In 1940, the Greek Prime Minister created the national legend of saying “Oxi” or “No” to tyrants like Mussolini. This story is now now celebrated in Greece with a holiday on October 28th every year.
Now in Melbourne, proud freedom fighting Greek democrats and many other people are standing up to say, “No” to Premier Daniel Michael Andrews.
These are not fake, synthetic career politicians telling lies to get votes.
These are people standing up for parental, human and democratic rights against a government which uses bullets, jail and police (even including one physical and sexual assault at the entrance to a cathedral) against those of us who stand up for our rights.
Who will stay the course and who will join us?
Geoff Fox, October 17, 2022, Melbourne, Down Under
Mel was working as a Registered Nurse in the police state of Victoria until dictatorial government tried to use vaccine mandates in an attempt to compel her to take a medication she did not trust or lose her job.
The tyrants didn’t scare her. In three decades as a midwife I met few women with as much glorious strength, courage and determination as Mel. (Praticing Midwifery involved constant contact with lots of wonderful strong women.)
Mel chose to stand up for what I believe should almost always be a sacred and inviolable principle in health care – the right to give informed consent and never be compelled to have any health treatment.
Freedom truth and courage always beat tyranny.
And Mel looks unbeatable to me.
Daniel Michael Andrews, there are some people in this state who want the laws to be changed retrospectively so that capital punishment can be reintroduced just for you. I wouldn’t go quite that far in my own desire to see you brought to justice. But I share their passion to see the end of your vicious, evil government.
Its time for you to be a real man for a change, ‘fess up and get out of the way of freedom and decency in Victoria.
God Bless Freedom And All The Freedom Fighters
Geoff Fox (former midwife turned dissident freedom fighter)
Australian veteran John Murphy (pictured standing guard today for freedom on the battlefield streets of Melbourne) has paid me the huge compliment of describing what I do as being one part of compiling “Australia’s Historical Record.”
John sees Victoria Police as key allies to get involved in the fight for freedom against government tyranny.
Against their own bosses.
As things stand that wont be easy. All of the issues involved are complex and difficult, but the basic questions underlying what we face are very, very simple.
To judge by their faces alone, both the guys above MIGHT be agreed that police fulfilment of their responsibility for bringing corrupt criminals in government to justice is what needs to happen.
Making it happen will need all the strength and power that good police officers and devout patriots can muster. Men and women like John Murphy and freedom singer Tim Renouf can bring real Aussie-bred-toughness to the job. (Tim is pictured below giving the people a tune for free speech in Melbourne’s troubled streets today):
May God help us find ourselves again and thereby set Australia free.
United Australia Party leader Craig Kelly in Melbourne speaking about the legal case of Cardinal George Pell.
Yesterday, at a barbecue in inner suburban Melbourne, I expressed my concern to Mr Craig Kelly, the national leader of the United Australia political party about the implications for Australia of the treatment of Cardinal George Pell.
Almost immediately, Mr Kelly took the time, when about a hundred other people were waiting to greet him, to give me this response.
I commend him for speaking up honestly for justice for all when so many other leaders are silent on this issue.