Construction workers revolt against Dan Andrews tyranny in Melbournistan

Down with the dictator!

Members of the Australian construction workers’ union CFMEU confronted the leader of the organization on Monday outside his Melbourne office, outraged that he would not support workers in their struggle against mandatory “vaccination”. When he was forced to retreat inside the offices, angry workers broke windows and trashed the outside of the building. This morning (Tuesday in Australia) they returned to the scene and confronted him again. In response, Victorian Premier Daniel “Dictator Dan” Andrews shut down all construction projects in the state.

Construction workers are seen at a protest at Construction, Forestry, Maritime, Mining and Energy Union (CFMEU) headquarters in Melbourne, Tuesday, September 21, 2021. (AAP Image/James Ross) NO ARCHIVING
Melbourne protesters block all traffic on the West Gate Freeway as march continues
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Melbourne protesters block all traffic on the West Gate Freeway as march continues

Melbourne protesters are continuing to march across the city and have blocked traffic in both directions on the West Gate Freeway.

The protest started at 10am near the CFMEU headquarters in the CBD and continued for hours.

Just after 2pm, the group of thousands marched onto the freeway and blocked traffic in both directions.

Riot police are seen outside the Victoria’s Parliament House during a protest by Construction, Forestry, Maritime, Mining and Energy Union (CFMEU) members in Melbourne, Tuesday, September 21, 2021. (AAP Image/James Ross) NO ARCHIVING
Construction has been shut down across Victoria for two weeks at an estimated loss of $450 million following anti-vaccine mandate protests.
Construction shut down across Victoria
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Construction shut down across Victoria

 
Construction has been shut down across Victoria for two weeks at an estimated loss of $450 million following anti-vaccine mandate protests. The government warned of a potential shutdown as building sites were contributing to 13 per cent of active COVID-19 cases. 

‘I have never witnessed such incompetence and abuse of the truth in my lifetime’:

Sky News host Alan Jones says the willingness of politicians to become followers, not leaders, from day one has damaged this country badly – and “we are now paying the price”. “People are suspicious of vaccinations because they don’t believe, up until now, that they have been told the truth,” Mr JoSky News Australia

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