Few people surely now can be unaware of the police state into which Australia has descended as it imposes its ever more extreme and absolute lockdown policies.
Political opposition – other than the street protests, violently put down, as reported on Twitter – has appeared to be absent. Not so. Below is a transcript of a video address to the Australian nation by Riccardo Bosi, leader of the Australia One party.
In emotional power, it is the equal of Colonel Tim Collins’s stirring eve-of-battle oration in Iraq in 2003. It is an electrifying call for resistance, which you can also watch here on BitChute.
IN the coming days, weeks and months, disturbing rumours concerning the governance of our country will begin to circulate.
These rumours will appear to be so incredible, so unlikely, even so ludicrous, that the only sensible response would appear to be to dismiss them out of hand.
Some of these rumours will in time, indeed, prove to be false. Unfortunately, some will be true, and be prima facie evidence of despicable crimes of treason and sedition, and some even morally worse, by those at the highest levels of power in Australia.
During this time it is imperative you monitor closely the responses of those who comprise the polity, the judiciary, the bureaucracy, the military, the constabulary, the corporations, the media, academia and religious organisations.
The case can already be made that many of these people are already attainted of treason. But if any remain silent in the face of an obvious attack on Australian sovereignty, they will have signed their own death warrants.
Remember them, from the Governor-General and state governors, through parliament, through all the courts including the High Court, through the public service, the defence force, the police forces, the boardrooms, the unions, the charities, the mainstream media, schools and universities and finally even the churches, synagogues, mosques, temples and lodges.
Remember their names and who they are. Remember what they said and what they did not say. Remember what they did and what they did not do.
Why and how has it come to this? Simply put, for decades now, we have been deceived by those whom we trusted. Slowly the truth has been revealed by the tireless efforts of a few and this has been a most difficult task.
Some of you will have heard it said: ‘Sometimes you can’t tell people, you just have to show them’. And to put that in the Australian vernacular, some people just need to piss on the electric fence for themselves. Thankfully, enough of us are now awake to the lies and our numbers continue to grow faster every day.
So what should we do? Firstly, be calm. Know that we can, and will, win this war. Secondly, be united; no matter how many they send against us, they cannot defeat 25million Australians who stand together as one. And simply say, in a clear, strong and unconquerable voice, ‘No consent, no consent, no consent.’
Thirdly, be brave. Some of us might be hurt, some of us might die. But if we truly seek liberty, we must win it for ourselves. Nothing worth winning is won cheaply.
Fourthly, be good. We, the people, must win this war with non-violent non-co-operation. Because the manner of our victory is of foundational importance to the future of Australia as a nation state. We must win this war with such moral authority that we are able to win the peace that follows.
Finally, when all is done, the guilty will be punished. We will deal with the traitors in a lawful manner which, after the reprehensible, co-ordinated malfeasance and violence they have visited upon us, will be more than they deserve.
We will do this because we, the common people of Australia, are, and have always been, so much more than the elite. We are better than they are. We have not and we will not sacrifice our decency and our humanity to win the war as they have done.
Ladies and gentlemen, we are about to enter a period of history without precedent, a war for the world. And we, you and I, are on the front line.
Be calm, be united, be brave and be good. And finally remember that we fight, as G K Chesterton wrote, not because we hate what is in front of us, but because we love what is behind us. Thank you.