The new documentary ‘Battleground Melbourne’ shows how Premier Daniel Andrews orchestrated an attack on the basic rights of the citizens of Melbourne, citing ‘health advice.’

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MELBOURNE, Australia (LifeSiteNews) — Melbourne routinely wins awards for being the world’s most liveable city. The infrastructure is excellent, everything works as it should, the weather is mostly pleasant, crime is low, and the people are for the most part friendly.

But in the last two years all that has changed. Because of the COVID crisis, the city has been turned into something more like a war zone. The streets became empty, citizens were locked in their houses, freedom of movement was restricted, workplaces ceased to function, the economy slowed down sharply, and police started to commit acts of violence against ordinary people because they had the temerity to protest against the tyrannical measures. For the first time, people began to fear the authorities and, in many cases, each other.

This is the subject of the documentary Battleground Melbourne created by a prominent protestor and democracy advocate, Thoper Field. He shows how Premier Daniel Andrews orchestrated an attack on the basic rights of the citizens of Melbourne, citing “health advice.” Any criticisms were with the meaningless mantra that they were “following the science – so shut up and obey.”

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