The following video is typical of the left and their agenda to silence any voice contrary to their own. Take note that the language used in the video unveils the character of some of those interviewed.
In Australia if you questioned the Nazi tactics of the state governments you were often treated with contempt and punished by the police. That’s why ‘Nick Patterson has vowed to take his ‘fight against police corruption’ all the way.
The former gym owner was jailed for 29 days after confronting photo of him appearing to punch a police officer made headlines across the nation.
While the mainstream media aired the perfectly-timed image to portray Patterson in a negative light, police bodycam footage later corroborated Patterson’s version of events.
He was released on harsh bail conditions and charged by police.
Victoria Police later even threatened me with jail if Rebel News didn’t remove the bodycam footage from our website.
Now with a 10-day trial set to begin on November 14, Patterson said he is more committed than ever to seeking justice.
“I’ve held a very strong position against the government’s mandates from the very beginning through the whole Covid scenario and I’ve been targeted for that reason,” he said.
“I really believe that I’ve been put in this position for a reason because I won’t back down and I’ll go all the way with this and I want to change the system.”
Patterson said that he is confident that, with the public behind him, he has an extremely strong case and wants his case to set a precedent.
“I can prove their systemic failure. I can prove that the police have been writing false statements to put people in jail, they did that to me, I can prove that they’ve used bail as a way to silence political dissenters,” he said.
“I can prove it, there’s no way that they can deny this.
‘Senior Constable Chris Burson resigned from Victoria Police in April to run for the Victorian senate in the upcoming federal election.
Referring to Covid enforcement, the long-serving police officer and military veteran told Rebel News that he’s “been disappointed how things have gone the last two years”.
“This is not what I signed up for. That’s why I’ve left Victoria Police. You’re getting more and more cops leaving. For example, in my Gazette that just went out, you had 28 cops leaving and only 13 in. So you’ve had a loss of 15, and that’s just in one fortnight, and that’s happening every fortnight.”
Even though the former cop served in both Special Operations and Critical Response divisions, Burston says he was never willing to police lockdown protests.
“I was quite vocal about the fact that I wouldn’t have gone to a protest, so whether that meant they didn’t roster me or not, I don’t know. But I know plenty of police who went sick on those days because they didn’t believe in it.”
Chris Burson says he decided to run for the Victorian Senate with the Australian Values Party because he felt the federal government were missing in action through Covid.
“Every time I go somewhere, it’s because of a law written by some politician. If someone writes a law, they need to understand that at the end of that is some bloke who has to potentially risk his life to defend this paper you’ve just written”.
The Former Senior Constable lashed out at Assistant Police Commissioner Luke Cornelius for his violent rhetoric toward lockdown protesters.
“You can’t have a bloke come out, make a public statement, basically trying to start a fight with people and expect the people on the ground to roll over. If you poke the public, and then they turn up, he’s not there. He can say whatever he wants.”
The now Victorian Senate Candidate says the Australian Values Party will approach all legislation through the scope of the seven values new citizens commit to when becoming an Australian.
‘A Liberal candidates’ Federal Election campaign posters and vehicle were vandalised overnight in what has been described as a “personal” and “nasty” attack.
Graphic and sexist language was scribbled across the advertising material belonging to Zoe McKenzie, who is contesting for the Victorian seat of Flinders.
One or more perpetrators used black spray paint and wrote offensive phrases such as “liar”, “grub”, “f**k you”, and “grubby c***” on corflutes in the electorate.
A swastika was also drawn across her forehead on at least one of the posters.
Ms McKenzie’s team shared a video of her trashed campaign vehicle to her official Facebook profile which showed sexist language written on all sides of the car.
Treasurer Josh Frydenberg said it was “utterly disgraceful and unacceptable”.
“The vandalism and language are shocking. We expect in our democracy to be able to debate the issues in fair and a balanced way,” he wrote in response to the clip.
A spokesman for Ms McKenzie said the signs have been targeted and defaced across the electorate since February.
“With our campaign car being defaced overnight with the most vile language, it is now clear that there is an orchestrated campaign which goes well beyond vandalism and now includes damage to property and threatening attacks,” they said in a statement.
“It is personal, nasty and does not reflect the Peninsula community we all know and love.
“Our party and independent opponents say they want to see more women in Parliament and when they get a strong female candidate, this happens.”
SkyNews.com.au was also provided with a photograph of another Victorian Liberal candidate whose poster was defaced.
Liberal contender for the seat of Dunkley and former Survivor Australia contestant, Sharn Coombes, had her eyes scribbled out and the swastika symbol drawn across her forehead.
Dr Dvir Abramovich, Chairman of the Anti-Defamation Commission, described the rise in the use of the symbol, once used by Nazis, as “troubling” and condemned the actions.
“This is a hate crime, pure and simply and the escalating virus of Neo-Nazi vandalism has that is spreading like wildfire has to stop,” he said in a statement.
“We deplore these ugly actions for what they are: a direct assault on our democracy and our share ideals.”
He added it was an “insult” to the memory of brave Australian soldiers who sacrificed their lives in World War II when it fought Nazis.