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Australian protestors have been met with mind-melting force, as the tyrannical police have utilized sonic devices to burn the crowds in Canberra. On Friday, civil rights campaigner Mark Aldridge joined the Stew Peters show, giving an inside look at the aftermath of this attack.

“In Australia, we have some representative of the federal police saying there were only 10 thousand people there, whereas you’re saying that representatives of the same police force that was on the ground there are saying that it’s 1.2 million,” Stew Peters told Mark Aldridge.

It’s almost like the law enforcement involved is trying to downplay the amount of civilians affected by this. As if that would make it better?

“There seemed to be burns, and there seemed to be headaches… a few people have gone into hospitals over there that I know of that were very sane people with all sorts of mental health issues as a result,” Mark told Stew.

He went on to say that a lot of the protestors had made quite a journey, traveling across the entire state only to be trapped there.

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“Some people came from the other side of Australia, which was about 51, 52 hours of driving… and they can’t go home,” Mark told Stew. “So, the protestors now, a lot of the protestors are kind of like political prisoners in Canberra at the moment.”

“The people are the majority, and the government is out of options, the only thing they have left is the naked language of force,” Stew replied.

Mark agreed with this statement, saying: “It feels like a war, it looks like a war, so therefore it is.”

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