Melbourne emerged from an unprecedented blackout across the city to find the movement had been seriously damaged by counter-intelligence operations.
We take a look inside Day 5 and Day 6 of Melbourne’s attempted freedom protests – events that would confirm some of the worst suspicions of infiltration suggested earlier in the week.
September 23rd was a very strange day for Melbourne.
A number of red flags suggested there was an intentional blackout of the city, as familiar scenes of thousands marching through the city were nowhere to be seen.
Media organisations were banned from broadcasting live aerial footage, and spent the whole day contesting the decision with Victoria Police in the courtrooms.
Livestreams on-the-ground were reportedly being interrupted and deleted, while the local status of telecommunications was experiencing outages across the board.
Familiar independent media personalities were nowhere to be seen, before a range of conspiracy theories began running wild when some finally checked in to report ‘no activity’ for the day.
This corroborated mainstream media reports of a ‘non-event’ on September 23, despite Victoria Police stating in their afternoon report that 92 individuals were arrested during the day.
What really happened during this blackout? Why was there a blackout of everything happening in Melbourne on this day? Why do none of the stories align with one another?
Did police used their new found powers to infiltrate and/or takeover the movement/personalities during this time? Many questions were left unanswered as the afternoon concluded.
Everyone awaited the following day, now with media restrictions lifted, to see what had occurred.
More Details Revealed
Some personalities of the Melbourne movement began to emerge online after the livestream ban was reversed, and technical issues in the area were resolved with Telstra and others.
As can be seen explained in the following clip, it does seems that suspicions activity did in fact occur under the dystopian cover of darkness on September 22 in Melbourne:
Joel was one of two main livestreamers broadcasting at the Siege at the Shrine on September 22— the day before Melbourne’s blackout occurred. On this day, counter-terrorism was unleased.
It was suspected that this new escalation in police tactics would be used on an intelligence front.
In the video above, Joel confirms that telecommunications were down during the day, and that protesters were in fact in the city — a stark contrast to some narratives being presented.
He describes how the movement has been infiltrated, and this was confirmed by other personalities.
Joel says protesters spent the day of the blackout avoiding the police through the city, attempting to hide their locations and meet up to discuss plans in person. A cat and mouse game was happening.
Joel claims at the end of the video that the group will be back tomorrow. However, it seems it was perhaps too late for the movement at this point, as more issues begin to arise the following day.
The events over the next few days would all but confirm the worst suspicions of everyone.
EMERGING FROM DARKNESS
September 24: The Morning
When emerging from the Melbourne blackout on Thursday morning, things already appeared to look very different for campaigners on the ground.
From the beginning of the day, several different locations were suspiciously leaked on communication channels of the movement, to which leading figures said they were infiltrated.
At the same time, some individuals were receiving knocks on their door from the Thought Police. One video emerged showing a man being confronted by police for ‘welfare checks’ on his activities:
Counter-intelligence intel paying citizens a visit for daring to defy medical directives of the state.
This is the state of Victoria in 2021, ladies and gentlemen.
How many more were confronted during this time? Or during the blackout, for that matter?
As the morning kicked off (for those that made it out), many tuned in to regular livestream feeds from campaigners on the ground, who all were in different locations searching for each other.
Most walked around searching for each other to no avail due to the location confusion.
To this notion, even the mainstream media was aware of this division early in the morning, adding further weight to these claims that the establishment was watching heavily.
Whatever operations that were undertaken by authorities during the blackout were certainly working, as the group now finds itself divided, and trapped in the suburbs in the face of police.
One small group managed to band together in Northcote, before authorities moved in quickly.
TOTT News gives you the full series of events from this day and beyond.
DAY 5 – NORTHCOTE
After several locations were suspiciously leaked, police began to stalk small groups of freedom protesters trying to join together in Northcote, an outer suburb of Melbourne.
The police quickly surrounded Northcote Plaza with a massive unit of officers.
Riot police also arrive on the scene, forcing innocent bystanders back into the shopping plaza and preventing them from leaving the local area. Again, these were NOT protesters:
An alternative angle of the altercation filmed by another local citizen:
One older lady looks visibly distressed as authoritarian police demands she return inside:
Police not only surround the plaza, but begin to storm through in search of protesters:
Some arrests were made early — both on protesters and bystanders who didn’t follow directions:
Chased through the park..
The only livestream in the ground, broadcasted by Joel, showed the protest group subsequently retreat to the park and outer suburb streets — being stalked by a wall of police through Northcote.
Many bystanders who lived inside of this local LGA looked on in shock, with many families and children in the park as police storm through to protect their health.
Arrests made, livestream deleted
Police swarmed the park, advancing closer and making arrests in the process.
As the group runs into the distance, Joel successfully passes back past the police as an independent media personality on the ground documenting the event.
Joel was set to return home, however, this freedom was short lived.
Upon moving further up the road, minutes after just being cleared by police in the park, heavily militarised riot squad members confront Joel, demanding papers and screaming at traffic.
Joel was arrested shortly after this and the full livestream was taken down.
The clips provided are some that remain captured from those who managed to save copies.
Day 5 of freedom protests was squashed by the police state.
These scenes painted a very concerning picture about Melbourne’s freedom efforts.
Gone were previous days of turning up to the city in great numbers and marching. Now, we see a group intentionally divided and stalked in the suburbs — before they even made it to the city.
Counter-terrorism knew they could match protesters physically, so they used their intelligence capabilities to disrupt and ensure no further action could be taken.
No violence, no incitement towards the police — just a group trying to leave their local area.
They couldn’t even get off the ground. Not to mention that hundreds had already been arresting during the week so far, being fired at by police with non-lethal projectiles on multiple occasions.
Concerns of a blackout conspiracy had become the dominant talking point at this point.
Thousands could of emerged on the 24th after the blackout had ended, ending all suspicions about a major operation that had smashed the movement. However, this didn’t happen.
The movement had been smashed.
If this type of policing did happen during the blackout as well, who knows what went on.
Once again, many questions began to arise, specifically concerning independent media.
QUESTIONS REMAIN: MEDIA
One major talking points of blackout events on the 23rd centered around questions relating to independent media coverage and claims on the day.
The Real Rukshan, in particular, was accused of being an operative of the state by some, and a victim of police that had taken over his account and silenced by others.
Rukshan did emerge once again early in the morning during the day of the Northcote Standoff, squashing rumours that he had been imprisoned or taken away by authorities.
However, Rukshan was in the wrong location for most of the day.
He was in the CBD from early in the morning, filming police stopping residents and asking for their identification/purpose for being in the city. All while protesters could not even make it to the city:
Avi also emerged for the first time since the Shrine event, but was also in the CBD. A recent reporthighlights how the media was blocking journalists trying to film arrests.
However, again, this was not where the action was taking place.
To his credit, Rukshan did eventually show up at the Plaza. However, by the time he did, he had missed most of the action — filming police arresting citizens at the end of the day.
As can be seen, most of the mainstream media was also here for this little display, with arrests not even clear if they were in fact protesters or just those who had refused orders.
This lead many of Rukshan’s 200,000 followers to conclude that nothing was occurring.
However, as the recap of Northcote provided by TOTT News shows, there was certainly events happening on that day. There was certainly a group of protesters. Yet, how many know this?
Once again, theories begin to emerge online in relation to Rukshan’s shift of tone from on-the-ground marching with groups, to sitting in the CBD and alignment with MSM’s late arrival.
If Rukshan is in fact still out and about, why wasn’t he on the ground?
Many suspected during the blackout the videos filmed weren’t even him.
However, now that this has been proven to not be the case, why were things so different?
Perhaps Rukshan, if not a part of this system, is aware of something that everyone else isn’t.
Was a gag order put on him? Why was he not on the frontlines in the park? Why the CBD?
The police force admitted they have been watching Rukshan’s feed as intel over the last few days:
Once again, Rukshan’s coverage doesn’t paint the full picture of events on the day, now leading the public to believe there has been two consecutive days of non-action.
Operative or not, this certainly hurt the momentum of the freedom movement.
THIS is when the ‘media’ is needed more than ever.
The mainstream narrative shows ‘violent thugs’ descending and instigating violence.
But what happens when small groups are just trying to get around their own area?
This is what the world needs to see, just as much as chaos in the city, to understand the agenda.
Police efforts are offensive, not defensive.
They were always designed to squash any opposition to restrictions, not as a reaction to protests.
As a result, a large portion of the world who are solely getting their information about Melbourne through these channels, remain in a blackout to what is actually occurring on the ground.
This is reinforced due to the fact that these media outlets were once again nowhere to be seen on the next day after Northcote, as police advanced once again on protesters trying to use their voice.
DAY 6 – ST. KILDA BEACH
NWO occupation is confirmed
Protesters, determined to get their message across, once again attempted to return for action the following day, as part of MMAMVA demonstrations across the country.
This time, with no independent media on the ground, they were left to fend for themselves.
Thankfully, with no media blackout, people who were present managed to get some footage and photos out to the public — demonstrating once again the NWO stranglehold on Melbourne.
The location was to be dropped at the very last minute. However, this seemed ineffective.
To begin the day, police has once again infiltrated chat groups and formed a heavy presence in the new location: Luna Park Melbourne, in the suburb of St. Kilda:
Protesters were stunned at the speed police took to arrive in the local area:
Their location had been exposed earlier, with police moving in to swoop shortly after arriving.
The chase begins..
Freedom protesters were forced to abandon their plans for Luna Park, now aimlessly walking through the St. Kilda area to avoid police that were descending:
The group was cornered to the beach of St. Kilda, where police began to surround protesters.
Cornered and arrested..
Massive numbers of officers began to move in on St. Kilda beach, leaving almost nowhere for the small group of campaigners to go. The entire beach was now occupied by police forces.
The police began moving in and arresting those that they could:
One pregnant lady was separated from her partner and both were arrested:
One local resident, who said he was a surgeon, looked on in disgust and was told to move on by police. As he did so, he told them: “We’re not in East Berlin, we are in Germany”.
Once again, these scenes paint a chilling picture of what the freedom movement has been reduced too in Melbourne, as well as the true intentions and nature of this police force.
This small group of protesters, not instigating any violence, were confronted the moment they released any plans to meet, before being stalked and arrested by a large force at St. Kilda.
No independent media was on the ground to capture these events, leaving the freedom movement to face the full force of the authoritarian system with no insight or support.
All for daring to question guidelines, not wear a mask and/or attempt to protest for freedom.
These events not only confirm the worst suspicions of those watching demonstrations, but also confirm the long-suspected international takeover of Melbourne.
Like Sydney, Melbourne has become a totalitarian police state — now no longer hiding.
Melbourne has become the blueprint of a Brave New World of authoritarian control.
The fact that counter-terrorism is infiltrating protest movements, potentially compromising independent journalists, and chasing citizens through the suburbs, should concern everyone.
The focus of the world still remains on the chaotic scenes witnessed earlier in the week, but I would argue the events that occurred after are just as important — if not more.
These groups weren’t bringing the city to a standstill, or throwing objects at police, or breaking through lines of officers — they were simply trying to meet up with one another.
Freedom is officially no longer allowed in the state of Victoria, unless it is false illusions of freedom permitted under the ‘new normal’ way of life. This has now been confirmed.
The blackout served its purpose: To squash momentum, to squash discussion, and to infiltrate, divide, hunt and censor those who are on the ground. Welcome to the NWO, Melbourne.
Joel has confirmed that his current communications will be shut down due to this operation, with the group to take a break and work out how they will exercise their fundamental rights.
What a time to be alive, ladies and gentlemen.
I would like to see so-called independent media outlets address these concerns, which they haven’t so far — continuing to re-cycle older news from larger protests, while ignoring these events.
Fair enough if you couldn’t physically be there, but an analysis/update for audiences is necessary.
Meanwhile, while all of this is happening, mainstream media continue their assault on the narrative.
Now claiming one or two protesters have tested positive and were put in hospital following demonstrations, while John Setka — the main who sold out his union — has also gone into isolation after ‘contracting the virus’. He is fully vaccinated and was against the movement, remember.
The masses are filled with responses of anger to this news, blaming the movement for ‘spreading the virus’ (for the first time ever in 18 months) and claiming this will extend lockdown measures.
A psychological media operation to further discredit the campaign, while the real culprits keeping people locked down are out stalking small groups of people who just want their freedoms back.
Even a group of peaceful, silent nurses, were moved on by Victoria Police on Monday.
Sydney was the first to fall. Under heavily military occupation, protesters have been unable to reach the city and link up for months now. Today, the same can now be said for Melbourne.
Other movements should take note of the events of Melbourne when facing their own issues.
It was once said the problem with Australia isn’t that fact so many are descended from convicts, but the fact that so many are descended from prison guards.
Australia, the test ground of techno-fascism, is becoming more foreign with each day.