by staff reporters
Nearly 4000 oppressed Far North Queensland residents marched on the Cairns CBD today protesting against Labor Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk and her vaccine mandates which have created medical apartheid within the state.
Being graced by clear skies and Cairns’ famous climate, protesters from Bamaga to Tully met near Muddys café on the Esplanade where organisers set up a podium for speakers.
Although invited to attend, no local Labor Party politicians dared show themselves with Member for Cairns Michael Healy claiming it would be “inappropriate” to attend.
It was pleasing, observers said, to see a contingent from the nearby, much-maligned Yarrabah Aboriginal community and others from communities throughout Cape York and the Torres Strait.
Aborigines are used to being besieged by apartheid in Queensland and because of their total objection to being forcibly jabbed, have been raked over the campfires by a patronising ABC and the Labor government.
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