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It’s been a rough start for freedom in Perrottet’s NSW

16 December 2021

11:00 AM

16 December 2021

11:00 AM

One of the first acts of the New South Wales Police Force on ‘Freedom Day’ was to cancel the ‘Freedom Ball’.

In a scene reminiscent of a dystopian political drama, half a dozen officers and a superintendent showed up at Le Montage. They insisted that the anti-government ‘protest’ being conducted in black tie and sequins had to be shut down in the name of ‘safety’.

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