The Victorian police may have broken up a climate protest with horses, batons and capsicum spray, but their heavy-handed approach is a recurring theme.
The public disruption of the Extinction Rebellion may have draw ire, but they’re merely doing what the times have dictated. It is nothing new.
Hong Kong’s demonstration of 100,000 people has turned bloody, as the police are now using tear gas, rubber bullets and batons to disperse the crowd.
Three townspeople from Wollar represent the testing ground for the NSW government’s new anti-protest laws. If found guilty of protesting a coal mine, they could face seven years behind bars.
With Anti-Reclaim Australia demonstrators speaking the language of violence, Polly Chester wonders if they’ve lost their moral compass.