Blockade Australia has carried out a second day of sustained disruption to a system that is leading us towards extinction.
Swarms of people have taken t othe streets of Sydney’s CBD to show their opposition to Australia’s relentless regime of destroying this beautiful continent. Australia deliberately blocks any meaningful climate action as it is hinged on extracting and exploiting this land and its peoples. Climate action cannot coexist with Australia‘s project. We must get in the way, we must blockade Australia.
Get involved, join the network of people across this content to build an organised legitimate response, before it’s too late. Get to Sydney this week, get organised and take action.
People have taken to the streets of Sydney during peak hours this morning, causing mass disruption to the city.
This is in direct response to Australia’s continued blocking of climate action and the escalating repression against nonviolent protestors on this continent. …
Meanwhile, Mali, 22 has locked on to a car blocking the Harbour Tunnel in North Sydney.
Australia is a system of exploitation set to destroy our climate. We are bringing the fight back to where it began.
“The Australian colony started here. It’s where violence landed on this continent and where the destruction of Country began. Since then, Sydney has developed into the political and economic capital of Australia. It makes perfect sense to start at the guts of this system and disrupt it’s most important points.”
Stand with us on the streets of Sydney as we continue to resist climate destruction.
I am a political prisoner. I am being held on prevaricated charges, because I refuse to let this system continue destroying this continent, the climate, and our right to a livable future. I am in a cage, because we are upholding the truth and backing the experts who are saying we need to make transformational change now in order to survive.
We need to stop destroying the world for profit, and that means dismantling and replacing the current legal, political and economic frameworks that encourage the exploitation of this earth and those living on it. We need systems that are set up to minimise environmental impacts, protect what remains, and repair the damage that Australia and its allies have done to our planet.
They have locked me up, and they have locked up my friends, but they cannot lock down the truth, unless the people with freedom let them. This system is going to destroy us all unless we find a way to force serious change. It cannot facilitate the transformational change we need. The experienced work everyday, in the parliaments, the courts and the uniforms, to protect and preserve this exploitation system.
We need to stand up, we need to fight back, this is your planet they are killing. Change has never come easily, and it won’t be given to us by those with the power. Now is the time, we have had enough excuses.