Re: Pushing your cause in the GTCOTS
  Andrew Cook

Democracy at work Mal. If it was in the mafia run country of you know where, those protesting would more than likely be placed in a prison instantly. Shame the trams got delayed but.
From:tramsdownunder@... tramsdownunder@...> on behalf of Mal Rowe mal.rowe@...>
Sent: Sunday, 5 November 2023 5:40 PM
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Subject: [TramsDownUnder] Pushing your cause in the GTCOTS

Yesterday was a beautiful Spring day in the GTCOTS - for shopping or
promoting your cause.

As soon as I got off my tram outside the former Post Office in Elizabeth
St I was approached by a man from a group holding a small megaphone and
even smaller leaflets. He asked if I knew that God loved me. He seemed
pleased with my reply in the affirmative.

Around the corner in the Bourke St mall a small group of mostly straight
white men with a big PA system on a trolley advised me of the dangers
of the modern world including vaccines, world government and the
communists in the Labor party. I grabbed a snap as they marched East
towards Russell St.

I caught an 86 up Bourke St and passed another small group expressing
their dismay about the war between Jews and Arabs ... again ... outside
the Victorian parliament.

Mal Rowe in a city of lively debate

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