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‘Sack them all’ Sydney protestors rally against vaccine mandates and urge vote against major parties

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Protestors rallying against Covid vaccine mandates have urged voters to put the major parties last at the federal election on May 21 – but without endorsing the anti-government message of Clive Palmer’s United Australia Party.

A crowd of more than a thousand people waving red ensign and Eureka flags gathered in front of Customs House at Sydney‘s Circular Quay on Saturday to hear speeches denouncing both major parties.

‘This coming election is going to be a green light or a red light to those sorts of people,’ one speaker told the crowd.

‘The green light or the red light to the great reset and the great awokening.’

Speakers urged the crowd to ‘put the majors last’. 

Similar scenes were captured in Melbourne’s CBD as thousands banded together, echoing similar messages of that seen in Sydney.

One protester held up a banner reading: ‘Serve the people, no big pharma, no govt coercion, no police bullying’.

Thousands of protesters flooded the streets of Sydney on Saturday to protest against mainstream political parties

Thousands of protesters flooded the streets of Sydney on Saturday to protest against mainstream political parties

Thousands of protesters flooded the streets of Sydney on Saturday to protest against mainstream political parties

Similar scenes were captured in Melbourne on Saturday

Similar scenes were captured in Melbourne on Saturday

Similar scenes were captured in Melbourne on Saturday

Protesters are seen chanting outside the Victoria Police headquarters

Protesters are seen carrying a banner reading 'sack them all' in Melbourne

Protesters are seen carrying a banner reading 'sack them all' in Melbourne

Protesters are seen carrying a banner reading ‘sack them all’ in Melbourne

Protesters are seen at a Freedom Rally in Melbourne on Saturday, protesting against vaccine mandates

Protesters are seen at a Freedom Rally in Melbourne on Saturday, protesting against vaccine mandates

Protesters are seen at a Freedom Rally in Melbourne on Saturday, protesting against vaccine mandates 

Protestors chanted 'sack them all' as speakers urged them to put the major parties last at the May 21 election

Protestors chanted 'sack them all' as speakers urged them to put the major parties last at the May 21 election

Protestors chanted ‘sack them all’ as speakers urged them to put the major parties last at the May 21 election

Flyers for the rally appeared under the banners for organisations including the Australian Freedom Rally, RiseUp Sydney, Millions Marsh, The People's Revolution and Reclaim the Line

Flyers for the rally appeared under the banners for organisations including the Australian Freedom Rally, RiseUp Sydney, Millions Marsh, The People's Revolution and Reclaim the Line

Flyers for the rally appeared under the banners for organisations including the Australian Freedom Rally, RiseUp Sydney, Millions Marsh, The People’s Revolution and Reclaim the Line

A crowd of more than a thousand people waved red ensign and Eureka flags gathered in front of Customs House at Sydney's Circular Quay on Saturday to hear speeches denouncing both major parties

A crowd of more than a thousand people waved red ensign and Eureka flags gathered in front of Customs House at Sydney's Circular Quay on Saturday to hear speeches denouncing both major parties

A crowd of more than a thousand people waved red ensign and Eureka flags gathered in front of Customs House at Sydney’s Circular Quay on Saturday to hear speeches denouncing both major parties

Data strategist Elisa Choy of Maven Data recently told Daily Mail Australia she believes Mr Palmer’s UAP will have a big impact at this election based on her ‘big data’ analysis of social media comments. 

‘The UAP is a relevant brand and real contender to upset this election,’ Ms Choy said.

‘UAP key messages of freedom, ending lockdowns, anti-government, anti-control are resonating successfully.’

Mr Palmer has directed UAP preferences to the Coalition over Labor in 55 per cent of seats, he recently revealed.

Clive Palmer's messages of freedom, ending lockdowns and other government controls have resonated on social media but it's not clear he will win the votes of 'freedom' rally participants

Clive Palmer's messages of freedom, ending lockdowns and other government controls have resonated on social media but it's not clear he will win the votes of 'freedom' rally participants

Clive Palmer’s messages of freedom, ending lockdowns and other government controls have resonated on social media but it’s not clear he will win the votes of ‘freedom’ rally participants

But posters for Mr Palmer’s party were largely absent from the rally in Sydney on Saturday.  

Instead, flyers for the rally appeared under the banners for organisations including the Australian Freedom Rally, RiseUp Sydney, Millions Marsh, The People’s Revolution and Reclaim the Line.

Other rallies were planned for other Australian capital cities. 

‘Drain the swap! Drain the swamp! Drain the swamp’ protestors chanted as a Donald Trump impersonator addressed the crowd at one stage. 

Another speaker called for ‘royal commissions’ into Covid restrictions and vaccine mandates of the past two years. 

‘We need Royal Commissions into madness and tyranny to deal with some of things we’ve endured in the past year years.’

'Drain the swap! Drain the swamp! Drain the swamp' protestors chanted as a Donald Trump impersonator addressed the crowd at one stage

'Drain the swap! Drain the swamp! Drain the swamp' protestors chanted as a Donald Trump impersonator addressed the crowd at one stage

‘Drain the swap! Drain the swamp! Drain the swamp’ protestors chanted as a Donald Trump impersonator addressed the crowd at one stage

One rally speaker called for 'royal commissions' into Covid restrictions and vaccine mandates of the past two years

One rally speaker called for 'royal commissions' into Covid restrictions and vaccine mandates of the past two years

One rally speaker called for ‘royal commissions’ into Covid restrictions and vaccine mandates of the past two years

‘Aussie Cossack’ Simeon Biekov was another to address the crowd.

‘The morning after the election, the Liberal Party leaders will wake up with a big hangover… that goes for Labor as well,’ he told the rally. 

‘Put them last, put them seventh and eighth.. and the Greens.

‘We need to get rid of all of them.’

He also predicted Premier Daniel Andrews would be sacked in Victoria. 

NSW Health Minister Brad Hazzard and ALP frontbencher Kristina Keneally were also attacked during speeches. 

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