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Australians gathered in massive numbers across the country on Saturday in protest against COVID-19 vaccine mandates and other CCP virus pandemic restrictions in a wave of planned “freedom rallies.” At least tens of thousands of people in Melbourne arrived at Flagstaff Gardens in large numbers for a rally. One man declared, while filming the peaceful march, “We’ve taken over the whole CBD.” Prior to that, crowds gathered at parliament house before they proceeded through the city. Waving “kill the bill” placards and Australian flags, the demonstrators called to stop the Victoria state government’s controversial pandemic bill, which is currently being delayed in the upper house. The crowd also called to “sack Dan Andrews,” the state premier, and to end the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus vaccine mandates or passports. Melbourne has seen multiple protests in the past few weeks, with crowds gathering at the Victorian parliament in opposition to the pandemic bill. The …