Another Oz Goon-Cop Update!

Sorry if this is a bit of a rushed job, but if you read my post last night..Stop Press – New-Borns – All Advice Re Home-Birth Welcome!  ….you may understand I am preoccupied!



After yesterday’s attention to Australia…


…back we go again!

Seems some slimy leftists are saying that when a mob of red scum threaten an innocent man doing his job, the cops should arrest the innocent man.


Any cops who think like that need to be weeded out.

Aussie police are supplied with whatever equipment they need when they go into dangerous situations.

Quite rightly so.

Hence if they are in the vicinity of the sort of hoodlums…



….one expects to find on a BLM rabble march, they should have electric cattle prods, at least, or better still guns.

They should NOT have caved in and carried Avi off in a paddy-wagon.

Read his latest, and decide for yourselves.

Since releasing my arrest video last week, some have actually DEFENDED the police behaviour — questioning what else they could have done.

The overwhelming majority of people (including several cops!) who watched my arrest video have condemned the shameful police tactics executed on Australia Day.

However, some argue that police had no choice as it was just a matter of time before some protesters would turn violent against me. They argue it’s easier to arrest the only lawful person than controlling a crowd of illegal and potentially violent protesters.

Good policing is not always the easier policing.

During the height of the lockdown protests in Melbourne, police often protected mainstream journalists from angry protesters.


Victoria Police only protect media THEY approve


Suing the police force is not enough. They demonstrated that on Australia Day, when they arrested and dumped me in Caulfield — EVEN though we’re currently in the Supreme Court regarding their previous unlawful arrests.

That’s why the lawyers are now working on a more effective legal strategy that’ll essentially force police to protect every journalist, including Rebel News.

But it’s costly litigation, and I need your help at to make sure we can take it as far as necessary.

Daniel Andrews’ government spent $7.7 million on lawyers to defend his hotel quarantine debacle. So, you can bet they’re going to throw everything at us as well.

Click here to give what you can.

Thank you, again and again!

Yours truly,

Avi Yemini
Chief Australia Correspondent
Rebel News