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Anthony Burge freedom fighters Mission 2 Melbourne, vaccination and lockdowns

The anti-vaccine movement is falling apart because so-called "freedom fighters" are fighting with each other.

The movement that was started to stop the Covid-19 vaccination is in danger of falling apart because of a nasty fight between two groups of "freedom fighters."

Two parts of the "freedom fighters" movement got into a big fight, and the whole thing was caught on live stream.

During the five-day "Mission 2 Melbourne" protest, important people from the Melbourne and Canberra groups clashed with each other.

People think that the movement started as a reaction to the mandatory Covid-19 vaccinations and lockdowns that happened during the pandemic.

Now that over 95% of the country is fully vaccinated and most restrictions have been lifted, the group's main goal is to fight against "food security" and "silencing health professionals," among other things.

Anthony Burge freedom fighters Mission 2 Melbourne, vaccination and lockdowns
Brad from Canberra was caught on camera yelling at Anthony Burge, the leader of Melbourne.

But tensions came to a head during a live stream of the group's protest at Melbourne's Government House on Sunday night. The protest's schedule said that people should "protest in a social way," but this didn't happen.

Things seemed to go wrong, though, when the Canberra group's protest turned violent and caught the attention of the police.

After that, the leaders of the Melbourne group didn't like how the Canberra chapter was acting. They thought they were ruining the "respectful" relationship they had built with the police.

One member of the Canberra group, who only goes by the name "Brad," was "furious" when he heard that his group's approach was wrong, so he started calling other members from Melbourne "infiltrators" and "undercover police."

Brad was very angry when he heard that his group was protesting in the wrong way.
Brad was very angry when he heard that his group was protesting in the wrong way.

Several minutes of a heated argument between Brad and a protester in Melbourne named Anthony Burge were shown live on Facebook as it was happening.

Brad could be heard telling Mr. Burge, "You can't tell people how to protest," during part of the heated argument.

A person who worked with Mr. Burge filmed himself saying that the protesters in Canberra had ignored the elders' calls for peace and made them "angry."

In another clip, Brad called Mr. Burge a "coward," and Mr. Burge told him, "Don't start on me."

"I'm dead because of this country. Don't you dare question my intentions," Mr Burge said.

The idea behind combining the two groups was to give the "freedom" movement a new boost by gathering more "fighters" in one city.

Mr. Burge said that the Canberra group was making things worse between them and the police.
Mr. Burge said that the Canberra group was making things worse between them and the police.

After the fight between groups in Melbourne and Canberra, Mr. Burge seemed to make it clear that he would stop being so involved in the movement.

"There has been a lot of bloodshed in our freedom movement over the past few weeks. I used to be a main character, but I lost the heart to keep trying to teach people how they were being lied to," he wrote on Facebook.

He told his followers, "It's getting closer and closer to the time when it all falls apart." He also said, "We can now stop wandering around our cities without a plan or a goal."

By stopping the protests, he hoped that "real soul searching" could start and that "we could stop idolizing and start taking responsibility for ourselves."

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