TLB Project Intro:
Most of us who are avid news hounds, or make it a point to be aware of national and global happenings that may effect our lives, and the lives of our children, are aware of the tyranny being perpetrated on the Australian people in the name of COVID.
What you will find below is some information collected and passed on to us by a longtime contributing author to TLB Project … Robert J. Burrowes. Robert lives in Australia and is our window to the land down under.
If you are looking to add yet another perspective to your growing awareness of global tyranny, and those who would push back … please continue reading …
Conscientious Resignation of Police Officer in Australia
Following the conscientious resignation of Acting Senior Sergeant Krystle Mitchell of the Victoria Police in Australia, the international network Police for Freedom has just issued the statement below in support.
Krystle had served Victorians, with distinction, for 16 years as a police officer and has recently resigned over a matter of conscience in relation to policing of the Covid-19 restrictions.
‘EXCLUSIVE: Ethical Policing in Victoria, Australia’
Police for Freedom statement:
Once again we recognize Robert J. Burrowes for his contributions to TLB Project. If you are interested in finding out more about Robert, please consider the following information:
Biodata: Robert J. Burrowes has a lifetime commitment to understanding and ending human violence. He has done extensive research since 1966 in an effort to understand why human beings are violent and has been a nonviolent activist since 1981. He is the author of ‘Why Violence?’
Find out more about Robert & Projects at these websites:
- We Are Human, We Are Free
- Nonviolence Charter
- Flame Tree Project to Save Life on Earth
- ‘Why Violence?’
- Feelings First
- Nonviolent Campaign Strategy
- Nonviolent Defense/Liberation Strategy
- Anita: Songs of Nonviolence
- Robert’s website
- Global Nonviolence Network
Contact information: Robert J. Burrowes – P.O. Box 68 Daylesford Victoria 3460 – Australia – Email: [email protected]
Image Credit: Image of Krystle Mitchell – Bitchute video screenshot
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