Cade Mooney

Anti-bikie law protests go international

PROTESTS against the Queensland government's anti-association gang laws have gone international.

As part of 'Freedom Day' events, a 'British Bikers Protest' has been planned for Australia Day in London, where organisers have vowed to "protest for our rights to associate".

Starting at the Ecuadorian embassy, to highlight the plight of Wikileaks founder Julian Assange, the group plan on converging on Australia House to protest the Newman government's Vicious Lawless Association Disestablishment Act.

The group organising the protest has taken to Facebook to ask likeminded people to "please merge on the Australian Embassy in your country on the 26.1.14, on bike, foot truck or push bike in support of the victims of this horrendous law in a so called free country".

Details for protests around the nation on January 26 are also set out.


Read more at brisbanetimes.com.au 



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