#UK Australian flag on fire as 'anti-monarchy' protests begin Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne, Canberra #UKnews

#UK Australian flag on fire as ‘anti-monarchy’ protests begin Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne, Canberra #UKnews

#UK Australian flag on fire as ‘anti-monarchy’ protests begin Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne, Canberra #UKnews

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Radical protesters BURN the Australian flag as hundreds march in rallies demanding the top of the monarchy simply days after the Queen’s loss of life

Protesters have set fire to the Australian flag amid calls to ‘abolish the monarchy’ solely hours after the nationwide memorial service to mourn the Queen. 

Thousands rallied in opposition to colonialism and to attract consideration to First Nation folks’s struggling in rallies held in Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne and Canberra.

Protesters at Melbourne’s Birrarung Marr minimize up the flag and chanted ‘abolish the monarchy’.

Federal Greens Senator Lidia Thorpe led a crowd on the Queen’s National Day of Mourning.

‘The Crown’s boot is on our neck and we’re sick of it,’ Ms Thorpe advised the rally.

The group is anticipated to march to state parliament.

Protest leaders set an Australian flag on fire in an intense display during Brisbane's 'Abolish the Monarchy' protests

Protest leaders set an Australian flag on fire in an intense show throughout Brisbane’s ‘Abolish the Monarchy’ protests

Activists set fire to newspapers and Australian flags at Brisbane's 'Abolish the Monarchy' protest

Activists set fire to newspapers and Australian flags at Brisbane’s ‘Abolish the Monarchy’ protest

Wayne Wharton (pictured centre) held up an Australian flag for burning at Brisbane's anti-monarchy protest

Wayne Wharton (pictured centre) held up an Australian flag for burning at Brisbane’s anti-monarchy protest 

 

A banner on the Brisbane protest learn ‘No Kings, No Cops, No Capitalists’, as it was carried by the economic-reformist group the Socialist Alternative.

Other protesters wore shirts calling for Australia Day to be abolished. 

Indigenous elder Uncle Wayne Wharton wore one such shirt as he stood by an Australian flag while different indigenous protesters set it alight in Brisbane’s CBD. 

Activist teams have been planning the protests because the loss of life of the Queen only a week in the past. 

Activist carried signs and called for a range of reforms during the first of nationwide national day of mourning protests (pictured)

Activist carried indicators and referred to as for a spread of reforms throughout the first of nationwide nationwide day of mourning protests (pictured) 

Protestors swarmed the central streets of Brisbane with banners, flags, signs and T-shirts all calling for an end to the monarchy (pictured)

Protestors swarmed the central streets of Brisbane with banners, flags, indicators and T-shirts all calling for an finish to the monarchy (pictured)

In Adelaide, a person was faraway from Government House after he was heard chanting anti-monarchy slogans.

Police requested the 31-year-old, from Mile End, to depart the realm however he refused.

He was escorted from the premises and issued with a trespass discover to not re-enter the realm for twenty-four hours.

Activist teams Warriors of the Aboriginal Resistance (WAR) and Fighting In Solidarity Towards Treaties are amongst these organising the demonstrations.

‘This is a stance in opposition to the continued crimes dedicated in opposition to marginalised First Nations, black, brown and Asian communities. We don’t assist benefactors or Stolenwealth (sic) and demand justice, reality and accountability for all. Justice for all,’ WAR wrote on Facebook.

‘This is an illustration in opposition to racist colonial imperialism.’

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