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Australian flag burned in Brisbane CBD on Queen’s Day of Mourning

The Australian flag was burned as part of a rally to “abolish the monarchy” in Brisbane.

Indigenous protesters set fire to Australian flags outside the British Consulate in Brisbane on the day of remembrance for Queen Elizabeth II.credit:Twitter/Lily Mackenzie

Protesters gathered in the CBD around noon in Queen Elizabeth Park before marching to Eagle Street.

Videos and photos posted online reportedly show some protesters, Aboriginal resistance fighters, burning Australian flags outside the British consulate.

The group said the rally was a demonstration “against racist colonial imperialism” and “continues to be perpetrated against marginalized Indigenous, Black, Brown, and Asian communities.” He said he was “against crime” and announced that September 22nd would be a public holiday of remembrance. Queen Elizabeth.

Australian flag burned in Brisbane CBD on Queen’s Day of Mourning

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