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Images: Fairies Against Fascism Vs National Front

Photo essay by Kevin List and Alastair Thompson


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At Parliament during the low key National Front rally around 12.30pm the fairies were to the left, fascists to the right.


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Fairies Against Fascism dance for the National Front outside Parliament singing "Nazi, Nazi man."


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After being chased around the railway station area for a couple of hours, a small group of National Front members is surrounded by a large crowd of anti-racisim protestors near their cars outside the Old Government Building a.k.a. Victoria University Law School


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National Front Leader Kyle Chapman is among those surrounded by anarchists and others outside the law school.


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Police clear the road…


…to enable the National Front members to drive away.


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