NSW Police Commissioner Mick Fuller has stated that NSW Police are prepared to do ‘whatever it takes’ to undermine lockdown protests this weekend.
With protests expected across EZFKA, Sydney will be a focal point due to the harsh lockdown measures implemented. Fuller has stated that an equally harsh response will be prepared.
“We had a decisive victory the other weekend when we shut the city down when there was no protest, so protestors need to watch out,” Fuller said.
“We’ve been working the FBI and their experience during the Capitol Hill incident on how best to get some glowies in there to start fights and undermine the protests, so we can arrest a whole bunch of bankrupt middle-class people.”
“This isn’t a Black Lives Matter protest – the only kneeling we will be doing is on the necks of small business owners who haven’t paid their mortgages in months.”
Fuller stated the NSW Police Mounted Unit were particularly prepared to incite horse punching, with riders under instruction to advance in co-ordination with corporate media photographers.