The UN has celebrated a decisive victory over Australia, by raising it’s flags over the Sydney Harbour Bridge and Parliament House in Melbourne.
The globalist organisation declared war on Australia in the early 1970’s and finally celebrated victory after a hard fought, 50-year plus subversion campaign.
“It’s a historic day. It started with the Lima Agreement in 70’s and it’s ended with COVID,” UN Secretary-General Ban Ki Moon
“The Strong Cities campaign in Melbourne was the factor in the end. The Police brutality managed to cower enough people into submission and now we can really begin dismantling what’s left of the country with Net Zero.”
Blue helmets are expected to arrive shortly to undertake a victory parade through Sydney.