Melbourne protestors that brought nooses to last week’s protest have apologised for bringing nooses to the protest, and have made amends by bringing a more realistic one to the kill the bill protest outside Victorian parliament.
The gallows brought to the protest on Saturday was widely panned for being more ‘symbolic than functional’ and that it would be ‘impossible to actually hang anyone from.’ However, a separate one brought to the protest last night received critical acclaim for it’s functionality and realism.
“This is a much better effort. This would easily hold a politician or a corporate journalist if Nuremburg 2.0 was completed today,’ a spokesman for the Eureka Stockade 2021 Association said.
“We’d like to thank all of those laid-off tradies and carpenters that were forced to get a jab to feed themselves and chose not to. Their skills have really come in handy here.”
Plans for a gallows to be erected permanently on Spring Street are being drawn up.