Australia - Stickers from a group comparing themselves to a historic resistance movement have appeared at pedestrian crossings in Melbourne

Melbourne, VIC
- Stickers from a group comparing themselves to one of history’s most famous resistance movements have appeared at pedestrian crossings in Melbourne – stoking outrage from the Jewish community.

The stickers, one of which was posted at Gilbert Road, Reservoir, shows images of the Star of David, Adolf Hitler and a syringe.

“What’s the difference between vaccine papers and a yellow star?” it reads. “82 years. We are increasingly living under National Socialism. Stop medical apartheid.”

The group posting the stickers appear to compare themselves to the White Rose movement against the Nazis in the 1940s.


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