Exclusive: Australian Attorney Tony Nikolic on Cov Mandates in Australia
By Joe Hoft
Australia attorney Tony Nikolic is representing individuals in Australia against the state’s COVID tyranny. We discussed the situation in Australia and the similarities with the US captured in the audio.
Attorney Tony Nikolic is the Managing Director at Ashley, Francina, Leonard & Associates in the Greater Sydney, Australia area. He has recently been heavily involved in cases in Australia related to COVID and vaccination policies.
For example, Nikolic is representing Kristian Pulkownik who was arrested following Sydney’s lockdown protests. The media claimed that Pulkownik hit a horse when protesting against harsh freedom-limiting COVID policies.
The picture captures Mr Pulkownik in a yellow singlet emblazoned with the words “free speech” making contact with the horse “Tobruk”.
During a successful bail hearing last month, Mr Pulkownik’s lawyers claimed he did not instigate any act of violence against the horse and that he was fending it off as it moved towards him amid the scuffle between police and protesters.
He was held at Parklea Correctional Centre for two-and-a-half weeks after his bail application was held up because he refused a Covid test in jail and was put in isolation for a fortnight.
But Nikolic is more famous for his phrase #HoldTheLine that he made famous and for his letter to Australian New South Wales Minister for Health and Medical Research, Minister Brad Hazzard. Nikolic’s letter is provided below.
Nikolic told us that COVID mandates in beautiful Sydney have closed down numerous businesses, sounding similar to large cities across the US. Nikolic also shared that Aussies are fed up and standing up. The idea of mandated vaccines by executive order has never happened before in the country’s history.
Nikolic took much of his work from individuals across the US. He calls the vaccines the ‘World’s Biggest Clinical Trial’. He also claims you cannot be experimenting on people with vaccines that have not been fully vetted, which is what is going on now and goes against the Nuremberg Code.
In our discussion with Nikolic he shared this message to the US:
Hold the line. In the spirit of our two countries in working and forging our relationships. Like I said, Australia looks to the US as like a big brother big sister type. This is how we look at you guys. And you know we’re always with you guys and always have been. And as far as I’m concerned we always should be. And we have the utmost deepest respect.
I say this, “Hold the line, ok.” Because our people have political rights that should never be infringed and we should never, ever allow this to happen again. We need to stand up. This is a call to action. We all need to unite. We need to hold that line.