Lidia Thorpe attempts to break into the stage as Kellie-Jay Keen aka Posie Parker speaking in Canberra

Lydia Thorpe was forced to the ground by police after she tried to obstruct British critic Kelly Jay Kane Mincholl’s speech at the Let Women Speak rally outside the Houses of Parliament.

The former Green party turned senator for the independent “Black Supremacy” movement has claimed she was crushed by police when she tried to storm the stage while Ken Minshul, aka Poussey Parker, spoke.

She criticized the decision to allow Keen-Minshull, whom she referred to as “filth”, into the country or to speak of Aboriginal lands.

Ken Minshul travels across Australia to tackle protest rallies in Sydney, Melbourne and Hobart – sparking fierce counter-demonstrations by pro-gay activists.

She stood alongside One Nation senators Pauline Hanson and Malcolm Roberts to address a rally outside Parliament House in Canberra on Thursday, which was attended by both trans critics and more than 100 pro-transgender protesters.

Lydia Thorpe (pictured) attempted to storm the stage during British critic Poussey Parker's speech at the Let the Women Speak rally outside Parliament House on Thursday

Lydia Thorpe (pictured) attempted to storm the stage during British critic Poussey Parker’s speech at the Let the Women Speak rally outside Parliament House on Thursday

The former Greens senator-turned-party has been intercepted by police

Police intercepted the former Green Party senator turned “Black Supremacist” and forced him to the ground

Senator Thorpe attempted to storm the stage where Kane Minshul was speaking before she was intercepted by police and forced to the ground by the officers.

Thorpe, who had been flying the Aboriginal flag during the chaos, quickly crawled away as the officers tried to raise her.

I proceeded to walk back toward a large group of pro-trans demonstrators.

As rain fell on Canberra, hundreds of anti-Bose protesters flooded the pro-Ken Minchull Women’s March, which was separated by more than two dozen police officers on the lawns of Parliament House.

The demonstrators provoked pro-trans demonstrators by holding up banners reading “Tomboys are not boys”, “Protesting the innocence of children”, and “Libraries are for books, not perversion”.

Slogans include “Fanatics in the trash,” “f*** off Posie f**k off,” and “You’ve got Nazis on your side.”

Some of those gathered told Daily Mail Australia it was the first time they had protested, mainly prompted by the ‘hateful’ rhetoric of Ken Mincholl On her national tour of Australia this month.

Rain fell in Canberra as Kelly Jay Kane Mincholl (pictured) spoke outside Parliament House at the rally

Rain fell in Canberra as Kelly Jay Kane Mincholl (pictured) spoke outside Parliament House at the rally

Ken Mincholl was joined by One Nation Senators Pauline Hanson and Malcolm Roberts at the rally.

Ken Mincholl was joined by One Nation Senators Pauline Hanson and Malcolm Roberts at the rally.

More than 100 anti-transgender demonstrators gathered at the rally, holding signs that read

More than 100 anti-transgender protesters gathered at the rally holding signs that read “Fanatics in Trash”, “f*** off Posie f**k off” and “You’ve got the Nazis on your side”

Undeterred by the gray skies and downpour, Simon, 23, said he “can’t stand knowing it’s in my town.”

“It’s a little symbolic, I think,” he said.

In the background, the crowd around him chanted “f***k off,” at one point needing to be pulled back by the police as they try to move on.

On the other side of the park, pro-women protesters jeered and danced, taunting the crowd as Ken Mincholl spoke about the “gender crisis” taking place in Australia.

She claimed, “It’s the next lobotomy scandal, except this time we’re doing it with the kids.”

Her voice was drowned out by the sounds of musical instruments and jeers, but those who gathered in her support applauded and cheered anyway as she vowed to never stop fighting for women’s rights.

“We say things that we sometimes fear to say in our real life without exaggerating what people around us say,” she said.

I must have a bloody police escort from the airport because I said women don’t have penises. It is a bloody revolution.

Pictured is One State Senator Pauline Hanson giving a speech at the Let Women Speak rally

Pictured is One State Senator Pauline Hanson giving a speech at the Let Women Speak rally

The demonstrators antagonized the pro-trans demonstrators by holding up banners that read:

The demonstrators antagonized the pro-trans demonstrators by holding banners reading “Protesting the innocence of children” and “Libraries are for books, not a distortion.”

After Ms Thorpe attempted to disrupt Ken Minshul’s speech, the former Green Party senator slammed the decision to allow the controversial speaker into the country.

“We do not tolerate this kind of filth in the country of Ngunawal and Ngambri, let alone the Nazi support these people have,” she said.

They’re racist, they’re homophobic, they’re ruining people’s lives. This country should be ashamed of letting people like this into this country.

“I went to tell her they weren’t welcome here, and I got squashed by the police as soon as this person was told they weren’t allowed here.”

I was assaulted by the police today because I am a sovereign woman from Gunnai, Gunditjmara, DjabWurrung and the police need to respond to the assault but this government also needs to answer why these people are allowed into the country.

More is coming.

Lydia Thorpe’s protest against the police at Mardi Gras in Sydney

Lydia Thorpe said she was “proud” of her protest at Mardi Gras after she lay down in the middle of the parade and clashed with police.

The former Greens senator drew boos from the crowd when she disrupted a parade along Sydney’s Oxford Street.

Daily Mail Australia saw Senator Thorpe suddenly crash the police department into the parade as she held her arms crossed above her head as she yelled “f**k the police”.

After chasing down the officers as they walked, she repeatedly shouted her catchphrase in their faces as the others confronted her.

She then jumped in front of the Australian Federal Police buoy and lay on the ground, bringing it to a halt.

Senator Thorpe spoke about her behavior the next morning, saying she was “proud” of what she had done.

“Black and brown trans women started the first pride march as a protest against police violence,” she wrote on Twitter.

Today, we still face police violence. Proud to have you join the #PrideInProtest float in Sydney to say #NoPrideInGenocide, #NoPrideInPrisons and #NoCopsInPride. ‘

Photos show the newly independent senator jumping into the parade route and standing in front of an officer with her arms crossed

Photos show the newly independent senator jumping into the parade route and standing in front of an officer with her arms crossed

Senator Thorpe was later photographed lying on her back in front of a float as she attempted to travel down Oxford Street while two police officers told her to proceed amidst

Senator Thorpe was later photographed lying on her back in front of a float while attempting to travel down Oxford Street while two police officers told her to move on amid “boos” from the crowd

Footage of her protest went viral on social media on Sunday morning as her bizarre behavior drew a lot of criticism.

She never respects LGBTQIA. Women are a disgrace! someone wrote.

Another added: ‘Is there anywhere Lydia Thorpe could go and act like a normal human being?

“Is it really so difficult to act in a decent manner??”

A third person wrote: “Desperate for attention and relevance, activist Lidia Thorpe puts a float in front of #MardiGras2023 preventing her from moving forward, gets into a fight with the police, and allegedly yells “F*** the police.”

“A complete disgrace to elected office!”

In a scene captured and shared by fellow revelers on social media, the senator can be seen lying on the ground while two officers are talking to her.

The crowd can be heard telling the police to “shake it off” and “get it up” before what appeared to be event organizers or bouncers intervening.

Senator Thorpe wore Aboriginal colors and erected a 'No Pride in Genocide' banner over the iconic parade Saturday night

Senator Thorpe wore Aboriginal colors and erected a ‘No Pride in Genocide’ banner over the iconic parade Saturday night

When she finally stood up, she could be seen pointing fingers at the two police officers.

One officer can be seen trying to put distance between them as the crowd gets louder and continues to boo the controversial politician.

At one point, she can be seen visibly striking a police officer’s hand.

No charges were filed and there were no arrests.

Thorpe marched with a No Pride in Genocide float, which campaigned for no police at Mardi Gras and was earlier photographed wearing First Nations colors and carrying an Aboriginal flag handbag.

Senator Thorpe walked with a float

Senator Thorpe marched with a float of “No Pride in Genocide,” which campaigned for no police at Mardi Gras

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