This is such a strange headline. 'Stormed Parliament' implies a very active and directed mass forced entrance into the working part of Parliament. This is the opposite of the case. As a participant, I can assure you we did not 'storm' anything. We do not have anything like the power to do that yet, especially not to the Parliament building. We walked in like any other tourist, bit by bit. When it came time, we sat down in the public foyer. It was a very sweet and well-done action, though only time will tell how much it actually means; but 'storming Parliament' it was not. While I can understand that 'storm Parliament' is a much more attention-grabbing headline than 'sidle into the public foyer of Parliament and sit down', it's a pity to misrepresent such a good action with such a distorting construction of it. It gives me the gripes when the mainstream media do this; it's sad to see a source that I use a lot for my international news doing the same as them. It casts doubt for me on how much I can trust Commondreams for my news, especially material produced by staff writers. As for storming the Australian Parliament, maybe tomorrow.