Does Melbourne Represent Our Future?
AUSTRALIANS have always enjoyed, a laid-back easygoing lifestyle. Ozzies themselves were independent-minded and freedom-loving. Which makes Melbourne’s draconian reaction to the Covid plandemic the stuff of nightmares, medical martial law. Right now there’s an 8.00 pm curfew, citizens can’t leave their house without a ‘valid reason’, the army and police swarm all over the empty streets. If you’re not wearing a mask or won’t ‘show your papers’ police proudly announce that they now smash car windows and drag passengers out onto the pavement.
Even being at home won’t protect you as police can now enter without a search warrant. Other chilling 1984/North Korean parallels abound with gigantic signs proclaiming “STAYING APART KEEPS US TOGETHER”. In textbook 1984 style dictatorship the media are in lockstep unison. And doesn’t the uniform of the policeman in that video look like something Big Brother would wear? Surely that’s not normal police garb?
What unprecedented catastrophe necessitated this? What caused it was a minor one-day rise in the number of Covid deaths, all of people in their late seventies or eighties. That’s right. Now remember that to date 250 people (most of them elderly, many with co-morbidities) in a population of 25 million have died. This gross overreaction makes no medical sense whatsoever. Just quarantine the vulnerable and let life go on as normal. But hopefully most of us on here are well aware that the plandemic is but a means to an end. Oh, did I mention that Australia recently used the pretext of a mass shooting to confiscate the nation’s guns?
And while the police and army can mass mobilise to enforce curfew on law abiding citizens they’re nowhere to be seen when it comes to the African gangs terrorising the city. Even Al Jazeera admits: “For more than two years, there have been reports that Melbourne is in the grip of a crime wave, with the finger of blame pointed directly at African street gangs. “We need to call it for what it is. Of course, this is African gang violence … people are scared to go out to restaurants of a night-time because they’re followed home by these gangs,” said Peter Dutton, Federal Home Affairs Minister. Images of brawling Sudanese teens and hooded armed robbers have spread terror and stoked a growing anger towards those “of African appearance”. “They do all these criminal acts and you see on the news that they get away with it. Why do they get away with it?” says one resident.”
No, my friends, the world as we knew it is going to turn into a dystopia. Are there enough good people to stop it?
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Source: Irish Savant