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4 minutes ago, Fluke said:

Ain't that the truth bloody hell. 

 

It's a truth that many will be too stubborn to accept because they either cheered on the censorship of anyone that criticizes these progressives over the years, or they sat back and said nothing. Now we're all targets.

 

Not saying I'm not in favour of some censorship, I don't think filth should be pushed to kids for example, but on the whole a free society should allow the discussion of different ideas regardless of how much it triggers people, as long as it's not incitement of course.

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On 7/31/2021 at 8:21 PM, Orange Alert said:

 

As in the first photo from the BBC article, the Australian Defence Force are wondering around the city of Sydney, a population of 5 million, and knocking on doors in normal, light combat fatigues and pound shop dust masks, to enforce the lockdown of The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse.  Why are they not wearing NBC/Nuclear Biological Chemical respirators, suits and heavy duty rubber gloves and overboots for the occasion, as in the second photo of an ADF training exercise?   Where are all the dead bodies of the police and military due to inadequate protection equipment and lack of decontamination procedures?

 

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Exactly. Well said. First time in human history that perfectly healthy, law abiding citizens have been under military quarantine.

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"The key stage of the plan is stage C. In stage C, the government commits to no more mass lockdowns, and vaccinated Australians can leave the country and return without quarantine. The government says we need 80% of Australians over 16 vaccinated before we get to stage C." https://theconversation.com/national-cabinets-plan-out-of-covid-aims-too-low-on-vaccinations-and-leaves-crucial-questions-unanswered-165447

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1 minute ago, Anders said:

 

 

Indeed. And it won't be the last

 

We ain't seen nothin yet. Read the following:

 

'Defence Legislation Amendment (Enhancement of Defence Force Response to Emergencies) Bill 2020'

https://www.aph.gov.au/Parliamentary_Business/Bills_Legislation/Bills_Search_Results/Result?bId=r6594

 

It has passed both houses of Parliament and gives full civil and criminal immunity to foreign military and police forces.

 

Full text here: https://parlinfo.aph.gov.au/parlInfo/download/legislation/bills/r6594_aspassed/toc_pdf/20117b01.pdf;fileType=application%2Fpdf

 

Read Schedule 2—Immunity – page #9.

 

So just wait until the foreign forces start 'supporting' the Australian army and police.

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34 minutes ago, Ziggy Sawdust said:

 

I wonder if anyone in Australia still thinks it's about a case of the sniffles with a 99.9% survival rate.

Surely some real pushback there soon.

 

Pushback? I doubt it. Surrounded by submissive, compliant, brainwashed sheep who actually beg for more slavery... hard to imagine any kind of real resistance forming. I think we're right fucked this time mate. It's a walkover.

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They're really getting desperate now:

 

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"Australia’s woeful performance in vaccination leaves the country exposed to grim months of economic devastation and rising hospitalisations." https://www.afr.com/policy/economy/vaccine-targets-offer-little-relief-20210801-p58eub

 

You think after like two years or so, we would actually have seen some dead bodies by now? 🤣

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11 minutes ago, DarianF said:

 

Pushback? I doubt it. Surrounded by submissive, compliant, brainwashed sheep who actually beg for more slavery... hard to imagine any kind of real resistance forming. I think we're right fucked this time mate. It's a walkover.


Surely it's different in rural Austrailia?
 

Was thinking people over seas who support the Austrailian people should start protesting at Austrailian emmbassies, boycott Austrailian goods etc.


We have it pretty bad here in Ireland still, but whats happening in Austrailia has gone beyond the beyonds.

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3 minutes ago, Roscommon said:


Surely it's different in rural Austrailia?
 

Was thinking people over seas who support the Austrailian people should start protesting at Austrailian emmbassies, boycott Austrailian goods etc.


We have it pretty bad here in Ireland still, but whats happening in Austrailia has gone beyond the beyonds.

 

Maybe better than the city, but still really bad.

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