(Tea Party PAC) – There are a lot of people, both in the GOP establishment and on the left, who constantly attempted to paint up concerned conservatives as being paranoid and out of touch with reality when it comes to expressing fears and worries over how rapidly we are losing our freedoms during the COVID pandemic, which is being justified through measures we are told will protect us from the illness.
However, according to a new report from Infowars, folks who live in Australia, along with visitors are now speaking out about the extremely poor treatment they are receiving after being in coronavirus quarantine camps, which look and sound a lot like concentration camps from Nazi Germany.
We here in the United States would do well to heed the warnings and the news coming out of the island nation so that we can fight against allowing our government to gain the amount of power necessary to put us through what the Australians are going through right now.
“For example, an article published by The Guardian on Thursday accused staff at the Northern Territory’s two youth detention centers of leaving children locked in cells for over 23 hours a day,” the Infowars report said.
“The team also found the young inmates were being denied adequate access to education and medical services due to a lack of staff. Some young people were left in their cells for up to 23 hours and 45 minutes a day awaiting medical assessment for self-harm concerns,” the report continued.
An Australian woman gave another depiction of quarantine camp life, revealing that she was forcibly taken to the Northern Territory’s Howard Springs facility. She managed to film a pair of workers at the facility threatening to fine her a staggering $5,000 for talking to a person through the fence.
“You can’t leave your balcony to go to the fence to talk to somebody else,” a man in full medical PPE went on to say to the woman.
Meanwhile in Howard Springs…
— Avi Yemini 🇦🇺🇮🇱 (@OzraeliAvi) December 3, 2021
The woman filming, 26-year-old Hayley Hodgson, argued that everyone currently present at the camp has already tested negative for the coronavirus, which means they are not a threat when it comes to transmitting the illness.
Despite her protestations, the staff at the camp informed Hodgson that she would be fined $5,000 if she stepped off her front porch again.
“I’m not here to fight with you, I don’t want to fight with you,” the cowardly staffer blabbed.
Just to let you know how bad things are at this camp, five people this week have decided that the risk of $5,000 fines and elongated detentions at the facility were totally worth attempting to escape. Which is exactly what they did.
“Hayley ended up getting out of the camp after a 14-day detention despite testing negative for Covid three times during her stay,” the report said, adding, “Staff allegedly offered her Valium at one point to help calm her down.”
“Hodgson was tossed into a police van and hauled to the camp a few weeks ago after a friend of hers tested positive for Covid and investigators marked her as a close contact after tracking her scooter’s license plate number,” Infowars reported.
During an interview with Freddie Sayers of UnHerd the young woman recalled the moment she was taken into custody.
“So, the police officers blocked my driveway,” she started telling her story. “I walked out and I said, ‘what’s going on, are you guys testing me for COVID? What’s happening?’ They said, ‘no, you’re getting taken away. And you have no choice. You’re going to Howard Springs. You either come with us now, and we’ll put you in the back of the divvy van. Or you can have a choice to get a COVID cab.’”
“I just said, ‘I don’t consent to this. I don’t understand why I can’t just self-isolate at home, like a lot of other people are doing.’ And they just said, ‘we’ve just been told from higher up where to take you. And that’s all that there is,'” she continued.
Hayley Hodgson, 26, has just been released from a 14-day detention at the Howard Springs quarantine facility in Australia.
— UnHerd (@unherd) December 2, 2021
“You feel like you’re in prison. You feel like you’ve done something wrong, it’s inhumane what they’re doing. You are so small, they just overpower you. And you’re literally nothing. It’s like ‘you do what we say, or you’re in trouble, we’ll lock you up for longer’. Yeah, they were even threatening me that if I was to do this again, ‘we will extend your time in here,'” Hayley added.
Now, all of this insanity is happening in a state that currently has only 290 recorded cases of the illness and just now happened to record its first COVID death last Friday.
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