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    sad to say this but Australia is testing ground for TPTB...they pushing so hard right now.

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    A personal POV from a Melbourne citizen

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    Chief editor of the pro-democracy Chinese Australian newspaper The Tiananmen Times, Frank Ruan Jie, has given a dire warning to Australians.

    In this video, Frank goes into detail about the China Communist Party's bio-warfare agenda and how they're using the Belt and Road Initiative to advance their ambitions of ethnic cleansing and global domination.


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    I’m getting very scared about what’s happening in Australia for two reasons. One, is that the totalitarian tiptoe is in full swing right across the nation; it’s so very premeditated and appears to have an alternate, sinister intent that has nothing to do with “stopping the spread”. The other, and this is a highly worrying reason, is that most people in Australia are willingly going along with the official narrative and no one is protesting ‘en-masse’, despite, IMO, the desperate need for it right now. In fact, those people who challenge the official narrative are ridiculed by the rest of the population. The bias, and the saturation of compliance messages in the mainstream media and in public spaces, is overwhelming. Very few people I know have shown any real critical thinking over the official narrative despite the obvious incongruences in it. We’re enslaving ourselves, and it scares the hell out of me.

    We’re unarmed ( following on from a very ‘fishy’ incident in Port Arthur back in 1996 that brought in swift measures to remove firearms from the public) and public protests are technically illegal nowadays. Financially, many Australians suffer under ludicrously high taxation levels and cost of living expenses, which limit the capability for many of the ‘working poor’ to move out of the big cities such as Melbourne and Sydney where this insanity is perpetuating.

    Interestingly, I flew back from Cairns (in Far North Queensland) to Sydney yesterday evening after spending nearly a month in Daintree and the surrounding areas (I really didn’t want to come back!). There is no lockdown in that region, not even any reported cases, and the state of Queensland sealed itself of from NSW and Victoria while I was there. But get this irony: everyone in Queensland needs to ‘sign in’ when they enter any venue and, in the name of the Covid epidemic, people must provide their name, address and contact details. Why? There’s no need for it there. It was an eerie feeling knowing that once I landed in Sydney, I could not re-enter the state of Queensland for an indefinite period. Divide and rule?

    But yes, I’m actually feeling very scared about what’s coming. And right now, I feel that there is very little I can do to get clear of the mayhem.

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    This is really quite frightening. I’m halfway through watching.

    Chief editor of the pro-democracy Chinese Australian newspaper The Tiananmen Times, Frank Ruan Jie, has given a dire warning to Australians.

    In this video, Frank goes into detail about the China Communist Party's bio-warfare agenda and how they're using the Belt and Road Initiative to advance their ambitions of ethnic cleansing and global domination.
    Last edited by Tigger; 11th August 2020 at 04:30. Reason: Forgot to quote Constance’s video above

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    Quote Posted by Delight (here)
    A personal POV from a Melbourne citizen

    "Numb"

    Thanks for that Maggie. I don't want to comment on the person interviewed because this is partially her personal account and perspective, I don't know her and my heart goes out to her for her struggles but from my perspective, I feel there is a whole lot more that could have been said.

    There is an ever growing number of Australians who are aware of the agreement that the Victorian Government has made with the CCP and the draconian measures taken to keep us "safe". Victorians have been receiving a lot of support from the Eastern side of Australia. There are plans for protests and there is a lot of talk on social media about what is currently happening in Victoria.

    Whilst the person interviewed did admit that it was hard to keep up with all the information and updates, there were a few things that were omitted from the discussion.

    The COVID death numbers being reported are inaccurate due to the way that the death certificates are being issued. There is a document that has been issued to all Medical practitioners.
    Where a person has been tested and confirmed to have COVID-19 and has died of complications associated with the infection, such as myocarditis or pneumonia, then COVID-19 is “assumed” to have contributed to the death and should be recorded on the death certificate.
    Where a person is known to have suffered typical symptoms of COVID-19, such as
    fevers, cough, or breathing difficulties, during a COVID-19 pandemic, but has not been formally tested or diagnosed, then it is reasonable to “assume” the death was related to COVID-19 and should be recorded on the death certificate.
    The reason why so many Victorians tested positive for COVID during the time period the interviewee was referring to where 3000 people were found to be positive was because there was a push by the Victorian government to actively test people in a sizeable number of low socio-economic suburbs over a period of ten days.

    Quote Doorknockers reaching nearly 95,000 homes in problem suburbs since a testing blitz began.
    This was a snapshot from the time period discussed:

    Confirmed cases so far: 11,557
    Confirmed active cases: 6,322
    Deaths: 123
    Suspected cases of community transmission: 1,962
    Cases in hospital: 385
    Intensive care patients: 38
    Cases in healthcare workers: 1,115, (649 active cases)
    Active cases linked to aged care outbreaks: 1,053
    Tests since pandemic began: More than 1.65 million

    Source found here

    As of the 10th of August, the number of deaths in Australia attributed to COVID have been 313. Of those 313, 228 died in Victoria and of those who died in Victoria, 189 of those people were living in aged care facilities.
    The chances that 189 of those people were already suffering from high comorbidities (we suffer from the same high rates of cardiovascular disease, cancer, respiratory disease, diabetes, autoimmune disease as everyone else around the world) is likely to have been very high.

    I also need to mention that the aged care facilities in Australia for the most part, have not allowed the residents to have visitors and it was only recently that we received a reprieve from the Victorian Government for visitors to be able to visit aged care facility residents without having a flu jab. We won that war only to have stage 4 restrictions bar visiting for all aged care residents!

    The aged care faciiities in Australia are woefully inadequate. The nutrition and the standard of care leave a lot to be desired. There is a very large pharmacological presence in these facilities, I've seen friends and family enter only to deteriorate very quickly.

    It might also be noted that Victoria has the highest rates of Mercury emissions in Australia courtesy of our coal mining plants. One of the symptoms of Mercury poisoning is difficulty with breathing and headaches, symptoms being attributed to COVID.


    Update as of the 10th of August, 2020
    Last edited by Constance; 11th August 2020 at 04:53.

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    None of this makes any sense to me when you look at the actual death toll figures in that area. I have a growing suspicion there is some sort of evil social experiment going on here. What may work in communist China may not work in the west. So it would be a matter of interest (to 'them') to find out what the limits are, how far they can push things, how much people can take.

    Perhaps Australia is the ideal testing ground for this for whatever reason. One could be, an already compromised government, and two, easy test subjects - the people are not armed to resist as they are in the states.

    I just posted this over here. There is something deeply wrong in Australia, no doubt about it.

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    "'sovereign citizens' - whatever that might mean". If he doesn't know what that means, he should not be wearing a uniform. Absolute disgrace.

    One could even define this as 'police state'.

    Melbourne Police Salivate: We will smash your windows, we will arrest you, we will detain you.

    He says, "...people who classify themselves as "sovereign citizens", whatever that might mean..." Note how carefully this man tries to marginalise and demonise anyone standing up to the militant police force. He's basically saying "You will be assimilated. Resistance is futile."

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    I'm in an area of Australia, where except for social distancing in shops, the situation has returned (for now) to fairly normal. O positive case States were going to open their borders to other 0 positive case States and possibly NZ if they stayed 0 positive cases. Some of those plans to reopen without a quarantine period of 14 days isolation have changed since the Victorian outbreak escalated.

    I can see the average person or police not "in the know" are acting as they would have to, to prevent spread of an outbreak on any kind of disease designated a "pandemic".
    (There will always be exceptions)

    The people who are the perpetrators are the ones that need to be "reguided" out of their madness. Otherwise the separation scenario will work out fine. It seems if you mix two different things that are correct within a context parameter, (they are both right) we can see the result. Everyone needs to be "with" everyone else that is not the perpetrators IMHO.

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    Yesterday I had a conversation with a cousin and some neighbors regarding the situation in Victoria. To my consternation, but not surprise, neither thought the actions of Victoria officials was exaggerated or extreme. Neither expressed concern, sympathy or horror with the overreach of power even when I included the information on China. One of the neighbors almost chanted the Flatten The Curve mantra.

    I don't believe either would be upset with officials if these sanctions were to spread to their areas or the entire planet; they would blame high case numbers and welcome it for safety reasons. Such is mind control and unquestioning acceptance from official people on the dependable tv rather than solid facts. This is how it will spread to the rest of the world if we don't find a way stop and reverse it.
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    Interesting article by formidable FBI statement analyst Peter Hyatt that analyses a short interview on prescribing Hydroxychloroquine that was given by Scott Morrison (Australian Prime Minister) and acting Chief Medical Officer Paul Kelly.

    https://statement-analysis.blogspot....ribing-hy.html

    Conclusions

    Scott Morrison

    1. Morrison is uncomfortable with the question about hydroxychloroquine.
    2. Morrison demonstrates a need to distance himself from this topic and is likely concealing the reason why.
    3. The relationship between Morrison and MP Craig Kelly is not good at this point in time.

    Professor Paul Kelly

    1. Kelly’s language indicates he is likely not happy with the current settings preventing prescription of hydroxychloroquine.
    2. Kelly’s language is indicative of a subject who does not believe his own words.
    3. Kelly may be under instruction and restricted on what he is permitted to say.

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    I’m getting very scared about what’s happening in Australia for two reasons. One, is that the totalitarian tiptoe is in full swing right across the nation; it’s so very premeditated and appears to have an alternate, sinister intent that has nothing to do with “stopping the spread”. The other, and this is a highly worrying reason, is that most people in Australia are willingly going along with the official narrative and no one is protesting ‘en-masse’, despite, IMO, the desperate need for it right now. In fact, those people who challenge the official narrative are ridiculed by the rest of the population. The bias, and the saturation of compliance messages in the mainstream media and in public spaces, is overwhelming. Very few people I know have shown any real critical thinking over the official narrative despite the obvious incongruences in it. We’re enslaving ourselves, and it scares the hell out of me.

    We’re unarmed ( following on from a very ‘fishy’ incident in Port Arthur back in 1996 that brought in swift measures to remove firearms from the public) and public protests are technically illegal nowadays. Financially, many Australians suffer under ludicrously high taxation levels and cost of living expenses, which limit the capability for many of the ‘working poor’ to move out of the big cities such as Melbourne and Sydney where this insanity is perpetuating.

    Interestingly, I flew back from Cairns (in Far North Queensland) to Sydney yesterday evening after spending nearly a month in Daintree and the surrounding areas (I really didn’t want to come back!). There is no lockdown in that region, not even any reported cases, and the state of Queensland sealed itself of from NSW and Victoria while I was there. But get this irony: everyone in Queensland needs to ‘sign in’ when they enter any venue and, in the name of the Covid epidemic, people must provide their name, address and contact details. Why? There’s no need for it there. It was an eerie feeling knowing that once I landed in Sydney, I could not re-enter the state of Queensland for an indefinite period. Divide and rule?

    But yes, I’m actually feeling very scared about what’s coming. And right now, I feel that there is very little I can do to get clear of the mayhem.
    Agree with you tigger. The nazi -like behaviour of the government and police is bad enough, but I am also more scared that there appear to be so few people who protest and most fully agree with it, including all my family members who mostly live around Melbourne. My partner and I moved to Western Australia 8 years ago, thank goodness, and we can travel freely here and have no restrictions other than the requirement to maintain social distancing for some reason (with no community transmission here now). The Northern Territory is the same, and there is an open border between NT and WA. However I am fully aware that this could change at any time and the freedom feels very fragile. There are so many travellers heading north to the sun and beaches in WA, and we are just about to join them. While I am looking forward to the open road, I am so sad that most of my friends and family are virtually in prison on the other side of the country. I really don't understand how this can happen so quickly in a country that has been relatively mildly affected by the so-called virus. The only way to make sense of it is to see this as clear evidence of a 'plandemic' backed with very effective social conditioning.

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    But yes, I’m actually feeling very scared about what’s coming. And right now, I feel that there is very little I can do to get clear of the mayhem.
    I've been thinking about the 'preppers' recently, the growing movement in the 90s and 2000s that believed things would eventually go sideways, and when that happened they had somewhere to bug out. Lot's laughed at them, I never did. I had hoped it would never get that bad (not in this timeline), but I think the preppers down under are the ones laughing now.

    I feel for you Tigger. I have no idea what will happen. Again I hope the end will be positive, but I really can't see how unless the Australian people wake the hell up and fast. Unfortunately history tells us they probably won't until it's too late, until they've lost everything.

    One trigger-point incident could be enough to catalyse an awakening however, and begin a groundswell of protest and resistance. And I hope without major loss of life. But something's got to give. It's got to. Revolutions have been started for less than this s**t.
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    But yes, I’m actually feeling very scared about what’s coming. And right now, I feel that there is very little I can do to get clear of the mayhem.
    I've been thinking about the 'preppers' recently, the growing movement in the 90s and 2000s that believed things would eventually go sideways, and when that happened they had somewhere to bug out. Lot's laughed at them, I never did. I had hoped it would never get that bad (not in this timeline), but I think the preppers down under are the ones laughing now.

    I feel for you Tigger. I have no idea what will happen. Again I hope the end will be positive, but I really can't see how unless the Australian people wake the hell up and fast. Unfortunately history tells us they probably won't until it's too late, until they've lost everything.

    One trigger-point incident could be enough to catalyse an awakening however, and begin a groundswell of protest and resistance. And I hope without major loss of life. But something's got to give. It's got to. Revolutions have been started for less than this s**t.


    Normally there is an easily identifiable and agreed upon enemy before the revolution begins Star Mariner
    Here they have been brilliantly clever.
    Anyone against the narrative is portrayed as the enemy.
    There is an overwhelming level of propaganda -- the like of which has never been seen before.

    The truth is so unbelievable, easier to believe that there is a dangerous virus, some of our members believed this.
    Yes people have died but from what could have been seasonal flu -- that kills many.
    The difference here is that the "virus" has been relatively kind to healthy people.
    The Australian response has been well over the top.
    After an easing in UK we will probably see another full lock down -- the hints are there.
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    Quote Posted by greybeard (here)
    Normally there is an easily identifiable and agreed upon enemy before the revolution begins Star Mariner
    Here they have been brilliantly clever.
    I'm not sure they believe they're being brilliantly clever. I think, for this reason and that, they are being desperate. I might be wrong. This could indeed be the opening move of the cabal, who and whatever they are, to impose a worldwide totalitarian technocratic regime. But there is the alternative: this is their last gasp, the final despairing thrust of the dagger into the heart and soul of humanity.

    I agree that there has to be an easily identifiable and agreed upon enemy before humanity can en masse fight back, which is why for years and years I've been saying that the mainstream media is the de facto number one enemy of the people. They control what people think, and therefore what they believe, and therefore what they do - or don't do. While they sit pretty as the gatekeepers of information, there will be no awakening and no revolution.

    That's the thing though, they're not the sole gatekeepers any more. The rusty hinges on those gates have been dislodged, and the sheeple are marching through into new green pastures. Because they have the internet, the most powerful weapon the world has ever seen. And that is the greatest mistake 'they' ever made - the commercialization of this technology. Had it remained dark, for example, we'd have no chance. PA wouldn't exist, none of us would be having of any of these conversations, or sharing any of this knowledge.

    So long as the internet remains, we have every chance. Like the passes over the alps - so long as they remain open, the Ostrogoths will march, slowly but steadily, all the way to Rome.
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    Recent video from Max Igan.


    Max Igan | Police State Australia | Aug. 11, 2020

    Source: thecrowhouse.com



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    This was immediately removed from YouTube. Here it is on Bitchute:

    https://www.bitchute.com/video/iQvf71nCAvuF

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    are we all are "beta tested" for something much bigger to come?
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    Quote Posted by exomatrixtv (here)
    police brutality in melbourne australia for not wearing a mask

    getting used to upholding the "new normal" system.
    update


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    It seems one has to sift through lots of material to find the dots



    document Biosecurity Act 2015

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    New Zealand

    Mystery cases sends Auckland into lockdown


    Four cases of coronavirus located in south Auckland has left NZ health authorities scratching their head as they seek to determine how it was contracted after 102 days without any positive COVID-19 results.

    Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern announced the cases, all from the same family, were not connected to quarantine or overseas travel.

    As a result, Ms Ardern introduced a four-day, stage three lockdown in Auckland as the matter was investigated.


    Be kind to all life, including your own, no matter what!!

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    This is off-topic but worth making a note of.

    New Zealand says it will find a 'win-win' situation in China's Belt and Road strategy
    Key points:
    • New Zealand's leaders made the comments at a China-focused business summit
    • Wellington has fostered close economic ties with Beijing, including a free-trade agreement
    • But some have voiced concern about New Zealand's increased reliance on Chinese trade
    New Zealand is willing to work with China on its Belt and Road initiative (BRI) and can offer its expertise in areas such as regulation and the environment, its Trade Minister says.

    The trade and investment policy — championed by Chinese President Xi Jinping — has become mired in controversy, with some partner nations bemoaning the high cost of projects.

    But China's recent efforts to put a greener face on its infrastructure initiative could smoothen ties with some countries.

    "It seems more likely that we can find a win-win situation with China, whether it's greening the Belt and Road, or helping address some of the issues… around transparency, or whether it's using our regulatory systems, which are amongst the best in the world," New Zealand Trade Minister David Parker said at an annual China-focused business summit in Auckland.

    Mr Parker had travelled to Beijing for the BRI summit in April at which New Zealand had joined Russia and four developing nations to coordinate accounting standards for countries participating in the program.


    For the rest of the article, please visit here: abc.net.au

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