It still blows my mind that people from any nation put up with this PCR tyranny.
The PCR tests are flawed and aren’t meant for diagnosing viruses.
That’s not coming from me but PCR test inventor, Kary Mullis.
By forcing millions to take these flawed viral analyses, it allowed governments to push the false narrative of asymptomatic spread.
This narrative was their excuse to promote lockdowns, halt travel, and plunge the world into economic chaos.
We already witnessed PCR tyranny in the United States in 2020.
And now Australia is in for the same thing in 2021.
Based on new testing protocols for “essential workers,” some Aussies must get tested every 3 days.
If mass numbers of healthy people are taking this flawed test, you can bet Australia is about to find many “cases.”
And their government will use this data to enforce harsher lockdowns.
Here’s the footage:
Sydney locals lined up to 8 hours for COVID tests as new testing rules take effect that all essential workers are now required to get tested every 3 days and prove they have a negative result. Once the first 3 days are done, they will have to line up and do it all again.
— Johan Hellström 🇸🇪 (@jhnhellstrom) July 13, 2021
This stage of "the pandemic" is when the cases shoot through the roof. Aussies are in for some crazy times ahead. https://t.co/PgH0ctfMSA
— Jordan Schachtel @ dossier.substack.com (@JordanSchachtel) July 14, 2021
Essential workers getting PCR tests every three days in part of Sydney. 6 hour queues for tests last night. I'll be interested in compliance levels of this… or how many people decide to just stop working and take gov money https://t.co/dwEQmgNyC5
— Ed Fidgeon-Kavanagh (@Clearpreso) July 14, 2021
Essential workers in Fairfield help keep Sydney running.
It's not good enough to have them wait 6hrs twice a week for testing.
This outbreak happened because of Morrison's failures on quarantine and vaccines, Fairfield deserves better than this. pic.twitter.com/aXcfjY8qCD
— Chris Bowen (@Bowenchris) July 14, 2021
This is the queue just to get into the Fairfield Showground. Madness. You can see why people are upset by the new health orders for essential workers. Doing this every three days would be a nightmare. @9NewsSyd #9News pic.twitter.com/btJfBzLcJR
— James Wilson (@WesternWilson9) July 13, 2021
Making essential workers line up for 6 hours for compulsory testing & long lines for testing at 3am is unconscionable.
That is what has been happening in Fairfield over the last 24 hours. It's not good enough.
— Chris Bowen (@Bowenchris) July 14, 2021
CHAOS: Lines at a 24-hour #COVID19 testing hub in Fairfield are stretching for kilometres due to the new health order for essential workers.
Since about 2am, a sea of brake lights has been growing continuously at the location.
— 9News Sydney (@9NewsSyd) July 13, 2021
Sky News reported:
Massive queues have formed at COVID testing sites in southwest Sydney overnight after essential workers were told they must get tested every three days.
Those who live in the Fairfield local government area but travel to other suburbs for essential work must have a test every three days following a new public health order announced on Tuesday.
Workers will be required to provide proof they have tested negative to employers or police upon request.
The Labor MP for Fairfield Gaetano Zangari has criticised the resources available as authorities scramble to contain the virus.
9 News Sydney added this take:
The Mayor of Fairfield has said he won’t “cop any finger-pointing” at his community for the spread of COVID-19.
The south-west Sydney suburb is now considered the epicentre of Sydney’s coronavirus outbreak, with 70 of today’s 97 cases from the area.
Essential workers in the area are now required to be tested every three days.
The changes sparked six-hour wait times at Endeavour Sports Park 24-hour clinic as thousands came forward for testing.Mayor Frank Carbone said the government needs to “come to the party” and provide more resources to help accommodate new testing requirements for essential workers in the area.
“Not only are they worried about the virus and their families, but they need the resources to support them through this,” Mr Carbone said.
“They should be entitled to have these facilities close to home.”
“We’re happy to provide locations, we’re happy to provide operational support … This is unprecedented and they need to come to the party with those resources.”
Mr Carbone has called for designated testing facilities for essential workers to reduce wait times and avoid the spread of the virus.“What I’m concerned about is these residents who have symptoms are not going to wait six hours in a line up for testing,” he said.“If the government wants to test essential workers, they need to provide extra facilities separate to these testing sites.”
Mr Carbone said his community was maintaining a “strong spirit” but there was growing irritation over the situation.