You want a prime example of what these global communists want for America?
Take a glimpse of what has transpired in Vietnam in recent months.
Thousands of children have been ripped from their homes and kept away from their parents inside COVID-19 quarantine camps.
Thus, psychologically scarring children for years to come.
Despite children being virtually no risk whatsoever from COVID-19, Vietnam authorities have no problem keeping children away from their homes.
It’s pure evil and crimes against humanity.
And this is what these authoritarian control freaks are willing to do without resistance.
They’re coming for children and want the State to indoctrinate them.
4000 children held in quarantine camps without their parents in Vietnam !
— The Great Resist 🌸 #NoVaccinePassports 🌸 (@sdevi74) July 24, 2021
In excess of 4000 children being held in quarantine camps without their parents in Vietnam. Horrendous!
See next for link. pic.twitter.com/RwHSoR0mPz
— Arigato-Love (@ArigatoLove1) July 21, 2021
— Berita Wow Babel (@WowBabelNews) July 30, 2021
— Barney Flower (@barnaby_flower) June 3, 2021
Depressing.. Stop the World, I wanna get off. 💔
More than 4,000 children across Vietnam are being quarantined at centralized facilities without the care of their parents. 😳🙏🏼 pic.twitter.com/qxhLP7VO01
— Nyttigbras.dk (@nyttigbras) July 22, 2021
Tuoi Tre News shared this info:
Since the fourth wave of COVID-19 transmissions broke out in the country on April 27, over 4,000 children in multiple localities have been brought to quarantine venues, Dang Hoa Nam, head of the Department of Children’s Affairs under the labor ministry, said during an online discussion on Tuesday.
Due to the absence of their parents, such an experience can result in psychological trauma for these kids, Nam added.
Children suffer a lot of negative impacts brought about by the pandemic, Tran Xuan Bach, vice-president of the Vietnam Youth Federation, stated, adding that there are three groups of children who are the most vulnerable.
The first group includes children who are infected with COVID-19 or required to stay at concentrated quarantine facilities, Bach elaborated.
The second is comprised of children who face a lot of difficulties after their life and studies are affected by the pandemic, or those separated from their parents who are frontline workers.
The third includes disadvantaged or disabled children, or those living in remote areas.
Kids who have to be quarantined during the period from April 27 to December 31 are eligible for this assistance, the official added.
Nam also called on businesses, organizations, benefactors, and the community to contribute to the provision of essential items for children at quarantine centers, namely face masks, utensils, toothbrushes, toothpaste, toys, and books, as well as two boxes of milk per day to help boost their nutrition and immune system.
Such children will be given favorable conditions to contact Call Center 111 for psychological counseling.