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Is Australia Opening COVID-19 Concentration Camps This Year?


Australia has plunged into a totalitarian police state.

Its government, military, and police force continue to operate an open-air prison.

Most of the country has seen rolling lockdowns over the duration of COVID-19 hysteria.

I don’t even like calling it the Australian government anymore.

They’re the Australian regime.

The latest developments from Australia make 1984 look like a fairytale.

We’ve had recent updates of the Australian regime HERE, HERE, and HERE.

But it appears the worst has yet to come for Aussies.

The latest reports indicate the Australian regime has something more sinister up their sleeves.

COVID-19 concentration (I mean quarantine) camps.

And it appears they might be ready before the end of 2021.

If this doesn’t wake people up, then I don’t know what will.

Does it take this to make some realize what these tyrants want to do?

An indefinite stay.

By 2022, at places like the Melbourne Centre for National Resilience.

From The AGE:

Construction is under way at Melbourne’s Centre for National Resilience – the unwieldy name given to the new quarantine facility in Mickleham – with the camp set to open by the end of the year.

A community engagement session was held earlier this week on progress of the fast-tracked 1000-bed accommodation site for returning travellers, however residents were told that builders would not be delayed by any consultation process.

Earthworks have begun at an empty paddock in Melbourne’s north, which sits next to the federal government’s pet quarantine facility and is about 300 metres from homes.

The project is being modelled on the Howard Springs centre in the Northern Territory, which has proven to be highly effective at preventing leaks of COVID-19 compared to hotel quarantine.


Locals were assured the facility would follow the highest infection-control standards set by Howard Springs, with staff fully vaccinated and unable to work second jobs.

On Friday, Premier Daniel Andrews was asked why the community had not been given the chance to give feedback on the centre.

“We want the community to know what’s going on there, we want the community to be part of that program and that process,” he said.

“But we’ve got to get this built. There’s much greater risk to people across Victoria, Mickleham included, by having thousands of people in hotels that are not built to quarantine them.

“That’s the site that’s been chosen and everyone, including locals, will be better off because of that.”

Multiplex has been engaged to construct the facility, with 80 per cent of the buildings to be prefabricated off-site. The centre can be extended to 3000 beds but will be operational as soon as 500 are ready later this year.

Among the issues raised by the public at an information session on Thursday were questions about the impact on real estate prices, the threat of the virus escaping into the community and why residents were only receiving information about the project now.


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