You know you have descended too far down into statism and tyranny when The Atlantic calls you out……
The far left publication recently published a piece entitled “Australia Traded Away Too Much Liberty”.
Now many of us are standing here sarcastically thinking “ya don’t say, tell me more”, but what’s more important here is who is saying it, not necessarily what they’re saying.
I am glad that at least some of these leftists are waking up.
To me, this shows that they’re not hopelessly lost—at least some of them have drawn a line in the sand, and the line in the sand is the most important thing to me concerning any ideology.
I always want to know exactly where people stand, and exactly how far they will go.
The Atlantic calling out Australia shows how dangerous and demented the situation in Australia has become, and it even gives me hope for American liberals.
We may have our fair share of left-wing fools here, but at least we aren’t Australia, and if even leftists are feeling that sentiment then I am hopeful for The United States of America.
Here’s what people are saying about the fascism occurring in Australia right now:
No matter your views of COVID, what's happening in Australia is alarming, extreme and dangerous. https://t.co/Ep7fOqiHUJ
— Glenn Greenwald (@ggreenwald) September 2, 2021
Denmark is removing all covid restrictions.
Australia is building quarantine camps.
Why the difference?
— PeterSweden (@PeterSweden7) August 27, 2021
Just take a look at what The Atlantic had to say about Australia:
In a bid to keep the coronavirus out of the country, Australia’s federal and state governments imposed draconian restrictions on its citizens. Prime Minister Scott Morrison knows that the burden is too heavy. “This is not a sustainable way to live in this country,” he recently declared. One prominent civil libertarian summed up the rules by lamenting, “We’ve never seen anything like this in our lifetimes.”
Up to now one of Earth’s freest societies, Australia has become a hermit continent. How long can a country maintain emergency restrictions on its citizens’ lives while still calling itself a liberal democracy?
Australia has been testing the limits.
Before 2020, the idea of Australia all but forbidding its citizens from leaving the country, a restriction associated with Communist regimes, was unthinkable. Today, it is a widely accepted policy.
Man, looking confused, dubbed "COVID fugitive" and arrested without bail in Australia for supposedly breaking quarantine, though he says he was isolating the entire time.pic.twitter.com/eY1zZmDGEy
— Michael P Senger (@MichaelPSenger) August 27, 2021
Thanks to its military enforced draconian lockdowns, Australia's "zero Covid" success is breaking new records 🇦🇺💪 pic.twitter.com/2zdpyG6kit
— Dr. Eli David (@DrEliDavid) August 31, 2021
ABC.Net reports that Australia is building Covid quarantine camps:
The Queensland government is pushing ahead with its own regional dedicated COVID-19 quarantine facility.
Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk announced on Thursday that Cabinet has approved the project on vacant land owned by Wagner Corporation, just outside Toowoomba, west of Brisbane.
The announcement came as the state recorded two new cases of COVID-19, both in hotel quarantine.
Latest information from Queensland Health.
Construction started at the site near Wellcamp Airport on Thursday, with 500 beds to be available by the end of the year and a total capacity of 1,000 by March next year.