The New World Order is just a conspiracy theory they say.
It’s just a talking point created by “right wing extremists.”
Sure it is.
If so, please explain why an Australian public health chief just directly referenced the New World Order on live tv.
Dr. Kerry Chant, who is Australia’s chief health officer in New South Wales said yesterday morning:
“We will be looking at what contact tracing looks like in the New World Order.”
Well if that isn’t a Freudian slip, I don’t know what is…
‘New World Order’: Conspiracy theorists unite as Australian health chief uses term at press conference https://t.co/PISojudgnv
— The Independent (@Independent) September 9, 2021
Here’s more on Dr. Chant’s slip of the tongue from the Independent, who for some reason are still using the term “conspiracy theory:”
An Australian health official caused a stir among conspiracy theorists on Thursday when she referred to ongoing Covid restrictions as a “new world order” necessity.
Answering a journalist’s question about whether contact-tracing would be put back in place “once we reopen,” Dr Kerry Chant, New South Wales’ chief health officer, said: “We will be looking at what contract-tracing looks like in the new world order – yes it will be pubs and clubs, and other things, if we have a positive case there [but] our response may be different if we know people are fully vaccinated.”
She added: “We’re working through a number of those issues, but we will have to reflect and learn.”
Despite varying versions, the New World Order (NWO) theory generally argues that a totalitarian world government will one day emerge – with some kind of power elite set to abolish sovereign nation states and rule the world as one.
While some acknowledged that Dr Chant’s “innocent turn of phrase” signified nothing more than a clumsy choice of words, dozens of conspiracy theorists took to social media to make unfounded claims about what the incident “clearly means” in terms of the NWO debate.
One man, Dean Hanford, wrote on Twitter: “An Australian politician might have accidentally revealed the ‘New World Order’ and we could all be doomed.”
“F***, THE NEW WORLD ORDER CONSPIRACY IS REAL. Australian health [official] just chanted this sh**. Omg,” another named Jack said, alongside a number of vomiting emojis.
Some well-known names joined in too. Laurence Fox, the face of Britain’s anti-woke brigade, tweeted a clip of the press conference and wrote simply: “New World Order.” Mr Fox has been a vocal advocate for ending Covid restrictions, particularly lockdown, during the pandemic – claiming, on multiple occasions, that the government was stripping people of their “personal freedoms”.
Following Dr Chant’s presser, “New World Order” became a trending topic on Twitter with thousands of people discussing what had happened.
The New World Order is just a conspiracy theory…until they all start openly talking about it. pic.twitter.com/XIXl0ZPGlz
— Way of the World (@wayotworld) September 9, 2021
That’s right, your ears do not deceive you.
She’s openly talking about the New World Order.
New World Order?????? pic.twitter.com/rWe20H36YC
— Claudia Holliday (@ClaudiaHollida3) September 9, 2021
🚨 BREAKING 🚨
NSW Chief Health Officer Dr Kerry Chant has said this morning:
“We will see what contact tracing looks like in the NEW WORLD ORDER”!
SHE ACTUALLY SAID IT!
HOLY MOTHER OF GOD! 😱
— John Adams (@adamseconomics) September 9, 2021
Reaction to the video has been mixed.
Those with brain cells are calling attention to the fact that Australia is admitting that this so-called “conspiracy theory” is the truth, while others are still pretending it didn’t just happen.
Imagine being a country that built relocation camps for people deemed sick or suspected of being sick and then having an official use the phrase New World Order pic.twitter.com/lh15ONiD3C
— Tim Pool (@Timcast) September 9, 2021
Australian official says we're living in the new world order…Twitter decides it's misinformation… pic.twitter.com/URfOSlR5bR
— Oli D (@White_Hole_Sun) September 9, 2021
'New World Order' has NEVER been just a conspiracy theory. People need to stop being so naive.
— Sonia Poulton (@SoniaPoulton) September 9, 2021