Australia is a dictatorship!
Two years ago that would’ve been an unbelievable statement.
But that’s how fast freedom can disappear from society.
Australia’s fascist regime has ramped up the onslaught against their citizens in recent days.
This time they’re attempting to enrich themselves off the backs of middle class Aussies.
For anyone who hasn’t paid their ridiculous COVID fines, the Australian regime threatened to take everything from them.
The State gave itself the power to seize homes, raid bank accounts, and revoke driver’s licenses for not paying your fines.
They can make you homeless for not obeying mask rules.
And if you protest the tyrannical rules, the regime shoots rubber bullets at you.
It’s a totalitarian dictatorship.
Threatened with homelessness for not wearing a face mask. Australia is a basket case. https://t.co/BGH4zMDPxo
— Oliver Smith (@ollysmithtravel) October 30, 2021
Happening in Australia- Homes seized for not paying covid fines pic.twitter.com/qf1u545Ris
— Stand Tall n Roar (@standtallnroar) October 28, 2021
Australia has fallen!
Tyranny has won …
My thoughts are with the people who are forced to VX or you are dead!https://t.co/RuvUDoixtj
— Lyndon Wood ✌️👽🙏 (@Lyndonx) October 29, 2021
Covid Australia Victorians could be fined up to $90,000 and jailed for two years under new laws https://t.co/QQ1RUvD4J5
— lucy johnston (@thelucyjohnston) October 26, 2021
Australia is shooting its own citizens with rubber bullets for taking part in freedom protests.
Australia is threatening to seize people's homes and raid their bank accounta for not paying covid fines.
This is how a dictatorship behaves.
— PeterSweden (@PeterSweden7) October 29, 2021
Australia is going insane.
The state is threatening to SEIZE people's homes and raid their bank accounts for not having paid covid fines.
They are even threatening to revoke their drivers license unless they pay.
Making people homeless for not wearing masks
Not a free country
— PeterSweden (@PeterSweden7) October 29, 2021
Daily Mail reported:
Queenslanders who received fines for breaking Covid-19 rules risk having their homes seized and bank accounts frozen in a government crackdown to collect $5.2 million in repayments.
The State Penalties Enforcement Register is expected to collect 3,046 unpaid fines from the pandemic on behalf of Queensland Health.
More than 2,755 fines were from individuals and businesses accused of breaking Covid-19 restrictions and the rest either still under investigation or pending payment.
About 56.4 per cent of fines have already been paid in full or are being paid off on a payment plan.
SPER said enforcement for people who failed to pay their fines ‘may include garnishing bank accounts or wages, registering charges over property, or suspending driver licences’, according to the Brisbane Times.
In Victoria, Premier Dan Andrews granted himself dictatorial powers to declare a state of emergency whenever he sees fit.
Anyone who protests faces huge fines or jail time.
It’s an unprecedented power grab that warrants comparisons to the harshest dictators across the globe.
From the Daily Mail:
Under the new bill, the premier will be able to declare a pandemic even if there are no cases, and can extend the state of emergency for three months at a time.
The sweeping new pandemic laws which were tabled in parliament on Tuesday free the premier from having to get doctors to sign off on public health orders.
And the premier would be able to declare a state of emergency and bring in new restrictions on public life whether or not his chief health officer agrees.
The premier would also make the final call on implementing lockdowns, mask mandates and quarantine requirements.
Victorians could be fined up to $90,000 or jailed for two years if they breach health orders and knew – ‘or should have known’ – they were putting others at serious health risk, while companies face fines of up to $455,000.
Legal experts have warned the new bill does not have a sliding scale of crimes and treats all breaches with the same seriousness, raising concerns some could face a jail term for minor breaches like not wearing a mask.
But Mr Foley insisted every incident would be judged for its own seriousness.
Dan Andrews is drunk on power.
There’s no other way to put it.
Fortunately, Aussies organized a massive protest in Melbourne to oppose the self-declared dictator.
#BREAKING: Thousands of protesters have mobilised against Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews and the infamous Public Health and Wellbeing Amendment (Pandemic Management) Bill 2021 which is set to install the Premier with dictatorial powers.https://t.co/hcJ7XQf6ke
— Avi Yemini (@OzraeliAvi) October 30, 2021