The COVID-19 border policies in Australia constitute psychological torture, and it has taken a tragic toll on Australian citizens.
WLT previously brought you the saddening story of Victorian parents denied entry into Western Australia to identify their deceased son.
Western Australia hit the news again for its despicable border policies after denying a visa to a Sydney woman to visit her parents.
Robin D’Argent, 31, had suffered from PTSD and depression after moving to Sydney and wanted to see her parents, Gillian and Alain.
After Western Australia denied her travel visa application in October and December, D’Argent committed suicide.
D’Argent’s parents believe their daughter would still be with them had Western Australia officials granted her the travel visa.
It’s another horrific example of the psychological brutality of Australia’s insane COVID-19 policies.
The COVID World noted:
Since the outbreak of the COVID crisis, West Australia has closed its borders and made visas, called ‘G2G Passes‘ very hard to obtain.
In a morbid twist of events, both parents were also denied a visa to re-enter Western Australia after having picked up their daughter’s ashes in Sydney, leaving them stranded. However, after their story went public and began making the Western Australian government look completely heartless, they were suddenly granted an ‘emergency visa‘ in an attempt to avoid more bad publicity.
Robin’s grieving father told Perth’s 6PR radio:
“It’s not like we’ve come to Sydney for a holiday. We have come to deal with our daughter’s death which is traumatic enough, and we can’t even get home and try to start a life with the knowledge that our daughter’s no more with us.”
9NEWS provided this video report of the sheer heartlessness of the Western Australia government: