by Dave Hodges, The Common Sense Show:
Even though the Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) is pretty much already over, at least for the unvaccinated, Australia is busily constructing new “quarantine” camps that the government there says will be needed next year to house people “who have not had access to vaccination.”
In order to maintain “ongoing operations” for the plandemic, Australian officials are funding the construction of massive compounds, one of which reportedly has 1,000 beds and is expected to be completed by the end of March 2022.
“At this stage, the cabins will be used by domestic travelers returning from COVID hotspots,” a report about the quarantine facility being erected at the Wellcamp Airport outside of Toowoomba states.
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The huge facility will reportedly employ many locals, which the government says will help to boost the economy. This is how they are marketing the project to try to lessen suspicions about it.
“The camp is split into different zones and accommodates singles, doubles, and family rooms while being patrolled by police and security guards 24/7,” reports Summit.news.
Laid out much like a World War II concentration camp (see below), the prison camp will supposedly be used to help “flatten the curve” and keep Australians “safe” against future “variants” that are expected to emerge for as long as Tony Fauci wants them to emerge.
“This is crazy!” tweeted a group called Parents are Immediate Family. “Who will be made to stay in these prison camps?!”
— Parents are Immediate Family (@ParentsFamily) October 8, 2021
Australia really is reverting back to the prison colony it started as
Queensland Premier Steven Miles told the media that he anticipates “a continuing need for quarantine facilities” well into the future, hence the need to construct these compounds at warp speed.
The government is leasing the land on which the Wellcamp facility is being built. There is an initial 12-month term that can be extended for another 12 months after that if the government chooses.
There is another similar 1,000-bed quarantine facility being set up on a 30-hectare Army barracks site in the industrial area of Pinkenba, near Brisbane Airport.
“Why anyone who had left Australia would come back again is unclear,” writes Dave Blount, joking about how anyone lucky enough to be able to leave Australia at this point would probably never want to return.
“It is possibly the most repressive country in the world regarding Covid tyranny.”