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COVID Concentration Camps Proposed for New York, Already a Reality In Australia

'The department can decide to hold a person or group of people in a medical facility or any other they deem appropriate... '

With the prospect of perpetual national masking being considered and widespread vaccine mandates already a reality, how much further could the monarchial madness of COVID crackdowns stretch.

The answer might have a horrific harbinger in Australia, where the government since this summer has been building actual COVID concentration camps, and also in a disturbing piece of legislation being considered in New York that could pave the way for the same in America.

A 1,000-bed internment camp located just outside Brisbane, Australia, was originally meant to house travelers returning from abroad. But as Delta-variant mania spread and Omicron-variant hysteria arrived down under, the Australian government now has several COVID camps being used to inter not only returning travelers, but also residents who have been exposed to or tested positive for coronavirus.

In one case, police hunted down and arrested three people who escaped from the Howard Springs Covid quarantine facility after jumping a fence at the impound center, reported The Guardian. All three escapees had tested negative for COVID, but were taken into custody for further detainment.

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If the likelihood of COVID concentration camps coming to America seems farfetched, legislation under consideration in New York paints the potential in stark light.

The bill, reported The National Pulse, would allow government authorities to remove and detain anyone suspected of presenting a “significant threat to public health,” isolate the offenders for an indefinite period of time and, in some cases, apply forced medical procedures:

“Bill A416 presents a serious risk to the basic liberties of all Americans in the state of New York, including their right to choose whether or not to receive medical treatment and vaccinations related to thus far undetermined contagious diseases.

The bill gives the Governor of New York, his or her delegates – including but not limited to the commissioner and heads of local health departments – the right to remove and detain any individuals or groups of people through issuing a single order. The orders only have to include the individual’s name(s) or “reasonably specific descriptions of the individuals or groups.”

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The department can decide to hold a person or group of people in a medical facility or any other they deem appropriate. The language is purposefully vague.

Though the bill attempts to state that no one shall be held for more than 60 days, the language allows for court orders to waive this maximum detention time. After 60 days, the court is allowed an additional 90 days to consider the detention of an individual, a cycle that can last indefinitely per the opinion of the department.”

The bill has previously been introduced by the same New York assemblyman, and has historically received little attention or support.

That, however, was before forced vacation of the New York populace became accepted practice.

It should also be noted that the New York City Board of Health recently declared racism a “public health crisis,” citing the U.S.’s history of slavery and the coronavirus pandemic.

Where does the slippery slope end? Two years ago, few would have likely said in a concentration camp.

But as government goons in New York and elsewhere have continued to expand their authoritarian powers, as the Rule of Law steadily gives way to the Law of Covid, that answer becomes less and less clear.

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