Scary Coverage from Aussie News

Posted by $ Abaco 1 week, 1 day ago to Government
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This is very frightening. And, it reminds me of one of my first friendships in my first engineering job. I saw next to a young man, aerospace engineering student, who was a Tiananmen Square protestor. President Bush brought in Chinese students to save their lives and I got to work with this young guy at Boeing.

Look at how brutal the Aussie police are to their citizens. Strong-arming little women. I couldn't allow it and that scares me a little. I'd probably start swinging...

Look at how they have police deliver letters to the doors of people they don't like late at night. WTH?


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  • Posted by freedomforall 1 week, 1 day ago
    It appears the Aussie federal police have been taking lessons from the BATF and FBI who have been kicking in doors, stomping pet cats, and shooting nursing mothers to death for decades.
    Having lived in Oz for several years and visited frequently for 35 years, I am not surprised.
    Australians have the naivety of American leftists in trusting government with the obvious example of allowing themselves to be irrationally disarmed by federal edict. They lack the history of fighting and earning their own liberty while Americans are just beginning to succumb to the anti-liberty propaganda campaign. Australians still honor the monarchy that enslaved and imprisoned their ancestors.
    Americans have set a good example of individual liberty in the past for Aussies to consider. I only hope we can stiffen our defense of our liberty and help Australians see what they are giving up.
    We don't have a good record recently since we have yet to stand up to the mobsters who stole the 2020 election and are trying to force people to take experimental, ineffective, unnecessary vaccines against their will.
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  • Posted by CircuitGuy 5 days, 22 hours ago
    I think this is one reason for the 2A. It's not necessarily so citizens could fight a repressive gov't, but it's a symbol that people are adult agents who established government and grant it certain powers, that they're not turning over their safety, their lives, to the protection of government agents.

    I've heard Australia does not have the same gun rights as the US. I wonder if that's part of the cause.
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  • Posted by Lucky 6 days, 8 hours ago
    For those with cultural objections to that tube, the original news item is-

    freedomforall is right in general, but it is one state- Victoria, with the extreme police problem. Police in that state have become an extension of government, the government of Victoria, is under the thumb of MadDan Andrews who is a devotee of communist China. The other party is tip-toeing round hoping it a bad dream, but they make it worse by their silence.
    The public, well, most of the opinions published, are loving being bossed, bullied and ordered. The public have the excuse that all it hears is the scare porn. Of the big networks, Sky News is the most independent, it remains quite on the Nov US election, but the Fauci scandal is seeping out.
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  • Posted by 25n56il4 1 week ago
    Hey this bullying attitude isn't confined to Australia. I had a police officer come to my home at 10p.m. to bring a worthless letter from the City Council to me. Boy, did I give the idiots on the City Council an earful. They all ducked their heads!
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