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COVID Madness: Germany Isolates Unvaccinated, Australia Arrests Escapees From Quarantine Compound

COVID Madness: Germany Isolates Unvaccinated, Australia Arrests Escapees From Quarantine Compound

Insanity. Once you give these people the power they will not let it go. The craziness in Australia continues but Germany is going over the edge.


Chancellor Angela Merkel announced the country will isolate the unvaccinated from public spaces:

Merkel announced the measures after a meeting with federal and state leaders, as the nation again topped 70,000 newly confirmed cases in a 24-hour period. She said the steps were necessary to address concerns that hospitals could become overloaded with patients suffering from COVID-19 infections, which are much more likely to be serious in people who have not been vaccinated.

“The situation in our country is serious,” Merkel told reporters in Berlin, calling the measures an “act of national solidarity.”

She said officials also agreed on a nationwide requirement to wear masks, new limits on private meetings and a goal of 30 million vaccinations by the end of the year — an effort that will be boosted by allowing dentists and pharmacists to administer the shots.

Merkel said authorities plan to require staff in hospitals and nursing homes to be vaccinated against COVID-19, and she backed the even more contentious idea of imposing a general vaccine mandate. She said parliament would debate the proposal with input from the country’s national ethics committee. The mandate could take effect as early as February.

“In light of this situation, I really think it’s necessary to pass such a mandate,” Merkel said, adding that she would have voted for it if she were still a lawmaker.

The country has an almost 70% vaccine rate. I don’t know if Merkel will require the unvaccinated to wear anything for identification. But I have a feeling they’ll have to show their papers.

You know, Germany. Yeah…


Australia continues its overreaction to COVID. The police in Northern Territory (NT) arrested three teenagers for allegedly escaping a “voluntary” quarantine camp.

Have you seen these camps? It looks like Jonestown.

NT Chief Minister Michael Gunner said the three boys (aged 15,16, and 17) have been at the camp because they’re close contacts to those with COVID.

They fly these people to the camp in Darwin (yes, that’s the name of the community) from outside areas.

Gunner admitted time in quarantine is “pretty hard for some people…used to being close to family and community.”

The three teenagers will likely face more time in quarantine despite them posing a low risk and testing negative:

He said the escape could mean an extension of the time the teenagers were required to stay in quarantine.

“Absconding from Howard Springs isn’t just dangerous — it is incredibly stupid,” he said.

“Because we will catch you and there will be consequences.”

Another man escaped a few days ago. They’re investigating the incident because no one could want freedom, right? Now they’re installing more CCTV cameras in the camp.

NT Police Commissioner Chalker said he will discuss with the health team about allowing the people to have “more contact to combat the isolation:”

He also said health teams would discuss whether some people in the facility could have more contact to combat the isolation that “may [have been] a trigger” for the young people’s escape.

“I also want to point to the overwhelming compliance that we’ve had, given several hundred people have been placed into the Centre of National Resilience linked to the clusters from Robinson River, Katherine, Binjari and Rockhole,” he said.

“That compliance continues to be a testament to the large majority.”

Um, how about you let them go? This is crazy. No one is falling for the propaganda.


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2smartforlibs | December 2, 2021 at 3:22 pm

So the relocations to the Ghettos are underway. Property confiscation is next.

What was comedy in the 60’s is now calamity… It’s a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World” … V2.0

The epidemiological relevance of the COVID-19-vaccinated population is increasing

Many decisionmakers assume that the vaccinated can be excluded as a source of transmission. It appears to be grossly negligent to ignore the vaccinated population as a possible and relevant source of transmission when deciding about public health control measures.

In Israel a nosocomial outbreak was reported involving 16 healthcare workers, 23 exposed patients and two family members. The source was a fully vaccinated COVID-19 patient. The vaccination rate was 96.2% among all exposed individuals (151 healthcare workers and 97 patients). Fourteen fully vaccinated patients became severely ill or died, the two unvaccinated patients developed mild disease [[4]]

Silent spread.

It would be interesting to see honest polling on this, but I have a feeling that a majority approve of the government’s establishment of concentration camps and forced imprisonment. Never underestimate the toxic effect “safetyism” can have on a nation, and the willingness of people to imprison, terrorize, torture, and murder other people if they think it gives them the opportunity to loudly and publicly virtue signal.

Sometimes societies become too stupid and evil to survive. Australia seems to have reach that point.

    It worked for Manzanar in the US, abetted by a far-left US President. In the weeks after 9/11, opinion polls showed a majority of Americans perfectly willing to do the same thing to Muslims; however, the administration wasn’t far-left and never proposed it (coincidence or significant?).

    I am reminded of the massive truth-bomb contained in one of my favorite editorial cartoons. You can change the sign to almost any subject you like: “public health,” “gun control,” “economic policy,” “race relations.” This is the original reason we are a republic and not a democracy.

The Friendly Grizzly | December 2, 2021 at 4:19 pm

“Darwin, yes that is the name of the community…“

All well and good. Will the new communities in Germany have quaint little names like Sachsenhausen and Dachau?

    The British created the first modern day concentration camps in their battle with the Boers. Something about apples not falling far from the tree. Can’t joke about FEMA camps can we?

      Milhouse in reply to alaskabob. | December 2, 2021 at 9:59 pm

      Yes, but those were actual concentration camps, and there’s nothing wrong with those. It was the nazis who used the term as a euphemism for slave labor camps and death camps, and that’s why the term gained such a negative connotation that it didn’t have before.

        Just a note, I would probably not be happy with any concentration camp on American soil. Even if it’s call Happy Day Camps of Big Fun. Forcing people into camps, no matter what their name, never ends well. No American should ever agree to be shipped off to such Big Fun camps and should resist most vigorously any such attempts.

          scooterjay in reply to Fuzzy Slippers. | December 2, 2021 at 10:48 pm

          I will shed my blood, give up my life before entering one as I have no intention of living the rest of my life in a gulag…and I can guarantee anyone that supports this insane idea will join me in bloodshed. I think that is the end game….elective population thinning.

          Subotai Bahadur in reply to Fuzzy Slippers. | December 2, 2021 at 11:54 pm

          During the 1950’s there were camps prepared in case supporters of Communism were rounded up. I suggest that you research the “McCarran Internal Security Act of 1950”.

          Attention is drawn to Title II, “Emergency Detention”. I used to have a map of where the camps were on standby. There were a lot of them.

          Just in passing, one of the things that could get you sent to a camp was living in a household where mail was received from certain Communist countries. Long before I could read English, let alone Chinese, my dad got family mail from China. Keep in mind that mine is one of the numerically most common of Chinese surnames. The first time we got such a letter, it was accompanied by a form my dad had to sign saying he wanted to receive it. So I assume I was on the list. Later, Chinese families would have their mail forwarded through family in Canada.

          Just noting in passing that McCarran was a Democrat senator, and it is Democrats who are eager to suppress anyone who disagrees with them.

          Subotai Bahadur

          henrybowman in reply to Fuzzy Slippers. | December 3, 2021 at 1:32 am

          Your fight of fancy reminds me that just a few months ago, people who paid big bux to ship themselves to a happy big fun camp (Shanghai Disneyland) all got locked inside, and were let out only after they had passed a COVID test given by government authorities.
          Fuzzy, you have entered the Babylon Bee Zone (where reality is already more dystopic than fancy).

          So what are you supposed to do with a civilian population that needs to be cleared out of the way of military operations, both for their own safety and especially if they are sympathetic to the enemy and if left in place are likely to give the enemy material support? Putting them in camps until the military operation is over seems like the only practical solution. The only alternative would seem to be to treat them as enemy forces, which the laws of war forbid.

          Completely agree–if we allow such camps, then we have given up many, many Constitutional freedoms–I am not going voluntarily to any such thing; and the mistake the Aussies made was to go along with ridiculous infringements on their rights, to the point that their govt literally thinks they can do anything and get away with it–and apparently they can.

        scooterjay in reply to Milhouse. | December 2, 2021 at 10:45 pm

        Okay. I’ll follow you in.

        Evil Otto in reply to Milhouse. | December 3, 2021 at 5:56 am

        You have no idea what you’re talking about. Concentration camps have always had terrible reputations, back from the reconcentración camps created by Spain in Cuba before the Spanish-American War. Tens of thousands died in those, and the American public was outraged (and ready for the eventual war when the Maine sunk). Tens of thousands more died in the Boer War in British camps of starvation and disease.

        Yes you toad, there’s something wrong with those. There always has been. And they’ve always had a negative connotation.

        No due process is ok? Just gather people up and “concentrate” them in a holding area?

          There is no such thing as “due process” on a battlefield.

          @Millhouse: no one was talking about battle fields until you brought it up. You are engaged in a different conversation.

          Subotai Bahadur in reply to Pasadena Phil. | December 3, 2021 at 11:22 pm

          In reply to Milhouse below at 11:56 hrs., if it is a battlefield, then it is a war and any measures to resist actions by the enemy [and those being arrested get to determine who the enemy is] are justified. No due process means that there is no Social Contract and other than compulsion there is no reason to obey the government in anything. Dance cards are filling up worldwide.

          Subotai Bahadur

        alaskabob in reply to Milhouse. | December 3, 2021 at 1:35 pm

        The original German concentration camps were not full on with the Final Solution. As for “nothing wrong” with those British camps, I beg to differ as there was significant suffering and used as a weapon against the general Boer population. The euphemism there was “clearing non-combatants” from the battle zone while really incarcerating relatives of the Boer fighters as hostages. It wouldn’t be too far off in equating the Boer camps with the earliest German camps. After that, though, and everything goes full tilt evil in Germany.

    Doesn’t surprise me. Germany (its political leaders, at least) does not seem to have entirely thrown off its Nazi past. You can see it in the current chancellor’s totalitarian instincts.

    “Always after a defeat and a respite,” says Gandalf, “the shadow takes another shape and grows again.”

    AnAdultInDiapers in reply to The Friendly Grizzly. | December 3, 2021 at 3:40 am

    The camp is at Howard Springs near Darwin and is called the Centre of National Resilience.

    Darwin is the state capital of the Northern Territory, a state larger than Texas and (for the benefit of the comparison made by someone else) predates the Boer War.

    Quite what the article thinks is ‘the community’ is unclear.

So Frau Merkel 🇩🇪 wishes to tighten the WUHAN 🇨🇳 flu screws even further but is happy to have thousands of unvaccinated Muslims simply walk into Europe and Germany.

Merkel’s fear is uncalled for as Germany has many ICU beds and never was even close during previous Wuhan Flu waves to filling all of these beds. In Germany politicians become very scared when ICU numbers reach 10% capacity.

It is Italy 🇮🇹 where the dead lie unburried in their thousands in Palermo and Naples.

These people are flouting the Fugitive Aborigine Law!
Any citizen aiding or abetting them, or participating in the so-called “Underground Road Train” will be horsewhipped!
“Quarantine Today! Quarantine Tomorrow! Quarantine Forever!”
(BG music rising: a lone fife, playing a Dixie/Matilda mashup.)

    If I were an Australian aborigine, I would not be willing to take this vaccine. Same with anyone in Africa. I won’t even think of considering changing my mind until the pharmaceutical companies are held legally liable for the adverse affects (and they are growing fast despite the clamp down on information).

    And very credible reports continue to flow out of China that the Wuhan lab has been working on a much more fatal virus that can be targeted to specific genetic factors like race and ethnicity. A Malthusian fantasy tool that would make Margaret Sanger drool. Finally, the Master Race can rid itself of all of us defectives and undesirables. Or as the cackling Cankles Clinton would say, “the deplorables”. They may have found the “final solution” they’ve been dreaming about for so long.

    I don’t know how much more evidence is needed to get everyone alarmed. They hate us, they are telling us they hate us, they have stripped us of our constitutional rights… And we are surrounded by creepy people who believe that this is a good thing and feel empowered to bring the rest of us to heel. I’m glad I’m not twenty years old. Pretty bleak future if we just let it happen.

The only reason this hasn’t happened in the US is because of the million of privately owned firearms. I’m not convinced it won’t happen in the future though. It’s one thing to have firearms. The will to use them in the face of tyranny is another.

Tunneling is the best way out, seen it in a movie once,
or 50 times

It’s a matter of time until the Marxists figure out feeding none working prisoners is a loser, then once slave labor is needed will open up more camps to feed the system.

Data from around the world indicate that it is actually the vaccinated who are getting sick, ending up in hospital and dying in large numbers compared to the unvaccinated. They’re transmitting the virus to others on the way. That heavily-vaccinated countries, like Germany, are also reporting high rates of infection is even more evidence.

These “experts” want you to believe that if everyone gets vaccinated, everyone will be protected from COVID. Yet, they also assume that the unvaccinated can infect everyone, even those who have been vaccinated.

Well, does the vaccine protect you or not? If it does, why discriminate against the unvaccinated? If you got the vaccine, you are safe and cannot get sick, right? You should be able to hug the unvaccinated, or even someone who is sick with COVID, and be immune.

If the vaccine doesn’t protect you, why bother with these tyrannical rules anyway? You might as well leave everyone alone to go about their lives normally.

    henrybowman in reply to Idonttweet. | December 2, 2021 at 6:44 pm

    Gibraltar is probably the best example. They have a vaccination rate that actually exceeds 100% (139.5% at last count — because many nonresidents travel there just to get the vax). They also have a COVID infection rate that is fifth highest in the world. They’re talking about cancelling Christmas celebrations.

    gonzotx in reply to Idonttweet. | December 2, 2021 at 8:13 pm

    This should be shouted loud and clear 24/7

    nordic_prince in reply to Idonttweet. | December 3, 2021 at 8:43 am

    They want to impose “health” on the subscription plan, taking a cue from software companies that now offer their products strictly via subscription. It’s a boon to their bottom line.

    And hey, if the shots just happen to destroy your natural immune system over time, all the better. Get your customers hooked like a junkie on your product, and you’ve got customers for life, or at least until they kick the bucket because of “vaxx”-induced myocarditis, thrombosis, or cardiomyopathy.

Japanese citizens on our West coast might pay close attention.

“Absconding from Howard Springs isn’t just dangerous — it is incredibly stupid,” he said. “Because we will catch you and there will be consequences.”

I couldn’t describe malum prohibitum more clearly if I tried.

These totalitarian pols are going to regret this. Sooner or later folks will no longer tolerate it and in ways big and small seek to hamper and overturn the regime.

Russ from Winterset | December 2, 2021 at 7:37 pm

How hard could it be to escape from a “voluntary” quarantine camp? You shouldn’t have to be Steve McQueen to find a way over the wire.

It’s a science fiction horror movie gone wrong

But for non-swamp GOP governors, it’d be happening here.

Fauci is literally a monster, loaded with bribes in his back pocket.

It’s kind of shocking how quickly Australia went full INGSOC. As far as Germany, I generally expect totalitarianism from them.

    henrybowman in reply to bobtuba. | December 3, 2021 at 1:39 am

    They even joke about it, and expect other countries to find it funny.

    (Scroll one page down to the Audi ad.)
    “Perhaps this is a cultural disconnect. Audi is, after all, a German company, and it’s quite possible that violence, arrest, and imprisonment falls squarely into the German tradition of lighthearted, neighborly persuasiveness.”

That isn’t a quarantine facility. If you run it like a prison, it’s a prison.

    henrybowman in reply to randian. | December 3, 2021 at 1:40 am

    Questions are a burden unto others.
    Answers are a prison for oneself.
    Welcome to The Village.
    Be seeing you.

AF_Chief_Master_Sgt | December 3, 2021 at 8:34 am

Germans are quite adept at building concentration camps to isolate undesirables.

The Germans used the pretext of an epidemic to push J OO Z and others into ghettos to “protect the public.”

It wasn’t long after that the Germans began to exterminate and experiment on those they had deemed enemies of the state.

Don’t think for a moment that it won’t happen in the US. The proverbial Karen’s and Maskholes will out their neighbors in a minute.

Conform or be cast out is their mantra.

And did they confiscate all the cell phones/cameras of the “voluntary” residents?