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Australia: Model for the New World Order

Australia: Model for the New World Order
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If you have been unaware of what has happened in the land Down Under, Australia has become a police state. The police force in Australia has been used to enforce draconian government mandates. This has resulted in division between the governing authorities and the citizenry, along with the creation of two classes of citizens – the vaccinated and the unvaccinated. This is the goal of the New World Order – to create fear, mistrust, and division in society resulting in chaos and the ultimate restructuring of society. Ardo Ab Chao which is Latin for "order out of chaos" is their ultimate goal.

You never let a serious crisis go to waste. And what I mean by that it's an opportunity to do things you think you could not do before.                   Rahm Emanuel, former Mayor of Chicago

If you want your life to continue close to normal, get your jab. For vaccinated people, the check-in app will basically be your freedom pass. For people who make the choice to not get vaccinated, no vax means no freedom pass. We're working with other governments now to get this technology ready. As well as making sure vaccinated people without access to apps or QR codes can still have a freedom pass.




The state of South Australia has developed an app to enforce covid home quarantines. The app will contact people at random asking them to provide proof of their location within 15 minutes. If they fail to do so, the health department will notify the police who will send officers to their homes to check on them. State police will fine up to $3,700, anyone breaching stay-at-home orders or for lying to contract-tracing officials.

Unrestricted travel is a hallmark of a free society, but such is no longer the case as Australians can barely leave the country. Travel has also been cut off between states, creating an arbitrary patchwork of states trying to isolate themselves from covid cases elsewhere.

Those who would give up essential Liberty, to purchase a little temporary Safety, deserve neither Liberty nor Safety.                    Benjamin Franklin