Australia has gone absolutely insane. You may recall that we reported last month that Australia had lost its mind and has actually put in place concentration quarantine camps to gather up all of the people who contract COVID.

The Australian government has been relocating Australians who live in the Northern Territory who are positive to “quarantine camps”. Back in my day, we called them concentration camps, but that name brings negative connotations along with it nowadays.

Not only that, but those who are deemed as their close contacts are also being sent to these camps as well.

Last week, three teenagers scaled a fence to escape the camp.

Police say the three scaled a fence at the facility but have since been captured and arrested after a foot chase. Police identified the three as teenagers — ages 15, 16 and 17 — who tested negative for the virus after being apprehended.

Police said they don’t think the teens came into contact with any members of the community.

Northern Territory Chief Minister Michael Gunner said all three teens were from the Binjari community near the Katherine region of the Northern Territory and had been moved into quarantine as close contacts of positive cases, according to the Australian Broadcasting Corporation.

This wasn’t even the first time that somebody escaped from the quarantine camp. There was a 27-year-old man who climbed the fence to escape just a last week as well.

They say that this is a voluntary camp, but if that was really the case, then why did they have to escape in the first place? And why were they arrested and brought back if it was just a voluntary camp.

Again, this is all because of 200,000 cases since the beginning of 2020, and less than 2,000 deaths. Most people have only mild symptoms and don’t need any hospitalization or much to help them get over the virus, so they can’t make the argument that this is for their own good. Instead, it causes undue stress which can make things worse.

Western Journal


Daniel is a conservative syndicated opinion writer and amateur theologian. He writes about topics of politics, culture, freedom, and faith.

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