ER Editor: This is a very bizarre story indeed. Australia finally gets to use one of its quarantine camps but under the most truly bogus of circumstances.
What’s odd about this story is that the Northern Territories government, led by extremist Peter Gunner, is alarmed about so-called ‘Covid cases’ in the tiny aboriginal community of Binjari, several kilometers from a small place called Katherine in literally the middle of nowhere (see map below). This is extremely low-hanging fruit to demonstrate a point. Does Binjari have a lot of desperately sick people? No. It’s merely had ‘traces of the virus [ ] detected in rainwater’ according to ABC News (NT COVID cluster causing concern among Binjari residents after positive wastewater result):
To amplify the point, this is the geography of the area. Darwin is north-west, on the coast:
We’ve reported on Northern Territories governor, Peter Gunner before. See The Madness Down Under Ramps Up (featured meme below), where Gunner was introducing at least one mandatory vaccine for all workers by the middle of October or else face a $5,000 fine. A total zealot, he’s the perfect choice for the state that imposes the most ridiculous restrictions on its citizens. Now we have SUSPECTED COVID in the water of a tiny community that is geographically SELF-ISOLATING anyway, without the need for any camp. Much simpler than taking anybody to the Howard Springs quarantine camp (pictured below), located near Darwin, about 200 miles away.
This Zerohedge report notes that 9 people have been identified in Binjari; the community of Rockhole near Katharine has been affected, too. See this story about current temperatures there: Residents battling 40 degree heat in Katherine, Binjari and Rockhole COVID-19 lockdowns.
As a respiratory virus, wasn’t Covid not supposed to survive beyond around 21 degrees celsius?
Breaking: Australian Army Begins Transferring Contacts of COVID-19 Positive Cases To Quarantine Camps
PATRICIA HARRITY for THE EXPOSE
In an appalling breach of human rights, 38 indigenous Australians in the Northern Territory have been hauled into quarantine camps by the army.
The Australian army has begun forcibly removing residents in the Northern Territories to the Howard Springs quarantine camp located in Darwin after nine new Covid-19 cases were identified in the community of Binjari. The move comes after hard lockdowns were instituted in the communities of both Binjari and nearby Rockhole on Saturday night.
Northern Territory Chief Minister Michael Gunner announced today that the “Residents of Binjari and Rockhole no longer have the five reasons to leave their homes,.” The five allowable reasons to avoid lockdown that he referred to are buying food and supplies, exercising for up to two hours, care or caregiving, work, or education. It is a case of if it can’t be done from home, and to get vaccinated at the nearest possible location.
“They can only leave for medical treatment, in an emergency, or as required by law.” says Gunner, he continues that “It’s highly likely that more residents will be transferred to Howard Springs today, either as positive cases or close contacts,” adding “We have already identified 38 close contacts from Binjari but that number will go up. Those 38 are being transferred now.”
Gunner said that he had contacted the Prime Minister last night and that they are grateful for the support of about 20 ADF personnel, as well as army trucks to assist with the transfer of positive cases and close contacts – and to support the communities. He also said “We are doing an assessment today of what extra resources we might need from the Feds, and the Prime Minister is ready to help further – I thank him for that.”
The video below shows the Northern Territory Chief Minister Michael Gunner as he announces the news.
There are two mandatory supervised quarantine facilities in the Northern Territory; Centre for National Resilience in Howard Springs, Darwin, and the Alice Springs Quarantine Facility, Alice Springs. As stated on the Northern Territory Government website, A person in quarantine must;
- stay in the person’s allocated room, including on any veranda space allocated to the room, unless permitted by an authorised officer; and
- when not in their room, or on their veranda, residents must take all reasonable measures to stay at least 1.5 metres away from any other person in the quarantine facility, except for the person’s spouse, de facto partner, child or parent; and
- wear a face mask when outside their room unless an authorised officer permits the person to remove the face mask; and
- comply with any directions given by an authorised officer to avoid people congregating in a quarantine zone; and
- must not leave the quarantine zone in which the person’s allocated room is located unless the person is escorted by an authorised officer, except in an emergency.
Chief Health Officer Direction 52 of 2021 sets out what a person must do when in quarantine at the Centre for National Resilience and at Alice Springs Quarantine Facility. This direction is law – every person in quarantine must do what the Direction says. If a person does not follow the Direction, the Northern Territory Police may issue an Infringement Notice with a financial penalty. (Source)
The Northern Territory as of today, November 22nd, 2021, has a total of 38 “Cases” of what they deem to be COVID-19, which makes it even more blatantly obvious that the excessive new measure has nothing to do with a virus.
Featured image of Howard Springs quarantine facility: HVAC&RNews
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