(Big League Politics) – Australia has been a fascinating case study of the fall of a western nation, drawing the interest of many Americans who fear that “The Lucky Country’s” fate may foreshadow certain aspects of the United State’s future. Figures from the nation’s government have openly talked about a New World Order, forced registration to visit family, and are now building quarantine facilities. Australian citizen Hayley Hodgson was imprisoned and later released from one of those facilities, coming out with a story horrifying to many.
It all began when a friend of Hodgson tested positive for COVID-19. Investigators came to her home shortly afterwards, stalking her vehicle and running it in a government database to identify her as a ‘close contact.’ They exchanged words and informed Hodgson that she will be forcibly locked up in a COVID-19 prison concentration camp despite repeated negative tests.
“So then the police officers blocked my driveway,” she says. “I walked out and I said, “what’s going on, are you guys testing me for COVID? What’s happening?” They said, “no, you’re getting taken away. And you have no choice. You’re going to Howard Springs. You either come with us now, and we’ll put you in the back of the divvy van. Or you can have a choice to get a ‘COVID cab’… I just said, “I don’t consent to this. I don’t understand why I can’t just self-isolate at home, like a lot of other people are doing.” And they just said, “we’ve just been told from higher up where to take you. And that’s all that there is.”
She also shared a video from inside the facility showing an argument between her and a guard. Hodgson was repeatedly threatened with a 5,000 dollar fine and even offered a valium to calm herself down upon telling facility workers that she would like to go for a walk or jog outside of her small ‘quarantine room.’
It was also reported that those running the COVID-19 prison camps had vast oversight, possessing the power to extend the base 2-week imprisonment for any individual as they please. This brought Hodgson a great amount of distress, as the Australian woman and others at the facility could have their stays extended and explosive fines levied at them for violations as minor as stepping outside their room without proper permission.
“It doesn’t have to make sense. There has to be lines everywhere drawn, yeah? And one of the lines is you cannot leave your balcony and you cannot go to someone else’s. Whether it makes no sense or doesn’t seem right to you, that is the line, and that’s what the law is, and that’s how it goes.”
A statement made by an Austrlian prison guard to Hogson in response to questions surrounding the dracoanian COVID-19 camp protocol.
Hodgson was reportedly released from the facility after about two weeks. She did not test positive for COVID-19 during the entire ordeal, including before and after her imprisonment.