Australia’s shocking covidian authoritarianism exposed

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  • Fri, Sep 04, 2020 - 09:00am

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    Australia’s shocking covidian authoritarianism exposed

WTF??!?!?! When did Australia turn into Nazi Germany?:

https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/12560100/pregnant-woman-arrested-facebook-slamming-lockdown/

Competing with the NZ concentration camps for the most tyrannical Western country award:

A PREGNANT woman, 28, was arrested in her own home after allegedly inciting an anti-lockdown protest on Facebook.

Zoe Lee was handcuffed and charged with incitement in front of her children and partner at home while wearing her pyjamas in Victoria, Australia.

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Ms Lee said: “Excuse me, incitement for what, what on Earth?

“I’m in my pyjamas, my two kids are here.

“I have an ultrasound in an hour because I’m pregnant.”

She was arrested after posting in a since-deleted event on Facebook called “Freedom Day Ballarat.”

The offending post said: “Anyone from Ballarat please join us in our fight for freedom and human rights!”

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“How about she just doesn’t do the event? It’s not like she’s done it, she made a post,” he said.

Police were unmoved, telling her: “You’ve already committed the offence.”

Cops seized all electronic devices in the home, and Ms Lee was charged with later incitement released on bail to face Ballarat Magistrates Court on January 25 next year.

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Ballarat is in Stage Three of lockdown, making it illegal for more than two people to gather.

Police consider any protests to be in breach of these rules and have proved willing to arrest anyone organising or encouraging any gatherings.

Victoria Police claimed the protest Ms Lee was promoting would put lives at risk and anyone who showed up would be fined or arrested.

Ms Lee’s Facebook event coincided with what general anti-lockdown activists have dubbed “Freedom Day.”

Similar events have popped up around Melbourne as anger grows over its draconian Stage Four lockdown that won’t end until at least September 13.

However, Ms Lee’s “peaceful protest” even stressed that attendees follow restrictions like wearing masks and social distancing “so we don’t get arrested.”

The event page read: “As some of you may have seen, the government has gone to extreme measures and are using scare tactics through the media to prevent the Melbourne protest.

Wow, guess there must be thousands or at least hundreds of deaths from Covid every single day in Australia!

And how foolish of her to not have simply worn a BLM shirt!

A commenter writes:

“I lived briefly in Ballarat in my teens. The racist fascist cops even back in the 50’s there were like nazis and full of power trip and hate etc ! My sons are Australians I was a British immigrant and I can attest arrest of people depends on WHO you are and what cop or political connections you have etc ! That’s why the term Kangaroo court came from there ! The Aussie cops are among the world’s most corrupt !”

Styx’s analysis:

And Luke Rudkowski’s analysis:

  • Fri, Sep 04, 2020 - 10:29am

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    Pederasty legalized in Australia?

And THIS just happened in Victoria, the same jurisdiction as Ballarat:

‘Major victory’ for paedophiles as baffling law is passed that could see rape and sexual assault victims thrown into JAIL just for telling their stories

Victorian sexual assault survivors could be jailed for up to four months or face fines exceeding $3000 for telling their stories using their real names.

The Judicial Proceedings Reports Act was changed in February, prohibiting victims from identifying themselves publicly if their attacker has been found guilty.

The new law applies retrospectively, meaning victims who have lawfully spoken out previously are now censored from speaking out publicly. Media outlets who defy the law can also be prosecuted and face fines of up to $8,000.

The only way for victims to identify themselves and tell their stories is to obtain a court order – which is not only time consuming, but would cost more than $10,000 in legal fees.

As commenter ‘Sassy’ wrote: “This further endorses all the disgusting activities that are being revealed – it all beggars belief but so does just about everything that’s going on. I’ve seen some sick stuff recently, none sicker than the proposed COMPULSORY ‘all about me’ sex education where four-year-olds in English schools are to have lessons in how we touch our own and each others bodies under the new Relationships and Sex Education (RSE) programme which will become compulsory in September 2020. I mean, is all this for real? What is happening – surely this cannot be allowed. Our children’s lives and innocence are not only being compromised, this is no different to abuse.”

Beyond unbelievable! :O

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    AUS preg woman arrested in front of kids at home over FB post slamming lockdowns

I heard a report of this on the radio news. The police had been strongly criticised and were responding by saying that “we’re only doing our job. The government tells us to take actions and so we take them.” Bleat bleat. The premier of Victoria tried on a power grab recently, seeking to extend the state of emergency by 12 months, but was howled down.

Australians by and large are placid and put up with a lot of abuse. Good or bad? Depends.

While this affair is most unsavoury, the only way changes will be made is for the coarse, brutal and ugly side of things to be made obvious. And it is becoming obvious. People are indeed tiring of the state of emergency, the confinement, the destruction of livelihoods. The neoliberal-obsessed federal government is already committed to removing the job subsidy which so far has kept the economy barely alive, on the grounds that “we can’t afford it any more.” We can only wait and see what the public reaction will be.

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They arrested a gentleman in Queensland and confiscated his firearms for posting things on the internet about anti-lock down protests. He was charged with incitement. This was a day or so after the arrest of the pregnant woman.

They arrested another person in Victoria for posting things on the internet, he was charged with weapons offenses, i suspect the weapon was the replica lord of the rings sword that was shown in some of the photos (swords without a permit are illegal in Victoria). He was also charged with incitement, his action was to post things on the internet regarding an anti-lock down protest. A magistrate issued a warrant for a search of his house and his arrest. His computers and phones were seized as evidence. This arrest was yesterday.

They arrested a young woman a few months back for posting videos on Youtube for objecting to the lock downs. She was near the border of Victoria and posted videos mocking the new lock down laws.

At this point in time, posting certain things on the internet in Australia will in all probability get you arrested. I looked at the reddit thread about the arrests and came to the conclusion that 99% of people are OK with the arrests for writing dumb things on the internet. There was no real backlash or outrage over arresting people for voicing an opinion on the internet, no matter how well thought out or how stupid. There was an occasional thoughtful post very carefully worded with 10 or so likes, as the counter argument there was plenty of posts saying protesters should be killed with 700 or so likes.

I think Australia just crossed the Rubicon. I’m going off grid, time to get off anything that will flag me, no more zero hedge, no more peak prosperity, I would suggest you do the same.

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    How to surf anonymously / avoid identification

I think Australia just crossed the Rubicon. I’m going off grid, time to get off anything that will flag me, no more zero hedge, no more peak prosperity, I would suggest you do the same.

If y’all do that and don’t fight for your freedom, you might have to say goodbye to it.

You can surf anonymously btw, via anonymizing networks such as Tor. All you have to do is download and install TorBrowser (free) or use a VPN (research first, cheapest options often no good), maybe register a new username (if you ever left clues as to your identity), and you’re all set to post anywhere and anything you want.

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    AUS preg woman arrested in front of kids at home over FB post slamming lockdowns

Regarding using the internet anonymously, you really can’t, at least not in Australia. There are so few tor users and so many of them are actually asis/asio/federal/state police that tor nodes are functionally exposed, it’s an open secret in the security/IT sectors. The federal police turn a blind eye to most drug purchases but do large raids on firearms dealers every so often based on their TOR history, a significant amount of US data on tor activity comes from Australia as part of five eyes, the nodes being exposed over here exposes it over there as well. Search for the Carnegie Melon TOR issue back in 2015 if you want to learn more.

For what it is worth I was a technical specialist for telecoms for 20 years, just retired, network engineer and advanced telecoms network engineer and I write in three computer languages. I tried to make an anonymous computer a few years back but gave up, with big data now days it’s too easy to finger print, take this example, a fresh computer with a clean operating system just installed an updated and nothing other installed than a browser, if I go to a web page it will log my screen resolution, log my MAC, log the version of the browser, log the version of the OS, that’s four points of reference, add in the search queries, and the common web pages and the time of day you use the computer and you can easily add up to 10-15 points of reference, all of which can be used to identify you, VPN, or TOR aside, someone from the government with the tools that exist can find you if they have enough reason to, it’s more about not giving them a reason to search.

Farewell, be safe, don’t give them a reason to lock you up.

  • Mon, Sep 07, 2020 - 07:35am

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    Is Tor safe?

That Carnegie Melon TOR issue was a security issue from 2015, it’s fixed/improved now, isn’t it? (“The Tor group has since patched the security hole, and promised to further toughen security in the near term.”)

now days it’s too easy to finger print, take this example, a fresh computer with a clean operating system just installed an updated and nothing other installed than a browser, if I go to a web page it will log my screen resolution, log my MAC, log the version of the browser, log the version of the OS, that’s four points of reference, add in the search queries, and the common web pages and the time of day you use the computer and you can easily add up to 10-15 points of reference

But that’s with regular browsers; TorBrowser normalizes all those fingerprints, and you can check how “fingerprintable” you are on https://panopticlick.eff.org/

And in no way would they know what or where you are posting. As I understand it, it shouldn’t matter if every exit node in Oz is run by AFP, as, so long as you don’t leave clues as to your identity, they’d still have a bunch of onion layers to peel through to ever identify you, provided their fingerprinting ability is low, as it should be if using TorBrowser. And it’s not like you’d be some ISIS plotter or major drug or firearms dealer, you’re just a citizen expressing your right to freedom of speech, you’d be a minor target, and they wouldn’t even know how to look for you. You can also use VPN+Tor for another layer of security.

We HAVE the tools, don’t let them have us thinking that we don’t!

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    Freedom Day protesters in Sydney in solidarity with Vic anti-lockdown protesters

Let’s remember that police allowed tens of thousands to march in support of Black Lives Matter in June!

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    AUSTRALIA’S SHAME: Melbourne police bodyslam reporter Avi Yemini

Nazi-like cops pushed by hysterical NPC victims of MSM terrorism illegally arrest a Jewish reporter <— [if we were the MSM this is the headline we’d use, LOL]:

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    Victoria cops go ‘zero to nuclear’ in latest footage of police overreach

What’s going on with police down under??

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