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Australia Breaks Apart: The Policing of the 2021 New South Wales Lockdowns

From Amnesty International During the COVID-19 pandemic, and particularly during periods of lockdown, police in Australia have been given unprecedented and extraordinary powers to enforce COVID-19 restrictions. From 25 June 2021, when Greater Sydney, the Blue Mountains, the Central Coast… Continue Reading →

Medical Apartheid: Australia Leads The World In Discrimination Against Its Own Citizens

By the New South Wales Government. Australia is already the laughing stock of the world for its absurd mishandling of the Covid panic and the extreme authoritarianism which has overtaken the country, including the most violent scenes ever witnessed on… Continue Reading →

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