Australia Loads Up Aborigines on Army Trucks, Dumps Them in Isolation Camps
Relax, it's a totally non-racist roundup of Aborigines by a white government
Northern Territory government has confined two Aboriginal communities to mass house arrest. No one in the extraordinarily remote settlements of Binjari and Rockhole may set foot outside “except in an emergency or for medical treatment”
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Additionally, those who “tested positive” or their “contacts” were loaded onto army trucks and taken to remote isolation camps. 47 people in total (9 positives and 38 “contacts”.)
Or course, this was all taken out of the great concern and compassion the Michael Gunner government has for the Aboriginal community. In fact, we could say it is precisely the great sorrow over historic injustices of the white government against Australia’s indigenous that moves the officials in 2021 to engage with them with such sensitivity to their dignity and autonomy.
Sensitivity that is not warranted since as largely unvaccinated they don’t actually count as people.
It’s about time these non-cooperative minorities got put in their place.
“Binjari is a low vaccination community, nine positive cases in one day and one is in hospital,” Mr Gunner added.
“Binjari has a smaller population than Robinson River. Please get vaccinated, once you catch the virus that will be too late. We need you to get the vaccine now.”
South Australia thinks these totally non-racist camps especially for colored people are a great idea they just have to copy. Because they’re so compassionate you understand:
SA Health plans regional quarantine camps for Indigenous close contacts
Health authorities in South Australia are racing to organise quarantine “camps” for Aboriginal people unable to quarantine at home.
“It has been identified that facilities would be required for the quarantining of persons who would otherwise be unable to home quarantine due to their living circumstances,” the tender document stated.
“Some Aboriginal communities’ sociocultural practices may place them at higher risk of transmission because they involve mobilisation and participation in communal cultural activities,” the health document said.
Kidnapping people for their own good — what could be nobler??