The government of Australia is honoring their true heritage.
They began as a prison colony, flirted with freedom for a brief moment, and are now going back to their roots as a prison colony.
I cannot begin to express my outrage at what is going on in Australia at the current moment, but those familiar with my writing know exactly how I feel.
Their treatment of tennis phenom Novak Djokovic doesn’t even approach the list of the most heinous crimes and actions committed by the Australian regime since the start of this pandemic, but it is outraging nonetheless.
According to the latest reports, Australia has canceled Djokovic’s visa yet again, and the tennis star is potentially facing detainment for a 2nd time now.
The regime has even gone so far as to confiscate signs from Djokovic fans—a brazen symptom of the thought policing and state propaganda present in Australian society right now.
To the Australian authorities I say this: the world is watching, and we will not soon forget; we will eventually reel from this crisis and the assault on human liberty, we will emerge victorious and stronger—you won’t.
I wonder how many refugees or Australian ex-pats will be minted once the dust settles; I have said it many times, and I will say it again: just like infidelity in a marriage some things just can’t be fixed.
Once certain choices are made, once certain paths are embarked upon there is no going back—have fun becoming a 3rd world country as the industrialized nations of the West look down upon you.
Here’s more on the story:
Just The News reports:
“Today I exercised my power under section 133C(3) of the Migration Act to cancel the visa held by Mr Novak Djokovic on health and good order grounds, on the basis that it was in the public interest to do so,” Hawke said in a statement.
The Hill states:
Hawke said that he made the decision after he had “carefully considered information” that he had been given by the Serbian tennis star, Australian Border Force and Department of Home Affairs.
“The Morrison Government is firmly committed to protecting Australia’s borders, particularly in relation to the COVID-19 pandemic,” Hawke said.