Australia, as we once knew it, no longer exists. Australians are no longer ‘young and free.’ Instead, Australians are discriminated against, pitted against each other, blackmailed, pressured, beaten, and stripped of their rights.
It has become a country where you can no longer move and speak freely. Protesting is prohibited, police officers must enforce controversial measures to keep their jobs, and police shoot protesters in the back as they run away. Doctors and nurses who speak out lose their license to practice medicine, and others lose their jobs if they refuse “the jab.” More and more children are isolated and attempting suicide.
We Are A Broken Nation
People must show vaccination papers if they want to go shopping and must first ask permission to travel to another state. In addition, Members of Parliament critical of the state’s measures are censored and vilified. Pregnant women are arrested for social media posts and activists who fight for democracy, end up in jail. Human rights in the most basic way, no longer exist.
“Australia can no longer fight for itself,” said Monica Smit, founder of Reignite Democracy Australia. “They have gagged, attacked, blackmailed, and psychologically damaged us. We are trying to fight this fight alone. The government has instilled so much fear into people that we have lost our vigor to fight. We are a broken nation.”
New legislation has been proposed in Victoria that would give its leader ultimate and arbitrary power to imprison political dissenters and even force medical testing and procedures, explains Smit. “Elections could be suspended. The country is in distress, and we need your help.”
Monica Smit and her organization are organizing a worldwide protest on December 4, “This is an official SOS message from my beautiful country. We beg you to heed our cry for help.” They are requesting that their government has:
- No more lockdowns
- No mandatory vaccinations or medical procedures
- No fines for businesses or individuals for “COVID safe” measures
- Open reasonable options for International Travel
If the above requests are not honored, they are hoping some countries can offer these solutions to Australians who no longer feel safe here:
- Expedite the safe return of your citizens who want to leave Australia.
- Extend an offer of asylum to a certain number of Australians.
“And although we will never give up, we need your help to continue our fight,” Smit begs. “We need help from our international friends.”
Polish MPs have already spoken out in support of Australia, Smit’s hope that more countries join them. The Polish leaders condemned Australia’s treatment of citizens, comparing its radical left-wing policies to that of North Korea.