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COVID Camps

COVID Camps

Australia's COVID Camps


When it comes to COVID, there are a lot of different opinions on vaccines, treatment, masks, quarantines, etc. But what remains to be seen is if the United States will follow Australia's lead in making vaccines a legal requirement and creating quarantine camps for the unvaccinated.


With the news of the latest Omicron COVID variant, Australia is setting up quarantine camps for unvaccinated travelers. Additionally, other facilities are being constructed for those who have been exposed to the virus.


Two weeks ago, it was also announced that Australia will be making COVID vaccinations a legal requirement starting in February 2022. Germany is considering similar measures.


Rabbi Yosef Berger, the rabbi of King David’s Tomb on Mount Zion, recently noted "When the pandemic began less than two years ago, people who predicted camps and forced inoculations were called conspiracy theorists." But here we are. Now instead of "conspiracy theorist," those who oppose these new measures are called "extremists." In the picture above, Australian police are arresting a woman who was protesting the new COVID measures.


But while we are on the subject of deadly pandemics, did you hear that earlier this month 15 "questionable vials" labeled "smallpox" were found in a freezer at a Merck facility outside of Philadelphia? This is particularly interesting since less than two weeks before that Bill Gates called for an international task force to prepare for a smallpox bioterror attack. He warned of a possible threat of "bioterrorists releasing smallpox at 10 airports."


It will be interesting to see if Mr. Gates' warning comes true kind of like the Event 201 pandemic exercise he took part in on Oct 18, 2019 in New York, right before COVID began to spread worldwide.


By: Jan Weihl, Living Word Ministries, 12.01.2021


Sources: 

  1. Adam Eliyahu Berkowitz, "Is the Pre-Messiah Plague of Boils Lurking in a Military Lab Waiting to Get Out?", Israel365news.com, 11.22.2021

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