On Thursday’s episode of his show FOX news host Tucker Carlson began by discussing the extreme oppression currently occurring in the country of Australia, a state once considered free now turned into an Orwellian nightmare.
Carlson began the monologue discussing his coverage of China’s extreme tyranny in the wake of COVID-19 back in March of 2020 before saying that Australia’s police state today virtually mirrors that of China at the beginning of the pandemic.
A scene that then played featured an Australian man being arrested by police. The reason for his arrest? Walking a block away from his house – apparently the Australian no longer allows that. Police also told the man that he was arrested for not wearing a mask outdoors and that his claim that he took it off in order to smoke a cigarette is not a viable excuse.
The show also played various conferences in the Australian media, including one where an official in New South Wales sending a menacing message to citizens who have elected to not take the COVID-19 jab.
“The message to the unvaccinated is that you will not achieve any freedom unless you get vaccinated… there will be individuals [sic] who choose not to be vaccinated who will lose their freedoms on the 11th of October.”
Carlson pointed out that the earlier mentioned man, arrested for walking a block away from his house to smoke a cigarette, was never asked whether or not he had received a COVID-19 shot – suggesting that despite their claims Australian elites plan to take away the freedoms of all people, vaccinated or not.
Another official in New South Wales, a lady who is a health officer of the state explained Australia’s new goal out loud, emphatically saying the term ‘New World Order.’
“We will be looking at what contact tracing looks like in the new world order, yes it will be pubs and clubs and other things if we have a positive case there.”
“The ‘new world order!’” Tucker laughed. “She said it out loud!”
“This is a really interesting story, what’s happening in Australia, and what it means for the rest of the anglosphere very much including us… maybe that’s why globally most media organizations have refused to cover it, that comment, the one you just saw.”
The news host then offered some food for thought upon the segment’s conclusion.
“It’s possible what’s happening in Australia might be instructive to us in the United States. In just two years the Australian police went from rating newsrooms to beating people in the streets…”
“One moment the English-speaking world is mocking China for being dystopian and autocratic, the next moment they’re aping China and hunting people down who are two blocks from their own homes and smoking a cigarette.”