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Noted in Passing: The Camps and the “Fugitives”

[Note how the word “fugitives”  in the first report has been carefully replaced with “wards” to render the Stasi searches of cars and citizens more palatable]

In Darwin’s international arrival quarantine facility, strict daily routines stop COVID-19’s spread   People are given three meals a day at the centre, which means, depending on capacity, staff can be tasked with serving more than 10,000 meals a week.

Quarantining in paradise [aka “Keep the cattle docile until the killing floors”]

Travellers who need to quarantine in Darwin are entitled to fresh air, conversation and exercise. Faced with lockdowns and hotel quarantine, these people say quarantining in the Top End was the obvious choice. Hot dinners are made daily by a local catering company working at the site. Cold breakfasts and lunches are delivered at the same time under strict conditions, catering director Amanda Swift said.

“Once we’ve packed those up, all 20-plus staff members go on-site and get a swab test done,” she said. “Then we come back to get the hot food from the kitchen and we pack it all up onto trollies and we streamline it … to try to feed everyone in under 2 hours. We get some beautiful feedback,” she added.

Teenagers from remote NT community arrested after escape from Howard Springs COVID quarantine facility

“This the first time we’ve had to use the centre for large numbers of people from an Aboriginal community, but it probably won’t be the last time,” he said. Since the confirmation of cases in the community of Robinson River and Katherine on November 15, positive cases and hundreds of household and other close contacts have been flown to the facility in Darwin to undertake quarantine.

Australian Police ARREST Three Binjari Quarantine Camp Escapees, Australia Pushes DESPERATE Cover Up

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  • Richard December 1, 2021, 9:17 AM

    Vaxx macht frei!
    So many superiors. *spit*

    • Anonymous December 2, 2021, 10:58 AM

      𝕳𝖊𝖎𝖑 𝕲𝖑𝖔𝖇𝖔𝖍𝖔𝖒𝖔!

  • Kevin in PA December 1, 2021, 9:29 AM

    Wow. Just amazing that a once free nation surrendered their guns some 25 years ago and well, here they are.

  • Tom Hyland December 1, 2021, 9:32 AM

    Click this link to read one the finest anti-totalitarian rants I’ve encountered lately. Australia, Austria, Britain and the former Land o’ the Free are mentioned here. Inspirational stuff. https://tinyurl.com/5ajyx8x9

    • Richard December 1, 2021, 9:46 AM

      Thanks for the link, Tom. Although I am not one who needs his position on any given issue affirmed, it is still pleasant to read something so eloquently expressed. This ongoing psyop has been a tremendous success for the various nefarious parties involved with its deployment. I wonder what they’ve cooked-up for us next time there’s an “accidental” release of a teeny-weeny nasty?

  • James ONeil December 1, 2021, 9:52 AM

    Visiting OZ for a month or so some 30-40 years ago, my impression was it was a lot like the US was 25 years previously, a cheerful, free wheeling country.

    Alas, unless we start tar and feathering, at the very least, our drooling ruling class the US will end up like today’s OZ in a few months or years.

    • Mike Austin December 2, 2021, 7:31 AM

      America will never be—can never be—like Australia or like the rest of the helot states. The reason is the obvious one. This is why our “elites” must, at all costs, get our guns. At all costs.

      The dream of the ruling class in every nation:

      “Comrades, turn in your weapons”. That worked well for the Native Americans.

  • ghostsniper December 1, 2021, 9:55 AM

    15 miles NE of me is Camp Atterbury an Army installation and this past summer they took in 7000 afghani “refuges”. They were housed in about 40 brand new buildings built in an unused place on the vast base. This past week I read that half of those “refuges” have been released to various places around the country and here in Brown County. By spring all of the “refugees” will be in their new relocation homes and those brand new buildings will be vacant. How do you suppose they are going to justify the cost of these buildings with no one using them? Keep in mind that none of us citizens were told about these new buildings before they were built and since the afghani thing happened kind of suddenly the construction of the buildings must have been happening before the “refuges” were moved into them. What was the original intent of the construction of these new buildings? Tan colored concrete block construction with dark green metal roofs that all look the same.

    • Tom Hyland December 1, 2021, 10:03 AM

      I read a theory of the possible future for the many abandoned discount malls built on the outskirts of cities everywhere. Notice that almost every mall has “decorative” watch towers built on a corner or two?

  • Mike Austin December 1, 2021, 11:04 AM

    I will state again what has been stated a million times: Do not give up your guns. When the Australians surrendered—a perfect word for what they did—their guns they ceased to be citizens and became slaves. Why am I not surprised that the Australian government now treats them like slaves?

    The Australians, the New Zealanders, the Europeans, the Canadians: nothing but cattle. From those “quarantine facilities” to the slaughter house is but a step. The fate of Western Civilization—the paltry piece of it that still shows signs of life—rests upon those 100 million Americans who possess guns.

    • Kevin in PA December 1, 2021, 12:10 PM


      Warning: I will shoot in the face anyone that tries to jab me against my will or corral me into some detention camp for failure to obey the edicts of a corrupt, illegitimate and rotten government.

      I do not make threats. Nor do I talk as a braggart. It is simply a warning and a promise.
      That is all.

  • Tom Hyland December 1, 2021, 11:58 AM

    Jack Kevorkian attempted to make physician-assisted suicide a legal matter here in the US but he ran into all kinds of trouble. However, it IS a legal service in Germany but now the latest requirement before you go to the great beyond is you have to be vaxxed beforehand. Reminds me of George Carlin when he noted about-to-be-executed prisoners get the arm swabbed with alcohol before the needle is injected. “You know… they don’t want you to go to hell AND be sick.”

    • Mike Austin December 1, 2021, 12:17 PM

      The governments of the West made the slaughter of the unborn a right that can never be rescinded. Now many European governments encourage the old to get state-sanctioned euthanasia. Kill the babies. Kill the old. Vaccinate all the rest. They will die later.

      Death and murder all around.

      • ghostsniper December 1, 2021, 12:42 PM

        We are entering the dark ages.

        Yesterday I installed 8 of these: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07GLHBYTM/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1
        …around the perimeter of our property – both sides and the rear. I have been using them in other functions for several years and they perform flawlessly.

        Each is screwed to a tree about 4′ above the ground and each is facing our house several hundred feet away. They are blindingly bright and have motion sensors that will turn the lights on when something triggers them from 8-10 feet away. With this placement anything that triggers them is on our property and trespassing. Wild animals are welcome. 2 legged animals are not. If something triggers them, now that the tree leaves are gone I will be able to see whomever or whatever it might be from the deck-porch that surrounds out house 360 degrees. Our house is elevated four to six feet above the ground and there is a rim joist at the bottom of the walls. I am going to install 8 more of those lights around the house on the rim joist facing out to the woods.

        When the perimeter lights are tripped I will be triggered, literally. When the rim lights are tripped all bets are off. 12ga’s and AR15’s and 2 slammed ammo boxes at all exterior doors as well as 1mil candlepower spotlights and thermal detectors.

        • Mike Austin December 1, 2021, 1:07 PM

          Ghost: You correctly mentioned “the dark ages”. What you have built is nothing less than a Medieval castle. All you lack is a moat—with crocodiles I hope. Remind me never to try and sneak up on you.

          • CC December 5, 2021, 2:11 PM

            No crocs or moat needed if you have Rottweilers…

        • MIKE GUENTHER December 1, 2021, 5:30 PM

          Those are great GS. I’ve got a few of them mounted in several places around our cabin.

        • John the River December 2, 2021, 3:38 AM

          Good luck with them. Personally I’ve given up on the solar outside lights. I read some of the reviews at the link and they confirm that after a year the solar collector gets so cloudy that it’s charging capacity drops swiftly. Same thing happened to every type and model I tried.
          Low-voltage transformer powered is what I’m trying next.

          • ghostsniper December 2, 2021, 7:10 AM

            You’re right about the luck part John. I have a decades long history of failed solar products. The same may be true with the ones I just installed yesterday. The only reason I bought these particular lights is that I bought them before, about 4 years ago, and installed them along the fence that contains the yard where my mutt does her night time business. They still work flawlessly, have the original rechargeable batteries, come on when the beam is broken and stay on for 30 seconds after the beam is unbroken. Once or twice a year I wipe the solar lenses with a damp rag and in the winter I brush off any snow or ice that collects on the lenses. Frankly I’m surprised at how good they’ve done.

            FWIW, amazon reviews, and their business practices, are way less than desirable and are getting worse all the time. I wouldn’t be surprised if the lights I just bought, from the same ad and same seller, fail shorty after the 30 day grace period while my old ones continue to work. Just about everything now a days is undependable, irresponsible, and unaccountable. Life outside the wire is a crap shoot in the 21st century US.

            • John the River December 2, 2021, 8:28 PM

              Helpful hint. I’ve restored some function to some of the solar units on the ramp by cleaning the solar collector with RainX Headlight Restorer. Clears the fogging that severely reduces the recharging of the unit.

  • Michael Haverfield December 1, 2021, 2:20 PM

    The Howard Springs Quarantine Centre is used the isolate Australian citizens that are returning from overseas. They stay for 14 days and are tested regularly test.
    Most of the people there were returning from Ind

  • Michael Haverfield December 1, 2021, 2:26 PM

    Most of the people returning were desperate to get home after the borders were shut in early 2020. They do it voluntarily but once there they are under isolation orders. I think there may be some Aboriginal people there from remote communities also. This is to stop the Whu Flu spreading through these place where the people are very susceptible to the virus.

  • Casey Klahn December 1, 2021, 3:36 PM

    Australia makes a pretty good penal colony, don’t you think? I note they’re also on expedition, now, to keep the Solomanders from refusing the vax.

    Next one sees a bouncing white orb, the size of a large automobile, bouncing onto view, with Xaxon final-level music playing loud over a loudspeaker.

    In the next frame, a Chinese overlord whose head is defiladed by a screen, and in whose lap is a large fluffy cat. He talks to you through a microphone and speaker: “Mister (insert your name or prefix and name here) Klahn. Did you really think that you’d be allowed to think and act freely in the new world? What we’re doing is for the collective good; your individual interests are now subsumed into the State. Please refrain from screaming when the men place you in the box…”

    I awake in a Vietnam Tiger Cage, submersed in 5.5″ feet of river water, with my mouth just above the surface if I tilt my head back. Overhead I hear the sound of heavy stepping on the bamboo floor, and the sound of struggling. Someone laughs hysterically, and there are muffled angry words.

    I sleep a few minutes, and then the nightmare begins again. The boxcar doors slam closed, slowly and bumpy in a track filled with debris. I am only aware of human odor and of elbows and shoe soles crammed in my face. It is impossible to breath the fetid air in the great heat and with dozens of mouths choking for air at the same time. The train car begins to move.

    I am in a never ending nightmare. The next scene has me splayed out on a wooden wheel, tied by the feet and wrists, and the wheel is 25 feet in the air atop a pole. The pole and wheel are slowly brought to the ground, but near the end of the arc it plunges in a skull-thumping crash to the hard earth. Shadowy figures start to probe and prod my naked flesh, and they wear plague masks with very long noses. They giggle and grunt as they torment me. Then, a tall man parts the mob and places his boot directly over my mouth, nose and eyes. I nw have a boot stomping on my face.


  • Zaphod December 1, 2021, 3:43 PM

    Tired: Australia is locking up its citizens in camps.
    Wired: These three inmates are Abos. (Like proverbial bus load of lawyers going over a cliff: a Start.)

  • Dirk December 1, 2021, 3:53 PM

    Na, most here will get on the bus, it’s easier, and “ They” are having cocktail hour nightly, 2 for 1, nightly.

    Don’t forget while your gone, an afganny family or hispanic family are being move into your Casa, turn key is what their telling the felony border crossers.

    History’s repeating, nothing new here.

    Tic Toc.


    • ghostsniper December 1, 2021, 5:42 PM

      I was a 12b in the army, look it up.
      If some how my wife and I are forcibly removed from our home immediately afterward it will be reduced flaming splinters. I won’t go peacefully and there will be nothing of value where I was. This is sort of self explanatory when you strip away the hubris and think about it.

      Natural law provides self ownership to everyone, so if someone claims to own you then they automatically forfeit that right for their self, but you have to be able to enforce that law or die trying. There is no other way.

      • Casey Klahn December 1, 2021, 6:43 PM

        12B Ghost: how much dynamite to crater a gravel road if placed in the culvert?

        • Gordon Scott December 1, 2021, 7:45 PM

          Let us talk about the culvert. Is it corrugated steel? RCP Class 3, 4 or 5? I know that Class 3, set properly with the top of the outside even with the road surface, will support pretty much any vehicle. Classes 4 and 5 are stronger and yet stronger.

          I suspect one can crack reinforced concrete pipe from the inside. I will leave it to Casey and 12b to tell us how.

          • Casey Klahn December 2, 2021, 7:52 AM

            Corrugated. Takes farm vehicles so really heavy loads. Not at the surface.

            Hmm. Thinking it needs more than I first imagined.

            • ghostsniper December 3, 2021, 4:55 AM

              If the diameter of the culvert can accept it: all household ingredients purchased anywhere (walmart). 5 gallon bucket, 1 gal gas, 1 160z bag mothball crystals, 100 3″ shotgun rounds, tube of latex caulk, 2 estes rocket igniters (toy dept), 4 feet of 18ga wire, 1 burner cellphone.

              Open the phone case, call the phone, find the speaker. Clip the speaker connection, solder the wire to the connection, solder the other end to the rocket igniter. Make sure the phone is turned off. Fill bottom of bucket with caulk, embed all 12ga rounds , tape igniter to rounds, cover with gas and crystals, tape burner to underside of lid, use broom to shove bucket deep into culvert. When ready, call the burner.

              • Casey Klahn December 3, 2021, 8:13 AM

                Needs to be on a long pole or 2×4. Like a Bangalore, in function. .12 gauge rounds are too dear. Dynamite is a good explosive but I appreciate the mechanism you listed. Now delete.

  • John A. Fleming December 1, 2021, 9:45 PM

    Head on over to Quillette for a fine piece of classic propaganda regarding those Aussie NT camps. The NT government is performing its public health duties with all proper and due care and conscience for the welfare of the citizenry. And anybody who says otherwise is a damn dirty liar and vaxx-denier and know-nothing foreigner, spewing lies for their evil partisan purposes.

    For all I can tell, the author may be exactly right about what he is saying. It’s the writing style that’s the tell. We are good guys doing our noble work, the people in the camps went voluntarily, praise us for what we do, and are completely satisfied. Since we know we are the good guys, our motivations and actions pure and true, anybody who says otherwise is evil so don’t listen to anything they have to say.

    The author could have skipped the editorializing, used neutral language about the several sides and opinions, and fairly reported the issues and statements. So why didn’t he? Dang I hate reading propaganda, being treated like a dumb bunny and being told what I must think else I be lumped in with the evil folk.

    I’m probably guilty of a Godwin’s Law violation, I’m quite sure that Germany in the 1930’s said the same thing about their first camps, in exactly the same way, I’m pretty sure I read an example of that somewhere in my life’s journey. The German’s were slightly more civilized than the Bolsheviks, the Chinese and Cambodian communists who felt no need to justify their actions and so said nothing while hiding their actions. Those eggs weren’t going to break themselves, best just get on with it and get it done.

    That’s how it always starts: sweetness and light, the very best of intentions, we can be trusted. It ends with charnel house horrors. Lesson learned. Don’t ever give up your guns. Ever, for any reason. If you’re to have cold dead hands, bring some of them with you. Never get in the train or the van or the bus. Not for any reason. Getting in the van or the train is a death sentence, so go out a free man while you can instead of a prisoner on your knees.

    • Mike Austin December 2, 2021, 6:39 AM

      The author of that garbage is a cut-rate Goebbels, a Caucasian Tokyo Rose, Australia’s own Lord Haw-Haw. Everything he wrote is a lie. Except this:

      “This is not America. I want you to understand that.”

      Oh, believe me you lying piece of shit—Australia is not America. You are a slave, a helot, and you take money to do the bidding of your masters in Canberra. You claim to be “an educator”? Well then, look up the words “quisling” and “Sonderkommando”. You aid and abet the enslavement and warehousing—and eventual extermination—of your own people. You don’t think your own time will come, you damned fool?

      Every pig has his day. I would pay a great deal to see your face when that day comes for you.

  • Annie Rose December 2, 2021, 6:54 AM

    We have three houses in our quiet suburban neighborhood decked out with flood lights and security cameras. One has camo painted cameras strapped onto parkway trees on their corner lot, one with a very large solar powered grid. Another has enough security cameras mounted on their house to make a maximum security prison jealous. The other house has cameras and lights set up like Fort Knox and a has some high pitched motion activated sensor to keep dogs away. I imagine all have had theft problems. The one guy has had a lot of dog doo left on his sidewalks in the past. If we were in an apocalypse and my family and friends needed food and ammo, I now know of three places to target first. If I was some government rat, I know three places to start with the round up for the internment camps. Be careful, but don’t be obvious.

  • MarkInKansas December 2, 2021, 9:47 AM

    I posted this at my Facebook page in case my leftist followers decide to come to American Digest and male nuisances of themselves.


    • Casey Klahn December 3, 2021, 8:19 AM

      Those aren’t “camps”. They are “Centers for National Resilience”.

      Just a sec, I have to sneeze…”Ah- Ah _ChooGoebbelsssszzzz!”

  • CC December 5, 2021, 2:16 PM

    I wonder if, somewhere, C.S. Lewis isn’t hating the fact that he was 100% right.