Australia as a whole was already well on its way to becoming Nazi-esque with their draconian COVID nonsense, treating the unvaccinated as the new "Juden," but new laws introduced in Western Australia complete the Nazi journey. Motorcycle guys will no longer be "allowed" to display their tattoos, gather together in public, wear their club insignia. No freedom of speech under Australia's Constitution?
One state official, Paul Papalia, Minister of Police, went so far as to say it's time to get out of the "gang" or get out of Western Australia, as if he has some ownership of the entire state, when in fact, he's just a lowly public servant.
Attorney General John Quigley stated quite casually, that if they have something like One Percent (1%) tattooed on their hand, they'll have to wear a glove to cover it, and if they have tats on their face, they must cover it with makeup foundation.
If that isn't Gestapo-enough for you, get this: Anti-Insignia laws will "also apply to social media pages."
The laws name 46 specific groups and have the ability to be implemented against other groups as well.
Wearing a patch in public will land a biker in jail for twelve months.
Gathering together in public can result in PRISON for one to five years.
The new laws could take effect as early as Christmas.
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If they can do this to the bikers, don't think they will not apply it to other groups.
The political leadership of Australia and now, of many of its states, have become full blown tyrannical. If they want to act like Nazi's the Australian people should rise up and let them share the fate of Nazis.
Chinese Fly Hypersonic Drone Around the World
In Joe Biden's America, a U.S. Army Major General took to Twitter to complain about the Army's policy on French manicures. At the same time, reports surface the Chinese are busy launching a hypersonic weapon that flies around the world.
Major General Jo Clyborne's first-world problems are no place for Twitter as the U.S. continues to lose the hypersonic race against China.
The world learned on Saturday evening that China had made "astounding progress on hypersonic weapons and was far more advanced than U.S. officials realized," sources told F.T.
In August, the Chinese military launched a rocket that catapulted a hypersonic glide vehicle into low-Earth-orbit. It flew around the world before missing its target by only two dozen miles, three sources said.
The latest test raises an abundance of questions about China's rapid military modernization, which is beating the U.S. in the hypersonic weapons race.
"We have no idea how they did this," a fourth source said, referring to China's ability to fly a hypersonic glide vehicle across the world.