Thursday, 2 September 2021

Hell hole.

 I know it's pretty bad in Australia for rules and regulations. I've watched the announcements given by their Government, the way they bark their intimidating instructions. I've seen how they slaughtered rescued dogs to stop volunteers travelling to pick them up for transportation to a re homing centre. I've seen robo cops in full battle gear set about beating people up with batons and dragging them off. As if that isn't bad enough.

It makes me cry to see people I know who emigrated there a few years ago, post pictures on letsfaceitbook, walking on a near empty beach in the early evening, and they are wearing face nappies. Mother, Father, two children, trying to have a nice walk on the beach. Only the dog doesn't have it's face covered. Someone asked the question, why, when there is no one around. The reply was, read the policy for Melbourne mask wearing.

I remember how happy they were when they went. The pictures were coming thick and fast, how they had found jobs, a place to live in a nice area, the girls loved the school and did well. They settled in nicely and was glad they made the move. Now they live in a hell hole. 

If that doesn't tell you that it isn't about a virus, I don't know what does. I've got swear words buzzing around in my head, it's hard to control my fingers on the keyboard. This whole circus is only leading to one end, and it's not about saving people's lives. 

I need a coffee. Back later.   ilona 


35 comments:

  1. Where do people get this idea that the virus is selective? He's not. He's everywhere: in the air, on surfaces, inside and outside. I sometimes go at midnight to throw the trash in the bin; no soul around, and yet I have the mask and gloves on.
    I don't know about dogs, but kids not wearing masks are putting their life in danger.

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    1. I had to read your comment twice to understand what you said. So it is a male virus. You are mistaken with your assumptions. In fact you have got it completely wrong.

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    2. I can only assume that DUTA is making fun of this whole charade.

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    3. I suspect you may be right. Her name crops up on other blogs that support this whole fiasco. They are the problem.

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    4. I think Duta’s first language is one where all nouns are either masculine or feminine, and thus is referring to the virus as “he”.

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    5. I think you are right, Boris. I couldn't get to grips with that when I tried to learn German. Seems completely alien to me.

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  2. I will not be engaging with any discussions about my beliefs. If you read the Research pages you will know where I stand on this. I don't need to explain anything, it's all there. As I've said many times before it isn't about a virus, it's about control.

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  3. Hello lovely lady 😊
    Yes it is Ilona - total control and l am not going along with it anymore. l was scared and pressured into the first 2 jabs. No top up jabs for me so if l can't travel or do things because of these jab passports then so be it. Was speaking to family at the weekend muting the point we are being experimented on with these jabs. It has made them think. Thanks as ever for bringing truth to the table Ilona. Take care and all the very best LeeLee xxx

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    1. Thanks Lee Lee. I will continue to speak out.

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    2. I would suggest you watch Deirdre, a lovely lady in Australia who has a YouTube called ‘knight designs’ She isn’t talking doom & gloom in fact she’s being very positive.
      (Maybe she’ll help stop you wanting to curse & swear ilona:)

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    3. It all depends on people's personalities, Barb. I am a positive person and I can cope, but others are falling apart and committing suicide. Someone has to speak out about it and look out for those not coping.

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  4. I have said from the very beginning it is all about control. I agree with you 100%.

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    1. Someone with their eyes wide open. Thank you.

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  5. Yes to all of the comments. I hope more people will think like Lee Lee and not get on the merry go round. Perhaps Duta was being ironic - I hope so! Here in Ireland they've finally loosened some restrictions but of course if hospitals get busy, which they inevitably will, we're back to lockdowns, police checkpoints and 5km travel limits. The vpassports are still needed for indoor dining and drinking.

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    1. Thank you for your report from Ireland. They will find a way to reinstate the restrictions. When they run out of new variants it will be in the name of climate change.

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  6. I've got two sets of relations in Australia, one set in 'lockdown' (they've sent a list of all the things they can still do) and the other set doctors. They do not feel they are living in a hellhole.

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    1. They have truly been indoctrinated then. They are living in the New Normal.

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    2. It's heartbreakingly sad that people can write a list of 'things they can still do' and think that it's ok. It's just so wrong on so many levels that I can't even begin to describe how I feel after reading that.

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    3. I totally agree, Eliza. Being made to feel worthless, then tossed a few crumbs of what they are allowed to do. This is what happens in China. It's very sad that people roll over and accept it.

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    4. I think they call that Stockholm Syndrome. I am surrounded by this attitude.

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    5. Stockholm syndrome is a psychological response. It occurs when hostages or abuse victims bond with their captors or abusers. This psychological connection develops over the course of the days, weeks, months, or even years of captivity or abuse. Many psychologists and medical professionals consider Stockholm syndrome a coping mechanism.

      https://www.healthline.com/health/mental-health/stockholm-syndrome#definition

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    6. I live in Western Australia. We have a population of about 2,700,000. So far a TOTAL of 9 people have died from CV19 in WA. 9 out of 2,700,000. The UK has had 132,920 deaths out of about 69,000,000. If your figures were the same as ours you'd have had fewer than 300 deaths. We've had a few lockdowns but at the moment no mandatory masks or social distancing or anything like that. We do have strict state and national border controls. Our state budget is billions of dollars in surplus, we have a strong mining and agriculture economy. I've had my first vaccine, 4 weeks till the next one. I hope to be able to get to Melbourne at Christmas for the Boxing Day Test but I won't complain if I can't go. My family and friends feel lucky, but not stupid.

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    7. Please don’t believe all you read/hear in the media, they are creating this mess.
      Life is great here in Australia.
      Only a small portion of Australia is subjected to lockdown. And even when lockdowned, it is not that strict.
      We have been very lucky compared to the UK and many other countries.

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    8. Jazbriz: I am pleased that all is well with you. I would be grateful if you could please let us in the UK know what your media have said (and are currently saying) about our situation

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    9. Jazbriz, I don't believe you. I agree the media is full of lies, on both sides of the great divide. I don't know why you think it is better in the UK.

      You say the media are creating this mess. You need to look further. The media and Governments are following instructions from Big Pharma and Big Tech. Read up on artificial intelligence. Look at the World Economic Forum web site, see what they have been planning for years. In the future expect to see the world economy collapse. Currency will only be available digitally on a smart phone. People will have to exist on the paltry sum they are allowed. All spending will be monitored. Small to medium sized businesses will be wiped out. And people are blindly following orders.

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    10. 'And people are blindly following orders'. You forgot to add that they are dragging the rest of us through the gates of hell with them.

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  7. 'NHS document shows GP’s to be paid an additional £10 for every child they inject with a Covid-19 Vaccine on top of the £12.58 already received – & Google are trying to hide it' By Daily Expose on September 4, 2021.

    https://www.england.nhs.uk/coronavirus/wp-content/uploads/sites/52/2021/08/C1384-Vaccinating-children-and-young-people-frequently-asked-questions.pdf

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  8. Hi Ilona, I live in Australia, in a country area of South Australia away from where all the strife is. We have had minimal lockdowns, the last being for a week in July when someone with c-19 entered our state. However it is mandatary to wear masks and sign in everywhere we go, and there isn't any virus in South Australia! Go figure!

    I have been keeping an eye on things in this country and I agree with you. Things are not right, there is something a lot bigger happening here and in the world. Things are just not adding up. It seems all they are interested in is getting the whole population poisoned with the vax, and the media is leading the way with the charge, by misleading the people with lies. Our grubberment are treating our people and our freedoms with absolute contempt! For a start, it is illegal to lock people up! They are trying to enforce the jab in workplaces and if you don't have it, you don't have a job. This is not the law! Also encouraging businesses to ban unvaccinated people from doing normal things like eating in restaurant's and pubs etc. Discrimination at its best! They want that vax passport in and they don't care how they get it. We don't hear about the 99% of people that survive the virus, only the ones that test positive and die from it. We also don't hear about the side effects and deaths from the vax.

    Sadly, this is not the Australia that I was born into and grown up in. Stress levels are extremely high with not knowing what lies ahead. I am preparing for hard times that are on their way.

    Take care,
    xTania

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    1. Thank you Tania. Nice to know you are awake. Jabbing fit and healthy people will have dire consequences. Introducing a health passport will divide people even further. I wish you well, look out for yourself and family.

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  9. Very nice ilona
    A woman of many skills♥..
    Very colorful and cheerful 🌈☺love it meanqueen

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  10. I've read the rules. No where does it state you have to wear masks on beaches.

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  11. Iona
    I have followed your mean queen blog for years and love your ideas for saving money and living a life that you can afford....... but referring to my country as a Hell Hole is not okay. Australia is not a Hell Hole. I have always been happy to live here and I'm very happy to live here at the moment. Yes iT's a little inconvenient
    to have lockdowns and to wear masks.l But it's also inconvenient to abide by speed limits, wear a helmet riding a bike, wear a seat belt, not jay walk, give way to the right one not throw litter out the car window. The government has always asked citizen to do what is best for them and the wider population. I don't understander why you think are are doing anything that is not in your best interest? all of the restrictions are about keeping you safe? Yes they're inconvenient but they don't affect your ability to participate in a democracy.

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    1. I will say this one more time, it's not about a virus. It's about control. Maybe you could put your name to your comment.

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    2. Sadly, I think that we no longer live in a democracy. Perhaps we never did, not really. I am not sure who said ‘If voting made a difference, they wouldn’t let us do it’, but I think that they were right.

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  12. Hi Ilona,
    I’m in Australia and happily I’m in Tasmania, and I’m grateful for that. Luckily life goes on mostly normal, except we can’t travel as much as before. Luckily, I’m a homebody, I am sure it’s harder elsewhere. Bring an island state has served the population of Tasmania well, recently. Love your blog ♥️

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