Australia starts building 1,000-bed concentration camp for COVID 'regional quarantine facility'

Australia is planning ahead for mass detentions of people in the name of suppressing COVID.  A thousand-bed facility that won't be ready until the end of the year is being constructed about a hundred miles inland from Brisbane, in Queensland, Australia.  The left-wing Labor Party premier of Queensland celebrates the news:

Australia has already turned its military against its own citizens to hunt down protesters, and even a man who is COVID-positive and left his home.  The loss of basic freedoms is being protested, but not by overwhelming numbers sufficient to dissuade the power-hungry politicians.  The public, in fact, is being told by media to be grateful when a few liberties are conditionally restored:

Hat tip: Matt Vespa.

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