Fox News host Tucker Carlson compares Australia’s Covid exit strategy to ‘Chinese authoritarianism’ before claiming the Aussies cannot fight back because the country was ‘disarmed’ by its weapons
- Fox News’ Tucker Carlson said Australia has become as overbearing as China
- He also made bizarre claims that Australians cannot respond after being ‘disarmed’
- Draconic locks, especially in Victoria, have angered many Australians
A conservative American TV host has claimed that Australia is becoming ‘like China’ over the country’s police, lockdown and vaccination policies as he spent wild conspiracy theories in the air.
Tucker Carlson dedicated a segment of his eponymous Fox News program to blasting Australia’s pandemic response and exit strategy, arguing that the country’s slipping into ‘Chinese authoritarianism’ was a lesson for the United States.
Carlson’s monologue suggested that the Down Under government had ‘disarmed’ the closed public so that ‘they could not revolt’, despite violent outbursts from those belonging to the ‘Freedom Rally’ movement, which was registered in Melbourne throughout September. .
Popular American TV host Tucker Carlson has strangely claimed that Australia is becoming ‘like China’ over our police, lockdown and vaccination policies as he stoked wild conspiracy theories
The popular news anchor began his spray targeting the Australian federal police attack on ABC in 2019, which he said ‘looked very much like Chinese authoritarianism’.
He said that after countries like the United States were horrified by images of Wuhan citizens at the beginning of the pandemic being ‘welded into apartments to starve’ and taken to ‘unknown places’, he claimed that the same things were happening now. happened in Australia.
‘Two years later, what does Australia look like? Well it looks a lot like China did at the beginning of the pandemic, that’s the sad truth. ‘
The top judicial political commentator turned much of his attention to Victorian police for ‘beating … peaceful protesters’ and ‘chasing’ people for minor lockdown inconsistencies.
The top judicial political commentator turned much of his attention to Victorian police for ‘beating … peaceful protesters’ and ‘chasing’ people for minor lockdown disagreements
Australia has been branded a ‘fascist state’ on US television following footage on Fox News of the brutal arrest of a Melbourne man for smoking a cigarette (pictured)
NSW head of health, Kerry Chant, sent conspiracy theorists wildly with an innocent comment about life after lockdown when pubs reopened a month ago
‘In just two years, Australian police went from raiding newsrooms to beating people on the streets, so maybe the lesson can be that things can change very quickly,’ Carlson said.
‘One moment the English-speaking world taunts China for being dystopian and autocratic the next moment they apter China and chase people who are two blocks from their own home.’
He was referring to a clip from Australian television of a man fighting to the ground by Victorian police for not wearing a mask while smoking a cigarette a block from his home.
He also defended Anthony Karam, who became a refugee from NSW Police after refusing to isolate himself after a Covid test that ‘triggers a national chase because he sneezed in an elevator’.
‘Not all Australians are on board with this,’ Carlson said in an apparent reference to protesters against the lockdown.
‘But because the Australians were disarmed by their government a few years ago, they can do nothing about it.’
The comment on disarmament seems to refer to Prime Minister John Howard’s decision in 1996 to reform Australia’s gun laws in response to the country’s worst massacre ever.
On April 28, 1996, Martin Bryant, then 28, killed 35 people and injured 23 others at a historic site in Port Arthur, Tasmania.
The laws prohibited sniper rifles from civilian ownership, except under certain limited licenses and stricter requirements for firearms licensing, registration, and safekeeping.
Several social media accounts accused the state’s oldest health bureaucrat of having a secret agenda after she suggested QR codes were likely to remain so people could be contacted if they had visited a covid exposure site
The very term New World Order has long been associated with the idea that globalists have an agenda, but the evidence so far suggesting that Covid is descended from Wuhan has sparked new conspiracy theories about communist China spreading a virus to destroy liberals. democracies in the West
‘See what happens now, they get crushed,’ Carlson said as Fox played a video of violent clashes between Victorian police and protesters.
He ended by returning to the seemingly innocent ‘new world order’ comment from NSW Chief Health Officer Kerry Chant Health three weeks ago.
He seemed to claim that news broadcasts around the world deliberately ignored Australia’s decline because it was driven by a shift to a new world order.
Just over a month ago, Mr Carlson also slammed Australia’s ongoing covid lockdowns, comparing the ‘totalitarian’ country’s draconian restrictions to a ‘science fiction’ film.
At the time, he was comparing Australia to North Korea.