Australia has gone CCP Police mad! The following video is of a man who calls himself the ‘Aussie Cossack’. He is an irritation to the gestapo police in Sydney as he has over 98 thousand subscribers from around the world. This Wuhan Flu health crisis has taken the place of real crime for the Police, or so it seems. Unbelievable!
‘The chairman of a Grantham football club says that he has been backed by the team’s supporters’ group after he claimed that refugees staying in the town were “roaming the streets” for drugs.
A meeting of Grantham Town’s supporters’ club on Saturday, September 25, met to vote on a statement that would have asked the team’s chairman, Darren Ashton, to apologise for his comment and to retract it.
But the group has confirmed to Lincolnshire Live that the statement was not backed because it felt that it would be “inappropriate” to comment whilst the FA were investigating the matter.
The investigation also meant that the supporters’ group didn’t want to offer any further comment to Lincolnshire Live.
Mr Ashton claimed that only two people in the meeting voted in favour of the statement, and that the supporters’ group has around 300 members, although he does not know how many were in attendance at the meeting as he wasn’t able to attend.
A representative from the supporters’ group told Lincolnshire Live that the number of members was in fact 113.
The Urban Hotel on Swingbridge Road in Grantham is currently home to refugees from Afghanistan after the British Government pledged to take in 20,000 refugees from the landlocked country over the next five years following the recent withdrawal of British troops.
In a tweet posted about this on the evening of Thursday, September 9, Mr Ashton said: “True story, I’m the chairman of Grantham Town, and we had one of our players staying there on a long-term agreement.
“Last Friday they informed him he had to be out by Monday. No consideration for an 18-year-old lad away from his family and friends trying to make a career for himself.”
He then posted a further tweet in the conversation, which read: “Those refugees are as we speak roaming the streets of Grantham trying to get drugs.”
Mr Ashton then tweeted again on Friday morning saying: “It would appear I upset a few people last night with some of my responses to there [sic] messages.
“I would like to take this opportunity to apologise to absolutely NO ONE. Good day to you all.”
Speaking to Lincolnshire Live following the result of the supporters’ group meeting being announced, Mr Ashton said: “A massive majority voted in my favour which I’m very happy about because a lot of people have misrepresented what I said.”
Mr Ashton says that he didn’t single out Afghan refugees in particular, as he claimed that refugees of other nationalities are staying at the hotel.
He said: “All along I’ve asked for people to point exactly to something I’ve said which was racist and they can’t.
“I have already said that the way I worded the tweets was a bit poor and I’ve apologised for that side of things, but I’m a council lad who hasn’t got a degree like most other people so sometimes my wording is poor.
“But I won’t apologise for the actual content of what I said because I’m not a racist, and I’m not right-wing as some people have said.
“What I’ve learnt during this process is that if you happen to disagree with someone who is on the left, then you are labelled right-wing.”
Lincolnshire Live understands the national FA have now taken up the investigation into 45-year-old Mr Ashton, who is from Sheffield.
Mr Ashton added: “As far as I’m aware the FA investigation is not football related because the lads are still being paid and the academy is going well.
“We’ve got all ethnicities and nationalities working at the club and I invested £60,000 of my own money last year, and again this year.
Australia along with the UK is becoming more and more anti-God and antagonistic toward God’s Word!
‘After facing arrest and detention for preaching that homosexuality is a sin, an American evangelist is warning that “things are getting very bad” in the United Kingdom and other Western countries, suggesting that the situation has deteriorated to the point where they are “becoming communist.”
Ryan Schiavo, who describes himself as an “evangelist and missionary,” was arrested in London on July 22 for preaching that homosexuality is a sin. While Schiavo is an American, he spends a considerable amount of time in London and frequently ministers to British youth and others gathered in the public square.
In an interview with The Christian Post, Schiavo recounted the events leading up to his arrest and warned about its implications for free speech and freedom of religion in the U.K. and Western civilization as a whole.
“I was preaching the Gospel on the streets as I frequently do, but it was about a 30-minute message, and in the course of a long message I can touch on many topics that I believe are pertinent,” he said. “At one point, I talked about the issue of homosexuality and transgenderism. I said that homosexuality is a sin; I talk about how it’s destructive, and the damage the transgender agenda is doing to children right now in the schools because it’s being pushed on children at a very young age here.”
Schiavo told CP that one of the things he said while preaching was that “the churches that have rainbow flags on them” were “not real churches.” His message drew the ire of one young woman, whom he believed was a lesbian. According to Schiavo, she was “very upset at what I had said, and so she called the police and the police came.”
As documented in a video of his arrest, Schiavo was detained for purportedly violating Section 4A of the Public Order Act, which bans people from causing “intentional harassment, alarm, or distress.”
The law declares that “a person is guilty of an offense if, with intent to cause a person harassment, alarm, or distress, he — (a) uses threatening, abusive or insulting words or behavior, or disorderly behavior, or (b) displays any writing, sign or other visible representation which is threatening, abusive or insulting.”
As Metropolitan Police officers moved in to arrest him, Schiavo declared, “It is an honor to suffer for Jesus Christ.” He predicted that “God is going to judge this country so severely” because of its embrace of LGBT ideology.
“This is because I am a Christian!” he exclaimed. “That’s why this is happening.”
Schiavo told CP that when he was taken to jail, he was “put in a cell for 10 hours and given a mental health evaluation by the National Health Service before being released in the middle of the night.” He lamented that situations like his “egregious” detention were becoming “all too common.”
Describing the mental health evaluation to CP, Schiavo maintained that he was asked “personal questions about my family and about my work and how I was doing physically.” Schiavo cited the fact that he had to undergo a mental health evaluation as evidence that “things are getting very bad” in the U.K. regarding freedom of speech and religious expression.
“All these institutions are working together with each other; they’re anti-Christ,” he added. “It’s time for the church to wake up and to be prepared for persecution. Freedom of speech and expression are very much under attack in the Western world, and I’m concerned that many of these Western countries are becoming communist.”
Elaborating on his mental health evaluation, Schiavo recounted that he “did talk about the issue of homosexuality and transgenderism” with the man who was questioning him. “I said to him, ‘Would you call a banana a carrot?’ And the point I was making was this is what we do with people now. We call men women and women men.”
“I didn’t say that to him. I just said, ‘Would you call a banana a carrot?’ And he looked at me and he said, ‘If somebody was offended, I would.’ And I looked at him and I said, ‘I should be the one asking you the questions.’”
Schiavo contended that his mental health evaluation, which lasted for 30 minutes, was an effort to “convince me not to talk about homosexuality in public anymore.” He told CP that “he (the mental health evaluator) wanted me to affirm him and just say, ‘OK,’ and agree, and I never did.”
The evangelist attributed his hostile treatment by the police to the fact that British law enforcement officials are “so trained to hear ‘homosexuality’ or ‘Islam’ because those are the two most protected demographics in Britain right now.” He stressed that in the U.K., “you cannot speak against homosexuality or transgenderism and you can’t speak against Islam.”
“So if they hear those words, their antennas are up because they go through all of this pro-LGBT training … in their schooling, … at every other level of society people do here, it’s being pushed on them,” he continued. “And so when they hear that word, they’re immediately thinking ‘hate crime,’ ‘hate crime.’”
Although he wasn’t formally charged with a crime, Schiavo’s arrest puts him “in the national police records for three years.” He’s now working with the U.K.-based Christian Legal Centre to “get this overturned.”
“I did not commit a crime,” Schiavo insisted. “It is not a crime in the U.K. to say homosexuality is a sin in public or to say that churches with rainbow flags on them are not churches. This is protected speech.”
In a separate interview with CP, Linda Thacker, who attends church with Schiavo when he’s in the U.K. and videotaped the arrest, explained why she decided to document his interaction with law enforcement officials on camera: “I didn’t like the security guard’s attitude toward Ryan. He seemed very hostile.”
“We wanted to make sure that there was no kind of false accusation,” she said.
Thacker characterized Schiavo’s arrest as “a bit of a wake-up call for me,” expressing concern that “the right to have free speech and to express how we feel personally about … anyone else’s lifestyle … will put you in the position of being called a domestic terrorist or some kind of hater.” Like Schiavo, Thacker fears that the U.K. is “heading toward a communist state.”
Before his arrest, Thacker said there had been confrontations between Schiavo, his supporters and LGBT individuals that weren’t captured on camera.
“The lesbian was very threatening and kicked his drink down the road. [She] also tried to tear my husband’s Bible out of his hands, which she didn’t manage to do, but she got a leaflet out of his Bible … and flung it into the street.”
While Schiavo did face hostility following his comments about homosexuality, he also received support, including from an atheist, who was featured in Thacker’s video. Schiavo told CP that while the man “said that he disagreed with 99% of what I said,” he nonetheless argued to the police that ‘This man has not done anything warranting … an arrest, he’s just exercising his freedom of speech.’”
In spite of the man’s impassioned defense of Schiavo, the street evangelist lamented that the police “never even took a statement from him.” Instead, Schiavo said, “the police only took one formal statement on the street … and it was from this young girl … [who] was upset with what I said.”
“From the beginning, they weren’t interested in getting to the truth. … It was just this one girl’s testimony that they listened to.”
Thacker seconded Schiavo’s accusation that police had conducted a one-sided investigation: “All they were interested in doing was arresting him on the grounds of this lesbian that said that she had been distressed by what was said.”
The following is an email I received from Service NSW. This is the freedom or lack thereof allowed here in the Australian state of New South Wales.
Greater Sydney’s lockdown has been extended until 12:01am Saturday 28 August.
Invite a friend or family member into your singles bubbleA singles bubble will be introduced from Saturday 31 July for people who live alone, or with no other adults, in Greater Sydney.
You will be able to choose a family member or friend, colleague, or partner to visit you at home. The person you choose needs to be the same person till lockdown ends.
If you live in one of the 8 areas of concern your chosen friend or family member must also live within 5kms of your home.
If you live anywhere else in the Greater Sydney area, your chosen visitor cannot be from one of the 8 areas of concern.
Authorised workers and latest update for Western SydneyPeople who live in one of the 8 areas of concern must:Travel no further than 5kms from home for exercise and outdoor recreationWear a mask at all times when outside of home, regardless of how far they are physical distancing from others.People living in one of the 8 areas of concern cannot leave their local area for work unless they are an authorised worker.
Changes to mandatory surveillance testing requirements from Saturday 31 July:Fairfield and Cumberland health or aged care workers (including support workers for health or aged care – such as cleaners, cooks and security) must get tested every 3 days to be allowed to leave their local government area for workCanterbury-Bankstown authorised workers must get tested every 3 days, to be allowed to leave their local government area for work.
Construction and trade work to resume Saturday 31 JulyConstruction sites in Greater Sydney can resume work on Saturday 31 July. Construction work cannot resume in the 8 areas of concern except in certain necessary circumstances.
All construction workers must keep a physical distance from other workers on site and follow the 4 square metre rule. There must be no contact between construction workers and residents. Up to 2 workers allowed to work indoors, up to 5 workers outside.
Trades people (including cleaners) will be allowed to restart work in residential homes as long as there is no contact with residents. Up to 2 workers allowed to work indoors, up to 5 workers outside.
Shopping rules update You can only go shopping within your local government area or within 10km of your home (unless the goods or services are not available in your local area or within 10kms).
If you live in one of the 8 areas of concern, you can only go shopping within 5km of your home (unless the goods or services are not available in your local area).
Only one member of the household should leave home to shop for essentials such as food, personal needs for your household (including pets) or if you’re shopping for vulnerable people.
COVID-19 Disaster Payment now up to $750Due to the significant impact of NSW lockdown on workers, financial support has increased to support you if you’ve lost your job or had your hours reduced.
Eligibility depends on where you live and work. Payments of $325–$450 if you lost 8 to 20 hours of work per week, and $500–$750 if you lost more than 20 hours per week.
New policing operation to tackle the spread of COVID-19A new high-visibility policing operation has launched across Greater Sydney to enforce the new rules.Police have the power to: Shut down businesses, construction sites and public premises where there is a risk to public healthFine people for not wearing a mask when required. Fine has increased from $200 to $500.
Restrictions for regional and rural NSW remain in placeIf you usually travel to Greater Sydney for work or to study at university/TAFE, the stay at home rules apply.
You should not enter Greater Sydney unless you have a reasonable excuse. Coming to Greater Sydney to be vaccinated is considered a reasonable excuse.
The stay at home rules also apply to anyone who visited Greater Sydney on or after Monday 21 June 2021.
Home schooling continues except for year 12 studentsStudents from kindy to year 11 need to keep home schooling. Schools will remain open for any child that needs it.
Students who live in one of the 8 areas of concern are strongly encouraged to stay at home.
Year 12 students returning to school
From Monday 16 August, face to face learning will restart for Year 12 students under strict COVID-19 protocols.
If you have visited any of the case locations you must follow NSW Health advice for that area about whether you need to get tested and self-isolate.
Getting yourself vaccinated will help end COVID-19 restrictionsTwo doses of either vaccine will provide around 90% protection from hospitalisation and death from COVID-19.
Latest health advice recommends everyone 18+ in Greater Sydney should book a vaccination – especially if you live in one of the 8 areas of concern. NSW Health clinics in Greater Sydney now offer AstraZeneca to people aged 18+.
With newly opened mass vaccination centres in Lake Macquarie, Sydney CBD, Macquarie Fields and Wollongong to open mid-August, plus vaccinations available across the GP network, it’s easier than ever to get vaccinated.
Do you remember anyone ever virtue signaling online about getting a flu shot in the past? I sure don’t. Suddenly it’s “cool” and “hip” to let the entire world know about your medical history as a sign of your commitment to the “cause” of oligarchic tyranny.
How utterly stupid and foolish.
In other news: half of Americans support a “vaccine passport,” which means our society is rapidly fragmenting into two distinct economies: the economy of sane and rational people who do not want an experimental vaccine injected into their body and those who handed over their bodily autonomy as a science experiment so things could “go back to normal.” Newsflash: things are never going back to normal, just like they didn’t after 9/11.
This is one of the many reasons I have been pushing Christians to start building our own economy separate from all of this madness. Soon enough, we won’t have any other choice.
Ultimately the Oligarchs in power want us all worshipping the State, “stuff,” and “science” as god. God Almighty gets in the way of that. They want us enslaved to sin to become even more spineless, docile, complacent, and obedient pigs. Christians and God stand in their way of total and complete control. The experimental vaccine isn’t about health and it isn’t about politics.
It’s about power.
Power over your body. Power over your mind. Power over your soul. Resist. Keep the faith. We are children of God.
I never lived in Nazi Germany but it may have begun like what we are seeing these politicans in the West doing for the “health” and safty of their citizens! I am 76 and as far as I know the following is unprecedented in my lifetime of living in the West!This document is referred to below in the article BUTto make sure you read it I have put the link here https://www.lakecountyil.gov/DocumentCenter/View/39074/CHA-Doorknocking-Info-and-Scriptso please go to it even before reading the article! This is scary!!!
A government document that has recently surfaced offers horrifying details on how door-to-door “strike force” vaccine enforcement teams plan to operate. Labeled, “Community Health Ambassador Outreach Door Knocking Project,” a now-public document published by the government of Lake County, Illinois, instructs “ambassadors” to:
Violate “no soliciting” restrictions and illegally trespass onto private property.
Impersonate Health Dept. officials and attempt to intimidate building managers into consenting to allowing entry for the strike force teams.
Lie to the public and falsely claim covid vaccines are safe by withholding information about serious vaccine side effects, including hospitalizations and deaths.
Clear buildings in military fashion, going floor by floor, wing by wing, knocking on doors and intimidating residents of apartment buildings and residential units.
Recording the locations (address, room number) of anti-vaxxers in order to feed this information into a government database for further action — most likely forced quarantine removal (medical kidnapping).
White House spokesperson Jen Psaki announced last week that the Biden regime would activate door-to-door “strike forces” to coerce more people into getting vaccinated:
Following that announcement, Lake County, Illinois posted this document that provides instructions for how such teams should operate:
Lying to the public: False claims that the vaccine is safe and approved
While the VAERS system (VAERS.HHS.gov) now reports over 9,000 deaths in the US following covid vaccination, the Lake County government document instructs strike force teams to lie to the public:
Question: Is the COVID-19 vaccine safe? Answer: COVID-19 vaccines are tested in large clinical trials to make sure they meet safety standards… All routine safety standards must be met to ensure that any authorized or approved vaccine is as safe as possible.