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Posted on 04/19/2021 5:45:28 PM PDT by dynachrome
Jack has just come back to his homeland of Australia after over a decade away in paradise. But after being met at the airport by his brother Frank, Jack discovers that the country has radically changed. Citizens report and fine one another for various civil infractions, using their mobile phones to record and upload offenses to a government app.
Jack is in disbelief as he arrives at Frank's home with his wife Margaret, and he can't even believe that swearing is fined and alcohol is banned. There are cameras everywhere, and the only safe place in people's homes is the bathroom. Unable to adapt or accept the changes, Jack attempts to leave the country -- a much harder feat to accomplish than he thought.
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Australia == what east germany wished it could actually do
Whoa! Just watched it. Hard-core.
But, without police, how do they enforce against robbery, taking over the government by force?
Any small organized band could do it.
Lots of police needed in that situation, to enforce the government edicts.
Looks like facefook, twatter and maybe bezos can disable everything.
Someone tries to stop me and my brothers in arms.. they get stopped. Take over a city and power station... then the state, then the country...
Just have to ask, do you watch some of the stuff on Dust, or was this just something “the algorithm” recommended? I came upon Dust a couple of months ago, but haven’t gotten into Omeleto yet.
Not to mention freight transportation.
I ran across the link at zerohedge.
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