Australia: Authorities Give Themselves Power to Remove Children from Parents to Ensure Covid Compliance

Corona rules becoming more draconian.

[Ed. Note: This is totally normal for a disease that, statistically speaking, kills zero children.]

by Paul Joseph Watson
Info Wars

Authorities in Australia have given themselves the power to have police remove children from the custody of their parents in order to ensure compliance with coronavirus rules.

Schedule 2 of the COVID-19 Emergency Response Act 2020 amends the Emergency Response Act 2004 to create new powers during “declared emergencies.”

Section 25 of the act states the following;

— Removal of children
(1) Without derogating from section 25, an authorised officer may, for the purpose of ensuring compliance with any direction under that section, remove a child from any premises, place, vehicle or vessel to a place of residence of the child or to a hospital or quarantine facility, as the authorised officer thinks fit (and may, in doing so, use such force as is reasonably necessary).

A child is defined as anyone under the age of 18.

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