It has been confirmed that 38 residents of the Binjari and Rockhole communities in and around Robertson River have been transported to the Howard Springs Facility and other Aboriginal Communities have been locked down due to 3 confirmed covid cases in the NT.
Commissioner Chalker said people in locked down areas had been “really compliant”.
“We have had the Australian Defence Force mobilised … so we’re very appreciative of that support,” he said.
What has not been said by Commissioner Chalker is how this “really compliant” behaviour in locked down areas has taken place.
We have had numerous reports, as yet to be confirmed, that members of the ADF were “rounding up” many in the communities and either locking them down or taking them to Howard Springs for ‘forced vaccinations’.
A tribal elder from Robertson River was in tears on the phone saying the ADF had been force vaccinating his people against their will. They did not want to be vaccinated.
Up to 240 people in Robertson River were pressured into getting injected with 60 more in Binjari, also succumbing to pressure. Rockhole was hit yesterday and military, police and task force from Wurruli Wurruli Aboriginal Health heading to Borraloola this week.
A Military source, who wishes to remain anonymous, has said multiple units were ordered to surround aboriginal villages to stop any escaping. They said they were disgusted as they had to watch the indigenous being forced down, held, and jabbed by the medical military. Some in these units are now on medical leave, suffering PTSD.
If this is what Commissioner Chalker means by ‘really compliant,’ then perhaps he needs a second opinion.
We are currently working on contacting anyone in the Katherine or Robertson River area. However, with extra police being sent to the town, no one appears to be able to get in or out.
In another witness’s comments, army patrols have been in Katherine River ‘hunting down’ First Nation Peoples who have managed to hide and escape from the ‘home prison’. It’s Aboriginal fellas they want…
Family said it’s not safe to go up the street because people are attacking people if they think they are unvaccinated and beating up on Aboriginal fellas because they believe they are all infected.
Our First Nations People need help. ApaRt of the Kabi Sovereign Tribe begged for help for his people around Gympie on Saturday at the Brisbane Freedom Rally and now today we are hearing these horrific details of people being rounded up and hunted like dogs in Katherine.
When is enough, enough? It’s time to help our fellow Australians now while there is still time. They have genuine concerns about the jab, as do many others.
We do the right thing because it is the right thing to do, not because it’s convenient, not because it suits me, not because it’s easy, not because I have time. There is no ‘right time to do the right thing’. The right time is now!