Where Were All These “Proud Aussie Patriots” Over Last 3 Years?
By Dave Oneegs Aussie Chat
I can’t help but think where were all these “proud Aussie patriots” over the last 3 years?
This morning’s Dawn service felt somewhat empty to me…
People say “lest we forget,”
but their actions and covid compliance would suggest otherwise.
Wasn’t the Anzac spirit about mateship and fighting side by side against impossible odds?
The odds over the boogieman farce were always undeniably stupid.
The full recovery rate was over 99%,
and the efficacy of being double whacked with the potion was less than 4%
Somehow, Aussies ignored the absurdity of the stats and turned on each other.
They fired staff, cancelled funerals, denied access to loved ones, shot at protestors, arrested pregnant mums, choked women in the streets, traumatised their children and participated in a kind of discrimination never before seen in this nation.
Most who attended the services this morning would have participated in the covid clown show to some degree….
Yet feel they can still somehow “honour” the Anzacs by showing up this morning.
It doesn’t work like that.
You can’t just claim to honour your ancestors when you just spent the last two years living in the complete opposite of everything they espoused and demonstrated.
Anzacs were fighters and had a reputation as formidable, hardy warriors.
Seeing Australians completely crumble under the covid lie and roll out the red carpet for big pharma and globalists,
is a dishonour and disgrace that is irreparable.
No amount of services, marches, wreaths and platitudes will ever mend the damage done to their legacy.
The warning of “lest we forget” was never heeded.
Australia forgot what it means to fight side by side and to look after one’s mates, no matter what the cost.
And in that forgetting,
the Anzac spirit which has been the glue that bound this country for so long,
Australia has drifted so far away from everything the Anzac’s stood for,
that it can’t even see the lie that it has fallen for.
Had ordinary Aussies remembered their courage, defiance and strength,
things would be very, very different today.
It’s too late now.
The damage is done, and that is why Australia slid so feebly into medical apartheid without even so much as a whimper.
Lest we forget was always a warning to forget their sacrifice at our peril.
And the current forgetting can only mean that perilous times are now guaranteed for a people that dishonoured their glorious fallen.
Lest we forgot.