Where to flee Covid mandates and restrictions?

by Kosonen 19 Replies latest jw friends

  • Kosonen

    At the moment there does not seem to be any place to flee to from Covid mandates and restrictions.

    We are stuck like the first century Christians in Jerusalem. But Jesus said when the disgusting thing would stand in the holy place, it was time to swiftly flee to the mountains.

    Will Jehovah God open a path to security where we can be in safety? I expect the life to become very dangerous the coming years. True Christians will be persecuted for not taking the mark of the beast or for refusing to worship the beast.

    Were could we be in safety before Gog from Magog comes to attack?

    According to Ezekiel 38 we should dwell in security before this, but where?

    Revelation 12 also speaks about a symbolic God's woman that will flee to a safe place and be fed there foe 1260 days. But where?

    I think the best place would be in Far North Queensland, in Australia. It is a very sparsely populated area, there we could be in isolation from the rest of the world.

    At the moment it is impossible to get there because of Covid restrictions. But things could change. A political figure Riccardo Bosi in Australia, a former military has a plan to take the power and end all Covid restrictions and mandates. And I have also heard reports of a violent uprising coming to Australia from an other source.

  • Kosonen

    <iframe width="640" height="360" scrolling="no" frameborder="0" style="border: none;" src="https://www.bitchute.com/embed/NGvxJrBk4nRA/"></iframe>

    Look at what the party leader of AustraliaOne says about Covid vaccines and the mainstream media promoting them.

  • Anony Mous
    Anony Mous

    Wouldn’t surprise me that Australia has some violent uprisings, someone has to stand up against these fascists.

    Where to flee: the US states of Florida and Texas seems to be the most free.

  • Kosonen


    Sorry, the video proves that in Florida you will not escape forced vaccinations.

    And I highly doubt Texas will be a safe place.

    But if you find a remote place in one of those states or any other state, then you might be left alone.

  • Simon

    The whole thing is insane.

    Leadership has failed.

    They both lock everything down too much when not required and then open up too much before it's over. Nothing is really backed by science, it's just reactive idiocy.

    The worst thing is that any proper debate about thing is not allowed. People's opinions are silenced and often they are valid opinions.

    I know the argument, that unvaccinated make up too much of hospital admissions, but you can equally claim that fatty-bum-bums make up too many of admissions as there is a huge correlation between Covid impact and obesity.

    Isn't obesity just as much of a personal choice? Can we ration healthcare to those people? How about smokers? How about those who do dangerous sports? How about people with aids from risky promiscuity? Why are we all paying the same taxes but some are more of a burden to society?

    Why are only people who don't trust the latest messaging from the liars of the century being labelled as the enemy to society?

    What they resort to is authoritarian control. You see that in Australia.


  • Kosonen

    Yes Simon, looks like the whole world has gone upside down. I get information from Alex Jones, especially banned.video and Greg Hunter and the people he interviews at usawatchdog.com and I try to connect real news to Bible prophecy about end times.

  • GrreatTeacher

    Smokers pay more for health insurance on the plan my husband's employer has and under which I'm covered.

    Others, example: diabetics, have to complete a wellness intervention in order to get the lowest rates. An example might be a walking for fitness program or use of an app to more closely monitor blood sugar levels. There is some choice there.

  • Simon
    Smokers pay more for health insurance on the plan my husband's employer has and under which I'm covered.

    That's if you have a private system. In a socialized system such as the UK or Canada everyone pays the same rate in taxes with no regard to your lifestyle or what you might be doing to your own health.

  • GrreatTeacher

    So true, Simon, so true.

  • joey jojo
    joey jojo

    Kosenen, good luck getting to Qld.

    Qld is not even allowing Australians from other states to enter.

    They have 0 covid cases last time I checked, they want to keep it that way.

    The argument about keeping hospitals uncluttered is still a valid one. While smokers, fatty's and risk-takers will probably need hospitals at some stage, unvaccinated people are going to all need it at the same time.

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