Last Updated on February 17, 2022
The Sydney Morning Herald reported that a NSW council in Australia is now slaughtering rescue dogs due to COVID-19 restrictions. This comes as thousands of children are being seized and brought to stadium quarantine facilities to be forcibly injected with the COVID-19 vaccine, and after a satanic ritual was aired live on an Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) news broadcast.
“Several impounded dogs due to be rescued by a shelter have instead been shot dead by a rural council in NSW under its interpretation of COVID-19 restrictions, alarming animal activists and prompting a government probe. Bourke Shire Council, in the state’s north-west, killed the dogs to prevent volunteers at a Cobar-based animal shelter from travelling to pick up the animals last week, according to council’s watchdog, the Office of Local Government,” the report states.
“OLG has been informed that the council decided to take this course of action to protect its employees and community, including vulnerable Aboriginal populations, from the risk of COVID-19 transmission,” a spokesman from the government agency said.
The move has animal rights activists outraged and has prompted calls for an investigation. “We are deeply distressed and completely appalled by this callous dog shooting and we totally reject council’s unacceptable justifications that this killing was apparently undertaken as part of a COVID- safe plan,” Lisa Ryan, the Animal Liberation regional campaign manager, said.
During a news segment by the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, a video of a satanic ritual was aired seemingly by accident during a botched broadcast, as National File reported. During the news broadcast, the anchor was detailing regular programming when suddenly, the screen switched over to reveal a satanic ritual. In the video, viewers can observe an upside-down cross, satanic altar, candles and two cloaked individuals. One cloaked individual has his hood on and can be seen saying “Hail Satan” while throwing up satanic hand signs. The screen immediately switches back to the anchor, who continues her reporting as if nothing strange just happened.
— Media Watch (@ABCmediawatch) August 19, 2021