AUSTRALIA: Premier Posts ‘International Dog Day’ Photos Days After Rescue Dogs Reportedly Slaughtered Due To COVID Regulations


On August 22, National File reported that a New South Wales council in Australia was slaughtering rescue dogs due to COVID-19 restrictions. Just 4 days later, the Premier of Queensland posted pictures of cute dogs for “International Dog Day.”

As National File previously reported, the Australian government was met with disdain and criticism when they cruelly slaughtered rescue dogs in the name of COVID-19 restrictions, prompting outrage from animal rights groups and calls for an investigation.

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“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.

A few days later, the Premier of Queensland Annastacia Palaszczuk posted multiple photos of cute dogs on her Twitter account. Thanks for sending in the pics of your puppers for International Dog Day,” tweeted Palaszczuk. “Here are some you posted in the comments.”

Along with the slaughtering of innocent animals, the Australian government is seizing 24,000 children from it’s citizens to place them in a stadium quarantine camp to be forcibly vaccinated. Parents will not be allowed to attend. Furthermore, citizens will be charged with “on the spot” excessive fines up to $5,000 per infraction if they violate the tyrannical COVID-19 rules as their children get sent away to get forcibly vaccinated despite their protest as Australia conducts one of the most authoritarian military lockdowns to date. The Australian Broadcasting corporation also flashed a Satanic ritual on live television during their regular news programming.

The Australian government is building more “quarantine facilities” due to COVID-19. The Premier of Queensland Annastacia Palaszczuk announced that a new camp will be built at Wellcamp Airport near Toowoomba. “As we contend with the dangerous Delta variant, we need fit-for-purpose quarantine facilities,” as National File reported.