Australian churchgoers hit with nearly $50,000 in fines after they defy Sydney's lockdown orders
· Aug 25, 2021 ·

Australia continues to be a hotbed of utterly relentless police-state-style lockdown orders, with congregants at one Sydney-area church recently feeling the full brunt of the government's COVID zealotry:

Almost $50,000 in fines have been handed out to churchgoers who broke public health orders by attending a service in Sydney's west.

Sixty people, including children, travelled to The Christ Embassy at Blacktown from COVID hotspots on Sunday evening.

Police were called to Fourth Avenue after a member of the public contacted Crime Stoppers.

A "member of the public" contacted "Crime Stoppers" in order to put a stop to...a local church service. Think about that for a moment.

This is the new normal in Australia. It's not really the new normal in the United States. Yet.

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