I thought it was funny when that hysterical bitch from New Zealand issued a travel warning for the US.
Australia is a more serious country. I’m starting to wonder here.
With only a couple of days before Americans head to the polls, Australians are being warned to steer clear of the USA due to concerns about possible civil unrest connected to the election.
The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade issued a warning to Australians on Friday not to travel to the United States — citing a “potential for violence” in the coming days and weeks.
There are already restrictions on leaving Australia due to COVID-19 — so it would be pretty hard to get to the States anyway — but the additional warning makes for bleak reading.
The department said there was a significant risk to travellers due to protests, terrorism and COVID-19.
It states that widespread protests and demonstrations have occurred across the country since 27 May 27, and continue in several US cities.
In recent days there has been a fresh outbreak of Black Lives Matter rioting in Philadelphia, just to the north of Washington, where thousands of looters spent several nights ransacking large parts of the city after the fatal police shooting of a knife-wielding black man.
“Protests and demonstrations continue in several US cities. Avoid areas where protests are occurring due to the ongoing potential for violence,” the warning reads.
I’m starting to wonder if these people know something we don’t.
Have US intelligence agencies warned them about this?