Russia severs ties with NATO & Australia’s Authoritarian [VAX] Apartheid

Published October 19, 2021 35 Views

Blindspot #014 is packed with two big stories this week.

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As covered in previous Blindspots, a series of developments, including the rise of Iran through becoming a member of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation, the fall of NATO in Afghanistan, and the immense Chinese pressure on Taiwan as likely flashpoint of geopolitical conflict, are now given further geopolitical ‘meaning’ due to the Russian Federation severing diplomatic ties with NATO.

This Russian action is in response to NATO expelling eight Russian diplomats, apparently for ‘espionage,' at its Brussels headquarters.

Russian Foreign Minister, Sergey Lavrov, also announced that a NATO information bureau, located in Moscow, will be forced to shut down as part of retaliatory measures.

Blindspot shows how the real post- Cold War geopolitical Blindspot has been the aggressive expansion of NATO into post-Soviet Eastern European ‘turf’ - all the while encroaching on the Russian Federation’s borders.

This further breakdown in relations between the Russian Federation, and a braindead NATO (as it was called by the French president), signals more geo-strategic turbulence ahead.

The second big story of the week is an ominous speech by an Australian politician, Tim Quilty, in the parliament of Victoria, protesting the Vax mandates imposed by the state’s Premier - Daniel Andrews.

In an ironic twist of fate, Apartheid is now a buzz-word in Australian politics, because even elected parliamentarians are set to be barred from accessing the ‘house of parliament,’ if they are not vaccinated. reports on the above that: “The motion passed the lower house on Thursday morning with the support of all but one MP, Liberal Neil Angus, who argued the requirement to show proof of the jab was 'undemocratic' and 'medical apartheid’.”

The Premier of Victoria apparently took great offence at the word ‘Apartheid’ used to describe the consequence of draconian Praetorian vaccine mandates. This now means that any ‘citizen’ of Victoria, who have not had a needle stuck into them, will not be able to work, walk the dog, welcome friends in their home, go to school or church, and now - they won’t have a political representative, if such a person’s elected representative, is not vaccinated.

The rise of authoritarian ‘mandates,’ and repressive police state actions in Australia, has Blindspot ask whether the world did not learn anything from South Africa’s ugly ‘passbook’ history? Why is the world going back to the future of ‘passes’ - whether they are green, or blue, or intended to separate so-called whiteys from those apparently black?

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