The sexual humiliation of your enemy’s women is the number one way to break their spirit.
The Australian Regime understands this thoroughly:
The Czech doubles player Renata Voracova, who was deported from Australia after her visa was cancelled, has spoken of how she “felt like a criminal” and was made to undress by the Australia Border Force during questioning.
Voracova had initially been allowed to enter Australia on a medical exemption granted after she had an adverse reaction to a Covid infection and even played in a tournament in Melbourne.
However, in the fallout from the cancellation of Novak Djokovic’s visa on the basis of a similar exemption, Voracova was ordered to leave the country and was deported on Saturday.
Voracova, who has said she hopes Tennis Australia does the right thing so she is not forced to sue for compensation, told BBC News Russian: “I felt a little bit like a criminal, but there was no reason why I should feel like that. I sent all the documents. They were approved. If I knew there would be even a 1% chance of something not being right, I wouldn’t go.”
She told the Russian publication Denik of being made to undress during her detention and interrogation by immigration officials before leaving Australia.
“I was worried. I didn’t feel safe until I was back home, nothing was certain,” she said. “It was as if I were watching a film – a long interrogation with instructions such as ‘undress, get dressed’. Yuck, I don’t even want to think about it, let alone live it again.”
This is in keeping with the communist-tier tactics employed by the Australian Regime over the last two years of the plandemic. The the novel 1984, the Regime uses the cycle of incarceration and release to break the will of dissidents. In 2020-21 the cycle of lockdown and limited opening up saw the use of this psychological weapon against the whole nation, as indeed it is being inflicted upon the entire West.
This cycle of incarceration and release has been inflicted upon Novak Djokovic, who was released from immigration detention at the start of the week only for the Immigration Minister to revoke his release conveniently late on Friday evening.
In stating their concern that should Djokovic be allowed to compete in the Australian Open, he would “inflame anti-vaccination sentiment”, the Australian government has effectively branded Novak an enemy of the state.
Thus the inhumane treatment of Djokovic and Voracova serves to intimidate the entire Australian population. It sends the message that it does not care if its victims are wealthy sportsball stars with access to a large audience through social media and the support of their home governments, who merely filled in the wrong boxes on a piece of paper. It is going to treat them disgracefully regardless.
The message to us is that it will treat us even worse if we dare to resist mandatory vaccination. They have the camps. There’s no point in building them if you do not intend to fill them.