New York Lawmakers Propose Concentration Camps For The Sick

This story was originally published by the WND News Center.

When American mayors, governors and others wanted their populations to submit to COVID-19 lockdown and other orders, they were faced with what they perceived as an obstacle: those individuals who simply would not follow orders.

Now, in the state of New York, a proposal is being prepared for lawmakers to consider that would resolve that dispute.

A plan prefiled for the coming legislature would allow authorities to simply determine who they wanted locked up – and then lock them up.

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The idea, cast as a “public health law,” is being prepared for the 2021-2022 legislature.

It would allow the governor or his appointee to decide that anyone who is sick and “may” pose a danger to another, “shall be detained in a medical facility or other appropriate facility or premises designated by the governor or his or her delegee…”

There wouldn’t be “forced” medication unless a court order allowed that, the proposal finds.

The National Pulse explained the proposed law would allow authorities to “remove and detain cases, contacts, carriers, or anyone suspected of presenting a ‘significant threat to public health.’”

The report explained, “Bill A416 presents a serious risk to the basic liberties of all Americans in the state of New York, including their right to choose whether or not to receive medical treatment and vaccinations related to thus far undetermined contagious diseases.”

Inmates will be taken to “a medical facility or any other [authorities] deem appropriate.”

The report continued, “Though the bill attempts to state that no one shall be held for more than 60 days, the language allows for court orders to waive this maximum detention time. After 60 days, the court is allowed an additional 90 days to consider the detention of an individual, a cycle that can last indefinitely per the opinion of the department.”

Once behind locked doors, the individuals would be forced to “complete an appropriate, prescribed course of treatment, preventive medication or vaccination.”

The proposal is vague, and suggests that its provisions could be used against anyone “the department believes has the capacity to ‘pose a threat in the future, such as those refusing to receive the COVID-19 vaccination.’”

The plan in New York allows roundups of individuals to begin after that a “detention order” is “posted in a conspicuous place.”

Those locked up will be informed that they have a right to a hearing.

And authorities will be required to offer to the prisoner that his or her friends and family be notified of the detention.

Inmates also are required to behave to the satisfaction of authorities.

“A person who is detained in a medical facility, or other appropriate facility or premises, shall not conduct himself or herself in a disorderly manner, and shall not leave or attempt to leave such facility or premises until he or she is discharged …”

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