By Dr. Sam Bailey
July 6, 2021

The shocking, true story of what happened to Mary Jane Newman inside a New Zealand Managed Isolation Quarantine facility (MIQ).


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  1. Thank you, sharibitsis, for this honest, and level headed testimony of a woman who describes her experience so well, showing us how protocols in a quarantine hotel are followed, and practiced during the entire 21 days of this woman's isolation, or rather imprisonment.

    It's clear to me, how the inhumane treatment of this woman and of the guests in isolation in general, is experienced by most of the staff, nurses and soldiers, as a necessity so merged with fear and risk of falling ill, or maybe far more: fear and risk of being punished due to not following these protocols, that submission to blind obedience rules out all stirrings of conscience and compassion.
    Except in those who showed concern and kindness.

    For some reason, this testimony reminds me of those shared by former concentration camp prisoners during WW2 and the prison camps in Indonesia when Japan occupied the Dutch West Indies from 1942 until beyond the end of WW2 in Sept. 1945.

    Several Dutch survivors, mostly famous Dutch citizens, like writers, and theatre-celebrities, have published and shared their experiences, in books and during radio interviews or videos.


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