A notorious anti-vaxxer who has compared herself to Holocaust victims has come under fire again after claiming she'd rather inject heroin than get the coronavirus vaccine.
Australian Sarah Mills took down her social media accounts earlier this week after being heavily criticised for posting photos of her family that caused widespread revulsion within the Jewish community and the wider population.
One photo showed her three children wearing fake Stars of David with the word "Jew" replaced by "No vax", reportsnews.com.au.
But her silence on Instagram, Facebook and TikTok hasn’t lasted long, and yesterday she appeared online again, this time posting an image of her being given Botox with the caption: "OMG she injects Botox and fillers into her face but won’t get the [syringe emoji]. Yeah – I would sooner inject a dirty batch of H [heroin] before I lined up for your smack sheen."
Mills also used her kids as props again. This time they are holding signs that say "F*** Your Mandates!"
The New South Wales woman has more than 100,000 followers on social media, but she has come under a barrage of criticism for trying to link the Australian government’s fight against the coronavirus to the genocide that saw millions of Jews murdered by the Nazis before and during the second world war.
In another picture posted on Monday, she was wearing striped pyjamas similar to those worn by inmates in Nazi death camps, with the caption: "Prisoner 385968 reporting for duty."
She has tried to paint herself as a victim, claiming to have been "relentlessly bullied online" for her views, with celebs and other influencers running a hate campaign against her, but she has now thanked those who have sent her "love and support".
"This is connecting me with the people that I am supposed to align and connect with, so I am very, very grateful for that,” she posted on Wednesday on her return to social media.
"As many of you would know who are in this community, censorship is real and it can feel hard to feel supported in this time when you often feel like you’re alone.
"We’re not alone in this. It’s amazing to connect with like-minded souls, so I’m so appreciative of that, I’m so thankful."
In response to Mills’s incendiary comments, Dr Dvir Abramovich, of the Anti-Defamation Commission, said the images were "beyond ugly and offensive".
He added: "While Sarah Mills is certainly entitled to express her strong views about the actions taken by state governments in response to the Covid-19 outbreak, it is beyond outrageous to compare them to the monstrous laws enacted by Hitler’s Third Reich.
"Nothing in Australia matches or even comes close to the indescribable atrocities carried out on an industrial scale by Hitler."
Having a vaccine makes you less likely to catch Covid-19 and less likely to transmit it to others. Vaccinated people who do catch the virus are less likely to get seriously ill, need to go to hospital or die than those who have not had the jab.
Source: Read Full Article