Can this be legal? Why is this incompetent fool, Daniel Andrews, allowed to shut down an entire state on his own say so?
Here’s the latest rumour: Australia Victoria is considering Stage 4 coronavirus restrictions.
Mandatory mask-wearing, additional testing, and forcing businesses to close their doors are just some of the potential restrictions on the cards if Stage 4 were to be introduced.
Seriously, how insane is this?
But after a fifth day of new case numbers over 200 since the second outbreak began, authorities have flagged these rules could be tightened.
200 new cases in a state with 6.5 million people. That is approximately 200/6,500,000 which is 0.003% of the population of Victoria.
Dan Andrews is an hysterical fool. He is a blight on the population of Victoria. Virtually everything that has gone wrong since CV began has been Daniel Andrew’s own personal responsibility.
There is now even a Victorian version of the virus that has been detected in Sydney. It should be named after Daniel Andrews which is all the immortality he deserves as the most incompetent Premier Victoria has ever had.
How can such an order be challenged? If under the present constitution we can do nothing, then we must amend the constitution. Does no one any longer care about their personal freedoms? Is Labor now the party of tyranny?
You are almost certainly not going to die from the Corona Virus but you might yet be bankrupted.
LET’S ALSO NOT FORGET THIS: Conroy ‘s ‘red underpants’ comments.
Federal Communications Minister Stephen Conroy has defended a comment he made about Australian telecommunications bosses wearing red underpants on their heads.
Senator Conroy made the remarks in a presentation he gave in New York earlier this week.
A scratchy recording has emerged of Senator Conroy talking about telecommunications and the cost of broadband in Australia during the presentation.
“I’m in charge of spectrum auctions and if I say to you everyone in this room, ‘if you want to bid next week in our spectrum auction you better wear red underpants on your head’, you’ll be wearing them on your head,” he said.
“I have unfettered legal power.”
Senator Conroy made the comments comparing the Government’s position in the telecommunications industry in Australia to that in the United States.
“Not many regulators have quite that much power,” he said.
“But we don’t just have the power, we believe we have the responsibility to do something.”
So the Feds can tell us to wear whatever they like. Can the States? And can we do anything about it?