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Total lockdown and Henrik Ibsen : Comments

By Arthur Dent, published 8/7/2020

There is still no recognition that the need for this retreat indicates that the current level of opening up is already unsustainable.

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"Governments"? There's only one government involved in the Victorian catastrophe: the failed Andrews government, which had the most draconian CCP-like crackdown and fine regimen in the country, but has still come out as the only Australian state to completely stuff up and lose the fight against the China virus. The end will come for Victorians when they come under the Chinese Belt and Road Initiative that the maniac Andrews is signing up for.

Victoria will eventually have to have permanently closed borders and be written out of the Federation as a Chinese colony. I don't know what Dent is talking about with "at least a month with no new cases" when there were 198 new cases in Victoria yesterday - and he started off with Victoria, the only s..thole closing and opening 'postcodes' as it falls apart. Along with a total lockdown of immigrant-filled tower blocks.
Posted by ttbn, Wednesday, 8 July 2020 9:15:29 AM
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And not one question raised concerning the evils and threats to health of tenement housing. (Nine tower blocks of public housing in Melbourne pandemic lockdown).

All through the history of the industrial revolution, tenement hell-holes have caused grief to the poor, who are herded into them to survive the inadequacy and social stigma of tenement living (sic), which to this day, accompanies their bad name.

Shame on any Government, especially in Australia, that openly excuses these rat-holes as the only affordable alternative to human existence under cover of public housing, for the poor.

We have an urgent need and responsibility, to house Australians in a safe and affordable manner. Nine marooned landlocked cruise ships such as these tenements, fail the acid test miserably.

Dan
Posted by diver dan, Wednesday, 8 July 2020 10:48:05 AM
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...and after how many weeks of exponentially increasing cases of CV19 we hear Comrade Andrews mention "BLM rallies" as a significant factor ? Whose life matters...obviously not the 2 recent deaths, but that's ok they were probably white, Anglo Saxon, elderly, decrepit and unable to march anyway.
Posted by Albie Manton in Darwin, Wednesday, 8 July 2020 11:15:13 AM
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And because Pauline Hanson pointed out that these blocks were full of immigrants with little or no English - making communication and understanding harder - she has been Ďcancelledí by Channel 9. Thatís all the go now: donít like what someone says? Cancel them. Deny them a platform.

Itís the same with corporate virtue-signallers. If they think somebody has said something that could affect their megabucks, they withdraw advertising. Itís OK for them to continue ripping off their customers and exploiting their employees or slave labourers overseas, of course.

Fortunately, the silent majority who say nothing publicly can still vote. They can off course also Ďcancelí their business with the virtue-signalling companies and their multimillionaire executives.

I have just cancelled an online subscription to a global photography organisation because they have appointed BLM ambassadors. We can play their games as well.
Posted by ttbn, Wednesday, 8 July 2020 11:24:43 AM
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Yup and yea verily yup!
Alan B.
Posted by Alan B., Wednesday, 8 July 2020 1:28:17 PM
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Dan.
The blocks are ok. It's is just the shared facilities that are the real problem plus the fact that tower such as these are a hotbed for dope addicts, pushers and organised crime!

Ever tried delivering a refrigerator or piano into one of those without a lift? And hand truck either up 13 stories! I wouldn't live in one!

Need to push some of them out into the regions instead of packing, stacking and racking human beings in towers.

That said, Japan is far more congested and gets by in tall towers! So the problem by and large is not the towers per se, but the compliance of those who live there.
Posted by Alan B., Wednesday, 8 July 2020 1:40:27 PM
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