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OK Dan Andrews Is Not A Nice Guy

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Over the years we've seen effigies of John Howard and Tony Abbott burned (Abbott more times than you can count). We've also seen effigies of Abbott hung and then decapitated to the cheers of the baying mob. There's been innumerable others from disfavoured groups also ritually set aflame.

But hilariously, symbolically threaten their Dear Leader, and the luvvies of the left suddenly develop the vapours and barely avoid ritually fainting. Suddenly all that has no place in our democracy, or what passes for democracy these days.

Truly it is said that if it wasn't for double standards, they'd have no standards at all.
Posted by mhaze, Friday, 19 November 2021 1:16:10 PM
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Yep, so true mhaze, so true.
Posted by Hasbeen, Friday, 19 November 2021 2:00:11 PM
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Easy to see where the Forums little band of Liberal voting Nazi's stand on this sort of thing. Just as they supported Trump and his encouragement of violence in the US Capital January 6th, they now support ex-Liberal Kelly and some Victorian scumbag politician's in calling for violence towards the Andrews government.

The daughter of a cross-bench politician has been attacked in Melbourne because of her fathers support of the governments bill.

Hassy, you have a track record of supporting extreme violence on this Forum. Remember your call for the nuclear destruction of 200 million men, women and children in Pakistan, or have you forgotten that one, I haven't.
Posted by Paul1405, Friday, 19 November 2021 4:44:58 PM
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Well it seems good ol' Paul doesn't deny the double standards. He's just upset that his rank hypocrisy is pointed out. But to be fair, if he wasn't able to act like this, he'd basically be struck dumb.

An interesting quote from Chairman Dan's FB page from 2016 talking about South Africa....
"black residents [were forced] to carry an extremely detailed ID card at all times - a grotesque kind of 'internal passport' that kept the population split in two".

It seems their Dear Leader was against internal passports before he was in favour of them. Paul will fully understand and totally agree with this type of double standard...or is it double-think?
Posted by mhaze, Saturday, 20 November 2021 8:53:06 AM
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Paul 1405 is an ardent Cancel Culturalist who thinks calling people 'Nazis' is going to shut them down. He is like a rabid Jack Russell terrier, scooting around in circles, biting at its own backside. In the main, most people ignore his constant yapping; but he is encouraged by any response he gets, and some posters seem to like being abused by him.

"The daughter of a cross-bench politician has been attacked in Melbourne because of her fathers support of the governments (sic) bill", he whines.

It's been reported that the Great Dictator himself and his family have also - not surprisingly, thanks to Andrews' appalling behaviour - received threats. Can't take the heat? Get out of the kitchen.

Given the Andrews threats to Victorians if they don't do what he says - massive fines, jail, no freedom of speech - and the fact that he can actually carry out his threats, any petty threats made to him and his gang are totally insignificant.

I'm not going to come out with the usual nonsense about how nobody, even a thug like Andrews, deserves threats or violence. Real life says: you treat people like rubbish, threaten freedoms they are used to, you will get reactions.

For every action, there is a reaction.
Posted by ttbn, Saturday, 20 November 2021 8:53:21 AM
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Of course it has been tough for all of us. Thankfully
most of us have done the right thing to protect not
only ourselves but our family, friends, and communities
as well. With my past medical history I was very reluctant
to be vaccinated with the Astrazeneca vaccine. But as time
wore on and conditions worsened - rationality prevailed and
the double jobs were obtained with guess what - no serious
side effects.

We've moved into a lovely new high-rise apartment. Our building
has had two cases of COVID. However precautions were taken to
protect other residents - and now all's well. Still care is
being taken by all of us.

Victoria is beginning to recover and return to normality.
The Age newspaper points out that:

"Bumping and grinding on the dance floor of nightclubs
is back, alongside standing up to have a beer at the pub and
jumping in to the sweaty mosh pits at gigs."

Life was set to return to almost normal across Victoria with
most remaining restrictions lifted at 11.59 pm Thursday night.
A week ahead of schedule.

Premier Daniel Andrews said with Victoria almost 90 per cent
vaccinated, there would be no limits on visitors to the
home and no caps or density limits for cafes, restaurants and
bars.

He pointed out that:

"Whether it's 100,000 people at the MCG on Boxing Day, or a
smaller group of people standing up at...the local pub having a
beer. This is the COVID normal that every Victorian has built."

Masks are no longer required in workplaces, including offices,
but will need to be worn by hospitality and retail workers
and retail customers.

It's been a long journey - but hopefully with care, we're
getting there. My daughter-in-law has recently successfully
passed her exams - and we're taking the family out for
dinner tomorrow evening. Which is something we are all
looking forward to very much.
Posted by Foxy, Saturday, 20 November 2021 9:52:55 AM
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