Australian government has gone tyrannical

RedLagoon

Robin
Orthodox Inquirer
So to the men asking for updates to my situation (not sure what thread it was in sorry).

My employer leaves me on the books. But obviously can't pay me as I'm not working so there is a good chance he'll go out of business. This is no small boy BTW, major player in the transport industry.

He is not allowed to visit his own commercial property. Cause unvaxxed.

I have been:

Denied by Centrelink for dole.

Our parental "payment" has been suspended.

We might get some tax back for the insane amount of hours I did.

Baby due in two weeks.

No family around to help us (yet)

So yeah.

Your prayers have helped though so God Bless you to all who did.

I will pray for you and never give in.

Ave Maria
 

Gazza

Woodpecker
So to the men asking for updates to my situation (not sure what thread it was in sorry).

My employer leaves me on the books. But obviously can't pay me as I'm not working so there is a good chance he'll go out of business. This is no small boy BTW, major player in the transport industry.

He is not allowed to visit his own commercial property. Cause unvaxxed.

I have been:

Denied by Centrelink for dole.

Our parental "payment" has been suspended.

We might get some tax back for the insane amount of hours I did.

Baby due in two weeks.

No family around to help us (yet)

So yeah.

Your prayers have helped though so God Bless you to all who did.

I will pray for you and never give in.

Ave Maria
Mate, that’s rough, real rough. Can you crack into your superannuation? I’m 59 and as a result I’ve hit “preservation age”, and can draw down as much as 10% of my total super per year if I want. If you’re not, I know of quite a few friends of mine that pretty much accessed the whole lot by putting in a financial hardship request. Stay safe mate, I’ll be praying for you and your family.
 

Vasily Martian

Pigeon
Orthodox
The case in the NSW Supreme Court concluded today and the judge declared that the government has done nothing wrong in its handling of the plandemic, owing to how Australia has no bill of rights, which means no freedom of movement, no bodily integrity, etc. How terrible. The lawyer heading up this case against the devil's government said that, unless something changes, the court ruling has effectively established limitless powers for premiers who could, conceivably, order the forced execution of, say, all blue eyed babies - powers previously never really brought out into the open like this. Perhaps this is why Australia has been picked as one of the testing grounds in all this. Nevertheless, the lawyer - Tony Nikolic, who could be a good Serbian boy - stated that the judge's decision was not surprising and that he and his ever growing team of supporters, including other high quality lawyers and barristers, had learned a lot from the case and could apply those lessons into the future, including all the way up to the high court.
 

hedonist

Kingfisher
Seems very well organized now in hindsight. Imagine if after the vax was made they pushed it right away like they are now. But nope we have had lockdowns, travel bans etc etc l.

People are desperate for freedom and low on money.

Absolute scumbags.

To all the posters who have refused the vax and lost work I’ll be in your position within two weeks due to the flight pass.
Stay strong.
 

GuitarVH

Kingfisher
Orthodox Inquirer
The case in the NSW Supreme Court concluded today and the judge declared that the government has done nothing wrong in its handling of the plandemic, owing to how Australia has no bill of rights, which means no freedom of movement, no bodily integrity, etc. How terrible. The lawyer heading up this case against the devil's government said that, unless something changes, the court ruling has effectively established limitless powers for premiers who could, conceivably, order the forced execution of, say, all blue eyed babies - powers previously never really brought out into the open like this. Perhaps this is why Australia has been picked as one of the testing grounds in all this. Nevertheless, the lawyer - Tony Nikolic, who could be a good Serbian boy - stated that the judge's decision was not surprising and that he and his ever growing team of supporters, including other high quality lawyers and barristers, had learned a lot from the case and could apply those lessons into the future, including all the way up to the high court.

So the government declared itself innocent of the worst tyranny in human history. Fantastic for them. Now the tyranny will move forward in more oppressive ways and they'll declare themselves innocent of that too. Not only that, but they'll declare themselves champions of freedom and righteous warriors for public safety. Hoorah for the tyrannical dirtbags!
 

CynicalContrarian

Owl
Gold Member
So the government declared itself innocent of the worst tyranny in human history. Fantastic for them. Now the tyranny will move forward in more oppressive ways and they'll declare themselves innocent of that too. Not only that, but they'll declare themselves champions of freedom and righteous warriors for public safety. Hoorah for the tyrannical dirtbags!

I believe one Orwell wrote about such things way back in 1948...
 
So the government declared itself innocent of the worst tyranny in human history. Fantastic for them. Now the tyranny will move forward in more oppressive ways and they'll declare themselves innocent of that too. Not only that, but they'll declare themselves champions of freedom and righteous warriors for public safety. Hoorah for the tyrannical dirtbags!

Wow, the entity that has a monopoly on the application of law and courts and police decided to rule in its own favor?

Guess we'd better just vote harder next time. Thank goodness for the state though, because otherwise who would build the roads, eh?
 

Joseph.b

Chicken
I love Australia, my homeland, but I don't care for the way most of us act these days. For the most part, people here are nonchalant about everything outside of alcohol and sport. But no despair! I'm happy to report I quit my apprenticeship in the city, and am currently doing farm work across the country. it's amazing how based people become without flouride in their water (although they are far from understanding the whole truth). Regardless I plan on having a dozen kids and rebuilding the nation. It's a beautiful land.
 

orthoaussie2121

Sparrow
Orthodox
Sorry for the lengthy post. Have joined three links together.
This is what lies ahead .

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Then this article

And then this..
Australian population : ~25 mil.

Number of quack-cines the Aus. government Clowns have contracted for (at this time) : 150 mil. +

Any NPC Drones who cannot evaluate the mathematics of that.
Deserve their clot shots...
Lord have mercy on us.
 

Gazza

Woodpecker
Sorry for the lengthy post. Have joined three links together.
This is what lies ahead .

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Then this article

And then this..

Lord have mercy on us.
Concerning the 2nd article. Quote; Michael Toole, one of Australia’s “foremost public health experts“.................. Yep, tool by name, tool by nature.
 

RedLagoon

Robin
Orthodox Inquirer
Mate, that’s rough, real rough. Can you crack into your superannuation? I’m 59 and as a result I’ve hit “preservation age”, and can draw down as much as 10% of my total super per year if I want. If you’re not, I know of quite a few friends of mine that pretty much accessed the whole lot by putting in a financial hardship request. Stay safe mate, I’ll be praying for you and your family.

No idea brother, all I've got is my faith in God. I look around and I don't even recognise the place anymore. I came here to build a life, give to the community, have children be part of it all. Be nice. Faithful. Loving.

All of that was. Far
The case in the NSW Supreme Court concluded today and the judge declared that the government has done nothing wrong in its handling of the plandemic, owing to how Australia has no bill of rights, which means no freedom of movement, no bodily integrity, etc. How terrible. The lawyer heading up this case against the devil's government said that, unless something changes, the court ruling has effectively established limitless powers for premiers who could, conceivably, order the forced execution of, say, all blue eyed babies - powers previously never really brought out into the open like this. Perhaps this is why Australia has been picked as one of the testing grounds in all this. Nevertheless, the lawyer - Tony Nikolic, who could be a good Serbian boy - stated that the judge's decision was not surprising and that he and his ever growing team of supporters, including other high quality lawyers and barristers, had learned a lot from the case and could apply those lessons into the future, including all the way up to the high court.

There is no law in Australia.

Wake up.

Also: why do you all wait for someone else to do the dirty work?

Mason judges in a masonic system will never vote for the people.

Why even bother reporting on this? It's all gone. Gone.
 

Laus Deo

Robin
Orthodox
From a leftist MSM outlet but you’ll get no disagreement from me. The most shameless and traumatic period in this country’s history since Federation.

A dark chapter in Australia’s history is closing​

Latika Bourke

Opinion​

October 16, 2021 — 6.17am

Dominic Perrottet has begun the process of closing a dark chapter in Australian history.
Fortress Australia is finally crumbling and the insularity this pandemic has exposed will hopefully be replaced by joyous scenes of families reunited and, eventually, a country made whole again.
For those long locked out of their own nation, the NSW Premier’s announcement that Australians can return home without paying tens of thousands of dollars - and being subjected to the cruel lottery of scarce airline seats - brought an immense relief.
But this day never needed to come. The treatment some Australians have dished out to each other - and particularly to those overseas - has been shameful. We will not look back at this element of our pandemic management with any pride.
No other country sought to treat its own in the way that every Australian political leader chose to. Sadly, their approach was by and large supported by the public.
The bulk of society appeared unmoved by the trauma imposed by the border closures on ordinary Australians whose crime was to be overseas at the time the virus spread from China to the rest of the world.
“You may not be able to get back for these sorts of things, so that’s a risk that unfortunately some people take,” West Australian Premier Mark McGowan said in June when asked about the case of James Turbitt, a man denied the chance to see his mother one last time before she died.
In February, Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews offered to lead the “cold, hard discussion” about closing the door to all Australians except for “compassionate grounds".
Given Turbitt’s case was not considered worthy of a compassionate exemption, it’s difficult to determine just how horrific someone’s circumstances had to be before they would be let in.
What’s worse is that exemptions to dodge hotel quarantine were regularly given to celebrities and the wealthy, including actors and sports stars, who could pay to isolate in luxury instead.
Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk, who recently derided anyone who might want to travel to India, clearly forgot that Australia’s second-largest migrant community after England is India.
But in time we will look back at the federal government’s threat to jail and fine any Australian returning home from India as one of our most reprehensible episodes in this whole sorry saga. No other country thought criminalising citizenship was a red line worthy of crossing.
Senior government figures were cocky at the time, confident that the tough approach would be overwhelmingly supported by the public. It was. How could it not be when this was the example set by our leaders?
While NSW has consistently shouldered the load in hotel quarantining more people than any state, it too began to succumb to pressure by recently slashing the number of Australians it would allow in. This was despite thousands of active cases in the community and on some days none detected in hotel quarantine.
But now that NSW is restoring freedoms to its citizens and opening the borders to the vaccinated, the Balkanisation of the country will come into sharper focus.
Victoria has already signalled it will allow Australians returning home via Sydney into the state without extra tests or quarantine requirements. This is welcome news.
But as the Prime Minister’s own response showed, there is still a long way to go. While NSW said it was ready to welcome anyone vaccinated into the state, including students whose lives have been put on hold and tourists, Scott Morrison kiboshed the move and said he would pursue an “Australians first” policy.
The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade says there are 40,000 Australians who need to get home. Between now and Christmas, Singapore Airlines alone will offer more than 32,000 tickets between Singapore and Sydney. It will not be long before that backlog can be cleared, leaving no need for an “Australian First” approach.
COVID-19 has forced every government to tread a torturous road. Leaders have been forced to make decisions between life and death. No government got everything right.
But it was Australia alone that jettisoned the meaning of citizenship in its response. While NSW has begun the process of tearing down the fortress, the task of restitching back together our social fabric may take much longer.
https://www.smh.com.au/world/europe...s-still-a-long-way-to-go-20211016-p590hy.html
 

CynicalContrarian

Owl
Gold Member
True "Christian" and the anti-globalist leader is we've all been waiting for :


Unless there's a sudden surge in quack-cine illness & injury over summer.
Which they'll falsely blame on the ever elusive China virus.

I don't expect the Clowns here to be too heavy handed until late April / May as the next "flu season" emerges.

Get your matters in order prior to then...
 
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