Those who resist and face incarceration are freer than the ones obeying.So of 4.9 million people in Melbourne suffering historic levels of tyranny, 200 felt their freedom was worth a walk in the park.
Looks like the rest of us on planet earth can expect the same coming soon...
What are we meant to see?Found this on k i w i Farms... it looks like it comes from the user. Easily more than an few hundred.
So there's a group called Ohio Stands Up that's filing a lawsuit against the state to lift the emergency order. I really hope this succeeds. And I'm sure if it does there's gonna be a mountain of salt from karens and doomers.kiwifarms.net
After reporting the lowest case numbers in weeks, Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews has revealed the state’s pathway out of lockdown.
Melburnians, who are living under stage four restrictions – some of the toughest in the world – and regional Victorians, under stage three restrictions, are learning about the Government’s long-awaited plan to ease toward a “COVID-safe normal”.
Not all will be happy with the plan, with expectations that current measures will stay in place for at least a fortnight beyond the current expiry date of September 13.
A draft of the roadmap leaked yesterday showed that Melbourne would remain in stage four lockdown – with a curfew in place between 8pm and 5am and permits required for anyone travelling to work – until September 28.
Modelling released by the government today suggested that restrictions could be in place until mid-October.
“What we know is that if you open up too soon, there is a risk that you’re going to have an outbreak,” director of the health program at the Grattan Institute, Stephen Duckett, told the ABC this morning.
“And that risk gets bigger and bigger every day. And so, it’s almost certain that you’d have to go into lockdown again sometime in the future.”
This morning, the state reported its lowest number of new cases in weeks, with 63 new infections and, sadly, five deaths in the past 24 hours.
What's the use in freaking out??...What use is there in freaking out? In any case Aussies seem to love nanny states.
The guvment basically pays it by printing new money into circulation. The citizen pay for it in inflation, aka diminishing purchasing power. It's a transfer of wealth from the poor people living hand to mouth and the rich that own scarce assets like land, property, stocks.Jump to 15:59. He doesn't want to look at the data and doesn't want to come to terms that this virus only kills as much as the flu. I don't expect anything less from a Radical Leftist where they all deny logic like a Feminist.
At least our old PM on the Right has some brains. If you're young you might not remember Jeff Kennett in the 90s who is a mild version of Trump that removed our state debt and spoke the truth even if it upset people.
The Left love putting us in debt and borrowing money we don't have. Just look at the damage he has caused and it's going to be even worst for businesses now due to COVID-19.