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 Dirty Dan’s people banned in Queensland

01.07.20. Oh my goodness! Xi dung Dan, China’s man in Oz can’t take a trick these days. His Stasi state is buckling at the knees with branch staking and corruption allegations. His smart-arse attitude and adherence to secrecy and dictatorial ways are starting awaken his adulators and they are not happy Jan. Another lockdown is likely to bring out the crazies for a bout of biff with the coppers. Could this sweet gift from the gods spell the demise of China Man Dan?
Ten Melbourne postcodes have been targeted in crackdowns. Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews has reimposed draconian restrictions across swathes of Melbourne hotspots, as health authorities manage “unacceptably high rates” of community transmission and hundreds of people who refused to be tested.

Speaking at a press conference, Mr Andrews said ten postcodes would only be allowed to leave their house for four reasons – work, school, care or care giving, daily exercise, food and other essentials. Commencing at midnight tomorrow night, the lockdown will run for four weeks until July 29.
“These are extraordinary steps, these are not things we have had to do in the past but such is the nature of this virus, it is so wildly infectious that if we don’t take these steps now we will finish up in a situation than locking down ten post codes we will be locking down every postcode,” Mr Andrews said.
Mr Andrews said police would be patrolling suburbs in lockdown and fining people who weren’t adhering to the guidelines.
“They will be patrolling throughout these communities and if people are out of their home then they will be politely asked why are you out of your home and if you are out of your home for anything other than a permitted reason then financial penalties apply – on-the-spot fines apply,” he said

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  • Thunder 01/07/2020, 7:14 am

    So why did I see THREE Victorian cars at a small shopping centre yesterday in Brisbane.
    And watched a the driver of one car walked into the local Surgery ??

    HF !

    • Baysidegal 01/07/2020, 7:53 am

      I believe 650,ooo people have been let into Qld from interstate so far. May as well have dropped the border from day one with that count. It’s Bulltish!!

      • DT 01/07/2020, 11:34 am

        And Queensland businesses restricted in dealing with those potential customers.

        No wonder the economy engine room, small businesses, is in trouble.

    • Mustapha Bunn 01/07/2020, 10:21 am

      Don’t worry I saw 3 Qld. and 1 NSW registered cars in Melbourne yesterday… fair swap?

    • DT 01/07/2020, 11:27 am

      I drove about 300 kilometres round trip to Newcastle NSW on the highway recently and noted the many Victoria and Queensland number plates, heading north and south from both states.

      Yes, I realise the NSW borders are open, but Queensland is closed isn’t it?

  • luk1955 01/07/2020, 7:36 am

    I work in Knifepoint, 3032 postcode. I bet our store will be thronging with people today, and for the next 4 weeks, making one man in particular very happy.

    The Victorian Public Health Act states that fines can only be issued by the Health Officer, not the police.

  • JS 01/07/2020, 7:42 am

    Evidence that CV-19 is an absolute hoax

    See for yourself https://youtu.be/-Vkxk_XjDe8

    • DT 01/07/2020, 11:36 am

      Considering the deaths around Australia so far and the numerous patients who have experienced far worse illness than seasonal influenza I prefer to remain vigilant and stick to social distancing, hygiene and other common sense precautions.

      • Big Al 01/07/2020, 2:05 pm

        Which is what I was taught from the moment I left the crib; aka ‘common sense’. Lived through polio, measles, chickenpox, tuberculous, influenza, …………………..; still here, but much more warped these days with – cps – cynical pessimistic skepticism and have always looked out for my own health because that’s what a sensible person does, warped or otherwise.

  • JG 01/07/2020, 8:13 am

    Our so called leader in Qld the sitting duck now acting like she is a hero after sending businesses to the wall. AND to top it off blaming the PM for her short comings.
    Her whole approach has been about politics. The PM has said all along do nt close the borders. The sitting duck ignored this but now blames the PM for lack of leadership. ALP bull as usual with Qld election in November. Not to mention the by election on Sat. All about timing.

    • Disgruntled 01/07/2020, 8:35 am

      Wodda bloody wanka she is eh?

      • Lorraine 01/07/2020, 9:11 am

        In my opinion all the State Premiers have been wankers in this crisis and the only person that has tried hard to be better is Gladys. Daniel Andrews is the drip that keeps on dripping, as are the other State Premiers. one thing for sure we see their metal and it ain’t pretty/

    • DT 01/07/2020, 11:32 am

      Sky News commentators have been saying for a while that most of the Premiers are manoeuvring to maximise their own political survival plan and trying to reflect any blame towards the Prime Minister and Federal Government, also planning to have the Federal business and jobs support monies continued into 2021 to offset the state economic damage arising or developing from business closures and other State regulations and impositions.

      The National Leaders Cabinet is a forum for discussion and voluntary cooperation chaired by the PM, decisions are implemented if a Premier is willing to use State powers.

      • Disgruntled 01/07/2020, 2:12 pm

        Hey D T, it sticks out like the proverbial dogs dangles that that is what the Qld duck is doing; early on cuddle up to the P M and now try to throw him under the bus; but he is not having it and replied ever so respectfully; good on him.

        I’m not sure if the National Leaders Cabinet is working as well as it could as the recalcitrant premiers just seem to do what suits themselves without thinking of the nation as a whole; perhaps the P M should get savage!!! and to hell with the consequences; and probably he may get (would get!) much more support from the “silent”mob.

  • Albert 01/07/2020, 9:58 am

    State governments are filled with talentless dills, most with arts degrees that indicates that they have never held down a real job and have little, if any, real and sensible understanding of the problems that beset us or how to combat them.
    Then we have local government that not only ignores the laws set down in the constitution but is filled with even bigger drongos than the state governments.

    • Peter Sandery 01/07/2020, 10:14 am

      I have but one question, Albert and that is who voted those dills into power. I know our electoral system is wanting in some ways but the ultimate arbiter in all of this is the voters; if they are not prepared to conduct the due diligence required of them for the system to work, it won’t and as we see, doesn’t.
      Perhaps if voting was voluntary rather than mandated, we would get a better standard of representation but I can hear the SJW’s and venal party power brokers screaming against that idea before I hit the submit button.

      • DT 01/07/2020, 11:45 am

        I agree with you Peter but add that once again post-Whitlam Labor 1970s public education is being revealed as younger people are elected to parliaments.

        One example in NSW is the Environment Minister, Minister for everything that is woke, a show pony who has been reported as a missing member of his local Rural Fire Service who has rarely been seen since he paraded for photo opportunities after he joined. But no doubt too busy dreaming up climate hoax taxpayer monies squandering projects.

        For example, he wants to convert public transport buses to Electric Buses. The changeover cost including infrastructure would be huge.

        His latest announcement is that he has become the first Australian politician to drive a government Electric Vehicle, a Tesla 3 about the size of a Mazda 3. Retail price in the luxury range $70-80,000 and range, he told the media, sufficient for driving from Parliament House Sydney return to his northern suburbs electorate home about three times.

        My question is that EV have been available for many years in Australia and most politicians have supported climate hoax programmes and tell voters the programmes are good for us, and have been pushing us towards EV transition so: why is he the first and only EV user?

  • DT 01/07/2020, 11:23 am

    Be fair folks, Dan has a lot on his plate at present, like sorting out CCP belt and road demands and interest repayments on loans, unstacking the branch stacking fraud and complying with control and management orders from the CFMMEU faceless bosses.

    And much more covering up.

    • Disgruntled 01/07/2020, 2:21 pm

      Ha-ha D T, what we gotta do now is stock up the pop-corn and wait for the entertainment to begin eh?

      At least it gives my miserable old life something to look forward to.

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