Lockdown Protests

John U

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Both were illegal protests that had large numbers not socially distancing. The virus does not take notice of your political persuasion.
Align me with them any day of the week. I’d much prefer that than being associated with a violent, destructive, police assaulting, virus spreading, conspiracy theorist, anti vax, Shrine pissing on, Westgate blocking, Daryl Braithwaite singing mob.
 

discomatt

Well-Known Member
Being such a simple minded person could anyone enlighten me with there wisdom and explain, why the politicians who decided all must get vaccinated for the good of society are not required to get it themselves and why the court system that must enforce the laws is also exempt from vaccine mandates.
My guess is if it was for all politicians it would have never been approved by government and if was for the justice system they would fight it then win and cause the whole house of cards to fall down.
What do others think?
 

peterfermtech

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Align me with them any day of the week. I’d much prefer that than being associated with a violent, destructive, police assaulting, virus spreading, conspiracy theorist, anti vax, Shrine pissing on, Westgate blocking, Daryl Braithwaite singing mob.
And others have opinions opposite to you which they are equally entitled to. Rather than opinions about it I would just take the evidence that in both cases they were illegal and there was transmission of virus.
And as for my opinion, it is that neither of them should have been allowed to take place.
 

rogerazz

4x4 Earth Contributer
Being such a simple minded person could anyone enlighten me with there wisdom and explain, why the politicians who decided all must get vaccinated for the good of society are not required to get it themselves and why the court system that must enforce the laws is also exempt from vaccine mandates.
My guess is if it was for all politicians it would have never been approved by government and if was for the justice system they would fight it then win and cause the whole house of cards to fall down.
What do others think?
Is there a law that says you can't mandate certain members of the community? Does anyone know how many politicians have or have not had the jab so I can answer / enlighten people?
P.S. I can't be bothered doing the research .
 

discomatt

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Thats OK Rog, I wouldn't expect you would read anything other than a Murdoch rag although I bet the exclusions for the judicial system does get a mention but I doubt many would think to long on it
 

mikehzz

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BLM aren't left wing or a political group. They have a moral stance, not a political one. They shouldn't have protested either, because at the end of the day, all lives matter.
 

rogerazz

4x4 Earth Contributer
Thats OK Rog, I wouldn't expect you would read anything other than a Murdoch rag although I bet the exclusions for the judicial system does get a mention but I doubt many would think to long on it
Matt oh Matt. Assumptions, assumptions. Please do more research on me so you get your facts right. Then again putting words into other people's mouths might be a good way of proving one's opinion.
P.S. Not recently, however have read porn in my time,so check it out. (smiley face). On this damn mobile and can't get the meme stuff. Lol. Wink, wink.
 

dirvine

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The reason Dan took out the courts out of compulsory vaxing is that under the Westminster system of Government there is a separation of powers. That is a Government cannot tell the Judiciary what to do and the Vice Versa.
 

peterfermtech

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I keep forgetting. The left don't have demonstrations or protests. They just have peaceful marches.
BLM aren't left wing or a political group. They have a moral stance, not a political one. They shouldn't have protested either, because at the end of the day, all lives matter.
Just to balance things as I'm usually referencing the ABC.
 

John U

Well-Known Member
Burning Looting and Murder have a moral stance that’s bloody hilarious ….
Just like 4 police kneeling on one individual, while he begged for his life, until he choked to death, is hilarious.

It’s a complex and complicated issue. Entrenched discrimination and disadvantage is a massive problem in the USA. Australia might not be as bad, but it’s far from perfect.
 
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peterfermtech

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Just just like 4 police kneeling one one individual, while he begged for his life, until he choked to death, is hilarious.

It’s a complex and complicated issue. Entrenched discrimination and disadvantage is a massive problem in the USA. Australia might not be as bad, but it’s far from perfect.
I'm pretty sure no one here condoned that. Although you appear to be trying to use one despicable act as a justification for another/many despicable acts. I also accept that these acts were not the desire of the majority however the message I see from BLM is one of condoning that behaviour.
 

discomatt

Well-Known Member
Freedom is worth fighting for.
Here are some more people fighting for the truth, it will all end up in the top courts around the world and the truth will eventually come out, who knows what that truth will be
 
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