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A reflection on the Victorian Business Oppression during the lockdown

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Oppressive military law in Victoria. We voted for democracy – not oppression. The Victorian Premier and cohorts have the power of arrest, incarceration and conviction outside of normal policing. They held the power to pass the legislation. 

In America they have a saying “Remember the Alamo”. We should be saying “Remember the Eureka Stockade”. 

Everything stinks in Victoria, starting with awarding of the security contract overnight, induction, training and supervision deficiencies and all breaches of OHS legislation. Lockdowns and authorised industries are a joke. Breaches are heavily penalised. 

Most Australians are descents of criminals who were sentenced to transportation for minimal crimes. My wife’s paternal 5th great grandfather was convicted as an 8-year-old and sentenced to death or transportation, an orphan who stole a coat to keep warm during winter. 

Are we going to let elected SERVANTS continue to have these POWERS? How many councillors workers have been stood down? Tax agents and accountants are not authorised industries. We cannot operate our businesses effectively, our offices have to be closed, our staff have to work remotely. If all accountants grouped together and recommended all clients not pay PAYG and withheld from those who are working, BAS, PAYG Tax Instalments and Tax Assessments, the Australian Federal Parliament would be forced to take action. 

As an accountant I see the lopsided effect of lockdowns – clients who have built their business over many years, paid their taxes – now losing their unauthorised businesses, homes and lifestyle assets and have to stand by and watch authorised industries continue to operate without any restrictions. 

It makes me sick that the be all tracing system has failed. The construction industry that worked effectively thru all of last year is shut down for two weeks due to ineffective results of the tracing system in being able to just lockdown infected sites. 

I feel like the 1930s oppressed person in Germany under a dictatorship. A feeling that this cannot be happening in the states of Australia and the Federal Parliament is powerless to intervene.

Well, I have removed this arrow from my heart and continue to exist under the martial law in Victoria.

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