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Rogue Premiers Defy The Commonwealth


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A debate has sparked between Prime Minster Scott Morrison and State Premiers over vaccine mandates. Scott Morrison believes Australians have held up their part of the deal and that it is time for governments to step back out of people’s lives.

”Australian’s have done their part, it’s now time for them to be able to step forwards with their lives and for governments to step back out of their lives” said Scott Morrison.

Dan Andrews has lashed back at the Prime Minister saying “why did we have lock downs, because we didn’t have a vaccine. Who forgot to order the vaccine? Wasn’t State Premiers. I do not need and neither do Victorians, they don’t have to be lectured by Scott Morrison about these issues” he said.

Between an estimated 70,000 and 100,000 people attended last Saturday’s protest against vaccine mandates and permanent pandemic laws. There has also been an ongoing protest at Parliament House with people sleeping there overnight. The protest is ongoing despite people becoming saturated and cold when water ruined hundreds of dollars of protestor’s equipment when a barricade was put in place to stop people sitting on parliament steps.

Protesters have said they will be there everyday until mandates end and the bill is ‘killed’. Overnight Andrews has declared anyone over the age of 12 and 2 months is now locked out of the ‘vaccinated’ economy in Victoria unless they have a valid exemption.

“Of course there are many people who are feeling frustrated. I mean over the last couple of years governments have been telling Australians what to do. Now there has been a need for that as we have gone through the pandemic, but the time is now to start rolling all that back” Morrison said.

“It’s time for Australians to move forward with the freedoms that should be theirs, that is certainly what we are doing as a Federal Government. That’s where we see it going, our position on mandatory vaccines is for example in very specific circumstances”.

”As we get above 80% in particular, which the scientific advice shows us and the research shows us, that means Australians can have their lives back. They should be able to go to a cafe and get a cup of coffee in Brisbane when they are over 80% regardless if you have had the vaccines or not” Morrison added.



  1. Strikes me that the anti vaxx community is confused as to what they are protesting.
    They have exercised their freedom of choice and decided not to get vaccinated.
    Fair enough!
    But now they don’t like the concequences of their choice.
    If people don’t want to live life with the concequences they have chosen for themselves, then they should stop whinging, threatening and protesting and make better life choices for themselves.
    Because anti vaxxers have not “done the hard work” as Morrison puts it, they’ve just made a fuss about their personal choices, that most of us see as selfish.


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