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originally posted by: robsmith
...here in Victoria, we are now into a second round of enforced shutdown, as well as curfews, we cannot leave the house after 8pm, except i you are an essential worker...[/url]
I was reading on my phone, when these 3 protective service officers (sort of cops though with less powers, though they can arrest) were eyeing me off, and I head one of them on their mobile, running a rego check on my car. I was a bit pissed off by this as I did nothing wrong.
I did not confront them as I know how these guys work as I used to work on the buses, and on really quiet nights they would blatantly antagonize someone who is an easy target just to get them to arc up and then they use this as an entry to arrest, and slap unwarranted charges just to get a stat, and some entertainment. They really are evil.
My wife is on a running group on facebook, and one of her friends were stopped by the po-lice asking what is she up-to and where is she going, she said for a run. The police asked for i.d, which she did not have, so the po-lice demanded and accessed her garmin gps watch to track her route to see if she was within 5 kilometres of home.
originally posted by: cmdrkeenkid
a reply to: Subaeruginosa
I'm on the PC now rather than mobile, and I noticed your tagline stating, "when injustice becomes law resistance becomes duty."
I think it's time you remove that.
Premier Daniel Andrews is working with the state’s solicitor-general to introduce new legislation and amendments to allow authorities to extend the state of emergency for as long as necessary.
The chief medical officer was granted emergency powers for an additional four weeks, until September 13, pushing it to the six-month legal limit.
The move comes as Victoria continues to see a downward trend in the number of new infections, with 279 new cases confirmed on Sunday while the total active caseload dropped by more than 200.
Concerns have also mounted over specialist housing facilities such as Hambleton House in Albert Park, which was designed for people with mental health issues, which saw the number of infections grow from one to 14 over the course of last week.
Security around the facility was increased after residents instructed to self-isolate were spotted outside shopping at the weekend. All residents were expected to be evacuated from the house by the end of the day.
originally posted by: robsmith
I really have to thank George Orwell for a view of what I see as a reality, Newspeak, the stupid non sensical slogans used by the dictator such as
"keeping apart keeps us together", "Were all in this together" These slogans to me mean the opposite.
originally posted by: kwakakev
This is another arrest in Melbourne for not wearing a mask. At least the officer did not kneel on her neck I guess?
....they took the guns from australia, britain ans canada and are always trying to do so in the usaa