Solidarity forever: Premier must forego $441,439 salary

September: Victorian Premier to become highest-paid state leader.

If we don’t slow this thing down, we won’t just have people waiting in line for Centrelink – we’ll have people waiting in line for machines to help them breathe…”

– The rich Daniel Andrews, today.

 
Medical personnel deliberately killed 50 Victorians in six months under his newly legislated euthanasia scheme.

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30 Responses to Solidarity forever: Premier must forego $441,439 salary

  1. FelixKruell

    What on earth has euthanasia got to do with this?

  2. C.L.

    Um – he’s in favour of deliberately killing old people.

  3. C.L.

    Moreover, while scolding Victorians for not isolating, he mocks tens of thousands of people who now have to line up for the dole. By his own logic, the shutdown will therefore kill people.

  4. FelixKruell

    Um – he’s in favour of deliberately killing old people.

    Yeah, the ones who ask for it, because they’re terminally ill and in pain.

    Not the ones who don’t want to die.

    Quite an important distinction. One I like my leaders to grasp.

  5. Spurgeon Monkfish III

    Not the ones who don’t want to die.

    You don’t know that. State sanctioned murder of the aged inevitably ends up being forced on those deemed by others to be useless eaters, such as their “loving” family members and “medical experts”.

    And grotesque deformed imbeciles like Andrews are not “my leaders” – they’re unaccountable quisling fascist dunderheads who in any just world would be headed for an almighty (and long overdue) fall.

  6. candy

    Not the ones who don’t want to die.

    We can’t be sure though. Throughout the ages family members impatiently waiting for the money have encouraged the older relative to die. It’s nasty but it happens.
    Also I don’t think the unborn get a choice but are removed from the uterus at any stage.

    Dan Andrews is a socialist/communist. It is what he believes. Victorians vote for him. What you are going to do. He has a lot of power and influence over other premiers as well. Kind of a dark influence, but there it is.
    Gladys B seems smitten with him.

  7. JC

    Feel it

    I’d have no problem terminating you if you asked for it. In fact you’d be exhibit A for abortion and euthanasia.

  8. Chester Draws

    State sanctioned murder of the aged inevitably ends up being forced on those deemed by others to be useless eaters, such as their “loving” family members and “medical experts”.

    Citation required.

    Else it is wild bloviation. There’s a lot of things that are “obviously” true, that aren’t.

  9. Kneel

    Can someone explain to me why we are not seeing the data that supports a “lockdown”?
    I mean, it’s there because we might overwhelm the health system, right?
    So to protect the health system from overload, it really doesn’t matter how many people have it, or even how many die – what matters is: how many need ICU/ventilators? If we project the percentages of our own experience forward, would this actually “crash” our existing health infrastructure? If so, carry on. If not, get rid of the lockdown. By all means be careful, but keep an eye on what matters WRT what action we should take, not what makes headlines that sell papers/TV viewers!
    Little (if any) MSM comment on this – it seems to be all “look! extra cases! we’s all gonna die!”, “think of the children!” etc etc.

  10. C.L.

    Not the ones who don’t want to die.

    That’s not the point.
    Daniel Andrews legalised medical personnel killing old people.
    “Assisted dying” is a euphemism which means homicide.

    This total weirdo mocks people lining up in the streets to get the dole. Suck it up, he’s telling them – on half a million dollars a year.

  11. John A

    FelixKruell #3375346, posted on March 25, 2020, at 11:57 am

    Um – he’s in favour of deliberately killing old people.

    Yeah, the ones who ask for it, because they’re terminally ill and in pain.

    Not the ones who don’t want to die.

    Quite an important distinction. One I like my leaders to grasp.

    Try telling that to elderly people in the Netherlands who are afraid of going to hospital because they are more likely to exit feet first in a pine box – without their consent and contrary to expressed wishes.

  12. Mother Lode

    Ha!

    I notice he did not mention breadlines.

    What’s up, Comrade? Too soon?

  13. John A

    Linky supporting my post which came via https://righttolife.com.au/life-issues/euthanasia (and do not dismiss the link because of its source), at which refer point 10.

  14. rickw

    Not the ones who don’t want to die.

    Plenty of those euthanised around the world didn’t want to die, a majority of those who “wanted” to die actually felt obligated to die, and a minuscule number genuinely did want to die.

    What we have in Victoria is an ethical minefield administered by the most incompetent and corrupt Government in the world.

    The solution is to not lift the lid on Pandora’s box.

  15. FelixKruell

    CL:

    That’s not the point.

    So what is your point then? Yes, he legalised euthanasia. No, that has nothing to do with old people getting Coronavirus.

    This total weirdo mocks people lining up in the streets to get the dole. Suck it up, he’s telling them – on half a million dollars a year.

    I’m no fan of Dan Andrews. But this is silly. He wants them to stop physically lining up. To avoid getting sick. By telling them they can use the phone or internet to get the same result. He wants them to address welfare. He just doesn’t want them to get sick while they do so. Sounds pretty sensible to me. His salary is irrelevant.

  16. FelixKruell

    JC:

    I’d have no problem terminating you if you asked for it. In fact you’d be exhibit A for abortion and euthanasia.

    Further evidence for how inconsistently you apply your own principles?

  17. max

    easy for government workers –no need to line up to get money

  18. FelixKruell

    John:

    Try telling that to elderly people in the Netherlands who are afraid of going to hospital because they are more likely to exit feet first in a pine box – without their consent and contrary to expressed wishes.

    Plenty of places around the world have gone too far with euthanasia. Victoria’s law is much stricter. Provided it stays that way, I have no issue with it.

    None of this addresses why euthanasia is somehow now linked to the state response to Coronavirus?..

  19. thefrollickingmole

    So why do they use doctors to kill people?

    Setting up an IV line and running in enough morphine to compromise breathing is, at best a technician (cert 4) skillset.
    Junkies manage it every day, surely its in the interests of efficency if we allow a 2 week course in snuffing oldies and allow docs to stick to their knitting…

    /#amodestproposal

  20. Kneel

    Oops!
    I hadn’t read the other thread when I posted as above.
    Sorry.

  21. Iampeter

    Medical personnel deliberately killed 50 Victorians in six months under his newly legislated euthanasia scheme.

    No, they didn’t. You don’t know what euthanasia even is.
    Otherwise you’d realize the real figure is MUCH higher, since hospitals practice it routinely and always have.

    Um – he’s in favour of deliberately killing old people.

    No, he’s not. But you’re in favor of forcing the terminally ill to keep on living against their will until god sez they get to die, right?
    You’re the same kind of far-left, Christian authoritarian that wanted to stop the development of pain medication.

    You should be loving the corona epidemic and the governments response to it. We’re going to go back to the horrific standard of living you death cultists have been aching to go back to for something like a century.
    Ahem, I meant back to a “traditional lifestyle.”

    PS Andrews being the biggest dole recipient in the state telling those lining up to suck it up is in no way related to euthanasia either, as Felix has rightly pointed out. This is another one of your many non-sequiturs as you randomly try to cram each post with as many disjointed talking points as possible.

    This is not politics, it’s not economics and it’s certainly not even remotely right wing/capitalist.

  22. max

    giving some one right to kill can lead to slippery road.

    If you want to kill yourself why do you need assistance ?

  23. FelixKruell

    Max:

    If you want to kill yourself why do you need assistance ?

    Because it’s not that easy, especially if you’re terminally ill and in pain. Often they rely on their partners, which puts them in legal jeopardy .

  24. Tim Neilson

    You should be loving the corona epidemic and the governments response to it. We’re going to go back to the horrific standard of living you death cultists have been aching to go back to for something like a century.
    Ahem, I meant back to a “traditional lifestyle.”

    Please specify what changes to “standard of living” you’re talking about and explain what “death cultist” doctrines favour such changes.

  25. The BigBlueCat

    max

    #3375617, posted on March 25, 2020 at 3:17 pm
    giving some one right to kill can lead to slippery road.

    If you want to kill yourself why do you need assistance ?

    The issue is that the State Government sanctions the taking of human life, with the medical practitioners being actively complicit. Yet it also decries youth who make the decision to commit suicide because of their mental condition. At the very least this is hypocrisy on the part of government, not compassion. I’m not advocating youth suicide, but I do advocate palliative care improvements.

  26. Tel

    Yeah, the ones who ask for it, because they’re terminally ill and in pain.

    Not the ones who don’t want to die.

    You have a good point there Felix, it’s all about voluntary vs nonvoluntary … that’s one heck of an important distinction.

    So tell me about those people who go to the beach … voluntary or nonvoluntary? Were they forced to go? No … then no need to shut the beach down, because if you don’t want to take that risk you don’t go there. Those people who go to the pubs, clubs, restaurants … voluntary or nonvoluntary? Oh no one forced them, they went of their own accord … no need to close those down either.

    That’s how it works, see?

  27. FelixKruell

    Tel:

    That’s how it works, see?

    Huh? You might need to try explaining that one again.

  28. Iampeter

    giving some one right to kill can lead to slippery road.

    If you want to kill yourself why do you need assistance ?

    Good thing no one’s advocating giving anyone the right to kill anyone.
    This is an appeal to emotion fallacy not an argument.

    Euthanasia laws like the one we have in Victoria are just formalizing a practice that already happens routinely. It is specifically designed to prevent someone from killing anyone and then claiming it was euthanasia, which is always the risk when this sort of thing is happening informally.

  29. Mother Lode

    Else it is wild bloviation.

    Citation required.

  30. nb

    ‘Victorian Premier to become highest-paid state leader.’
    Socialism is a wonderful thing – you just print some more dollars and give them to yourself.
    Wonderful too is making deals to sell the state to Pooh’s belt and road.

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