Barely Ted

 Speak softly and carry a big schtick                                                                                                   

Occasionally the stick will have to be put about, whether it’s fines or sanctions in place to ensure we keep everybody safe.”

– “Liberal” Scott Morrison wants to punish people who refuse a medical procedure even though almost “everybody” already is safe from the largely harmless coronavirus. Like his “National Cabinet” colleagues, he took no action against June’s BLM germ-festival. If the situation is so serious, why didn’t he mobilise the ADF to lock down cities at the time?

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35 Responses to Barely Ted

  1. Shy Ted

    “Liberal” in the US sense of the word.

  2. Carpe Jugulum

    He does realise there is a thing called informed consent.

  3. candy

    I can’t work out who Morrison and Andrews are trying to blame.

    The cases did occur 2 weeks after the BLM march, and inflated out from then, but could be co-incidence. They seem to be hinting at “suburbs” ? all very confusing.

    The app might help but apparently it’s useless.

  4. Makka

    I can’t work out who Morrison and Andrews are trying to blame.

    candy, it’s not who they are trying to blame. It is to DEFLECT blame away from themselves.

    They became wedded to the death virus meme at the beginning, throwing our economy under a bus because Armageddon scenarios from the LSE. Now, they have to keep the bullshit going even though it’s abundantly clear that this virus is easily managed. Otherwise they are admitting the economy destroying response is totally wrong. They certainly don’t want to be blamed for that.

  5. Spurgeon Monkfish III

    If the situation is so serious, why didn’t he mobilise the ADF to lock down cities at the time?

    Because the political and bureaucratic morons don’t know what they are doing and are making it up as they go along.

    All of these ridiculous and unlawful fascist restrictions on people should have been uniformly dumped after the black imbeciles matter idiotfests were allowed to proceed – without even so much as a mea culpa from the political fuckwits who so hypocritically turned a blind eye to them – and no – Beryl Gladyschlocklian’s pathetic attempts to obtain a court order preventing the second Sydney idiotfest from proceeding doesn’t count. Both went ahead without the authorities taking any action against the morons who participated.

    Not. Good. Enough.

  6. Spurgeon Monkfish III

    They certainly don’t want to be blamed for that.

    They certainly will be the next time they have to face the electorate.

  7. sfw

    Makka is right. None of them have the fortitude to say “perhaps we got it wrong”. They will double down regardless of the cost. When the time comes to pay the bill, they will retire with enormous pensions and tell themselves what a great job they did.

    The end will probably come sooner than they think, the virus is attenuating away, like all viruses. The unseen is the massive number of businesses both big and small that are close to collapse, when they begin to collapse en masse there will be no where to hide.

    In the US things are starting to warm up – https://www.usatoday.com/story/money/2020/06/29/coronavirus-oil-industry-troubles-could-fuel-chapter-11-filings-2020/3249794001/

  8. The Liberal wing of the East German Communist Party.

    Makka is right too. They don’t want to admit they were wrong

  9. Roger

    The rationale offered by a Brunswick resident in the msm today for why families broke social distancing guidelines:

    “After BLM, why should we bother?”

  10. Scott Osmond

    The app appears useless. Naturally. Nothing big government does lately works. Except the spending. I had the idea that the app was more about conditioning the population to being tracked. Start with a voluntary system and in a few years make it compulsory.

  11. Spurgeon Monkfish III

    “After BLM, why should we bother?”

    Exactly.

  12. Roger

    The app appears useless.

    Even the ABC ran a piece yesterday suggesting the same, quoting medical scientists stating the money would have been better spent general disease prevention & conventional tracing.

    How many stuff ups does Stuart Robert get before he’s demoted?

  13. Bruce of Newcastle

    NSW says diseased Melbournians escaping over the Iron Curtain will be arrested, fined and sent back.

    New South Wales threatens hefty punishments for Melburnians travelling from hotspots (1 Jul)

    Health Minister Brad Hazzard on Wednesday announced the new travel ban and its corresponding punishments.

    Fines of up to $11,000 apply for anyone crossing into New South Wales from those hotspots without a legitimate reason.

    Do you think it’s a good time for China to start a Melbourne Airlift?

  14. Rossini

    Scomo and Dan the man are both SOFT COCKS!

  15. egg_

    They became wedded to the death virus meme at the beginning, throwing our economy under a bus because Armageddon scenarios from the LSE. Now, they have to keep the bullshit going even though it’s abundantly clear that this virus is easily managed. Otherwise they are admitting the economy destroying response is totally wrong.

    Nailed it.

    Cucks rolled by the UNiGovernment.

  16. egg_

    They will double down regardless of the cost.

    Leftist SOP.

  17. egg_

    The unseen is the massive number of businesses both big and small that are close to collapse, when they begin to collapse en masse there will be no where to hide.

    Peter Strong from Small Business Australia estimated 10,000 small businesses to fold; 100,000 if JobKeeper isn’t maintained post September.

    A big cliff for the tards-in-charge.

  18. Hay Stockard

    I have little doubt that the reason no action was taken about the BLM wankfest was that the children of the Pollies social circle were in their like so many other privileged grubs.

  19. rickw

    The unseen is the massive number of businesses both big and small that are close to collapse, when they begin to collapse en masse there will be no where to hide.

    Everyone I’ve been talking to says they’re on the brink, cash reserves exhausted, no end to the idiocy in sight.

  20. Beachcomber

    Remember that all these new “cases” are nothing more than positive results in scientifically meaningless tests. In most of these “cases” there are no symptoms, not even a common cold. It is another example of how the ABC Media Ministry of Truth use language to deceive.

    The Media is Lying About the ‘Second Wave’

  21. 132andBush

    “After BLM, why should we bother?”

    I think everyone is now thinking this and yet, according to our rulers, the emperor still has his clothes.

  22. bollux

    “why didn’t he mobilise the ADF to lock down cities at the time?”
    Because he has no guts.But he is probably onboard with the 2 QLD plainclothes cops who drove all the way out to Roma, from Bisbane 479 kilometres I kid you not,[no cases ever] and fined the local publican $7000.00 for not obeying Pallachooks asinine rules.

  23. Beachcomber

    Heard anything from the ABC-Media Ministry of Truth about Belarus and Covid-1984. No? Here’s why.

    Belarus’ New Daily Virus Cases Have Been Falling for 6 Weeks. 99.996% of Belarusians Are Still Alive
    No lockdown

  24. And the only thing that remains for the retards to do is go full gallop with renewables. Kill off what business remains and then the people after that.

    You could almost look forward to the Chinese taking over, there’d be no Green/Left remaining as we once again went full coal-steam ahead.

  25. John A

    Bruce of Newcastle #3500567, posted on July 1, 2020 at 12:17 pm

    NSW says diseased Melbournians escaping over the Iron Curtain will be arrested, fined and sent back.

    When I read that quickly, I thought it said:
    “will be arrested and FIRED back.” Quite appropriate, and I suggest they might start by aiming at the National Cabinet.

  26. DAVID JACKSON

    Thanks Beachcomber, the rate for Aussies left unscathed is 99.9996%. Makes you wonder…..

  27. H B Bear

    BLM exposed “We’re all in this together” to be the hollow media spin it always was. All bets were off at that point.

  28. Squirrel

    It’s surely only a matter of time before Morrison is accused of dog whistling for supporting the Victoriastani “lock-downs” – presumably by the same truth-twisters who want us to believe that Wuhan Dan and Co. have done nothing wrong (it’s all the fault of those who have pressured him to ease restrictions too soon, apparently).

  29. Lee

    … the same truth-twisters who want us to believe that Wuhan Dan and Co. have done nothing wrong (it’s all the fault of those who have pressured him to ease restrictions too soon, apparently).

    Those “truth-twisters” have zero credibility as far as I am concerned; after all, they are basically the same sort of people who were quite happy for BLM protestors to have a mass demonstration in Melbourne, indeed encouraged and cheered it on.
    Of course, Dictator Dan was scared shitless of upsetting them by banning the protest, hence he has subsequently lost any moral authority (if he had any in the first place) to order the public around.

  30. Salvatore, Social Distance Martyr

    bollux #3500622, posted on July 1, 2020 at 1:11 pm
    “why didn’t he mobilise the ADF to lock down cities at the time?”
    Because he has no guts.But he is probably onboard with the 2 QLD plainclothes cops who drove all the way out to Roma, from Bisbane 479 kilometres I kid you not,[no cases ever] and fined the local publican $7000.00 for not obeying Pallachooks asinine rules.

    There were Fifteen undercover police. They did Three towns, the fine for each pub was $6672
    This is more than two of those pubs would take in an entire week.

    I’ve seen one of the infringement notices. It was written out before the cops arrived for their inspection.
    The only detail added later was the time (coz the cops didn’t know exactly what time they’d get there)

    By the way, they didn’t fine “the” publican in Roma. There are 10 pubs in Roma, it is a quite a big town. People actually go there for wild weekends & even for holidays.
    They did the Royal, the newest & flashest pub in town, it even has plants for decorative effect.

  31. Boris

    So called harmless virus has killed over half a million people.

    Including people I knew.

    Clowns have no shame.

    Scott Morrison is right not to listen to the idiots.

  32. Struth

    Boris is a fine example of fear and imbecile combined.
    The governments of the west think that they have populations full of Boris types when they are about 10 percent of the population.

  33. Boris

    Last time I checked ScoMo got over 50 of the vote. Most others went to labor, struth and the like are probably less than 1 per cent

  34. Robber Baron

    The Governor-General should order the arrest and trial of each member of the National Cabinet.

  35. Beachcomber

    Struth at 2:38 am

    Boris is a fine example of fear and imbecile combined.

    And also a classic dickhead.

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