She’d be arrested in Dan Andrews’ Victoria

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26 Responses to She’d be arrested in Dan Andrews’ Victoria

  1. Joanna Smythe

    I wonder what the sign would say today or are there too many possibilities to contemplate.

  2. H B Bear

    At least she was allowed outside.

  3. H B Bear

    Bird would be all over this.

  4. In Chairman Dan’s state there’d be six hefty rozzers standing around ready to tackle her.

  5. MrZee

    We are veiled, we have no music, we have no bars. Living under the TaliDan

  6. Steve

    Does Victoria now have a demonic King Ahab evil spirit guiding it?

    Whats going on is beyond the natural.

    Dont forget behind every front man, there are many just as evil but they sit unseen in the shadows.

    Who are they?

    They need to be exposed and called out…..

  7. Crazyoldranga

    I still don’t get what his end game is. Hitler at least had World Domination as a goal, Demented Dan has what?

  8. Rex Anger

    @ Crazyoldranga-

    Another term of office, at least.

    Then maybe a nice cushy think-tank or consultancy somewhere…

    But given the popular fury LockDan has provoked, I am thinking these ambitionsay be a.little courageous?

  9. Chris M

    Would mass fumigating all Viktorians bring the disease under control Herr Dan?

  10. Nanuestalker

    So Bubbleboy Dan Andrews said today that the curfew was put in place to make the police’s job easier citing alleged tailgate parties at McDonald’s carparks. Is it just me but if you need the police, the best place to find them is at McDonald’s (or Subway)? So why again do we need a curfew if the police can both spend half their shift at McDonald’s getting a happy meal and occasionally issue fines for all those wild carpark parties? The stupidity of Bubbleboy and the woke clowns that StandWithDan. Fuck me!

  11. nb

    Crazyoldranga, #3581218: ‘I still don’t get what his end game is. Hitler at least had World Domination as a goal, Demented Dan has what?’
    West distracted, split, China invades Taiwan. Dec 28.

  12. Joanna Smythe

    I reckon Dan is under orders from China. An experiment to see just how quickly things can turn into a totalitarian state with practically no resistance and no fight back. The population just goes along with the daily orders and the Federal Government under the ever weakening Leadership of Morrison, just lets it happen.

  13. NoFixedAddress

    She’d be arrested in Dan Andrews’ Victoria

    but it was legal/law to do that then just as it is legal/law to do it now.

  14. NoFixedAddress

    which religion can openly practice their Sacred Rites in Victoria?

  15. Pickles

    And you’ll get arrested for posting the suggestion former citizen Davidson. Everything but the party line is incitement.

  16. Thaddeus

    Went fishing yesterday
    beautiful day.
    (i) More than 1 hour out.
    (ii) more than 5 km.
    (iii) Enjoyed myself.
    So three crimes right there.
    Fuck you Dan

  17. Petros

    Now to crash the economy and bring in a communist government. SloMo being a possibly unwitting protagonist. Dan not unwitting.

  18. Frank

    I wonder what the sign would say today or are there too many possibilities to contemplate.

    At least the smokers get a break from being social lepers these days, usually they wouldn’t get a seat without some shrewish busybody giving them a serve.

  19. The BigBlueCat

    A bit of information on the two elderly ladies recently arrested on a Melbourne park bench … I’m reliably informed they are well known “hippy” agitators, and the police had quietly, respectfully and repeatedly asked them for the names and address information. While the snatching of their iPhone is clearly out of line (they weren’t yet arrested), their subsequent arrest seems somewhat reasonable albeit not a good look. A bit like the Collingwood shiela except without the kicking, spitting and resisting arrest (“play stupid games, win stupid prizes”).

    Being arrested isn’t the same as being charged, and VicPol (I’m told) don’t retain a record of the arrest.

    Having said all that, when Asst. Commissioner Luke Cornelius tells us that the curfew helps with the policing of major crimes, we know that the curfew isn’t about COVID-19 (it never was, it was all about policing). And little old ladies, whatever their background, sitting on a park bench (even during a pandemic) is not reasonable suspicion that an actual crime has occurred that requires questioning and detention – just move them on, especially if their intention is to capture police “over-reach” on their iPhone (which it seems it was).

  20. EllenG

    Victoria has no benches with comparable markings. No idea why you put such a stupid choice of image in this. As for the arrest idea, the emerging issue in Victoria is the police. They refused to police the hotels. They appear to have Imposed curfew to suit themselves. They’ve engaged in a variety of weird over the top impositions on citizens. I Titian’s should be worried about the power of the police union and its ability to control by police hierarchy by and politicians.

  21. The BigBlueCat

    I Titian’s should be worried about the power of the police union and its ability to control by police hierarchy by and politicians.

    I’m (again) reliably informed that the Victoria Police Association don’t particularly like the Police Commissioner and his assistant, and really don’t want to go out to a protest. I am much more worried by the decisions of Andrews, Sutton, the Ministers for Health and Police, and the senior Police Command.

  22. Catcalling Inebriate

    BlueCat: My experience going back many years is that the Police Union is remarkably influential in how police function. They are up to their necks in the appointments and manner of the top cops. They intimidate both sides of politics and are, generally, a law unto themselves.
    IMO the people to worry about in the COVID failures, in no order: Premier, deputy sec of Health, Ministers of Health, Police, the two (!) directors of this emergency (neither is the CMO, which is the practice in places where things work) and the media who keep telling people the virus is no as dangerous as suggested by clinicians.

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