Citing fake virus threat, Victoria Police turn away volunteers

And those volunteers happen to be the experts on the local terrain. This is institutionalised cowardice:

In line with coronavirus restrictions, at this stage we do not require any assistance from the public. We’re living in different times at the moment… we have to be very conscious of COVID.”

– Inspector Jason Goddard has got this

 
Let’s hope 14 year-old autistic lad, William Wall, is found safe and well – despite this shameful negligence.

UPDATE: Victoria Police just confirmed that William’s body has been found in Yarra Junction. They didn’t require any assistance, remember. They had the situation under control. Obviously.

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98 Responses to Citing fake virus threat, Victoria Police turn away volunteers

  1. Nick

    Looks like the boy has sadly been found, dead.

  2. HT

    I’m just speechless at this continuing, weapons grade stupid overtaking the country.

  3. Pauly

    This is the antithesis of Australia. No one gets left behind. You search for your mates.

  4. Lee

    Just saw this on the news.
    Very sad.
    Hope Victoria Police is thoroughly ashamed of itself.

  5. Penny

    What would have happen if they had just ignored the police and carried on looking?

  6. Genghis

    Bloody appalling. What has got into the police. While I am at it the Liberal Party is gutless. O’Brien should have stood up yesterday and said all those TOP Public Servants that cannot remember inportant detail are not fit for the job and will be sacked the first day of a Liberal Government. The vast majority would agree.

  7. Bruce

    NaffDanistan:

    Victorian one day, more Victorian the next?

  8. HT

    Penny
    #3595109, posted on September 23, 2020 at 5:08 pm
    What would have happen if they had just ignored the police and carried on looking?

    The VicStasi would have stopped whatever searching was going on and descended en-mass to fine those filthy curfew deniers as they returned to their own vomit 😡

  9. Mother Lode

    And I am sure when this affair is looked into it will be discovered that no one was actually responsible for the decision.

    I truly find myself feeling that I would not want to go to Victoria. A real sense of apprehension which I rationally no to be over the top. But I know what to expect in other states, I know what to expect from their police, but I begin to feel that I could unawares find myself on the wrong side of some nasty rules and nasty people.

  10. Chairman Dan knew nothing about this.

  11. liliana

    Pauly
    #3595102, posted on September 23, 2020 at 5:04 pm
    This is the antithesis of Australia. No one gets left behind. You search for your mates.

    That was the old Australia before we became a police state and overrun with people who have no love of, or loyalty to, this country. Dan is just seeing how far he can go. He is applying what he has learned from his masters during his many visits to his ideological homeland.

  12. Roberto

    How unspeakably appalling. There wouldn’t have been much contagion risk if the searchers were strung out in lines while moving through the area.

  13. Arnost

    UPDATE: Victoria Police just confirmed that William’s body has been found in Yarra Junction. They didn’t require any assistance, remember. They had the situation under control. Obviously.

    I kinda hope the kid didn’t break a leg and died of exposure overnight… He was only 2K from home. If enough people searched yesterday afternoon they may well have found him!

    Oh wait the szientizts said that it was OK for him to be out there in 6 or 7 C! Wet and windy so wind chill lowering that way down. But no issues. Search isn’t one of the quarantine exemptions. Let him out there.
    Can’t break Dictactor Dan’s edicts. Eh?

  14. Roberto

    Chairman Dan knew nothing about this.

    Naturally. The Dear Leader can never be wrong. Like Big Brother he is infallible, invincible and immortal.

  15. feelthebern

    William Wall

    In death he has a name.

  16. cuckoo

    Mr Andrews said he “was not sure what advice Victoria Police gave” and directed journalists’ questions to them.

    “My understanding was that there may have been some decisions made in relation to COVID safety for instance – I’m only speculating. That’s what I was briefed this morning,” Mr Andrews said, adding that it is “difficult to congregate in large groups at the moment”.

    No doubt this decision will turn out to have been made by the same person who specified the curfew and who ordered private security to the hotel quarantine…

  17. As with pregnant women not being allowed to sit on park benches you must stick to the rules no matter what happens ! Lucky it is not fire season yet as Victorians won’t be able to fight fires unless counted as “exercise” and the only for 2 hours per day. Hopefully no fires after curfew.

    Very sad story.

  18. Walter Plinge

    With dozen of volunteers this might have had a good outcome. I hope Vicpol have this on their conscience for a long time. There will be an inquest or coronial inquiry. Let’s hope the coroner puts the boot in.

  19. notafan

    It was a volunteer from a Melbourne suburb who found the lost boy at mt disappointment.

    Coronavirus should have made no difference.

    People should remember this boy may have died anyhow but the failure to allow volunteer searchers is another black mark against #vicpol and Dandrews

  20. thefrollickingmole

    So certain death vs (running an infection rate vs population as an extremely rough guide)

    6651000 people in vic / 766 deaths total = 8,682 to 0ne chance of the kid dying from covid.

    8682 to 1. (assuming the kid didn’t shrug it off like 99.9% of his age group do)

    Well done you drooling short bus window licking bin chickens.
    FFS this surely rates with the Pomgolians letting someone die in a pond.

  21. notafan

    And that search occurred after the blm rally iirc

  22. Walter Plinge

    There was a big storm with hail came through the outer east yesterday evening. Cold, wet, and branches coming down.

  23. calli

    Pauly
    #3595102, posted on September 23, 2020 at 5:04 pm
    This is the antithesis of Australia. No one gets left behind. You search for your mates.

    Yes Pauly. And you dare the police to arrest you as you search. And if enough people did that, they would win.

    And the child would be found.

  24. Struth

    Yes Pauly. And you dare the police to arrest you as you search. And if enough people did that, they would win.

    And the child would be found.

    This is Australia.
    You always do exactly what the government tell you to do.
    It’s called “the right thing”.

  25. Zatara

    There have now been 48,299 coronavirus ‘cases’ reported at 37 universities in the United States.
    Of those 48,299 reported cases there have been 2 hospitalizations.
    And there have been zero deaths.

    And yet the scam rolls on.

  26. mh

    Every week I think Victoria Police cannot sicken me any more than they have already.

    Yet here we are.

  27. HT

    mh
    #3595212, posted on September 23, 2020 at 6:25 pm
    Every week I think Victoria Police cannot sicken me any more than they have already.

    Yet here we are.

    Indeed.

  28. Whalehunt Fun

    Another innocent’s blood dribbling through the hands of smirking Victorian Police officers. This death will have pleased them no end.

  29. Roger

    This is the antithesis of Australia. No one gets left behind. You search for your mates.

    Victoria is no longer Australian.

  30. Roberto

    This is how the ABC is spinning it:

    However, police said they had enough resources for the job and asked the volunteers to spread the word on social media instead.

  31. DaveR

    Mr Andrews said he “was not sure what advice Victoria Police gave” and directed journalists’ questions to them.

    “My understanding was that there may have been some decisions made in relation to COVID safety for instance – I’m only speculating. That’s what I was briefed this morning,” Mr Andrews said, adding that it is “difficult to congregate in large groups at the moment”.

    Point 1: Daniel Andrews is responsible for the actions of his police minister, and for the police. At all times.

    Point 2: Why was Andrews kept updated during the day? Complete failure again.

  32. calli

    asked the volunteers to spread the word on social media instead.

    Spread what “word”?

    Were they wanting a “virtual“ search?

    These people are certifiable.

  33. feelthebern

    mh
    #3595212, posted on September 23, 2020 at 6:25 pm
    Every week I think Victoria Police cannot sicken me any more than they have already.

    Yet here we are.

    Un.
    Fucking.
    Believable.

  34. If a cop goes missing (whilst bushwalking for example), will you give a damn?

    Volunteers wanted?

  35. Steve

    Pregnant woman being arrested, and now we have dead kids despite people wanted to help find the child…

    Is this is life imitating art – turning into the “V for Vendetta” scenario…..?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vuRUlqveNYg

    Very weird times…..

  36. feelthebern

    William’s Life Mattered.
    WLM.
    Defund VicPol.
    Defund VicPol, now.

  37. lotocoti

    If only the great and good Comrade Stalin Maximum Leader knew, he would set it all right.

  38. Steve

    FWIW, in the occult, it appears the death of the child is the highest level “offering” a dark arts practitioner can make to their “god”……

  39. Delta A

    This is heart-breaking.

    It’s hard to believe that police refused help from locals, who would know the area inside out. I wonder if they now feel any shame, or even regret.

    Doubt it, going by the past weeks’ brutalities.

  40. Steve

    From my experience both as someone who previous was involved in occultic practices ( not the nasty stuff, FYI ) but more ouija boards etc ( which is bad enough….), but now as a Christian, I know people who were previously involved in the black arts, but are now also Christians.

    From my perspective as a Christian who has seen stuff from the other side of the fence ( and believe me I’m seriously happy to be a follower of Jesus…. ) I can sense a very heavy nasty presence with whats going on in Victoria.

    I realize not everyone will “get it”, but you need to view this stuff from a spiritual angle as well, or it doesnt make sense….

  41. mh

    SMH

    Late on Tuesday night, local police took to Facebook to inform locals they weren’t needed in the search because of coronavirus restrictions.

    Inspector Goddard clarified the police position on Wednesday, saying it had nothing to do with COVID and police had adequate resources for the search, instead asking residents to check their own properties for William.

    That decision was met with disappointment, with one man saying, “there is a kid out there, the more people looking the better”.

    Another woman agreed, saying: “Some of us have grown up in this area our whole lives”…

    After the briefing, local Peta McMillan Kelly said she was “dumbfounded” by the decision which was disheartening for locals, some of whom had waited for instructions in the rain for more than an hour.

  42. Steve

    mh…see my posts above….

    May explain things….and yeah…it could be that bad….

  43. Steve

    FYI – I’m conjecturing whats going on, I dont know for sure, but when stuff like this goes on, “normal” may not be the reason….

    Old intelligence maxim –

    “When something doesnt make sense, you must seek another sense” ( i.e. that makes sense of “odd” stuff… )

  44. notafan

    Oh go away ‘Steve’ it’s bad enough as it is without that rubbish.

  45. Rabbi Putin

    Daniel Andrews and the Victorian Labor Party = Criminals on a mass scale

  46. JC

    Get a load of these imbeciles parading around on trail bikes… on a regular bitumen road. Lord, they’re hard to like.

    Defund Vicpol.

    Get a freaking load of them.

  47. Colonel Crispin Berka

    We’re living in different times at the moment

    This statement has been misattributed and was not said by Inspector Jason Goddard.
    It was said by Captain Obvious.

    I have not seen any video of him saying it, but do any of you get the feeling the rank and file have become a bit embarrassed at the edifice they are supporting?

  48. rickw

    Vikpol are sick fucks.

    Life is secondary to their agenda.

  49. Boambee John

    Walter Plinge

    Let’s hope the coroner puts the boot in.

    The chief coroner is John Cain III, third generation Labor “royalty”, and DPP during the Pell trial.

    Don’t hold your breath!

  50. miltonf

    Get a load of these imbeciles parading around on trail bikes… on a regular bitumen road. Lord, they’re hard to like.

    Defund Vicpol.

    Too right- the dystopian future is now. Their silly riot gear makes them look like giant insects from a sci-fi.

  51. areff

    Why the Americans have a Second Amendment.

  52. Michael

    This is very sad, and I’m not surprised to hear VicPol refuse public assistance.
    I can just picture Cornelius saying the local crazies should just stay home.
    And Steve, I’m sorry but I have no idea what you’re talking about. I’m a bit dense sometimes

  53. Steve

    notafan

    Dude, you can ignore it, but it wont go away….

    I have seen some stuff that would turn your hair white overnight, but hey, what would I know despite experiencing it.

    To understand Nazism, you have to understand the occult religious underpinnings of it. I’m working at a high level here, but if you research the Nazis from WW2 and look at their belief structure and love of all things eco etc etc, you will find what currently is running the show right here, right now, is a form of nazism.

  54. Anonandon

    Vicpol has lost its way. I’m saddened by this. There are many fine police officers including several in leadership roles. But not enough.

  55. Snoopy

    The cyclist
    Redshirts
    Gobbo
    Pell
    Quarantine debacle
    Spontaneous curfew
    William Wall

    Barry O’Farrell resigned over a bottle of wine.

  56. areff

    Another former coroner is Jenny Coate, ex Monash Labor Club and party loyalist to the heels of her sensible shoes. Ms Coate, of course, is now investigating on behalf of the Andrews Government how the Andrews Government makes decisions and who remembers when and by whom they were made. ‘Investigating’ used advisedly, as witness after witness has bolted for the cover of ‘I don’t recall’.

    Let’s save Ms Coate some work and write her conclusion in advance:

    ‘Despite repeated efforts by counsel assisting it proved impossible to discern who made the decisions this body was tasked with tracing to their genesis.

    ‘It is the conclusion of this inquiry that a new governmental body be established to rationalise internal interaction, facilitate appropriate intra-agency communication and monitor the progress of the Andrews government’s ascent from an ‘A’ to an ‘A+’ in its proven and valued world-class multi-disciplinary approach to implementing its will among the masses.

    “It is the suggestion of this inquiry that the new agency be staffed with recent Monash graduates, preference to be given to women, cripples, Mooslimbs, tan-trackers and Young Labor members. Recruits may also be found at Trades Hall. All shall have the power to direct Victoria Police to intervene with hooligan elements in the community, allowing they are not too busy allowing teenage boys to die alone, cold and wet in the Warburton bush.’

    Don’t kid yourself Coate will reach any other conclusion. Labor mates are Labor mates when all is said and done.

  57. I have seen some stuff that would turn your hair white overnight

    Yeah ok.

    Concluding that fuckhead Dan is definitely a human sacrificing satanist is bullshit though.

    He’s a hunchback and a fuckhead, leave it at that.

  58. notafan

    It’s a looney take based on zero evidence. Like that Karen Brewer.

    Just go away.

  59. incoherent rambler

    There are many fine police officers …

    Bull.

    If there were any they would be front page news.

  60. Yes Pauly. And you dare the police to arrest you as you search. And if enough people did that, they would win.

    And the child would be found.

    But if the child were to be found dead in that scenario, the police would blame the arrested people for obstructing their work, hence possibly contributing to the child’s death.
    The media would be all in with the cops, spinning the narrative at every opportunity.
    Vic PP might even consider these recalcitrants for murder charges.

    That’s the way shit happens when you have no opposition and a compliant and pliant media.

  61. Old Lefty

    Wait for the Hunchback and his army of leftard Twitter trolls to tell us the kid should have been aborted in the first place.

  62. Old Lefty

    Areff omitted to remind us that Coate was also a member of the Gillard-McClellan leftist political sham of a royal commission. She’ll probably recommend criminal charges against Pell.

  63. Spurgeon Monkfish III

    There will be an inquest or coronial inquiry. Let’s hope the coroner puts the boot in.

    Don’t forget this interminable farce, legal parasites’ picnic and bonfire of taxpayers’ money that’s been effectively hijacked by narcissistic self aggrandising hypocrites pushing a misguided and destructive agenda.

    That pack of incompetent fascist imbeciles in Disasterstan (and Vikpol in particular) should be outed in that royal commission as one of the most evil and unrepentant abusers of people with disability in this stupid stupid country’s history.

    Just note how many people with various disabilities have been on the receiving end of some of the most sickening and inexcusable brutality at the hands of Vikpol over the last few months in particular – and now this poor lad, who died of neglect, alone and no doubt in terrible fear and misery.

    You loathsome disgusting mongrel pieces of shit.

  64. Arnost

    but if you research the Nazis from WW2 and look at their belief structure and love of all things eco etc etc

    That at least is true enough … Hitler and other Nazi leaders were vegetarian and Himmler was the occultist looking ostensibly for proof of Aryan superiority. Basis for Raiders etc…

  65. The measure of a civilisation is how it treats its weakest members.

    Apparently.

  66. The Beer Whisperer

    And I am sure when this affair is looked into it will be discovered that no one was actually responsible for the decision.

    I’ve stated this before. If ever asked to do anything remotely controversial, insist you have it in writing. Because anyone in officialdom wanting to do anything dodgy, will give instructions verbally to provide plausible deniability.

    Of course, Victorian public servants are in the same club as the government and will oblige by taking verbal instructions.

    The solution is to sack any public servant who cannot produce evidence of instruction. And, like magic, written approvals will materialise from thin air. I’d sort out the joint in six months.

  67. …and open source accountability and transparency.

  68. Fat Tony

    notafan
    #3595283, posted on September 23, 2020 at 7:09 pm
    Oh go away ‘Steve’ it’s bad enough as it is without that rubbish.

    That’s interesting notafan. You claim to be a Catholic/Christian but you don’t believe in the evil one.

  69. notafan said nothing of the sort.

    The ridiculous conspiracy claims about Andrews just make us look bad.

    “Ah yes, that LS/Dot fella must be a satanist too”

    Enough.

  70. Fat Tony

    Fuck off Dot – Steve said nothing of the sort and nor did I.
    Learn to read for once and go have another look

  71. feelthebern

    Steve is trying to discredit the content of the thread & the Cat.
    Low energy.

  72. calli

    Release the distraction squirrels!

    The tragedy isn’t enough. We must throw the occult into the mix.

  73. nb

    Liberty Victoria: ‘Just look! Liberty is dangerous. Freedom through imprisonment.’

  74. Siltstone

    Roberto
    #3595235, posted on September 23, 2020 at 6:40 pm
    This is how the ABC is spinning it:
    However, police said they had enough resources for the job and asked the volunteers to spread the word on social media instead.

    “Police said they had enough resouces for the job”.

    The “job” police did was precisely what? To let a member of the public (against their advice) find the deceased.

  75. mem

    F.U Dan. F.U. police A kids life has been lost.Hope you all sleep well tonight. Can’t wait for the bushfire season, no volunteers needed cause Dan has unionized it all so everything will be done professionally. Just like the quarantine. Get this government out of here.

  76. Real Deal

    Steve
    I’m working at a high level here.

    No your not, mate. You’re reading lots of stuff on the web that doesn’t help. A child has died and there is a grieving family. I appreciate your commitment to your Christian faith. I share it and a belief in the devil. But your theorizing about dark rituals in high places without clear evidence breaks the ninth commandment. Andrews and his cronies are rotten enough without unfairly smearing them. I’m with Dot and Nota on that.

  77. Joanna Smythe

    I used to respect the police. Now every time I see them, a police car or hear the word Police, the middle finger automatically appears.

  78. Hay Stockard

    A searcher in the bush on their own is a certain death from Coronavirus. Any fool knows that.
    VicPol disgusts me. And I cannot say ai have a high opinion of the citizenry that allows them to carry on the way they do.

  79. Rob

    Where was the Police Minister – at the hairdresser?
    Can someone dig a comment out of Lisa Neville = waste of space.

  80. Arky

    I can’t add any more to this thread, it’s all been said, and said well.
    I feel for the parents though.

  81. notafan

    Cheers dot.

    Can’t read Fat Tony or your personal bias hanging out?
    These allegations without foundation are made with impunity, until someone like the Websters takes on the Karen Brewers.

    And yes

    Bearing false witness.

    And trolling the blog to discredit it too boot.

  82. Peter S

    He was found by a local.

  83. Up The Workers!

    The statement gullibly bloviating Deadly Dan’s latest Apocalyptic Catastropharianism and knocking back the generous offer of assistance from the otherwise ‘head-stompable’ civilian taxpayer peasantry, is attributed to an “Inspector Jason Goddard”.

    On reflection, and in keeping with current Australian LIARS Party practice, Inspector Goddard kept absolutely no notes and now has no recollection whatsoever of having said any such thing, so whoever’s bum gets booted, it won’t be his.

  84. nb

    Tony Heller: Sweden : The Last Bastion Of Sanity

  85. Makka

    How low can they go?

    Every day we are discovering new depths. Dan’s VikPol are sewer dwelling thugs with no moral code.

  86. Makka

    “My understanding was that there may have been some decisions made in relation to COVID safety for instance – I’m only speculating. That’s what I was briefed this morning,” Mr Andrews said, adding that it is “difficult to congregate in large groups at the moment”.

    Unless it’s BLM you animal.

    Death rates of covid almost ZERO. Incalculably small below say 40yo. Death rate of kids lost in Vic bushland overnight , very high. In some cases almost certain. So much for the science.

    As far as I’m concerned, Vic Govt lost this kid. It’s all on them.

  87. Jonesy

    Is this true? A citizen NOT part of the VicPol organised search found William’s body?

  88. nilk

    This is how the ABC is spinning it:

    However, police said they had enough resources for the job and asked the volunteers to spread the word on social media instead.

    If it were my child who was missing, there could never be “enough” resources to search.

    Scum.

    I can’t imagine how devasted his parents and family are.

  89. The Sheriff

    Dictator Dan probably thinks the kid deserved to be aborted in the first place due to white privilege. Besides, how can the local community just start a search party immediately when there isn’t time to check whether the group would be sufficiently diverse?

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