They’re laughing at you pal.

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16 Responses to They’re laughing at you pal.

  1. H B Bear

    Will it make any difference?

  2. feelthebern

    These cartoons make Dan Andrews angry.
    When Dan Andrews angry he extends lockdowns.
    Therefore, these cartoons are extending the lockdowns.

  3. Riversutra

    Let’s get in early Cats, theses may not pay as well as Australia Post but we must take what we can get

    Reported in the Guardian.
    The Victorian government is recruiting intelligence and data experts to analyse which workplaces to target for enforcement and surveillance operations, in a significant escalation of its capacity to punish employers who fail to comply with Covid-19 restrictions.
    The 25 new positions within the intelligence division, which the EOI notes are yet to be formally advertised, include a director of intelligence position paying an annual salary of almost $200,000, and six senior roles paying as much as $160,000 per year.

    What is very troubling to me is just how long will Andrews war on Capitalism go for if these are LONGTERM jobs.

  4. Perfidious Albino

    The Intelligence Division of what, VicPol? or some other quasi-legit paramilitary enforcement bureau they are setting up with their ‘CHO Authorised Officer’ BS…

    Love the cartoons – “ridicule… they don’t like it up ’em!”

  5. Tel

    These cartoons make Dan Andrews angry.

    Good.

    When Dan Andrews angry he extends lockdowns.
    Therefore, these cartoons are extending the lockdowns.

    Negotiating with people like Andrews doesn’t work … he’s had plenty of chances to negotiate but he made the choice to be the worst of the worst … now it’s a matter of principle. Full pressure, use lefty tactics and pile on because it’s only what he deserves … Daniel Andrews is weak and ready to crack.

    Get those cartoons to as many people as you know. Get the information out there about their evasion when asked about who made the key decisions regarding quarantine and lockdown. They wouldn’t be dodging questions if they had nothing to hide … these guys know people are onto them.

  6. Terry

    ‘The 25 new positions within the intelligence division…’

    Let me guess. No IQ test required.

    What am I thinking? Not having a frontal lobotomy probably results in immediate disqualification.

    Pay up taxpayers (all three of you that are left) – this is yet another shakedown.

    A country digging its own grave with a grateful smile on its dial.

  7. Terry

    ‘annual salary of almost $200,000, and six senior roles paying as much as $160,000 per year.’

    The cost to the country goes well beyond the money.

  8. H B Bear

    Political cartoons are one of the last holdouts in the MSM. Kevin O’Lemon anyone?

  9. Slim Cognito

    I relate to the first one. I once had a boss that someone in the office dubbed “the eye of sauron”. You would feel the heat but at some stage the eye would turn to focus on someone else for a while.

  10. The Sheriff

    Cormann needs Eurotrash votes to get the OECD job.

  11. Boxcar

    Good old Dan the Small business man. Worksafe is going to be his next “nail in the coffin” headchopper for small business.
    His Omnibus bill had some nice little treats in there. His new nazis have a slew of new “safe” workpenalties they can slap on any unwitting business just trying to survive.
    And what about worksafe itself and its agencies, engorging themselves on ever increasing premiums.
    In the best Andrews tradition, if what you are doing doesn’t work, just blame everyone else, work up some great new fines, and carry on as usual. All the time convincing workers they don’t have to take any care of their own safety.
    Worksafe needs to be dismantled.

  12. egg_

    Good old Dan the Small business man.

    Teh Hunchback is a work hazard, period.

  13. Albatross

    Boxcar
    #3630053, posted on October 23, 2020 at 3:03 pm
    Good old Dan the Small business man.

    In Dan’s defence, business in Victoria is smaller than ever.

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