David Limbrick on Victorian Lockdown

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32 Responses to David Limbrick on Victorian Lockdown

  1. m0nty says:

    Very short odds for first guess on his nickname around Parliament.

  2. Tel says:

    One way or another, there will be consequences.

    The Rubicon has been crossed … everything is in play from here.

  3. Old School Conservative says:

    Very short odds for first guess on his nickname around Parliament.

    Brilliant commentary M0nty.
    He raises freedom as an important issue, he slams the government for hiding health advice, and he catalogues just some of the onerous repercussions on the people of Victoria – and you dick around with his nickname.
    Obviously you secretly agree with his criticisms but haven’t got a counter argument.

  4. Chris M says:

    Well there isn’t many people in Viktoria parliament… did the rest die of Covid or is there only ever a single party represented?

  5. Fair Shake says:

    Good speech David L.

    The hidden costs are building up for Melbourne. We are no longer in a democracy.

  6. Tel says:

    did the rest die of Covid …

    This is Australia, they must have been chucking a sickie.

  7. Arky says:

    People.
    Get behind David Limbrick.
    This must end, and never again must a government in this country be allowed to tyrannise it’s populace like the government of this state has done through it’s incompetence, fearmongering and secrecy.

  8. min says:

    he has been the only politician out supporting protestors from small business last weekend .

  9. FlyingPigs says:

    too little… too late…

    he can get fucked.

    merely trying to make sure he’s not strung up on a lamp post.

  10. He’s been on the side of good, Pigs, but I wonder if anyone hears enough from him. Mind you, without media oxygen it can be a challenge.

  11. GD says:

    If anyone deserved a broken back, it’s the lunatic who initiated this state of emergency.

    May he suffer in anguish.

  12. Dot says:

    Arky says:
    June 9, 2021 at 10:52 pm
    People.
    Get behind David Limbrick.
    This must end, and never again must a government in this country be allowed to tyrannise it’s populace like the government of this state has done through it’s incompetence, fearmongering and secrecy

    Yes.

    Also:

    Repeal the Public Health Acts

  13. Mark M says:

    The Victorian tracing app is so good they can’t find Dictator Dan!

  14. egg_ says:

    But, but… ‘Zero Cases” Dan!

    This is the price – broken people, busted @rse Economy…. sounds like Socialism.

    G7 just voted for Global Company Taxation, timely.

    No wonder M00nbat approves.

  15. egg_ says:

    The Victorian tracing app is so good they can’t find Dictator Dan!

    A speed hump at Albert Park?

  16. Entropy says:

    What is it with political parties and their millennial advisers and the misuse of words like “powerful”, “brave” “slammed” etc?

    No one believes them.

  17. jo says:

    Monty the only sensible thing you’ve ever said. There is hope, not much but I am a glass half full.

  18. Rabbi Putin says:

    The LDP in Victoria are worth backing. Limbrick has been a constant sight at the lockdown protests, and Tim Qulty is a prominent regional voice. As they are only two, their numbers in the senate don’t favour them but they’ve been able to poke through a handful of concessions via cross-bench activity. They are the only party currently sitting in Victorian parliament that are worth voting for. Ok maybe Shooters and Fishers also

  19. Up The Workers! says:

    “did the rest die of Covid …”

    Nah…they were all marching in lock-step behind their Chi-Com Leader, Deadly Dan The Chi-Com Man with the names of 820 innocent dead-people on his C.V., when he took his alleged “tumble down the stairs” and in accordance with the inviolable rules of Party Solidarity, they tumbled with him.

    And if you believe that, I’ve got a rusting old antique bridge I can sell you cheap, up in Sydney town.

  20. duncanm says:

    Heard on the news… Vic now has lowest GDP per capita except for SA.

    Dan. Good and hard.

  21. bollux says:

    The time for talking is over. No-one is listening and the dictators continue to trample you little people into the dust. They know you have no real courage, just talk and endlessly theorising on who’s fault it is. We need rope and lamposts.

  22. Spurgeon Monkfish III says:

    We need rope and lamposts

    And flaming torches, pitchforks and pikes.

  23. Rosie says:

    David is correct and ldp were active opposing soe powers.

    Repealing the SOE legislation is top of the list.

    A bunch of us did a lot of letter writing to many mps ( and some lp movers and shaker) regarding extending soe powers last year, sold out by the gang of three and we ain’t forgetting.

    Democracy has been suspended in Victoria for too long.

  24. MACK says:

    Heard on the news… Vic now has lowest GDP per capita except for SA.
    Indeed – Saul Eslake did the analysis and got zero coverage on radio or TV. That there is the key issue – economically illiterate and biased “journalists”. https://www.saul-eslake.com/how-victoria-became-one-of-australias-poorer-states-over-the-past-10-years/

  25. Richard says:

    I’m so angry that I’m starting to worry a little.

  26. Boambee John says:

    MACK says:
    June 10, 2021 at 9:37 am
    Heard on the news… Vic now has lowest GDP per capita except for SA.

    Eslake makes the point that Victoria’s previous high GSP growth was built largely on population growth. Now that has stopped, and the state economy has tanked, the only thing that might keep the per capita rate above SA seems to be a large drop in the state population?

  27. H B Bear says:

    Dan. Good and hard.

    Been saying that for months. Democracy at work. Sorry for those of you who didn’t vote for him. Maybe next time there will be more of you (for the record – I doubt there will be enough. Happy to be proved wrong.)

  28. rickw says:

    The only person in Victorian Politics who isn’t a dirty stinking Marxist.

  29. the sting says:

    A ” senior National ” is too busy smearing a volunteer for attending church , published in the Herald Sun 21st May , that they have forgotten who their real opponents are . Good speech by Limbrick .

  30. The Sheriff says:

    the sting says:
    June 10, 2021 at 12:17 pm
    A ” senior National ” is too busy smearing a volunteer for attending church , published in the Herald Sun 21st May , that they have forgotten who their real opponents are . Good speech by Limbrick .

    The Victorian Nationals are so dumb they think that a small Christian church in Sale is the biggest threat to Victoria. Not lockdowns killing small business, not arresting pregnant mums at home over Facebook posts (they probably cheered that one), not rising electricity prices or the destroyed economy.

  31. A reader says:

    What’s the story about Sale? A quick Google didn’t show me anything.

    Limbrick is a solid voice. Always has a good showing with Paul Murray

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