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The decrees of Dan Andrews, deciphered.

25 August 2020

1:15 PM

25 August 2020

1:15 PM

Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews must be shocked to find not everyone is happy with his desire to continue to devastate 6 million people at the whim of a press conference.

Andrews responded to concern at his plan to extend Victoria’s State of Emergency for 12 months by tweeting: “Getting back to normal won’t ever be an option if we can’t protect what we’ve already achieved.”

Which, translated, seems to mean “Getting back to normal won’t ever be an option if you don’t grant me even more extraordinary powers to destroy all semblance of normal”.

The Premier, who for months has deemed it too...

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