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This craven breed of men

Looks like we’ve got the governments we deserve

22 August 2020

9:00 AM

22 August 2020

9:00 AM

Let’s be honest. The docile, supine, pusillanimous way in which many Australians are meekly accepting being ordered into their homes, having their jobs deemed ‘inessential’ and seeing the quality of their kids’ lives seriously compromised hardly qualifies us for a shot at winning any ‘greatest generation’ competitions. The Spanish Flu was more lethal by far, comparatively deadly to the young not old, and came right after a horrific world war.

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