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Flat White

‘If you don’t want to be kicked in the head, don’t put your head under a jackboot. It’s not only selfish, it’s stupid.’  

15 September 2020

7:30 PM

15 September 2020

7:30 PM

Drongo alert: what follows is satire.

Victorian strongman Daniel Andrews yesterday dismissed anger over the state’s harsh lockdown as a small number of “selfish and stupid” citizens making a fuss over human rights.

Dictator Dan was responding to questions about heavy-handed police tactics used to enforce rules to restrict the spread of Covid-19.

“All of this can be avoided if people don’t protest.

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