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The number one concern of Victoria’s rulers? Identity politics, it appears – not human life

4 October 2020

2:35 PM

4 October 2020

2:35 PM

While you were distracted by the atrocious horror show that is reality in Victoria, Dan Andrews has successfully created a parallel universe.  

In this brave new world, it doesn’t matter how many lives are lost, businesses go under, or humans are left in financial ruin.   

All that matters is virtue signalling.

It seems that, because the social inclusion policy which drove the Andrews government to hire private security guards to manage hotel quarantine was such a roaring success, he’s decided to extend it.  

Facts don’t matter in Andrew’s new world. 

COVID case numbers don’t matter. 

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