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Can Canberra be held accountable internationally for human rights abuses from state lockdown laws?

2 November 2021

1:00 PM

2 November 2021

1:00 PM

The Western Australia Premier has recently ordered 75 per cent of WA’s workforce to get vaccinated or face job losses or a possible $20,000 fine. Mark McGowan has also decided that he won’t be opening the state borders to unvaccinated people.  

A major objective seems to be the preparation of the citizen for a docile surrender of all their fundamental rights, always in the name of an overly protective, benevolent state.

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