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There’s more to Daniel Andrews social engineering plans than the pandemic bill 

9 November 2021

4:00 AM

9 November 2021

4:00 AM

Daniel Andrews is not a state premier so much as he is an engineer – a social engineer who is using the office of premier to impose his worldview on a depressed and dispirited populace.

While punch-drunk Victorians are still getting their heads around the controversial Pandemic Management Bill, which is currently before Victoria’s Upper House, Dictator Dan is already salivating over his next assault on their freedoms.

In the lead up to Christmas — Daniel Andrews has nothing if not a superb sense of timing — the state parliament is expected to vote on legislation that will severely curtail the religious...

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