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Flat White

Australia’s white elephant zoo

<em>Covid quarantine, a failure so large it is visible from space </em>

12 October 2022

12:35 PM

12 October 2022

12:35 PM

The Premiers might want to consider balancing their budgets by setting up a petting zoo for their endangered White Covid Elephants. Members of the public could come and visit the hundreds of millions of dollars they cost to purchase and upkeep and ask questions of the zoo keepers like, ‘Why the hell did we build quarantine camps for a seasonal flu that was almost over?’ and ‘Was it necessary to fit convict electronic ankle bracelets to people in quarantine?’

There’s a time and a place for quarantine camps.

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