Daniel Andrews (aka Dictator Dan/Chairman Dan) is one of the most divisive, self-serving, and Machiavellian politicians in recent history. While much is being made of his legacy involving bankrupting the Victorian state, denying free speech and religious freedom, and cancelling the Commonwealth Games, his most atrocious sin has been the destruction of citizen respect and trust in government.
One only needs to look at totalitarian regimes including China, Russia, Iran, Venezuela, and Cuba to realise democracy as a system of government is fragile and delicate.
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