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Punishing Petrovsky

Don’t offend the Grand Poobahs of Australian public health

27 April 2024

9:00 AM

27 April 2024

9:00 AM

It was Walter Map in his 12th century work ‘On the Trifles of Courtiers’ who created the character Eudo, who famously, ‘left no good deed unpunished, no bad one unrewarded’.

Human nature has changed little in the intervening centuries at least to judge by the behaviour of 21st century courtiers presiding over Covid management in Australia.

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