Victorian Liberal Party prepare rubber stamp to approve Daniel Andrews’ permanent pandemic legislation

The Victorian Liberal Party have spent the night preparing a rubber stamp, in anticipation of waving through Daniel Andrews’ permanent pandemic legislation.

The legislation, named the ‘I can’t believe it’s not a coup’ Act will give the ALP permanent emergency powers up to the lead up of the 2022 election. The LNP say they stand ready to approve the legislation at a moment’s notice.

“We did our best pretending to care last week with the  and then punishing those members of our party that dissented,” Opposition Leader Matthew Guy.

“Pretending to be in opposition is actually harder than opposing. However, we’ll have the normal speeches ready to go about ‘how we oppose this but we’ll vote for it anyway’ type deal.’

Fiona Patten will temporarily come out of witness protection to vote on the legislation, before fleeing the country permanently.

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Agent 47

Yep the cunts will roll over. Controlled opposition.

The Greens and Fiona Patten deserve to face the wall.

Ramjet

It won’t matter anyway, they only need three crossbenchers in the upper house and three of them will pass it through. The brothels were kept open to guarantee Patten’s vote and you could get your pets groomed to get Meddick’s vote. The Covid restrictions were based on political science, not real science.

Hoody

Our local member Billy is saying all the right things, let’s see if he does the right thing.

Peachy

Fiona Patten will temporarily come out of witness protection to vote on the legislation, before fleeing the country permanently.

Hehe, I love how there is now a proper functioning universe to contain the narrative, rather than just disparate stories.

H D

This is not satire

Ramjet

Should be renamed to Preview or Spoiler Alert.

Peachy

Opposition leader Matthew Guy is fiercely against the bill.

He described it as a “massive threat to an Australian democracy”.

lol. I reckon minister sinister has it right:

we’ll have the normal speeches ready to go about ‘how we oppose this but we’ll vote for it anyway’ type deal.’

🥰

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DictatorDavid

I liked this part –

It also outlines the ability to apply pandemic orders to “classes of person” who can be identified by “their characteristics, attributes or circumstances”.”



bjw678

“jew”?

Too Far?

DictatorDavid

I’m seriously considering applying for a green card. I vaguely remember reading someone who did it and think it was on MB, going back nearly 10 years ago.

Does anyone know anything about it? Like do you have to have x amount of cash in the bank? Does spouse and children get included etc

Peachy

I’d be a bit curious to read about this too.

Although I’m not sure about how keen the average punter would be to buy into the US healthcare system….

the counter to that is, perhaps, that it’s better to die a few years earlier but free. Than live a few years longer under the boot of the shitcunts who rise to the top of EZFKA greasy pole?

DictatorDavid

You could probably hedge your bets a little bit. Have enough cover in US for emergency stuff and come back to Australia for anything long term or elective. Maybe…

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stagmal

it’s really hard. u.s is one of the hardest countries to get into; your best bet would be the investor visa (forgot its name) but you need 200k for that. it gets you 5 years i think.

DictatorDavid

I wouldn’t say it’s really hard from the accounts I’ve read. Sure there is hoops to jump thru and not everyone gets an offer. But we tick all the boxes so wouldn’t lose having a crack.

200k investor is also an option but depends what you have to sink your money into. Some countries want you to sink substantial $$ into a business and hire 10 people, to get visa approval.

A fly in your ointment

Adem Somyurek

seems could be the fly in Dan “the Ceaușescu” Andrews ointment…

we’ll see how this fly ‘flies’

A fly in your ointment

if he does, he’d be Dan’s Turkish delight