Charged with incitement? Oh well... so previously we shared the story about Jim Penman from the Jim's franchise group encouraging his franchisees to continue to operate despite the restrictions and that he would pay the fine if they were charged. Is this incitement as well?
Here's a story from earlier in the week as we're debating the coronavirus restrictions in Melbourne. Some people are still out and about soaking in the world around them. It must be a fantastic experience, but of course it's going to be dangerous. We imagine it would be like a cyclist trying to ride between two buses on the freeway. Wonder if the whales even knew.
She's not wrong, is she? If Australians really needed work to earn an income because there was no JobSeeker or other government benefits (or there was less government assistance), then jobs that were previously 'unsuitable' would suddenly become 'more suitable' and we wouldn't have to rely on foreign workers.
If you're the kind of person who attends functions or events like this (or any sort of mass gathering whether sporting events, rallies or protests), would you feel disappointed (even a bit) if you were put on alert for a possible infection or if you tested positive to the coronavirus?
Would you blame the person who infected you? What about the organisers? The police or authorities? The government? Maybe the premier? Maybe Scott Morrison?
Have you been following this development? Existing buildings at risk due to tunnelling for WestConnex. Have you received a notice of compulsory acquisition for the land underneath your property? You could be at risk too.