Luvvie Scott Morrison finally criticises violence in Victoria

Committed, he says, by citizens. “Those threats and intimidation have no place in Australia.”

Federal politicians fear for safety following protests

Good. They weren’t very fearful for safety when Daniel Andrews was ordering his VicPol gestapo to run people down on horseback, bash women in the street, arrest pregnant mothers in their homes and shoot protesters in the back. There is nothing Australia needs more than a political class that is frightened of voters.

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17 Responses to Luvvie Scott Morrison finally criticises violence in Victoria

  1. Ivan Denisovich says:

    They weren’t very fearful for safety when Daniel Andrews was ordering his VicPol gestapo to run people down on horseback, bash women in the street, arrest pregnant mothers in their homes and shoot protesters in the back.

    Exactly, CL. Double standards in neon lights.

  2. Pommyal says:

    Another nail in his political coffin.
    It appears threats and intimidation are the only recourse left. Peaceful protest is routinely ignored.
    Stringing them up doesn’t even come close to what they truly deserve.

  3. Lee says:

    Yet you say absolutely nothing when Victorians are assaulted, harassed, pepper-sprayed, shot at and intimidated by the people supposed to protect them, Scummo.
    Nor nary a word of criticism of the most authoritarian premier in Australia and his government.
    So I strongly advise you to piss off, and stop digging you yourself further into your hole!

  4. Terry says:

    ‘…and stop digging you yourself further into your hole!’

    No, no. By all means, keep digging.

  5. Lee says:

    I presume this is part of Scummo’s “cunning plan” (as Baldrick would have said) of enticing (not) more people to vote for him?
    I suggest he read Dale Carnegie, then again he has probably never even heard of him.
    Why is he demonizing the very sort of people who would have previously voted for him?

  6. Lee says:

    I suppose it had to come to this; the Murdoch-obsessed KRudd had to stick his oars into Victoria’s woes.
    And not surprisingly it’s from an anti-Murdoch, anti-Victorian protesters angle (but no doubt Scummo would approve):

    https://www.michaelsmithnews.com/2021/11/kevin-rudds-made-himself-useful-with-this-handy-reminder-of-despot-dans-dictatorial-excesses.html

  7. Morsie says:

    Politicians always protect each other.Bugger the rest of us

  8. twostix says:

    Ignoring the big ticket events, this was just your average threats and intimidation a minute ago.

  9. Ed Case says:

    Are there Spooks and Agents Provocateur at these rallies?
    There were on January 6, likely led by Trump.
    At least Scotty didn’tnencourage people to take to the streets, then left them for dead, like a certain Obese Toupee wearing President.

  10. jupes says:

    We now have daily reports of Dan Andrews the Victim. Here is the latest example:

    His comments followed revelations in The Age and The Sydney Morning Herald that counter-terrorism officials had charged a Melbourne man who encouraged anti-lockdown protesters to bring firearms to State Parliament to execute the Premier.

    Imre Pelyva, who was recently charged with incitement to manufacture explosives, appears to have previously held a gun licence, and encouraged protesters at anti-lockdown rallies in Melbourne’s CBD to “bring out rifles and shotguns!”

    “Someone need [sic] to shoot Mr Dan f— in the head with a .50 cal explosive tip! Just to make sure hes [sic] gone for life!” wrote Mr Pelyva, who sought to disguise his real identity via an encrypted messenger service. “Are we allowed to take firearms to the protest?”

    Incitement to manufacture explosives.
    Previously held a gun license.
    Sought to disguise his real identity via an encrypted messenger service.
    Someone need [sic] to shoot Mr Dan f— in the head with a .50 cal explosive tip! … Are we allowed to take firearms to the protest?

    Looks like they’ve caught a real terrorist mastermind this time. Maybe the 50% of ASIOs counter-terrorism budget used for garage-Nazis isn’t wasted after all.

  11. Perfidious Albino says:

    All this hoo-har over a set of mock gallows at an otherwise entirely peaceful protest. It has at least brought the usual suspects out of their holes eg: Mark Dreyfus, to render outrageous outrage where there was crickets when VikPol were caught on camera inciting actual violence and rolling in on unarmed civilians with assault rifles, armoured cars, rubber bullets, sling tackles and kerb stomps.

    And yes, in an ideal world they absolutely should fear us more than we fear them.

  12. Ed Case says:

    It’s a stooge up, same as the Horse Punchey guy.

    If the organisers can’t offer Security to weed out Spooks with Nooses, think twice about turning up.

  13. C.L. says:

    I’m always amazed and amused by the timely appearance of “death threats” whenever leftist politicians start losing control of the narrative.

  14. Lee says:

    It is significant both here and overseas how often leftists use red herrings (the January 6 so-called “insurrection” in Washington D.C., or a couple of loonies carrying mock nooses at protests in Melbourne, for example) to distract from or excuse what they are doing.
    I am vastly more worried about the threat from a power-drunk premier with little empathy or regard for human rights given untrammelled power, than an idiot carrying a mock noose around city streets.

  15. Boambee John says:

    Ed Case says:
    18 November, 2021 at 9:42 pm
    It’s a stooge up, same as the Horse Punchey guy.

    Mr Ed is concerned about his cousin?

  16. Boambee John says:

    Ed Case says:
    18 November, 2021 at 7:55 pm
    Are there Spooks and Agents Provocateur at these rallies?
    There were on January 6, likely led by Trump.

    Actually, there is good evidence that the Agents Provocateur on January 6 were US federal officials, principally from the FBI. I wonder how many of those in Melbourne were from VicStasi or ASIO?

    The only armed people at the first unarmed insurrection in history were US federal officials.

    And Trump was still speaking a mile away when the events occurred. Has he perfected the art of being in two places at once? Impressive!

  17. Eyrie says:

    They didn’t need to bring a mock gallows. Any convenient lamp post will do.

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