How long can Mr Morrison stay quiet on Australian crisis?

When you have a large country, in our own region, that suggests they want peace and harmony and yet are not prepared to call out the actions of an autocratic state that wants to violate the territorial sovereignty of their neighbour, then that is very concerning. Chilling. I’m calling that out.”

– For two years, Scott Morrison has financed and endorsed several police states whose violent assault on human rights in his own country has no historical precedent. Vladimir Putin didn’t shoot Australians in the back with rubber bullets, arrest pregnant women, launch gestapo raids on churches mid-service or pepper-spray little old ladies. Our own ‘leaders’ did.

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5 Responses to How long can Mr Morrison stay quiet on Australian crisis?

  1. jupes says:

    SloMo also has nothing to say on the Canadian crisis. You would have thought that the emergence of a dictatorship in the Anglosphere, would be a little more interesting to an Australian prime minister than the goings on in Eastern Europe. But no.

  2. Franx says:

    Funny to think that Scott Morrison believes he has the wherewithal to advise China on matters of international diplomacy.

  3. Lee says:

    Amen, C.L.

  4. Bruce of Newcastle says:

    Unfortunately between widespread Stockholm Syndrome, resentment of the unvaxed and unadulterated fear whipped up by the MSM there’s a large majority of people who like all the repression. Hence Andrews and McGowan’s popularity.

    Just goes to show what is inside of people when become fearful of something.

    So Morrison isn’t going to squeak about any of this until the election, and then not thereafter either. He isn’t going to risk his new career opportunities outside politics by making such a stand.

    The irony is that the virus is now considerably less dangerous than normal flu.

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