Tag: Do Nothing PM

Australia vaccines: PM wants businesses to set vaccine rules as some senators vote with One Nation

Morrison, leading Australia’s biggest ever Government, wants the private sector to make all the decisions for him. His role to do nothing but photoshoots and prMos. He no longer wants to look in that filthy rear vision mirror because all he can see is the shit and confusion he left in his wake. He certainly doesn’t want to look forward over the horizon because the obvious might just contradict what it is his biggest donors want and that’s just nothing.

So for $500,000 pa plus expenses he wants to opt-out of any decision-making. If only he could have a Hawaiin holiday and leave all the policy decisions to private enterprise. He doesn’t hold the fucking hose. How many ways has he said it? Private enterprise “systems” hold it. They are the nations decision-makers doing the things where the bottom line is the rudder and guides them. Besides they get paid more. It’s as if Morrison is captain of a rudderless ship have others save him. If they go wrong and mess up he’s Scott and free because it won’t be his doing. If all goes well he’ll take the credit for the “freedom” he gave. All for just photoshoots at the cost of $500,000 plus expenses .

Senator Lambie said people who worked with vulnerable people needed a police check, taxi drivers needed to get licenses and it was not discrimination to expect some workers to be vaccinated. “That is the way it is and we do that to keep people safe. How about that? We put others before ourselves,” she said.

Source: Australia vaccines: PM wants businesses to set vaccine rules as some senators vote with One Nation

Coalition provocation and silence fueling ugly Melbourne ‘protests’

Now it lays in front of us, with no meaningful words of condemnation from the Prime Minister, it becomes apparent: the corporate media and politicians seem to have no intention of quelling this unrest. In the weeks and months ahead taking us to a Federal Election, it is imperative for these leaders to convey a message of national unity in condemning this activity. If they can’t, they are unfit for office. If politicians cannot unite against homegrown extremism, Australians could have to deal with homegrown terrorism. We have an opportunity to condemn this irresponsible leadership, this wilful damage to society, because we have just seen public calls for public executions and death threats to people we have elected. And this hasn’t happened before.

Source: Coalition provocation and silence fueling ugly Melbourne ‘protests’

Labor compares Scott Morrison’s comments in the wake of Melbourne protests to Donald Trump’s views on Charlottesville riots – ABC News

Screenshot 2021-11-19 at 07-57-52 Labor compares Morrison's comments about Melbourne protests to Trump's support for violen[...]

Trump fence sat and Morrison took days to respond and do the same.

Ed Husic says Scott Morrison should have more strongly condemned the protestersMr Morrison said the threats voiced by protesters over the weekend had no place in AustraliaBut he said he understood people’s frustrations were drive by governments telling people what to do in the pandemic

He was called on today to exercise national leadership to say to the country ‘we will not tolerate this type of behaviour being directed in this way to our democracy’ and it seems, like with Trump, Scott Morrison doesn’t want to upset violent extremists.”

Source: Labor compares Scott Morrison’s comments in the wake of Melbourne protests to Donald Trump’s views on Charlottesville riots – ABC News

Business wants states to mandate Covid jabs for staff after Scott Morrison vacates the field | Industrial relations | The Guardian

Melbourne Exhibition Centre vaccination hub

Is it any wonder do nothing Morrison is poll sliding? Wait till the election and watch for the grant allocations otherwise known as rorts.

The Business Council of Australia says state governments, not employers, should step up and mandate vaccinations for some high-risk workers after the prime minister declared last week mandating jabs would be left to business.

Source: Business wants states to mandate Covid jabs for staff after Scott Morrison vacates the field | Industrial relations | The Guardian

British foreign minister explains why Scott Morrison’s climate invitation was withdrawn – ABC News

British Foreign Minister Dominic Raab wears a dark suit.

Prime Minister Scott Morrison had a speaking invitation at last December’s global leaders Climate Ambition Summit withdrawn UK Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab confirmed to the ABC Australia had failed to meet the required terms to attendance Australia’s Minister for Energy and Emissions Reduction, Angus Taylor, says Australia is meeting and beating its emissions reduction targets

British foreign minister explains why Scott Morrison’s climate invitation was withdrawn – ABC News