“We Meet It and We Beat It.”
At that point, CBS’s Margaret Brennan could only observe that no country had actually delivered on such targets. Hardly a problem, came Morrison’s reply to the bubble’s bursting. “See, it’s one thing to have a commitment, but in Australia, you’re not taken seriously unless you’ve got a plan to achieve the commitment.” This was delightful coming from a Prime Minister who has no plans to speak off when it comes to dealing with climate change. In fact, Morrison’s tenure has been marked by an absence of plans on any major policy decision. When any have been proposed – the vaccine rollout being the conspicuous example – they have been spectacular failures.
Morrison was particularly fortunate on that score, winning over his hosts with a shameless slogan that sounded hopelessly electoral and starkly mendacious.
Source: Our Man in Washington: Morrison’s Tour of Deception – » The Australian Independent Media Network
Morrison, liar, salesman and diplomat the third amigo in SQAUKUS told the nation he’d smoothed it over with France beforehand. Is there any wonder he’d been sacked by Australia and NZ once before?
France will take the extraordinary step of recalling its ambassadors from Australia and the United States, as the fallout grows from a new defence pact that has infuriated French President Emmanuel Macron. The unprecedented move follows the Morrison government’s decision to tear up a $90 billion contract to buy 12 French submarines in favour of a new nuclear-powered fleet using technology from the US and United Kingdom.
Source: Australia-US submarine deal: France recalls its ambassadors to Australia and United States amid submarine fury
With every problem the Morrison government encounters the Prime Minister will reply that he does not hold the item relating to the probe. Regarding the issue of international students from China confidence in Australia when the Morrison government decides to implement their vaccine passport and allow international students back, it has to be asked will Morrison say; “I do not hold a phone mate.”
When the Chinese government raised concerns Scott Morrison branded these concerns as rubbish in response. He went on to respond that Australia will not be bullied in regards to international students.
To an informed observer or a person who does not need an empathy consultant there seems nothing rubbish and bullying about asking for issues of racism to be addressed.
In 2018 when similar concerns from the Indian government surfaced .
Rather than a hostile dismissive response, Malcolm Turnbull and Simon Birmingham picked up the phone to the Indian government, and organised a trip to India to address the concerns and secure Australia’s International Student confidence.
With Australia’s university sectors facing a projected $16 billion dollar loss by 2023, it is time for Scott Morrison to hold a phone and call to China.
Source: Will the Prime Minister pick up his phone to call China regarding his racist screw up? – » The Australian Independent Media Network
Our PM is a YO-YO
Prime Minister Scott Morrison has been accused of “playing us for mugs” and telling “a bare-faced lie”, after he claimed previous comments that vaccine rollout was “not a race” were taken out of context. But Mr Morrison’s latest explanation of the controversial comments don’t hold up to scrutiny, with transcripts provided by his office proving he was specifically talking about the speed of the rollout. “He tried to mislead Australians,” claimed Labor’s shadow health minister Mark Butler.
“on target” ” worlds best”
then ” Not my fault”
then “Up to you”
Scott Morrison has recommended people in Sydney’s lockdown try to get their second dose of AstraZeneca after eight weeks – instead of the recommended 12 – in a bid to give people faster protection against the Delta strain. It has been hailed as a “great” reform by some, but one leading epidemiologist said he was “gobsmacked” at the change being announced in the middle of a press conference, warning constant “zig-zagging” on AstraZeneca could further damage public confidence in the safe and effective jab.
Source: Scott Morrison suggests another AstraZeneca change amid Sydney crisis
Death of a Salesman. If this doesn’t amplify the need to know why Morrison was sacked in NZ and Sacked by Aus Tourism what does? What are the reasons Australian people need to be kept in the dark? This seems to be the origin of the bullshit Morrison term “underwater matters” the cover-up for total incompetence.
Public relations has trumped public health as the Prime Minister targets the AstraZeneca vaccine as a scapegoat to shift blame from his own incompetence, writes Paul Begley.
Source: Scott Morrison shifts vaccine rollout blame with planned PR strategy