Daniel Andrews Imploding Act

 
  YM-Mundrabilla Minister for Railways

Location: Mundrabilla but I'd rather be in Narvik
How is it that so many so called top administrators fronting the Quarantine Inquiry have such poor memories? So many seem to have no memory of or not recall vital activities and decisions.

Is that memory loss due to?:

  • Selective memory
  • Lies
  • Alzheimer's
  • Incompetence

Surely in dealing with a crisis such as we face proper records of decisions and discussions should be kept.

Thank Goodness Train Orders are not issued in such a haphazard manner. Rolling Eyes

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  Valvegear Dr Beeching

Location: Norda Fittazroy
Two sentences:-

The Australian: "Former top cop Graham Ashton said he thought using private security at hotel quarantine was a “deal set up” by Victoria’s Department of Premier and Cabinet."

Carnot: "Dan Andrews Govt is in strife I reckon.  Premier's Cabinet demanded Private Security companies guard the hotels:"

Well done, Carnot; what one person thought had happened translates into "cabinet demanded".  Back to Clear Thinking English classes for you.
  Valvegear Dr Beeching

Location: Norda Fittazroy
How is it that so many so called top administrators fronting the Quarantine Inquiry have such poor memories? So many seem to have no memory of or not recall vital activities and decisions.

Is that memory loss due to?:

Selective memory
Lies
Alzheimer's
Incompetence
YM-Mundrabilla"


All of these people are presumably Honours students in Ar$e Guarding 101. It's an essential for a Public Service career.
  michaelgm Chief Commissioner

How is it that so many so called top administrators fronting the Quarantine Inquiry have such poor memories? So many seem to have no memory of or not recall vital activities and decisions.

Is that memory loss due to?:

Selective memory
Lies
Alzheimer's
Incompetence


All of these people are presumably Honours students in Ar$e Guarding 101. It's an essential for a Public Service career.
Valvegear
Note to self, I do not recall is the only response required.

Edit, hopefully I don’t forget my predetermined reply.
  YM-Mundrabilla Minister for Railways

Location: Mundrabilla but I'd rather be in Narvik
Two sentences:-

The Australian: "Former top cop Graham Ashton said he thought using private security at hotel quarantine was a “deal set up” by Victoria’s Department of Premier and Cabinet."

Carnot: "Dan Andrews Govt is in strife I reckon.  Premier's Cabinet demanded Private Security companies guard the hotels:"

Well done, Carnot; what one person thought had happened translates into "cabinet demanded".  Back to Clear Thinking English classes for you.
Valvegear
ONE key word here:

'DEAL'
  lsrailfan Chief Commissioner

Location: Somewhere you're not
Dictator Dan's growing list of public servants that don't support him: First the Police Commissioner, then the Chief Health Officer and now a senior bureaucrat from the Treasury:

An economist with the Victorian Department of Finance and Treasury has resigned so he can call out Labor Premier Dan Andrews’ handling of the pandemic and the “police state” imposed on Melbourne residents.

Sanjeev Sabhlok, who ­resigned last week, has condemned the policies implemented by Mr Andrews and warned they will unfairly punish the poorest communities in Victoria while holding back business ­investment, skilled migration, education and tourism.

In an opinion piece written for the Australian Financial Review, Mr Sabhlok accuses Mr Andrews of being heavy handed in his ­response to the virus and likens it to the use of a “sledgehammer to kill a swarm of flies”.

Mr Sabhlok — who operates a blog largely dedicated to political and economic reform in India — argues the restrictions in Victoria will signal to the world Australia is “closed for business and doesn’t care for human freedoms”. He makes the argument that restrictions “could never have been justified” even if the coronavirus was to have proved as ­deadly as the Spanish flu.
don_dunstan
Very easy for him to criticize what is going on in Victoria at the moment, everyone is a sniper from the side lines so it seems, it's better for him to concentrate on the corruption and racketeering going on in his home country Wink
  justarider Deputy Commissioner

Location: Free at last, free at last
Dictator Dan's growing list of public servants that don't support him: First the Police Commissioner, then the Chief Health Officer and now a senior bureaucrat from the Treasury:

An economist with the Victorian Department of Finance and Treasury has resigned so he can call out Labor Premier Dan Andrews’ handling of the pandemic and the “police state” imposed on Melbourne residents.

Sanjeev Sabhlok, who ­resigned last week, has condemned the policies implemented by Mr Andrews and warned they will unfairly punish the poorest communities in Victoria while holding back business ­investment, skilled migration, education and tourism.

In an opinion piece written for the Australian Financial Review, Mr Sabhlok accuses Mr Andrews of being heavy handed in his ­response to the virus and likens it to the use of a “sledgehammer to kill a swarm of flies”.

Mr Sabhlok — who operates a blog largely dedicated to political and economic reform in India — argues the restrictions in Victoria will signal to the world Australia is “closed for business and doesn’t care for human freedoms”. He makes the argument that restrictions “could never have been justified” even if the coronavirus was to have proved as ­deadly as the Spanish flu.
Very easy for him to criticize what is going on in Victoria at the moment, everyone is a sniper from the side lines so it seems, it's better for him to concentrate on the corruption and racketeering going on in his home country Wink
lsrailfan
How the good doctor ( sorry , he's  "pope") lasted in the Public Service for decades is testament how hard it is to sack raving looney nut bags.

When he starts ranting that his boss is not qualified, finally a bridge too far - bye bye, dont call us, we won't call you.

@don you really should read his blog. You'd love it.
  speedemon08 Mary
  Valvegear Dr Beeching

Location: Norda Fittazroy
As the old political saying goes, "There's only one poll that counts."
  speedemon08 Mary

Location: I think by now you should have figured it out
As the old political saying goes, "There's only one poll that counts."
Valvegear
On a related note, "Dim Tim" Smith managed to loose a "poll" where it was rigged and there was only one option. This guy is only notable for the smeg pot shots he's been taken at Dan, rather than any policy.

  BrentonGolding Chief Commissioner

Location: Maldon Junction
How is it that so many so called top administrators fronting the Quarantine Inquiry have such poor memories? So many seem to have no memory of or not recall vital activities and decisions.

Is that memory loss due to?:

Selective memory
Lies
Alzheimer's
Incompetence


All of these people are presumably Honours students in Ar$e Guarding 101. It's an essential for a Public Service career.
Note to self, I do not recall is the only response required.

Edit, hopefully I don’t forget my predetermined reply.
michaelgm
A lesson from the late, great John Clarke and that magnificent series "The Games" (very topical ATM) on how to deal with pesky questions at an inquiry

Barrister: I want you to listen very carefully. If you're asked a question about what happened on a particular occasion and you don't want to answer, you say "I don't recall."John Clarke: I don't recall.Barrister: Yes. And if you're asked if some event happened, you say "Not that I recall."John Clarke: Not that I recall.Barrister: That's right. If you're asked whether something happened and it has been established that it did happen, you say "Not in my presence."John Clarke: Not in my presence.Barrister: That's right. If you're asked any detail about anything, it means they think they've got you. You clam up, you say "Not to my knowledge.John Clarke: Not to my knowledge.Barrister: That's right. And if you think you're about to reveal something, anything, you stop immediately, you turn to the judge and you say "Can I have a glass of water?"John Clarke: Can I have a glass of water?Barrister: That's right.John Clarke: God, it's no wonder the court system's going so well is it?
  michaelgm Chief Commissioner

How is it that so many so called top administrators fronting the Quarantine Inquiry have such poor memories? So many seem to have no memory of or not recall vital activities and decisions.

Is that memory loss due to?:

Selective memory
Lies
Alzheimer's
Incompetence


All of these people are presumably Honours students in Ar$e Guarding 101. It's an essential for a Public Service career.
Note to self, I do not recall is the only response required.

Edit, hopefully I don’t forget my predetermined reply.
A lesson from the late, great John Clarke and that magnificent series "The Games" (very topical ATM) on how to deal with pesky questions at an inquiry

Barrister: I want you to listen very carefully. If you're asked a question about what happened on a particular occasion and you don't want to answer, you say "I don't recall."John Clarke: I don't recall.Barrister: Yes. And if you're asked if some event happened, you say "Not that I recall."John Clarke: Not that I recall.Barrister: That's right. If you're asked whether something happened and it has been established that it did happen, you say "Not in my presence."John Clarke: Not in my presence.Barrister: That's right. If you're asked any detail about anything, it means they think they've got you. You clam up, you say "Not to my knowledge.John Clarke: Not to my knowledge.Barrister: That's right. And if you think you're about to reveal something, anything, you stop immediately, you turn to the judge and you say "Can I have a glass of water?"John Clarke: Can I have a glass of water?Barrister: That's right.John Clarke: God, it's no wonder the court system's going so well is it?
BrentonGolding
Thanks, Brenton. Have seen The Games but not for sometime.
YouTubing over the weekend, I’d say. Miss John Clarke’s humour.
  Valvegear Dr Beeching

Location: Norda Fittazroy
That man was a master of irony; it's a shame he's not with us any more.
  lsrailfan Chief Commissioner

Location: Somewhere you're not
How is it that so many so called top administrators fronting the Quarantine Inquiry have such poor memories? So many seem to have no memory of or not recall vital activities and decisions.

Is that memory loss due to?:

Selective memory
Lies
Alzheimer's
Incompetence


All of these people are presumably Honours students in Ar$e Guarding 101. It's an essential for a Public Service career.
Note to self, I do not recall is the only response required.

Edit, hopefully I don’t forget my predetermined reply.
A lesson from the late, great John Clarke and that magnificent series "The Games" (very topical ATM) on how to deal with pesky questions at an inquiry

Barrister: I want you to listen very carefully. If you're asked a question about what happened on a particular occasion and you don't want to answer, you say "I don't recall."John Clarke: I don't recall.Barrister: Yes. And if you're asked if some event happened, you say "Not that I recall."John Clarke: Not that I recall.Barrister: That's right. If you're asked whether something happened and it has been established that it did happen, you say "Not in my presence."John Clarke: Not in my presence.Barrister: That's right. If you're asked any detail about anything, it means they think they've got you. You clam up, you say "Not to my knowledge.John Clarke: Not to my knowledge.Barrister: That's right. And if you think you're about to reveal something, anything, you stop immediately, you turn to the judge and you say "Can I have a glass of water?"John Clarke: Can I have a glass of water?Barrister: That's right.John Clarke: God, it's no wonder the court system's going so well is it?
Thanks, Brenton. Have seen The Games but not for sometime.
YouTubing over the weekend, I’d say. Miss John Clarke’s humour.
michaelgm
I used to love John Clarke and Bryan Dawe, classic Very Happy
  nswtrains Chief Commissioner

https://www.roymorgan.com/findings/8518-victorian-stage-4-restrictions-september-10-2020-202009091315


Suck on that Ruperters
wobert
Saw the Mad Parrot on Sky News on You Tube smugly gloating that support for Andrews had dropped by 20% according to 2 polls. He forgot to inform listeners that the 2 polls in question were showing that Andrews was still very popular until the last hour when an avalanche of anti Andrews polls flooded in all from the same ISP address.

If the idiot took the time to do some research he would have known that these polls had already been withdrawn by their backers due to the fact that they had both been badly hacked.

But the silly old demented moron still kept saying that Andrews was dead meat because they sent out the message he wanted to broadcast. Who listens to the horrible three on Sky News anyhow?
  lsrailfan Chief Commissioner

Location: Somewhere you're not
https://www.roymorgan.com/findings/8518-victorian-stage-4-restrictions-september-10-2020-202009091315


Suck on that Ruperters
Saw the Mad Parrot on Sky News on You Tube smugly gloating that support for Andrews had dropped by 20% according to 2 polls. He forgot to inform listeners that the 2 polls in question were showing that Andrews was still very popular until the last hour when an avalanche of anti Andrews polls flooded in all from the same ISP address.

If the idiot took the time to do some research he would have known that these polls had already been withdrawn by their backers due to the fact that they had both been badly hacked.

But the silly old demented moron still kept saying that Andrews was dead meat because they sent out the message he wanted to broadcast. Who listens to the horrible three on Sky News anyhow?
nswtrains
That muppet has said a whole heap of untrue stuff about the Coronavirus Pandemic, he said last week that apparently 90% of people that had been tested by the CDC in America, HAD NOT died of Corona, (these were people that had other health complaints) #falseflag!!
  Nightfire Minister for Railways

Location: Gippsland
How is it that so many so called top administrators fronting the Quarantine Inquiry have such poor memories? So many seem to have no memory of or not recall vital activities and decisions.

Is that memory loss due to?:

  • Selective memory
  • Lies
  • Alzheimer's
  • Incompetence

Surely in dealing with a crisis such as we face proper records of decisions and discussions should be kept.

Thank Goodness Train Orders are not issued in such a haphazard manner. Rolling Eyes
YM-Mundrabilla
The whole quarantine failure disaster Is a direct result of the political correctness Ideology madness running rife through State Government departments, they are so dan focused on box ticking to fore fill their Ideologic goals.

Quarantine of people coming Into Australia should be done by the Commonwealth Government of Australia, at Commonwealth Government facilities, not run by some unexperienced worker hired by "snapchat"
  Aaron The Ghost of George Stephenson

Location: University of Adelaide SA
How does Daniel Andrews the CEO of Victoria not see 3 emails from the ADF offering support?  Answer: he cannot and did see them or was told of the offer without a doubt. Why did he not accept help from the ADF?  Unions?
NSWGR8022
Of course the Chairman of Victoria saw those letters/emails, he replied to the three of them with four responses.
  Aaron The Ghost of George Stephenson

Location: University of Adelaide SA
Dr van Diemen (of Captain Cook fame in case anybody has forgotten her as she has vanished from the public eye since being shifted sideways) up at the enquiry today with more revelations about people being allowed out of hotel Q while awaiting a test result

https://www.abc.net.au/news/2020-09-17/victorian-hotel-quarantine-inquiry-deputy-chief-health-officer/12672058

Her evidence so far included this little pearl ""I believe that people's behaviour shifts significantly when they know that they have an infectious disease that is causing a worldwide pandemic," she said."

Yeah, and I believe in Unicorns but I ain't seen one yet.......
BrentonGolding
Yeah, I saw this and it made me wonder, medicos, especially those allegedly capable of undertaking a role such as hers are supposed to understand and follow science. There is no real place for ‘belief’ in medicine, it’s all data, just data.

If you want to use your ‘belief’ in ‘medicine’ hand in your degree, and go and work as a chiropractor or osteopath, etc.
  RTT_Rules Oliver Bullied, CME

Location: Dubai UAE
How does Daniel Andrews the CEO of Victoria not see 3 emails from the ADF offering support?  Answer: he cannot and did see them or was told of the offer without a doubt. Why did he not accept help from the ADF?  Unions?
NSWGR8022
Of course the Chairman of Victoria saw those letters/emails, he replied to the three of them with four responses.
"Aaron"


Like all good CEO's Chairman Dan would have a PA who's job it is to read his emails and then update him verbally on incoming mail for his attention or action. So its very highly likely not only did he read them, he was also briefed about them verbally. Like all good PA"s she will no doubt keep her mouth shut and we will unfortunately never know.
  bevans Site Admin

Location: Melbourne, Australia
Another issue for Dumpling Dan.

The opposition has slammed Premier Daniel Andrews for his ‘hypocrisy’ surrounding COVID-19 fines after anti-lockdown protesters were slapped with infringements on the same day he defended a decision to not punish virus spreaders who defied lockdown rules.
HeraldSun


How can it be that people are fined for leaving their home to exercise and yet those spreading the virus are not charged?

What should the CMO be forced to apologise for calling out the group spreading the virus?

https://www.heraldsun.com.au/coronavirus/daniel-andrews-slammed-as-protesters-fined-but-lawbreaking-spreaders-escape-scotfree/news-story/8701bd0503089dd904edfcdf55a4b5f4
  BrentonGolding Chief Commissioner

Location: Maldon Junction
Dr van Diemen (of Captain Cook fame in case anybody has forgotten her as she has vanished from the public eye since being shifted sideways) up at the enquiry today with more revelations about people being allowed out of hotel Q while awaiting a test result

https://www.abc.net.au/news/2020-09-17/victorian-hotel-quarantine-inquiry-deputy-chief-health-officer/12672058

Her evidence so far included this little pearl ""I believe that people's behaviour shifts significantly when they know that they have an infectious disease that is causing a worldwide pandemic," she said."

Yeah, and I believe in Unicorns but I ain't seen one yet.......
Yeah, I saw this and it made me wonder, medicos, especially those allegedly capable of undertaking a role such as hers are supposed to understand and follow science. There is no real place for ‘belief’ in medicine, it’s all data, just data.

If you want to use your ‘belief’ in ‘medicine’ hand in your degree, and go and work as a chiropractor or osteopath, etc.
Aaron
or maybe a career in Aromatherapy, sounds like the Doc has already been sniffing something......
  Nightfire Minister for Railways

Location: Gippsland
Another issue for Dumpling Dan.

The opposition has slammed Premier Daniel Andrews for his ‘hypocrisy’ surrounding COVID-19 fines after anti-lockdown protesters were slapped with infringements on the same day he defended a decision to not punish virus spreaders who defied lockdown rules.


How can it be that people are fined for leaving their home to exercise and yet those spreading the virus are not charged?

What should the CMO be forced to apologise for calling out the group spreading the virus?

https://www.heraldsun.com.au/coronavirus/daniel-andrews-slammed-as-protesters-fined-but-lawbreaking-spreaders-escape-scotfree/news-story/8701bd0503089dd904edfcdf55a4b5f4
bevans
The PC Ideology rules he plays by.

The CHO was just saying It as It was, but alarm bells must of been ringing off tap In Dandrews departments.
  Valvegear Dr Beeching

Location: Norda Fittazroy
How can it be that people are fined for leaving their home to exercise and yet those spreading the virus are not charged?
bevans
Simple. The authorities needed full and complete details about exactly where these people had been, when, for how long and so on. Threatening to fine them would have guaranteed a complete clam up, so that nobody was dobbing on anyone else.
The other thing is, of course, that they were not all caught in the act, and then there's the problem of getting anyone to admit to doing anything wrong at all.

Kid gloves could work; the iron fist would be doomed to failure. We needed info; we had to pay to get it.
  brownhillboy Train Controller

Another issue for Dumpling Dan.

The opposition has slammed Premier Daniel Andrews for his ‘hypocrisy’ surrounding COVID-19 fines after anti-lockdown protesters were slapped with infringements on the same day he defended a decision to not punish virus spreaders who defied lockdown rules.


How can it be that people are fined for leaving their home to exercise and yet those spreading the virus are not charged?

What should the CMO be forced to apologise for calling out the group spreading the virus?

https://www.heraldsun.com.au/coronavirus/daniel-andrews-slammed-as-protesters-fined-but-lawbreaking-spreaders-escape-scotfree/news-story/8701bd0503089dd904edfcdf55a4b5f4
bevans
The PC Ideology rules he plays by.

The CHO was just saying It as It was, but alarm bells must of been ringing off tap In Dandrews departments.
"Nightfire"



This is just another idealist reaction from the Dan Andrews Politburo. Come down heavy on the people who criticize you. Turn a blind eye to the ethnic group who might vote for you in the next election.

The true believers are well and truly being hoodwinked by this would be Dictator.

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