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Melbourne on track for easing lockdown, but anyone trying to leave city faces hefty fine

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By Renju Jose and Sonali Paul

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unless you're rich, famous or well-connected.

Then the rules don't apply.

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unless you're rich, famous or well-connected.

Then the rules don't apply.

Tsk, another anti-capitalist.

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Tsk, another anti-capitalist.

All but the 17 remaining well-fed people in North Korea would like to have a word.

As for what's happening in Victoria, its a tragedy to see how quickly one of the freest democracies in the world history can slide under the jackboot of authoritarian socialist politicians like Andrews and his goons.

You can watch the videos of the Victoria police and be forgiven for thinking they were Chinese police crushing Hong Kong protesters.

Disgusting.

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I've got friends in Melbourne. They're going through hell, I feel so bad for them. The rules there are really OTT.

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Why let up now??? All business shut down except those directly owned and profiting the Australian and International oligarchs. With WTO rule and now the CCP virus, The world has truly become one big happy Oligarchy.

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> unless you're rich, famous or well-connected.

Then the rules don't apply.

How about in your home country? Is everyone treated exactly the same?

All but the 17 remaining well-fed people in North Korea would like to have a word. 

About capitalism creating inequality? I don’t think you’d enjoy hearing their take on it.

As for what's happening in Victoria, its a tragedy to see how quickly one of the freest democracies in the world history can slide under the jackboot of authoritarian socialist politicians like Andrews and his goons. 

Yes, how dare they care about the safety and welfare of their constituents!

You can watch the videos of the Victoria police and be forgiven for thinking they were Chinese police crushing Hong Kong protesters. 

A bit dramatic.

Disgusting.

Some things are quite disgusting.

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All but the 17 remaining well-fed people in North Korea would like to have a word. 

As for what's happening in Victoria, its a tragedy to see how quickly one of the freest democracies in the world history can slide under the jackboot of authoritarian socialist politicians like Andrews and his goons. 

You can watch the videos of the Victoria police and be forgiven for thinking they were Chinese police crushing Hong Kong protesters. 

Disgusting.

Take it up with Burning Bush.

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