We dissect the media's preferential coverage of the covid crisis, the Labor party response to climate change and how big business is more interested in making money than keeping their workers alive.
- After getting horny for Premier Dan Andrews, the columnist class are getting wet for Chief Health Officer Brett Sutton.
- Economics writer the Age wants to force people to lose weight to earn welfare payments.
- The media identified, doxxed and vilified two black women.
- This stands in contrast to the media’s treatment of white people who have broken Covid restrictions.
- Joel Fitzgibbon, the Labor party’s Shadow Resources minister, thinks that that Labor party has been infiltrated by the greens.
- The Victorian government has pushed back an update to emission targets, again.
- If you withdraw money from your Superannuation, you may not be able to claim Jobkeeper payments.
- JBS Meat Processing, the site of a Covid outbreak, has been caught forcing workers to take annual leave instead of sick leave.
- The Spotless laundry in Dandenong also tried to force workers to work in unsafe conditions. The workers went on strike, and forced Spotless to withdraw it’s complaint with the Fair Work commission.
- Kathryn Campbell, the secretary of the Department of Social Services, says she doesn’t know what Robodebt is. Asher Wolf has the receipts, showing her answering questions about robodebt multiple times in the past.
- Kathryn Campbell was appointed to Julia Gillard, and oversaw the cuts to single mother’s parenting allowances.
- Scott Morrison told aged care providers to open up for visitors “or the commonwealth would get involved”.
- …while withdrawing his own mother from aged care.
- The Federal Government’s own commission into aged care found that funding to aged care is $13-26 billion short of what it should be.
- Federal Health Minsiter Greg Hunt took personal offence at Dan Andrew’s calling out of the running of aged care.
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