Sunday 17th of January 2021

on a beautiful day...

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"Victoria Police have lost all commonsense," one Australian eyewitness quipped upon posting a video showing police telling a 38-week pregnant woman she can't sit down due to coronavirus and social distancing enforcement measures. 

It's one of many recent viral videos to come out of Australia's southeast state of Victoria, home to Melbourne, showing absurd "crackdowns" by police for alleged coronavirus policy violators. "As a pregnant woman I can't sit in the park?" the incredulous woman whose story was covered widely in local media asked the couple of officers who harassed her.

Apparently not... because COVID. “You can only be out of your house for one of four reasons,” the officer responded. “One of those would be exercise. Sitting in a park is not one of the four reasons.”

 

Read more:

https://www.zerohedge.com/political/melbourne-police-surround-arrest-2-elderly-women-resting-park-bench-covid-violation?utm_medium=referral&utm_source=miximedia&utm_campaign=zerohedge

we are not alone, even dead...

So, it’s 2020 and you’ve fallen down the rabbit hole. Disorienting, isn’t it? Well, don’t worry: you are not alone. On this special edition of The Corbett Report, James Corbett welcomes all the newcomers to the reality-based community and gives them some tips and advice that he’s learned along the way about navigating this world of lies and cover ups.

 

See more:

https://www.corbettreport.com/episode-385-a-message-to-new-conspiracy-theorists/

 

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Romanian villagers have re-elected their mayor by a landslide, even though he died two weeks ago from COVID-19 complications.

They justified the re-election by saying he had done a good job and deserved his posthumous victory.

A video shared on social media showed dozens of villagers visiting the grave of Ion Aliman, a Social Democrat, to light candles after voting had ended in Sunday’s local elections.

“It is your victory,” one man can be heard saying.

“Know that you will be proud of us. Rest in peace.”

Mr Aliman won his third term as mayor of Deveselu, a village of about 3000 people in southern Romania, with 64 per cent of the vote, electoral bureau data showed on Monday.

“He was a real mayor to us,” one unnamed woman who wore a surgical mask told private television station ProTV in Deveselu.

“He took the side of the village, respected all the laws. I don’t think we will see a mayor like him again.”

 

Read more:

https://thenewdaily.com.au/news/world/2020/09/30/romania-villagers-re-elect-dead-mayor/

 


in the hands of the constabulary...

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