From “Restrictions” to “Lockdown”

After only a day of “restrictions” in the eastern suburbs of Sydney (see previous post) the powers that be have decided that too many people are out and about getting their vitamin D (it was a sunny weekend) and declared a full “lockdown” for the whole of the city. Great eh?

I don’t want to get into the subtle differences between “restrictions” and “lockdown” because I don’t think either are required. It’s all bullshit.

The coronavirus panic has also spread to other states. All copying the lockdown nonsense currently going on in Sydney to one degree or another. All state leaders jumping on the bandwagon. Well I have a theory about this sudden covid issue; something that has not been a real problem in Australia for about 16 months or more… despite the media rubbish spouted day in – day out, and is now supposedly running riot…

My theory…

My guess is this. Aussie PM Scot Morrison has just returned from the G7 meeting in the UK. He was probably grilled by those other wonderful leaders about how the hell Australia has continued to live a normal existence over this past (almost) year and a half, with virtually no lockdowns (apart from the lunatics in Melbourne). It’s my best guess that they all tod him to get moving and create more panic in the population so they all line up for those experimental vaccines.

Anyway, I don’t want to go on about this crap any more. It’s time to focus on how best to do as much as possible despite the restrictions/lockdowns.

So if anyone has any ideas of how to beat the restrictions, work around them or just of good things to do with kids during the school holidays please feel free to let us know.

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