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steve's picture
8 months ago
by steve

So oddly enough I had recently been thinking of investing in Australia because my understanding was that they were handling the COVID 19 pandemic better than other countries. Then I stumble across this fellow I had never heard of, Avi Yemini, who is a journalist who was randomly arrested while reporting on a protest. The video clearly shows he is minding his own business with other journalists moving around nearby, then a police commander comes along and says he "isn't there purposefully" and orders the surrounding police to arrest him.
I really don't care where you stand politically, there is absolutely no reason in a free society why police should be arresting people without any warning or cause. This goes for anyone of any race or political viewpoint.
We should support and respect police and those in authority, but they must answer to a higher authority even if that is just the rule of law.



steve's picture
8 months ago
by steve

A highly recommended video that breaks down the unconstitutional nature of the "stay at home" orders enforced by local governments.
Regardless of your opinion on COVID 19 and what governments should or should not be doing, this judgement gives a well worded rebuttle to some of the emergency actions taken during this pandemic.