- Jul 24, 2015
- AFL Club
- North Melbourne
Its obvious to anyone who looks that Gunner doesn't give a fu** about a blackfellas.Well it’s obvious to me that the campaigners bitching about it don’t actually give a fu** about indigenous Australians, they are just using this to suit their narrative. In 6 months time they won’t give a flying fu**!
Some of our Olympic team had to spend two weeks there. Did anyone say anything?
The campaigners who are usually anti-BLM are suddenly ILM.
They aren’t being moved there because they are black and the NT/Australian government is trying to exterminate them.
They are moved there because everyone regardless of race, gender etc is moved there if you are a close contact with a positive Covid case.
AMSANT has supported the agreed road map which requires 80% double dose coverage across all five
regions. The Doherty modelling that has been released is clear that inclusion of children aged 5-11 is
critical to protecting our communities. We agree with a revised target of 80% vaccine coverage from 5
years and above before opening up, beginning two months after vaccination becomes available for this
group. In the meantime we need to maintain the need for 90% coverage for Aboriginal people over the
age of 16.
That didn't happen.
With regard to the requirement for rapid antigen testing and mask wearing in remote communities
below 70% first vaccination levels for people 16 years and over, AMSANT was not included in discussions
about the justification for this specific new measure. We have been involved in discussions about the need
for additional measures to protect vulnerable remote communities with low vaccination rates which we
support. We are also concerned that an overly punitive approach to the implementation of this measure
could undermine efforts to accelerate vaccination in these communities. It is critical that the government
engages meaningfully on why and how this measure should be implemented and alternatives, such as
vaccine passports, that would avoid punitive and potentially criminalising consequences.
They have issued something like 100K in fines to some of the poorest communties in the country tho so at least they aren't being too punative.