Dominic Perrottet is dancing his way to a two-tier society

Full vaccinated get WILD rules to be able to stand up in a pub from Monday, however, it would be a danger to society to allow this on Sunday. 

New South Wales Premier Dominic Perrottet has commended the “significant effort” of residents across the state in coming forward for two coronavirus jabs as he confirmed the fully vaccinated will be granted even more freedoms from Monday and announced a major change for travellers arriving Down Under.

The state is on track to hit 80 per cent double-dose vaccination coverage by the end of the weekend, with home visitations to increase from 10 to 20, outdoor gatherings to be capped at 50 and standing up in pubs to be allowed from Monday October 18.

In a major move, Mr Perrottet revealed the state would scrap both hotel and home quarantine from November 1 for the fully vaccinated, declaring Sydney would reopen to the world. 

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  1. The Prime Minister and all Premiers have so much to answer
    for, but I know that good overcomes evil, even if sometimes
    it might take a while, just hang in there and be patient.

    1. I don’t know anyone else who has managed to pull so many people together so quickly, and committed herself so selflessly to our fight for freedom. Not just another pied piper….

      1. Spot on! Seen lot for my 70 years and 33 from it in communist country. But what we see in Melbourne and the jurisdiction in NSW is beyond my experience. Truly North Korea treatment.
        Many courageous people here and Monica is certainly among the most active.
        Thanx Monica

      2. I appreciate what you’re saying, Trish, but I’m a grumpy ole codger and I’ve been at this for a long time. I have become very suspicious of catchy tunes on band wagons.

        I was much more sympathetic to Monica before she threw in with creepy Clive and Craig. They’ve been in politics for a long time and never challenged the crooks in money lending, the pooftas and paedophiles, or any of the other “protected species” in the corporate agencies.

        Catchy tunes on band wagons; Pied Pipers; I’m suspicious.

        1. I understand! 🙂 No doubt you’ve seen a lot to be a ‘grumpy ole codger’. I was a bit concerned about the joining up with UAP too. For me it came down to trusting Craig and Clive over Andrews and Morrison, that simple. And the fact that we did need a much larger platform with much support to keep this fight going. We need our best shot to get rid of Labor and Liberal and I think Monica chose wisely.

    2. I hate to be vague about this but in one video concerning Monica’s incarceration, there was reference to the situation changing within 33 hours. I’m sure you know what I’m getting at. Not 24, 36, 48 or 72 hours, no increments of 12 hours, but 33. 36 would have been the nearest increment but it had to be 33.
      Being interviews on Alex Jones is also a potential problem. Okay, merely appearing on a show doesn’t mean you approve of everything about the host, but look at
      his hand signs-again, I’m sure you’ll know what I mean., This article is interesting-http://mileswmathis.com/taxes2.pdf .

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