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Gideon Rozner
Director of Policy at . Inner city rightie and militant hedonist. Views are nobody's in particular. As seen on .
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Gideon Rozner 14m
Who cares? By tonight there'll be no flour to buy anyway!
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Ben Robson 19m
What an outrageous statement by ! - So families who experienced suicide, caused by a job loss, can console themselves that it was a success? - So the unemployed are considered a success? - So the economic destruction is a success?
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Gideon Rozner 19m
Replying to @AnnaEarl11
So simply speaking out about a public policy matter makes me 'responsible'? I personally followed the lockdown restrictions to the letter, and never claimed that this virus wasn't serious. All I said was that the lockdown wouldn't be worth it and I was right.
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Adam Creighton 23m
Melbourne returns to six-week lockdown. Every time cases spike we shut down the economy for six weeks and crush freedom of movement? Future historians will laugh at this insanity.
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Gideon Rozner 24m
Andrews: "Everyone knows at least one person who hasn't been following the rules as much as they should have." Yeah, I can think of 10,000 people.
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Sophie Elsworth 28m
Double standards again. From , "You can't pick & choose which rules you follow." Most Victorians have done everything right all along. Protestors didn't & the state government did zilch about it. Now they are trying to lay down the law.
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Gideon Rozner 25m
.: "This is going to be a hard six weeks, but we've done it before, and we've done it successfully?" Successfully?! This bloke is a clown, and his deputy is worse. Both should resign in disgrace.
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Gideon Rozner 37m
You mean the kind of complacency that lets a mass gathering of 10,000 people go ahead because it's in aid of a fashionable political cause? The kind of complacency that puts hotel quarantine in the hands of untrained rent-a-cops who screw the inmates? What a fool.
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Daniel Weil 41m
. having the hide to blame everyone but himself and his ineptitude for this situation is a new low - even for him.
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Sophie Elsworth 42m
The finger pointed again at Victorians by - many who have done the right thing. Yet to admit that he or any of his ministerial team are at fault including hotel quarantine stuff up, BLM protest, ridiculous rules that were set etc.
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Gideon Rozner 42m
I hope journos are ready to ask if protests are permitted. Presumably yes.
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Gideon Rozner 43m
Replying to @Citizen226
You're a miserable, contemptible piece of work. Blocked.
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Gideon Rozner 46m
Absolutely unbelievable that Andrews is blaming the public for not 'following the rules'. What? The rules against playing golf that made no sense whatsoever? The most severe and cruel lockdown in Victoria that failed spectacularly? His arrogance is becoming tyrannical.
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Joanna McCarthy 50m
Devastated for those whose lives and livelihoods were only just starting to recover.
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Gideon Rozner 57m
Replying to @MarieCo92176893
What?
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Gideon Rozner 58m
So? Play the ball you idiot.
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Institute of Public Affairs 3h
"The people of Hong Kong would make a tremendous contribution to this country. These are people that love freedom more than some people who live here." -
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Gideon Rozner 2h
Just ran into a neighbour who owns a dumpling joint in Melb CBD. Poor bloke was beside himself. Thousands of lives are going to be ruined by this. Daniel Andrews is a monster.
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Adam Creighton 3h
Four-week lockdown looms for Victoria. The world has gone mad.
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