ALP cancels regional sporting events but allows 50,000 to attend football matches in Brisbane
by Jim O’Toole
The Labor Party’s decades-long, regional culture busting offensive stepped up a notch last week when the state government closed down sporting events and large rodeos in rural areas allegedly due to Covid restrictions.
It is quite acceptable for 50,000 people in Labor’s spoilt homeland to attend a Brisbane football match but any event attracting more than 1500 spectators in regional Queensland will be shut down by an urbane Premier and her boss, Chief Health Officer Jeanette Young.
Ridiculous conditions such as having a toilet for every 20 spectators and having them cleaned every half hour or to ban camping for out-of-town competitors is not economically feasible for volunteer sporting bodies.
Australia’s second largest annual rodeo held at Mareeba has been cancelled for the second year in a row followed by the hallmark Cape York rodeo and races held at Laura every June, then Weipa, Bamaga and the outstanding Mt Carbine event held every August.
The enormous financial benefits local communities will lose from these events will have a long-lasting impact. Never mind top level rodeo competitors and camp drafters with valuable horses or stock contractors with special rodeo cattle who will have to turn out their animals.
By the time rodeos kick off again much of this expertise and special animals will be gone and perhaps not ever regained.
While the ALP has always held Far North Queensland in contempt, their culture busting warfare started by the Goss government against northerners and the sparse rural Queensland population has taken another devastating turn.
These community events are run by volunteers and committees are finding it harder to attract workers, some of whom dedicate weeks of their time and expertise to create spectacular events. The cancellation of these community gatherings has broken the morale of rural districts particularly in some Aboriginal communities.
Rural people are even more disillusioned by the inaction and agreement of the Liberal National Party to the ALP’s ideological sanctions on community events naturally applauded by their socialist partners in crime such as Animals Australia, the World Wildlife Fund, Greens and their agnostic ilk.
After two years of inaction it is doubtful some committees will restart should the United Nations planned, influenza epidemic restrictions ever be lifted.
WHO, in conjunction with vaccine manufacturing companies and compliant governments world-wide, plans to continue annual Covid vaccinations provided sufficient numbers of the population survive after the first experimental jab.
If regional communities want to remain afloat perhaps it is time for civil disobedience such as we have seen in Victoria against unconscionable and unnecessary Covid lockdowns of healthy people.
Run the events and let the Covid cops act if they will. We outnumber the ALP Marxists 1000 to one.
As we have reported the Communist Premier Dangerous Dan got what was coming and ended up in hospital badly injured after a well-deserved bashing.
Posted on March 19, 2021, in Animals Australia, Annastacia Palaszczuk, australian Labor Party, coronavirus, Covid Cops, Covid vaccines, Covid-19, General and tagged Animals Australia, camp drafts, Greens, Labor Marxists, laura rodeo, mareeba rodeo, rodeo. Bookmark the permalink. 7 Comments.