By TONY MOBILIFONITIS
THE fury and frustration shows on the face of this 35-year-old businesswoman, Carly Söderström, a photographer from Torquay, Victoria, Australia, who says she’s on the brink of breakdown because the power-crazed and corrupted premier Andrews and his gang of bureaucratic thugs has locked Victoria down for a fifth time.
Only a mentally deranged state leader would relentlessly attack and cause serious harm to some 10,000 businesses, described by Bill Lang of Small Business Australia as “bleeding”. He says some 100,000 business owners across the nation have been forced to sell their homes to keep afloat.
But Dan and his crew of state-wreckers personally pick and choose who can stay open and it’s mostly those activities that employ people under the control of his union thug mates. People like Carly don’t matter, or those who she works for, like the young couples getting married.
The Liberal Party, whose traditional constituents are the small business operators, has been caught flat-footed by this organised war on the middle class by the CCP, the World Economic Forum, the Gates-Rockefeller crowd and so on. The Libs, like fools, have been running with the lockdown-and-vaccinate agenda pushed by these global corporate elites. They’re scared of challenging the narrative and the best they can come up with is welfare like ScoMo’s tax breaks of special “COVID support”.
Carly is furious with the hypocrisy and double standards of the criminally negligent Andrews, Australia’s spearhead destroyer of small business and the families that run them. She is bitterly betrayed by a government running a giant social engineering project based on a bunch of lies that half the population is now aware of.
This is not the first time she has spoken up for the plight of the small business community that Andrews is deliberately trying to destroy on behalf of his big corporate bosses including the Chinese Communist Party. You want products and services? Andrews and his corrupt circle keep the big guys like Woolies and Coles and a few other big corporates open. His union buddies get to keep mowing lawns for councils or keeping big building projects alive, while successful private franchises like Jim’s Mowing are maliciously shut down.
Cairns News has heard of union officials saying “we don’t give a stuff about the rest of them” because they got a good deal with their boy Dan. Jim’s Mowing, understandably, is suing the Andrews regime for $60 million. The sane regime is also being pursued for a similar amount by Ian Cook, whose food manufacturing and supply business iCook Foods was destroyed by a brazen lie spoken out on media by the despicable little grub Bret Sutton who continues to make a fantastic living telling lies.
All this, as the power-drunk Andrews, back from a three-month “recovery”, has just kicked the people of the state of Victoria in the guts again. They were on a recovery path from 10 months of crippling lockdowns but are now back in so-called “Snap Lockdown” on the basis of some fraudulent PCR-tested “case”.
But did the power and money-corrupted lunatic learn anything during his enforced holiday? Apparently not. He’s back, drunk again on his dictatorial powers to cripple a state simply by issuing a decree, faithfully repeated by his media sycophants at the ABC, The Age, the Herald-Sun and the TV channels. Yes, “Snap Lockdown”. You get the idea? The Glorious Leader snaps his fingers and the state shuts down. Oh ain’t that sort of power sublime eh Danny Boy?
Small businesswoman Carly meanwhile, was encouraged for a while when her last letter to the Victorian government went viral. What else does a decent citizen do but write to the political leaders of the state when things are desperate. But Dan, like his union big shots, doesn’t give a stuff.
Carly soon learned the reality. “Whilst I’m incredibly grateful and if I’m honest, a little overwhelmed with how viral my own letter to the Vic Government has gone, it doesn’t change my circumstance. I’m still out of work, without support and desperate to build momentum in my business again,” she wrote on her social media page.
“My voice is just one of countless Victorians suffering right now. My inbox is full of stories from others in a similar circumstance to me. I refuse to sit back and watch this government run our incredible state into the ground. We have one of the most diverse cultural hubs in the country, full of talented creatives who have been ignored in their pleas.
“I speak for us, but also those in the fitness, beauty, entertainment and hospitality industry. This conversation must continue. This must be discussed at dinner tables across Australia tonight, because these politicians are slaves to their public image. They need to know you’re angry and they need to hear it repeatedly.”
In another reflective moment she wrote: “What I would do, to be able to jump on a plane and go literally anywhere away from this rapidly deteriorating, southern state, Victoria. I’m sure I’m not alone in this sentiment, but watching corruption, negligence and incompetence erode everything that makes Victoria an incredible place, whilst people delude themselves thinking it’s “for our health” is breaking my heart.”