Many Victorians already call Daniel Andrews by the name Dictator Dan after his failed dealing with the State of Victoria during this Bio Warfare that has come out of China.
And its pretty self evident that his team of marketing gurus need to go into overdrive to defend his actions after his failed to show any credibility during the enquiry into how his team handled the Hotel Quarantine episode and his lockdown of the State of Victoria.
Daniel Andrews failed to address that enquiry properly by stating such things as “I dont recall” and passing the buck onto the Health Minister whom then resigned before the enquiry had even finished. A lady with a long history of helping Victorians was made to fall on her sword for the Dictator.
Now we have Dans marketing team now outted for using file photos that were taken two years previous at which the lady in the photo admits quite openly the date of the photo and then the impact that Daniel Andrews actions within the state have caused.
Judge for yourself below in Daniel Andrews own public Facebook profile wherein he attempts to show support for a people he hasnt even visited. Hes trying to make out like hes acting for Victorians in a time where they believe wholeheartedly that his actions make him a dictator.
Its quite clear that the Office of Premier is in marketing mode trying to save the face of a man who has acted Criminally and should be charged for his actions and face the Supreme Court of Victoria for them.
Honesty has become last place in Daniel Andrews modus operandi and he continues to try and con Victorians during a time where he was responsible for their well being.
It could be said that 350 deaths are the responsibility of the Premier in his failed Quarantine Protocols that are obviously military in nature the way he deals with anybody raising a flag or attending the Shrine at the Kings Domain in Melbourne.
You decide. Is he honest, or is he a dictator?
It shouldn’t matter whether you’re doing VCE or VCAL. If you’ve worked hard and done your best – you deserve to succeed. Which is why we’re making things a bit easier for Victorian students.
Year 12 VCAL students who’ve given it their best but couldn’t complete every unit because of the pandemic, will be able to get credit by the VCAA so they can gain their VCAL certificate.
And if you’re a school VET student who couldn’t finish your studies as planned – we’re giving you a guaranteed enrolment at TAFE or a dual provider next year to complete your course, and waiving your VET tuition fees for 2021.
We’re also extending the time for VET studies until 18 December – giving students an extra month to finish, and have it recognised on their VCAL certificate too.
There’s no denying that this year has been a challenge for students right across the state. But especially for those who’ve missed out on the practical, hands-on learning they need to succeed.
These students, and the important skills they’re learning, will be vital to helping Victoria recover from this pandemic.
And we’ll support them every step of the way.