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Watch: Aussie floods aftermath – lack of government response criticised

Decsribed by some as a ‘one in 1000 year event’, large-scale flooding in northern New South Wales and southern Queensland has caused extensive devastation to property and loss of life.

Citizens are questioning the lack of response and assistance from Scott Morrison’s federal government, and absurd regulations which prohibited unvaccinated people from ‘pitching in’ to fill sand bags and join rescue teams.

At least 10 people are reported to have died.

Video in the town of Lismore near the State border filmed after the waters had subsided showed the widespread damage caused by the flood, but no government presence on the ground to assist the victims, many of whom had lost everything.

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  1. Just how are those unfortunate enough to have been forced onto the cashless welfare card, expected to survive in the flood zones? All business have lost access to EFT and are reverting to cash only. With 80% of their income limited they have no cash.
    This is plain cruelty.
    All the more reason for us to reject the reserve banks push to a digital currency, no power no money. not a high enough social credit score, no money, not got your current jab no money. I really would like the sheep to wake up, but it’s easier to yell conspiracy theory than do some simple web searches(using duck duck go or brave browser, not google bing msm)


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