Unless All Lives Cultivate, No Lives Matter [ROUGH DRAFT v. 1.7]

And unless Australians ditch their faux multiculturalism for an authentic multiculturalism, the subjugation of Aboriginal Australians and the destruction of the Australian land will continue unabated

PLEASE NOTE: Although I would have liked to have held off publishing this until it was properly finished, due to circumstances and the timing of certain events here in Australia my hand was forced and I had little choice but to get this post out immediately (19 Oct 2020). That being said, what can be found below is very rough, and not just because I was in such a rush that for the first time ever I had to write my first draft directly to the computer rather than with pen and paper.

Furthermore, being in Melbourne, a city which

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Make Hay While the Pandemic Rages

In other words, treat COVID-19 like a dry-run for the upcoming "big one"

If there's one painfully apparent thing right now, that'd be that pretty much everybody out there just can't wait for things to get back to normal. Be it attending live footy matches (or whichever sport(s) one prefers), eating out at restaurants two, three, four, five times a week, hitting up the movie theatres, nights out at the opera, getting plastered at pubs, etc. Generally speaking, and those in dire straits aside, a significant amount of people can't wait to get back to their preferred form of bread and circuses.

A quick end to abnormal times

The undeniable fact though

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A Relatively Mild Pandemic has Instigated the Fleecing of the United States' Populace

However don't expect strikes and yellow vests to fix underlying problems

As Bill Gates stated in an article published on February 28th,

Global health experts have been saying for years that another pandemic whose speed and severity rivaled those of the 1918 influenza epidemic was a matter not of if but of when.

...In the past week, Covid-19 has started behaving a lot like the once-in-a-century pathogen we’ve been worried about. I hope it’s not that bad, but we should assume it will be until we know otherwise.

In case you haven't noticed, and apart from the United States (whose initial bone-headed, laissez-faire approach to the pandemic has

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