ON THE CHIEF MINISTER CRITICISING MALARNDIRRI MCCARTHY’S MANDATORY VACCINE STANCE
I find it incredibly ironic that the NTG’s approach to forcing vaccination by what’s effectively punishment for noncompliance, goes completely against their marketed approach in how to address youth crime. What we have here is a government that on one hand acts in a manner that projects there’s a belief that punishment for noncompliance, will not result in compliance, yet when their one trick agenda is under attack, will perform a complete 180, by punishment for noncompliance. Does this government seriously believe that it will yield a different result? And if it were to, why is this approach not utilised in other matters that affect Territorians’ lives? Both before and (likely) after the health emergency ends? Ben
Hey MG, a representative voted in by the people of the electorate are supposed to respect their views even if they differ to their personal or party views. If she has been contacted by numerous people expressing concerns isn’t she, like those of the CLP, meant to raise those concerns. What it may demonstrate is that she is listening to the electorate, unlike you. No matter the worth of mandatory vaccinations, you are simply showing a dictatorial mindset that will not tolerate any alternative views.
Incentives to get vaccinated – you are kidding right!! How about the incentive is jobs, freedoms, health for all the community. Ferdinand
It’s a two-way street. If community members don’t get vaccinated, then they should be barred from entering urban centres.
So is Mr Gunner saying that people living in remote communities are “anti vaxxers” – or are they “vulnerable”?