The people in government lie.
They lie to you a lot, every single day in fact.
Do you know why?
Because they can, with impunity, after all there is no False Information Act 1901 is there?
With regards to today’s current global health situation, the ‘Australian Government’ stated the following with regards to the use of masks:
Should I wear a surgical mask?
Surgical masks in the community are only helpful in preventing people who have coronavirus disease from spreading it to others. If you are well, you do not need to wear a surgical mask as there is little evidence supporting the widespread use of surgical masks in healthy people to prevent transmission in public.
So, the foundation has been laid, as a result of medical facts right?
Then the beatings started, but don’t get your source information from the mainstream media, as they are paid government propaganda agencies.
Go to social media platforms that do not censor information of that calibre, and see how police treated Victorians.
Police would assault Victorians for not wearing masks and would even beat up little old ladies going on protests, but the mainstream media conveniently distracts their readers.
At a later point in time, even though there was zero medical change in the situation, the government did another one of many changes that did not make sense, where people were punished.
Fast forward to today or even half a year ago, where if you want to find ‘government approved’ information it becomes unavailable, or rather it’s deleted from the government websites.
So, just say you’re in court as an alleged perpetrator of some government rule and not law, where you say the government told me this, and the response is from the prosecution is for you to prove this, you cannot as the government deleted this information.
With reference to the above quote if you try to obtain it from the government website that stated it within a pdf, then your search will be fruitless as government deleted that file, as seen in the above screen capture.
Apparently the internet does not forget and in this case it didn’t.
What you have to do is go to something called a ‘web archive’ and search there.
With the correct search terms in mind with the approximate date of the missing document it was found:
The pdf is available for your download from:
Or you can download the document from here, just in case the tentacles of government make the archive forget: