[LINK] Howard in the footsteps of Menzies

Jan Whitaker jwhit@melbpc.org.au
Thu, 13 Feb 2003 09:23:32 +1100


At 07:06 PM 12/02/03 +1100, Howard Lowndes wrote:
>mind you, it is probable that there
>might have been refusal en masse had that been the case.

the other thing that hasn't connected or been explained is the number of 
injections that they will be required to take and what happens if they stop 
before they've taken all of them.

Plus, why are the Brits allowed to go to the front, ground troops even, and 
sailers are sent home from the Australian Navy?  Will Anthrax be sent to 
the ships somehow?  I can understand the US thing because the military 
there is more like slavery with honour and absolute control over the staff, 
no questions asked.  Sad, but true.  The interesting story there was the US 
Major [one of the levels that are allowed to think and use their brain] who 
was charged last time and to avoid embarrassment for the defence department.

Jan


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