The Scott Morrison regime’s medical tyranny might make some of the world’s most notorious despots blush.
For reasons unrelated to protecting public health in a nation where it’s being ruthlessly and recklessly destroyed, world’s top-ranked tennis star Novak Djokovic had his visa to participate in the Australia Open revoked a second time.
The unacceptable action against him came days after Federal Circuit Court Judge Anthony Kelly reinstated his visa, ordering his release from detention straightaway.
On Friday, Morrison regime Immigration, Citizenship, Migrant Services and Multicultural Affairs minister Alex Hawke abused his discretionary power by revoking what Judge Kelly reinstated.
Defying reality, Kelly’s ruling and international law, he said the following:
“Today I exercised my power under section 133C(3) of the Migration Act to cancel the visa held by Mr Novak Djokovic on health and good order grounds, on the basis that it was in the public interest to do so (sic).”
“This decision followed orders by the Federal Circuit and Family Court on 10 January 2022, quashing a prior cancellation decision on procedural fairness grounds.”
“In making this decision, I carefully considered information provided to me by the Department of Home Affairs, the Australian Border Force and Mr Djokovic (sic).”
“The Morrison (regime) is firmly committed to protecting Australia’s borders, particularly in relation to the (flu/covid) pandemic” — that’s invented, not real.
Hawke’s statement is mumbo jumbo rubbish at a time when Morrison regime medical tyranny harmed the vast majority of Australians.
He fooled no one claiming that the action is “in the public interest (sic),” adding:
Hawke’s unacceptable action was made on “health and good order grounds (sic).”
“Our strong border protection policies have kept Australians safe (sic), prior to (flu/covid) and now during the (invented) pandemic” — that doesn’t exist.
Medical tyranny remains Australian law at a time when flu/covid outbreaks are surging — largely affecting the jabbed.
If Hawke sticks by his ruling, Djokovic faces deportation.
He’s prohibited from returning to Australia for three years unless a waiver of this draconian action is granted.
His legal team is appealing Hawke’s action.
At a Friday court hearing, no overnight detention or deportation was ordered.
On Saturday, he and his lawyers with meet with Morrison regime immigration officials.
An Australian Open spokeswoman had no comment about Djokovic’s status.
It’s overshadowing the annual tournament itself.
According to Australian immigration attorney Kian Bone, Djokovic’s legal team faces an “extremely difficult” challenge to get Hawke’s ruling against him reversed.
They need two rulings in his favor — one to prevent deportation, another for visa permission to participate in Australia Open competition.
Bone added that “(r)arely do courts order a (government) member…to grant a visa” to someone.
On Friday, Djokovic’s attorney Nick Wood said the following:
His client “complied with (Australian law). He has a medical reason not to be (jabbed), and (he’s) of good standing.”
Supporting his status, sportswriter Oliver Brown called the action against him a “vindictive political act,” adding:
“An immigration minister with no legal qualifications overrul(ed) a federal judge.”
“Health arguments (against him) are absurdly flimsy.”
Former UK politician Nigel Farage called Australia “a banana republic.”
The ruling against Djokovic represents an “exercise of arbitrary power (by) a nasty authoritarian” regime.
Australian MP Craig Kelly slammed Morrison and Hawke for “(p)laying politics to score cheap political points.”
In the coming hours, Djokovic’s status will be decided for or against him with odds strongly suggesting the latter.