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Calls For Residents To Be Alerted When Politicians Are Released Into The Community

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Victims’ rights groups have called for a registry to be set up to alert residents when Members of Parliament enter their community. They argue the measures are necessary to protect children and other venerable members of society from the dangerous amounts of bullsh*t that certain politicians discharge.  

“When they’re locked up within the confines of Canberra, the threat is minimal. But once politicians are let out into Australian communities, armed with their empty slogans and empty promises, the risk of abuse is really quite high,” said one activist.

“I would’ve thought it would be a good idea to know if a politician’s moving next door to you that might not have all the language or social skills you might normally expect,” he said.

“The police and the local health authorities should probably be alerted as well, so the appropriate support can be provided if necessary”.

About Darin Sullivan (1967 Articles)
President of the Fire Brigade Employees’ Union and a professional firefighter with more than 25 years’ experience. Father of two daughters, he lives and works on the NSW South Coast, Australia. He is a strong advocate for firefighters and emergency service workers with an interest in mental health issues and caring for those around him. He is a Director on the NSW Fire Brigades Death and Disability Super Fund and works with charities including ‘The Movember Foundation’. As a leader and activist he has long been active in the campaign for action on climate change. Now a Station Commander in the fire and rescue service in NSW and has decades of experience fighting fires, both rural and urban. He is passionate about highlighting the impact climate change is having on fire preparedness and fire behaviour in Australia, and the risks associated with inaction on climate change. Darin is also a spokesperson for the Australian Climate Media Centre.
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