Anti Vaxxer Shocked To Discover He Carries ‘Driving Passport’

"Next thing you know you'll need one to get into a pub"

Anti Vaxxer Shocked To Discover He Carries ‘Driving Passport’

A Port Macquarie man who says a vaccine passport is a contravention of the 1948 United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights, was astonished this morning to discover a ‘driving passport’ had been sitting in his wallet since 1996.

“I never signed up for this,” said Richard Mallison, 42, who took his driving test at the age of 17 and renewed his licence four years ago. Pulling the offending card from his wallet, a shocked Mr Mallison called friends to ask if they had seen anything like it before. “It’s got your photo on it, your address, your name. Everything! And I’ve had this thing on my person every day for over two decades”.

Putting on his seatbelt and reversing out of his driveway, Mallison let out a panicked squeal as it dawned on him that the passport was legally required in order to access certain activities.

“Next thing you know you’ll need one of these things to get into a pub”.

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Labor Diversity Push To Focus On People From Minority White Backgrounds

"This is about giving opportunities to people from all walks of white middle class life"

Labor Diversity Push To Focus On People From Minority White Backgrounds

The Labor Party says it is committed to giving opportunities to people from all walks of white middle class life, with a new push to encourage people from non-traditional white backgrounds to nominate for pre-selection.

Confirming that Kristina Keneally will nominate to contest the Western Sydney seat of Fowler at the next election, a spokesperson for the party said it was the first time a white middle class woman of United States descent had contested a seat in the House of Representatives.

“This is a game changer. What this does is make it easier for other people from minority white backgrounds to enter politics in the future. Who knows, we may have someone born in Canada willing to put their hand up at the next election”.  

He said Ms Keneally was the perfect candidate to represent the communities Western Sydney. “These people, many of them of Vietnamese decent, have never had anyone who looks like them represent them before. And they still won’t. But it’ll be fun to have someone with an American accent in Parliament”.

Ms Keneally said she was looking forward to representing the electorate and was committed to solving the factional Labor battles most important to the people of Western Sydney.

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