Instagram star Kurt Coleman blasts Dan Andrews and Victoria’s never-ending lockdown – calling the state ‘an embarrassment to the entire world’
In a series of posts, the social media star raged about the state’s lockdown rules and vaccine mandates.
‘F**k off with lockdown saves lives. Doesn’t do anything except bring me down,’ Kurt wrote on Instagram.
Critique: Instagram star Kurt Coleman (pictured) has blasted Victoria’s lockdown and claimed the vaccine mandate ‘is putting everyone under soo much pressure’
‘I’m getting to breaking point. I hate this. This state is an embarrassment to the entire world,’ he continued.
‘I’m giving up really fast on myself because living in this control every day gives me no hope, and having people love being in house arrest 270+ days makes me sick.’
Kurt went on to blast Premier Daniel Andrews’ new compulsory vaccine mandate for essential workers.
Post: In a series of posts, the social media star raged about the state’s lockdown rules and vaccine mandates
‘I hate lockdowns and mandates on vaccines. It’s disgusting to put everyone under soo (sic) much pressure to lose jobs if you don’t get it,’ he said.
‘That pressure after already being psychologically controlled to think lockdowns goanna (sic) get us out of this.’
Kurt also said he’s stayed home for ‘the whole time following the stupid rules that don’t even make sense to me’.
Kurt went on to blast Premier Daniel Andrews’ new compulsory vaccine mandate for essential workers
Earlier this month, Victorian premier Daniel Andrews issued a demand that all essential workers will need to have their first jab by October 15 and be fully vaccinated by November 26.
Essential workers include police, teachers, judges, MPs, professional athletes and truck drivers.
Mr Andrews said the mandate was essential to limit the spreading of the Delta strain of the virus so Victoria can re-open on October 26 – with the government hoping case numbers will drop.
‘I hate lockdowns and mandates on vaccines. It’s disgusting to put everyone under soo much pressure to lose jobs if you don’t get it,’ he said