The two precepts of government:
One requires, that [those who manage the state] protect the interest of their citizens; that their whole conduct bear this reference, without ever implying a regard to their own advantage. The second requires, that they protect the whole body public alike, and support no single party to the prejudice of the rest. The charge of the state, like that of a guardian, is to be conducted for the benefit of those who are given in trust, not of those to whom it is entrusted."
Has your business been forced to close while others are allowed to trade on?
Have the government ignored your best interests,
while holding importance of the interest of others over yours in an arbitrary fashion?
Are the government meeting their statutory obligation
to you under the States Health Legislation?
Is their administration of the Act disproportionate and arbitrary?
If the death rate of the Covid-19 virus is under 1% is the risk being sought to be prevented
disproportionate based upon the draconian measures?
PUBLIC HEALTH AND WELLBEING ACT 2008 - SECT 9
Principle of proportionality
Decisions made and actions taken in the administration of this Act—
(a) should be proportionate to the public health risk sought to be prevented, minimised or controlled; and
(b) should not be made or taken in an arbitrary manner.
PUBLIC HEALTH AND WELLBEING ACT 2008 - SECT 111
The following principles apply to the management and control of infectious diseases—
(a) the spread of an infectious disease should be prevented or minimised
with the minimum restriction on the rights of any person;