Image

Unvaccinated Teachers To Be ‘Punished’ With A Pay Cut: Social Credit System Begins

“The move has been likened to the Chinese Communist Party’s social credit system, which is designed to control social behaviours through state-sanctioned rewards and punishments.”


Hundreds of Queensland teachers will have their pay cut as “punishment” for not getting vaccinated, the state’s Education Department has announced.

According to a report from 9News Queensland, the department has ruled that unvaccinated teachers who have been allowed to return to their employment this term after being placed on leave without pay, will cop yet another financial blow, with a “reduction in remuneration” for a period of 18 weeks.

The department warned teachers:

“It is important that you are aware of the seriousness with which the department views your inappropriate behaviour and failure to comply with the direction.”

The move has been likened to the Chinese Communist Party’s social credit system, which is designed to control social behaviours through state-sanctioned rewards and punishments.

The system vows to, “Make trustworthy people benefit everywhere and untrustworthy people restricted everywhere.”

And of course, what constitutes “trustworthiness” is entirely up to the state to define, like whether or not you’ve had your prescribed medical treatments for the good of society.

The Caldron Pool Show

The Caldron Pool Show: #11 – Senator Alex Antic
The Caldron Pool Show: #47 – Whitewashing and the New Blackface
The Caldron Pool Show: #40 – Haunted Cosmos
The Caldron Pool Show: #33 – What Happened to the Household (with C.R. Wiley)
Image

Support

If you value our work and would like to support us, you can do so by visiting our support page. Can’t find what you’re looking for? Visit our search page.

Copyright © 2023, Caldron Pool

Permissions

Everything published at Caldron Pool is protected by copyright and cannot be used and/or duplicated without prior written permission. Links and excerpts with full attribution are permitted. Published articles represent the opinions of the author and may not reflect the views of all contributors at Caldron Pool.