The Queensland Police have announced a special commemoration event dedicated to the legacy of premier Annastacia Palaszczuk as she heads into retirement, wherein the police will spend the day targeting First Nation’s teens.
The celebration has been welcomed by the Queensland government as ruining the lives of First Nations teens was one Palaszczuk’s favourite parts of being premier and wont see any actual change to the day-to-day work of the Queensland police.
“Palaszczuk understood what this state needed,” said the police commissioner, “and that of course was letting us do whatever we want to target, harass and brutalise First Nations teens. That’s why we plan to honour her work by doing what we both love, hurting these kids.”
“Whenever we saw crying from ‘human rights organisations’ or ‘experts on youth crime’ claiming that we ‘shouldn’t just attack teens’; at Queensland Police we always knew that Palaszczuk would be the ally we need to let us just keep doing whatever we wanted in order to win her votes… I mean keep the community safe.”
Even Federal Opposition Leader and former QLD cop Peter Dutton will be joining in on the big event saying, “It’s rare that I see eye to eye with many Labor politicians. But even I must admit, when it comes to fighting bad polling numbers through fearmongering in a way that allows cops to torture children of colour, well she is one of the best to have ever done it. And that’s saying a lot coming from me.”
“That’s why I am going to go back to my home state to celebrate her legacy of celebrating and empowering my fellow ‘not monsters’ in blue.”