Australia once claimed to have a well-developed emergency management mechanism, a fire that lasted for more than four months, burning the island countless strange status quo, the achievement of a lot of strange hot search.
While the wildfires are raging across Australia, Prime Minister Mollie Morrison has gone on holiday in Hawaii, sparking outrage among netizens. People on the social platform angrily shouted at Morrison:\" Where are you dead?\" The topic hits Australia's social media hot list on December 18.
In the face of the tide of criticism, Morrison finally returned home to apologize, and at that scintillating apology launch, Morrison didn't come up with a substantial relief effort other than to reassure the crowd that \"Australia has the best fire brigade in the world.\"
The \"blockbuster\" was a 50-second ad featuring a rather cheerful video featuring images of Morrison's \"personal to the disaster zone,\" incidentally announcing Australia's intention to call in nearly 3,000 Australian Defence Forces reservists to take part in the disaster, and then the federal government to rent waterbombs to reinforce the fire, with four!
The video quickly “flared ” on social media, angry fire. Reuters reported that many netizens lambasted it as a political advertisement, accusing the Morrison government of using the wildfires as a marketing stunt.
Netizens:" with 23 dead,21 missing,1300 destroyed houses to the liberal party advertising, too disgusting, this is what a terrible consumption of mountain fire disaster." ↓↓↓
The Financial Times reports that Labour leader Anthony Anderson has said:'It's not a good idea. Albanis argued that the video was apparently for \"political party political purposes\" and was used to elevate \"his own image \". Former Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd posted on social media that Morrison had advertised for the Liberal Party in a real national crisis and that he was \"no longer fit for the lofty post of Prime Minister.\"
However, during a visit to Kangaroo Island, Mr Morrison only called on the Australian population to donate (preferably cash) to the affected areas to help with the disaster. Just as everyone was fighting to put out the flames, Morrison appealed to Australian and international tourists in the disaster area - hoping they would continue to visit the affected areas!