Posted by Gareth Icke Posted on 10 September 2020

Sydney family told only one child can go to Queensland to say goodbye to dying father

Australia’s border wars have hit a new low, with a Sydney family asked to decide which one of its four children will be allowed to cross the Queensland border to say goodbye to their dying dad.

The Prime Minister has now been asked to intervene, with the family desperate for the youngsters to see their father while they can still recognise him.

Brisbane dad and truck driver Mark Keans, 39, has inoperable cancer in his brain and lungs.

His four children, all aged under 13, are stuck in Sydney, with Queensland Health authorities telling the family they can’t cross the border.

Their grandfather Bruce Langborne says the kids “desperately want to see him.”

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