‘BIDEN-20’: Convenient new virus strain seeks out the young

If you want this to be over, if you want to get to the other side of it … and be able to go and have a beer, or go and have a meal with a friend and be able to move around the community much more freely than you can now, you’ve got to follow the rules.”

– Daniel Andrews

 
Nobody ever said young people couldn’t get coronavirus. Nobody said if cases increased, the number of young people who might struggle with the illness would not also increase (logically). Nobody would be surprised that young people are now more likely to contract (the mostly harmless) virus given that even in a state penitentiary, they’re still more likely than the old to be shopping, working, wandering. But today’s orchestrated propaganda campaign being run by the Victorian government – whose angle is that COVID-19 is suddenly a yoof monster – is political malarkey designed to justify the indefinite imprisonment of an entire population and give a morally deranged tyrant another cohort of citizens to blame.

 Same same                                                                                                                                        

Yesterday, the same ABC publicising today’s spin quoted the same officials on the mass gathering of leftists:

Victorian health authorities have repeatedly stated that they have been unable to find a direct link between Black Lives Matter protests and the state’s community transmission of COVID-19…

When a similar protest went ahead in Sydney last month, there were no new cases of COVID-19.

 
So there you have it: young Victorians who go outside will die unless they’ve been vaccinated with Marxism.

Latest: 3 octogenarians and 3 nonogenarians in Victorian aged ‘care’ died overnight. RIP.

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26 Responses to ‘BIDEN-20’: Convenient new virus strain seeks out the young

  1. Rebel with cause

    Intensive care nurse’s blunt warning

    A non-expert view then.

  2. Rebel with cause

    Next we will have “hospital orderly pleads for obese fatties to stay home”. I’d have some sympathy for that view.

  3. Tim Neilson

    I suggested to a friend of mine who is a doctor (not directly engaged in virus suppression but with some involvement in that issue) that making 5 million Melburnians wear masks out of doors is basically a superstition.
    He agreed. He admitted that the reason for the blanket (no pun intended) rule was that it’s easier for compliance purposes to have a total rule than to craft rules to apply only where they’re actually of benefit.

    Most of the people on the videocon were ABC/Fairfax types who, even after the doctor’s comments, were still insisting that obeying the rule was morally right because it was for other people’s good. (Exactly what that “good” was, given the doctor’s comments, didn’t seem to be of any importance.)
    Masks – doubleplusgood.

  4. cuckoo

    You could feel the messaging shifting yesterday, when Andrews suddenly came out with the flat-out lie that covid is now a fatal disease for young people. It just isn’t, and he’s stuck on stupid, with nowhere else to go. Like a gambler on a losing streak who starts betting money he just doesn’t have.

  5. nb

    We don’t need an economy. We just need to outlaw colds.

  6. incoherent rambler

    (Exactly what that “good” was, given the doctor’s comments, didn’t seem to be of any importance.)

    The “Greater Good”, of course!

    Repeat after me: “The Greater Good. Hrmph.”

  7. wozzup

    “But today’s orchestrated propaganda campaign being run by the Victorian government – whose angle is that COVID-19 is suddenly a yoof monster – is political malarkey designed to justify the indefinite imprisonment of an entire population………..”

    Didn’t we see this kind of thing 35 years ago with HIV – all designed back then, to take the heat off the gay community by convincing us that granny and her grandkid Sally were all the real targets of HIV?
    Only difference is that today the motivation is the desire to convince us that those spreading the disease are families, working class mugs and those from the political right – not the leftists supporting BLM by holding mass protests (which everyone KNOWS can never have ANY adverse consequences).
    Say I have a great idea – what Andrews needs is a bowling alley and a Grim Reaper. That will work.

  8. Lee

    Governments and health authorities so keen to deny any link between Black Lives Matter protests and the spread of the coronavirus, gets me to thinking that they desperately object to such links so much, that there must be some truth to it.
    On the other hand, we’re supposed to believe an old lady sitting by herself in the park, or some guy fishing by himself in a tinny are a massive threat to all our health and lives, and are monstered by several police if caught!

  9. Terry

    Do the Black Lies Matter retards understand just what will happen to them if they ever get the revolution they are seeking?

  10. Professor Fred Lenin

    The correlation between the so called black lives crap crowd and the union inspired breaking of hotel quarantine rules surely has nothing to do with the andrews gang ,does it ?
    The andrews gang has no responsibility for nuffin does it ?
    We didnt go into politics to take responsibility ,we joine it because its the best job we (could ever dream of .

  11. David Brewer

    If you want this to be over, if you want to get to the other side of it … and be able to go and have a beer, or go and have a meal with a friend and be able to move around the community much more freely than you can now, you’ve got to follow the rules.

    Amazing. If you don’t like my rules, you’d better follow them.

    The fathead still hasn’t realised that the only way for it to be over is for it to pass through the community. All his restrictions are only prolonging the agony and making it much much worse.

    He has been looking in the wrong place from Day 1. It was always obvious that the only sensible thing to do was try to protect old and sick people from the virus, and let others go about their business. But Andrews has become the classic example of the Western politician who has done exactly the opposite, causing maximum possible disruption to society over the longest possible period by fussing like mad over everything that didn’t matter, while failing completely to protect those actually at serious risk.

  12. And in 2021 when the virus raises its head once more, rinse and repeat. Meanwhile:

  13. Tim Neilson

    He has been looking in the wrong place from Day 1.

    Day 1, or very close to it.

    I seem to recall that we were told that it was impossible to eradicate the virus, and that all we could do was exercise some influence over the speed with which it spread, so as to prevent the hospital system being overwhelmed with around 5,000 Australians at any one time being in ICU because of the Chicom virus. The phrase “flattening the curve” somehow chimes in my memory.

    Then, when the first imposition of restrictions was followed by a drop in cases (attributable almost entirely to the slowing down of overseas returnees being diagnosed in quarantine), the Hunchback et al got megalomania, and decided that they could do what they had previously understood to be impossible, and achieve a virus-free state by decree.
    Inevitably it’s unravelled.

    The fathead still hasn’t realised that the only way for it to be over is for it to pass through the community. All his restrictions are only prolonging the agony and making it much much worse.

    We need to get a time machine to swap today’s CMO with the one from six months ago.

    he’s stuck on stupid, with nowhere else to go. Like a gambler on a losing streak who starts betting money he just doesn’t have.

    Yes, the right thing to do would be to admit that the whole “eradication by lockdown” strategy has been proved untenable. But that’s politically impossible, so there’ll be continued lockdowns and more and more superstitions imposed to show that something is being done – at least till after the next election.

  14. Chris M

    It’s good the Victorians have such an obliging and politically compliant police force to keep them at bay, restrained and heavily fined.

    Meanwhile pschudonedese gang lives matter! OK not an area the police force cover I know, so admittedly getting off topic.

  15. min

    Whilst there is an emergency Dictator Dan has cancelled Parliament , had Governor invest mates into a crisis team to pass legislation with no opposition and continues to emphasise the numbers to make things look worse. Of course it is all our fault he is only trying to save us . I think he would probably score high on Robert O’Hare’s test .He has politicised all public institutions and allowed MPs to pay back tax payer money used ti pay campaigners , called fraud even if payed back .

  16. Howard Hill

    What’s incredible is that Victorians and pretty much all of Australia will accept being spat in the face and their lives destroyed and then not say or do a thing about it.
    Will it take lining people up for the gas cars before we start to organise some sort of push back? I mean, how far are we going to let this go?

    They are fucking with us big time and everyone knows it, so what will it take???

  17. 132andBush

    Somebody should send Dan this

    Excellent precis of the data.
    The money quote in this case is around the one minute mark.

  18. Beachcomber

    Victoria has recorded seven coronavirus deaths since yesterday, marking the deadliest day for the state since the pandemic began, as 300 new COVID-19 infections were detected.

    The deaths consisted of two men and two women aged in their 80s and two men and one woman aged in their 90s.

    The Establishment and their Ministry of Truth Media insult our intelligence every day with the vicious charade of Covid-1984. Unfortunately, for too many people the insult is warranted.

  19. Damon

    Queensland live performances
    1. Patron Infection
    If a patron is confirmed to be infected with COVID-19 either during or after their attendance at your venue, the Venue Manager must immediately notify the relevant, documented public health authorities. If the Patron is still on site when they identify as showing symptoms:
    ● The first aider, or other pre-designated responder should escort the individual to the isolation area, remaining at least 2m away from the patient and ensuring that all other individuals on the premises maintain a 2m distance as well.
    ● The patient should be given a facemask if available whilst walking to the isolation area and when exiting the building and be advised not to touch any surfaces, objects or people.
    ● Once in the isolation area the first aider can assess the individual to see if they are well enough to return home, contact their GP by phone from home and isolate there.
    2. With the health authorities you will need to:
    Determine what areas of the venue were visited, used, or impacted by the infected patron.
    ○ Note. You may be required to immediately close your venue and cancel all events until the safety of the venue has been determined by health authorities, or the venue has been fully sanitised.
    3. ● Assess whether the patron was within two metres of other workers, patrons or performers.
    4. ● Work with the local health department and use Patron Contact Tracing data to determine which other patrons and workers the infected patron was in close contact with (“Impacted Patrons”).
    5. ● Notify the Impacted Patrons / Workers / Performers that they may have had contact with an infected patron and advise them to monitor their health and self-isolate as required by the health authorities.

    The above, though ludicrous, is apparently serious.

  20. Chris M

    The deaths consisted of two men and two women aged in their 80s and two men and one woman aged in their 90s.

    The doctors refused to give them Hydroxychloroquine, because TDS at the TGA. They actually prefer a regular smattering of deaths to keep this rolling along.

  21. HT

    nb
    #3523483, posted on July 24, 2020 at 4:10 pm
    We don’t need an economy. We just need to outlaw colds.

    During WWI on the Wedtern Front, the Brits we’re having a torrid time with a condition called “Trench Foot”. It was a dreadful infliction, and they were losing more soldiers to Trench Foot than to fighting Germans. To solve the problem, the Generals issued orders making it an offender to contract Trench Foot, with harsh penalties.

    Overnight, the problem with Trench Foot went away. A whole lot of other problems popped up instead, but not Trench Foot. Problem was solved! As far as the Generals were concerned anyway. As for the soldiers? Great suffering followed as serious health consequences from the non-treatment of rotting feet added to the poor bastards already shitty lot in life.

    British (and Australian) forces continued this “self harm” offence until the 80’s when our Military Laws were first reformed into the DFDA.

    Anyway, I digress 🙂

  22. Whalehunt fun

    All overlooks the fact that Black lives don’t matter. Anything I have a billion of, any one of them is not worth much to me. I am not soon going to run out of black people or indeed out of any colour of people. Ti assert that black lives matter is a way of saying here be an ignorant cretin.

  23. The virus is biologically programmed to survive.
    It is therefore more dangerous in young people who recover, but pass the infection on whilst asymptomatic.
    When it kills the vulnerable elderly it dies in its host.

  24. Kneel

    “The virus is biologically programmed evolved to survive.”

    “It is therefore more dangerous in young people who recover, but pass the infection on whilst asymptomatic.”
    https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/no-known-case-of-teacher-catching-coronavirus-from-pupils-says-scientist-3zk5g2x6z
    https://www.bostonglobe.com/2020/07/20/opinion/listen-science-reopen-schools/

    “When it kills the vulnerable elderly it dies in its host.”
    Which is why it evolves toward being less deadly – the faster the better, from a survival PoV. The initial infections after it jumps species are bad, as more generations pass, it becomes less dangerous to its new host species.

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  26. gary

    Four young people died in a car accident on the Gold Coast yesterday. That’s four more deaths of young people from car accidents than have died of coronavirus in Australia.

    Lets ban all road travel until road accidents can be prevented.

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