These people are genuine totalitarians

What do these people know about “freedom”? You are looking at the essence of a totalitarian mindset You will follow their orders or they will continue to lock you in your homes. Here’s the text.

Minister warns of more lockdowns unless 70% of Victorians get vaccinated

BUSINESSES in Victoria are being urged to campaign for staff to get vaccinated amid warnings almost three quarters of the state needs the jab before tough lockdowns end.

The Sunday Herald Sun can reveal Small Business Minister Jaala Pulford met industry leaders last week and warned 70 per cent of Victoria needed to be vaccinated to end lockdowns.

Leaders were told that public health teams were likely to maintain harsh restrictions during major outbreaks until the vast majority of people were vaccinated.

Meanwhile, Victoria’s multibillion-dollar construction industry faces an anxious wait after a cleaner tested positive for coronavirus at a city building site. Last night 170 workers from the Queen St site were in isolation awaiting test results amid fears more cases could spark more site closures.

I hope they end up in the dock with the others.

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And just what liability is the state government going to take on itself if things go wrong? As in below.

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Not to mention this.

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105 Responses to These people are genuine totalitarians

  1. mh says:

    The Herald Sun is lower than The Age.

    Lower than a well digger’s ringpiece.

  2. rickw says:

    The goal posts for them to restore our freedom will be forever moving.

    We will never get them back unless we take them back.

  3. MatrixTransform says:

    stay part of the control group for now

  4. Arky says:

    “The Indian government is distributing a home Covid kit”.
    With all due respect, there is a big difference between India and Australia.
    The Indians still have a chemical industry.
    What a good idea that de-industrialisation was eh?
    Off shoring our industries turns out to have been the equivalent of what the Romans and Byzantines did with hiring mercenaries to defend themselves at the end.
    Oh how the common people of Rome and Constantinople must have laughed their guts out as their elites trundled off into penury after the fall. (Well, the ones who survived to see it).
    How we will laugh too as the stars of Hollywood, the politicians and the moguls realise there is nowhere to flee. (If we are still alive to see).

  5. Xenophon says:

    The Indian Govt is not distributing invermectin. The state of Goa proposes to do so but says it is therapeutic and not prophylactic. The national health authority has not approved invermectin for viral infection.

  6. Arky says:

    there is nowhere to flee.

    …to.
    Obviously, there will be plenty to flee from.

  7. mh says:

    Vaccine macht frei

  8. FlyingPigs says:

    stop paying taxes

  9. Shane says:

    And even stranger is why no one is wondering about the money trail to these politicians and medical health officers, and the public servants who provide them with their scripts and brain power.
    Considering how obvious it is to the rest of us, a choice between a simple extremely low risk low cost remedy, both of which have been tested and taken by millions for decades to a series of experimental vaccines with published side effects from blood clots to death just in the short term with unknown long term effects, we have these tools in politics and the media who are either motivated by their inner totalitarian or more likely just the money.
    Its interesting how the power that be, are now trying to make Fauci the sacrifical scapegoat when the whole picture is just so much bigger.
    There are reports in the US that insurance companies are declining to pay out on life insurance policies for death by vaccine, as its still remains an experimental treatment. Naturally there would be an incentive to under report such figures.

  10. Makka says:

    The Indian Govt is not distributing invermectin. The state of Goa proposes to do so but says it is therapeutic and not prophylactic. The national health authority has not approved invermectin for viral infection.

    And yet New Delhi’s covid cases and hospitalizations drop by 85%+ since they introduced treatment with Ivermectin.

  11. Lee says:

    Dictator Dan and his rotten government can go f.ck themselves.

  12. dover_beach says:

    The Indian Govt is not distributing invermectin. The state of Goa proposes to do so but says it is therapeutic and not prophylactic. The national health authority has not approved invermectin for viral infection.

    Misleading and deceiving. First, you move from the Indian government to what individual states in India are doing but only focus on Goa but even here you are mistaken as they have deployed ivermectin as prohylaxis to everyone over 18 in mid-late May. And what of other states like Uttar Pradesh and so on? Then you move on to what ‘national health authorities’ approve? Who cares. They are simply following the lead of WHO. There is literally an abundance of studies that indicate that ivermectin has antiviral properties, and that is efficacious both a prophylaxis and treatment for COVID.

  13. mh says:

    ‘Perth took our Dreamtime…Now they want our Grand Final’.

    What did Victorians expect?
    Your state is shut down.

  14. Roger says:

    Leaders were told that public health teams were likely to maintain harsh restrictions during major outbreaks until the vast majority of people were vaccinated.

    For heaven’s sake, 80 cases is not a major outbreak.

    Germany is easing restrictions when they still have c. 3000 new cases a day.

  15. Crossie says:

    Leaders were told that public health teams were likely to maintain harsh restrictions during major outbreaks until the vast majority of people were vaccinated.

    There will have to be an awful lot of false positive test results so they can proclaim major outbreaks.

  16. mh says:

    Perth stadium boss Mick McKenna said the city was ready if Coronavirus cruels our finals again.

    Wicked virus!
    Absolute beast!
    Nothing to do with Dan.

  17. Crossie says:

    mh says:
    June 6, 2021 at 12:24 pm
    Vaccine macht frei

    I see this replacing whatever slogan victorians hav eon their car number plates. They could also stick these words on the “Welcome to Victoria” signs on the southern side of Murray River crossings.

  18. Crossie says:

    Germany is easing restrictions when they still have c. 3000 new cases a day.

    I guess they’ve learned a thing or two from the original Nuremberg Trials.

  19. Arky says:

    It’s time to acknowledge that I was correct in saying “The vaccines won’t do shit”.
    At this point all the “front line” johnnies and old geezers who want it have it.
    Yet here we are.
    Still locked down.
    The problem is the logic of elimination.
    In one sense you can understand why in Australia and NZ they went for elimination. This was one of the only places in the world where that was possible, and the temptation was too much for them. The lure of being able to say “we beat it” “ZERO cases” “look how well we did” was too strong. I get it.
    But it has driven us into a logical cul-de-sac. Now ANY number of cases is too many. And if the response to a half dozen cases in 2020 is a complete lockdown, then the response to 50 cases in 2022 must be to lock down. And vaccine or no vaccine, how are you going to open up to the world in 2022 without getting cases?

  20. mh says:

    Vaccine macht frei

    I see this replacing whatever slogan victorians hav eon their car number plates.

    It’s the same disturbed mentality.

  21. Spitfire says:

    This is sickening. 25-odd years ago I heard a pastor say Australia is a NWO test case. Was skeptical at the time. Not so much anymore.

  22. Dot says:

    Arky says:
    June 6, 2021 at 1:22 pm

    Wait until FLU-23.

    Lockdowns for 20+ hours a day, for nine months.

  23. Dot says:

    This must be repealed.

    https://legislation.nsw.gov.au/view/html/inforce/current/act-2010-127#sec.7

    7 Power to deal with public health risks generally(cf 1991 Act, s 5)
    (1) This section applies if the Minister considers on reasonable grounds that a situation has arisen that is, or is likely to be, a risk to public health.
    (2) In those circumstances, the Minister—
    (a) may take such action, and
    (b) may by order give such directions,
    as the Minister considers necessary to deal with the risk and its possible consequences.
    (3) Without limiting subsection (2), an order may declare any part of the State to be a public health risk area and, in that event, may contain such directions as the Minister considers necessary—
    (a) to reduce or remove any risk to public health in the area, and
    (b) to segregate or isolate inhabitants of the area, and
    (c) to prevent, or conditionally permit, access to the area.
    (4) An order must be published in the Gazette as soon as practicable after it is made, but failure to do so does not invalidate the order.
    (5) Unless it is earlier revoked, an order expires at the end of 90 days after it was made or on such earlier date as may be specified in the order.
    (6) Action may not be taken, and an order has no effect, in relation to any part of the State for which a state of emergency exists under the State Emergency and Rescue Management Act 1989.
    (7) An application may be made to the Civil and Administrative Tribunal for an administrative review under the Administrative Decisions Review Act 1997 of any of the following decisions—
    (a) any action taken by the Minister under this section other than the giving of a direction by an order under this section,
    (b) any direction given by any such order.

    https://legislation.nsw.gov.au/view/html/inforce/current/act-2010-127#sec.10

    10 Offence not to comply with Ministerial direction
    A person who—
    (a) is subject to a direction under section 7, 8 or 9, and
    (b) has notice of the direction,
    must not, without reasonable excuse, fail to comply with the direction.
    Maximum penalty—
    (a) in the case of an individual—100 penalty units, or imprisonment for 6 months, or both, and, in the case of a continuing offence, a further 50 penalty units for each day the offence continues, or
    (b) in the case of a corporation—500 penalty units and, in the case of a continuing offence, a further 250 penalty units for each day the offence continues.

  24. roman says:

    – a poem –
    Looks like someone needs to be reminded that forced injections of untested pseudo-vaccines against a manufactured pseudo-virus is not the Australian way.

    How about instead of them telling us “Vax for freedom”, we tell them “Stop this shit or we’ll burn your fucking house down”?

  25. Arky says:

    Wait until FLU-23.

    ..
    The next flu pandemic is going to rip through these locked down and socially distanced for over a year populations like a horny fifth former through the girls dorm.

  26. cuckoo says:

    Who knew that when totalitarianism came to Victoria, it would come with million-dollar legs?

  27. mh says:

    GP Damian Wojcik has deep concerns on Covid vaccination in New Zealand

    https://www.covidplanb.co.nz/data-science/an-open-video-from-nz-gp-damian-wojcik/

  28. m0nty says:

    Why is the Australian government distributing the vaccine different to the Indian government distributing ivermectin? Your ideology is all over the shop.

  29. Rex Anger says:

    Why is the Australian government distributing the vaccine different to the Indian government distributing ivermectin? Your ideology is all over the shop.

    Ivermectin actually does something other than play biological Russian Roulette with its recipient…

  30. Arky says:

    m0nty says:
    June 6, 2021 at 1:34 pm
    Why is the Australian government distributing the vaccine different to the Indian government distributing ivermectin?

    ..
    The corollary of what you ask here is that you believe that distributions of vaccines and Ivermectin are the same.
    So you approve of the use of Ivermectin.

  31. Roger says:

    But it has driven us into a logical cul-de-sac.

    There’s nothing logical about it.

  32. Rex Anger says:

    So you approve of the use of Ivermectin.

    I’d refer Benito M0ntylini to the Burns Ward of his nearest VikHelf hospital, Arky…

    …But I am afraid his fellow Fascists have it all blocked off for the expected Covid overflow.

    The are keeping us all ‘Saef,’you know. 😉

  33. mh says:

    Bruce says:
    June 6, 2021 at 1:45 pm
    NaffDanistan in pictures:

    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/dfb6f2fa8eab82b4bb4152a0d2e8c8e45ab4a5321b81f366575535002b86f504.jpg?w=800&h

    Seeing a child dressed like that is sickening.
    There is no science behind treating children that way.

  34. Lee says:

    I recognise everyone in the dock in the photo near the top of the page except the woman in blue, the guy in the brown suit next to her, and the woman (?) behind her (next to Bill Gates).
    Who are they?

  35. Paul says:

    Vax for freedom

    They are preparing us for the imminent unleashing of Dictator Dan from his sick bed.

    The communist in this govt have no incentive to rein in the virus, the next few lockdowns are the lead up to the next fed election, making the feds pay more and more for labors disasters in Victoria, and look like mugs if Frdenberg doesn’t cough up the money to cover labors disasters

    That’s the plandemic

  36. Howard Hill says:

    It’s started then. The division between the vaxers and the antivaxers. Wait till they start blaming the antivaxers for keeping this mayhem going, then you’ll see some shit happening.
    Where have we seen this play before?

    All going to plan. The great reset.

    They want as many people as they can, DEAD!
    It’s always been the plan.

  37. Dot says:

    This sucks.

    I’m pro vaccine but also pro personal choice.

    I don’t identify with either rabid, cacophonous group.

  38. Lee says:

    Whatever happened to “my body, my choice”?
    Or does that only apply to pro-abortionists?

  39. Arky says:

    I’m pro vaccine

    ..
    The vaccines aren’t going to do shit.

  40. cuckoo says:

    I recognise everyone in the dock in the photo near the top of the page except the woman in blue, the guy in the brown suit next to her, and the woman (?) behind her (next to Bill Gates).

    Lee, the woman in blue is Gretchen Whitmer, Dem governor of Michigan. Total lockdown kook and contemptuous of the rule of law.
    Brown suit guy is Gavin Newsom, Dem governor of California. Same as Whitmer.
    The woman behind is Deborah Birx, who was a White House bureaucrat in the Covid response under Trump. Told all the peasants to stay home and not travel for Thanksgiving then travelled out-of-state to one of her homes.

  41. Lee says:

    Thanks for that, cuckoo.

  42. mh says:

    Comment from CL on the open thread

    C.L. says:
    June 6, 2021 at 1:56 pm
    …70 per cent of Victoria needed to be vaccinated to end lockdowns.

    The vaccine cult.

    So how and why did earlier lockdowns end back when there was no vaccine?

    The media in this country is a disgrace. ALL of the science now shows lockdowns and masks do absolutely nothing but all of the news networks and papers keep playing along?

    Why? Why are they deliberately allowing these black lies to stand?

    I guess it’s event addiction. They won’t let go.

  43. rickw says:

    Ivermectin actually does something other than play biological Russian Roulette with its recipient…

    How dumb is munty?

  44. Xenophon says:

    Dover/Makka: I didn’t shift any cheddar. Two are states considering invermectin. Goa’s minister gave evidence in court that it was for prophylactic purposes. Uttarakhand health minister said he was considering it. There is no national proposal.

  45. egg_ says:

    …70 per cent of Victoria needed to be vaccinated to end lockdowns.

    The vaccine cult.

    The 70%/30% rule?

  46. Rex Anger says:

    How dumb is munty?

    m0nty isn’t necessarily dumb.

    But his terminal ideology renders him a dribbling idiot when it comes to doing what his Controllers tell him to doand say, and defending them against all comers…

  47. JC says:

    How dumb is munty?

    m0nty isn’t necessarily dumb.

    Eggsactly. Fatboy isn’t that dumb, but he’s a Borg, which means he’s connected to a control centre that allows him to think only what he’s allowed to.

  48. Makka says:

    Two are states considering invermectin.

    Dissembling. No, New Delhi is in fact urging and approving Ivermectin as covid treatment and has proven immensely successful. So stop promoting rubbish to the contrary.

  49. Boambee John says:

    m0nty says:
    June 6, 2021 at 1:34 pm
    Why is the Australian government distributing the vaccine different to the Indian government distributing ivermectin? Your ideology is all over the shop.

    Hmmmm, lemme see.

    A drug used safely for around 60 years that has demonstrated some success in particular areas, versus a new type of “vaccine”, incompletely tested, with unknown (because no long term tests have been carried out) long term effects. A “vaccine” that even its proponents admit will not prevent infection or transmission.

    It’s a real puzzle, how your ideology of personal safety for yourself is so narrowly focused.

  50. dover_beach says:

    No one is talking about a ‘national proposal’, we are talking about what has been done in individual cities and states using ivermectin either as prophylaxis or treatment for COVID.

  51. Xenophon says:

    Makka: if you mean Modi that is plain wrong. Suggestions that it is useful for prophylactic purposes were literally contradicted by Merck, which makes it. In short, India is not proof of anything.

  52. Dot says:

    Suggestions that it is useful for prophylactic purposes were literally contradicted by Merck, which makes it. In short, India is not proof of anything.

    Bullshit.

  53. Xenophon says:

    By the way, India’s deaths from covid would be highest in the world if not for Trump. The US deaths are literal evidence of bad advice and complacency with covid. There is no merit whatsoever in pushing fake cures and nonsense about conspiracies.

  54. Dot says:

    The US deaths are literal evidence of bad advice and complacency with covid.

    Trump acted on the advice of Fauci, did he not?

    There is no merit whatsoever in pushing fake cures and nonsense about conspiracies.

    So you are going to ignore the peer reviewed evidence and deny any link to the Wuhan lab?

    Fuck off, shill.

  55. Rabbi Putin says:

    I’m not going to be coerced into taking a vaccine I don’t need. If it becomes an ultimatum at work then I’d rather lose my job.

  56. dover_beach says:

    Suggestions that it is useful for prophylactic purposes were literally contradicted by Merck, which makes it.

    LOL Merck has literally little to gain by the widespread use of its now off-patent drug which can be produced by anyone freely. In that same press release they queried its safety. Why would they do that?

    I also notice your silence with the respect to the overwhelming evidence that it is efficacious as prophylaxis for COVID.

  57. Steve trickler says:

    A picture is worth a thousand words

    Another version of the Nuremberg 2022 pic above, with the Prime Minister, State Premiers and CMO’s in the dock would be perfect.

    A tight sensation in the chest would ensue when THIER own eyes clapped on it.

  58. Steve trickler says:

    Xenophon says:
    June 6, 2021 at 3:29 pm

    Makka: if you mean Modi that is plain wrong. Suggestions that it is useful for prophylactic purposes were literally contradicted by Merck, which makes it. In short, India is not proof of anything.

    MERCK? Who are they?…hmmm.

    [ drum roll ]

    They are in the Fauci – Grady cesspool!

    As part of the global effort to investigate potential COVID-19 therapeutics and our support of independent
    research, Merck is collaborating with the US National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID),
    part of the US National Institutes of Health (NIH) by contributing 3,000 units of Rebif® (subcutaneous
    interferon beta-1a) for the Adaptive COVID-19 Treatment Trial 3 (ACTT 3), which is enrolling hospitalized
    adults with COVID-19 in the United States and in other countries. The NIAID-led study is evaluating
    treatment with Rebif® in combination with remdesivir compared with remdesivir alone, in over 1,000
    hospitalized adults diagnosed with COVID-19 and will evaluate time to recovery in the combination
    therapy group relative to the remdesivir-only group.

    Just sayin. People should know the ma$$ive conflict of interests right now with the NIH and affiliates.

  59. Steve trickler says:

    Oops.

    MERCK

  60. Steve trickler says:

    Thought I would do a Leadership Team check on Andrew Bulpin.

    For the record, I have no qualms companies making money in the medical sphere. But when riding on the back of C-19 the “situation” and Merck’s links to the NIH coupled with them trying discredit Ivermectin etc, should make anyone question everything.

    Article in full.

    Merck: COVID-related work helped German firm grow revs in Q1
    by Gareth Macdonald
    Monday, May 17, 2021 6:51 am
    COVID-19 will continue to drive growth according to Merck KGaA, which says demand from vaccine makers helped its life science business revenue grow 20.4% to € 2.1 billion in Q1.

    The German drug and processing tech firm unveiled its results for the first quarter this week, explaining that group sales increased 6% to € 4.6 billion ($5.6 billion) “mainly thanks to the high organic growth of the Life Science business.”

    Merck’s process solutions business – the part of the life sciences business that provides manufacturing services and sells production technologies – saw revenue increase 38% in the quarter.

    The firm said, “This increase was mainly driven by continued high demand as well as the additional business related to the pandemic relief effort.”

    Similarly, revenue generated Merck’s research solutions unit increase 24% thanks again to “additional, pandemic-related demand.”

    In its earning statement Merck said, “For the Life Science business sector, Merck continues to expect significantly positive contributions owing to the Covid-19 pandemic, particularly in the Process Solutions business unit.”

    It also predicted that, “The increasing availability of Covid-19 vaccines and the associated immunization of the population is likely to contribute to a further stabilization of the societal and economic situation.”

    CFO Marcus Kuhnert reiterated this during Merck’s Q1 call, telling analysts 12% of the Life Science unit’s organic sales growth of 27% came from COVID-related business.

    Forecast

    Merck revised its forecast, predicting organic growth of 10% to 12% and net sales of €18.5 billion to €19.5 billion.

    And demand from COVID-related projects is likely to continue to be a major driver according to CEO Belén Garijo.

    “We now expect our life science COVID related sales to more than double in 2021 compared with 2020 and our process solution COVID related sales to increase by a factor of at least 2.5 times.

    “Overall the situation as you know remains very dynamic and is difficult to speculate on the magnitude and sustainability of COVID related demand in the medium term, but happy to answer questions later. However, we foresee a potential need for vaccine and therapy approaches will begin the current year.”

    Garijo added that “We expect at least €500 million of COVID related sales in process solution by 2022.”

    Investment
    Merck has already invested to support current COVID-19 related work and future needs according to Andrew Bulpin, head of life science process solutions.

    He told analysts Merck has invested €380 million in recent months to support its core business and the needs of COVID-19.

    “So for example €140 million investments in Darmstadt for new membrane plant. €100 million in Carlsbad for viral vector. We’ve got 60 million in Madison for high potent API’s and for ADCs and then 21 million in Danvers for single use, 19 million in Jaffrey for filtration, 18 million in Buchs, supporting our reference materials, and then the 25 million investment for single-use in Molsheim.”

    Link

    Webs of intrigue.

  61. Eyrie says:

    It’s time to acknowledge that I was correct in saying “The vaccines won’t do shit”.

    I agree with you Arky.

  62. Tel says:

    What do these people know about “freedom”?

    They know you want it … and they know that hostages eventually start to empathize with their captors.

  63. Lee says:

    There is no merit whatsoever in pushing fake cures and nonsense about conspiracies.

    There are none so blind as those who refuse to see.

  64. mh says:

    Twitter Public Policy
    @Policy
    We are deeply concerned by the blocking of Twitter in Nigeria. Access to the free and #OpenInternet is an essential human right in modern society.

    We will work to restore access for all those in Nigeria who rely on Twitter to communicate and connect with the world. #KeepitOn
    10:17 PM · Jun 5, 2021

    🤔

    Liz Wheeler
    @Liz_Wheeler
    Replying to @Policy
    Access to the free & #OpenInternet is an essential human right in modern society… unless you’re Donald Trump. Or reporting on Hunter Biden’s laptop. Or discussing the biology of gender. Or the murderous dictator of Iran. Or a Chinese Communist Party peon lying about COVID. 🤷🏼‍♀️
    12:59 AM · Jun 6, 2021

    Or Naomi Wolf

  65. Timothy Neilson says:

    Why is the Australian government distributing the vaccine different to the Indian government distributing ivermectin? Your ideology is all over the shop.

    Is the Indian government threatening continuing harsh lockdowns if not enough people take their tablets?

  66. cuckoo says:

    The media in this country is a disgrace.

    Channel Nein is now running a promo with their rollcall of rather shopworn ‘stars’ (I make an exception for the lovely Sarah Abo) all grinning like monkeys, rolling up their sleeves and telling, er, urging us to get vaccinated. I’d be very interested to know if everyone in that ad has in fact taken the jab.

  67. cuckoo says:

    Incidentally, looking at that pic of Toni Collette on the cover, I can only think ‘bunny boiler’.

  68. Xenophon says:

    Seems a few above are simply parrots.
    There is no evidence at all as to invermectin’s efficacy as an antiviral. It’s maker says it’s not. A string of global health authorities has warned against using it.
    The US has nearly 600,00o dead. Most of that number died while trump was sending dumb signals and fake cures. The richest nation on earth has by far the worst death toll.
    At this point the natural features of the virus are accepted as evidence that it arise in animals. Whether or not it came out of a Wuhan lab, it clearly originated in humans in China.
    Another fact: Trump lost the TKs goon and orchestrated a violent attack on the Capitol in which people died. Yet folk here just buy anything he’s selling.

  69. Tel says:

    Is the Indian government threatening continuing harsh lockdowns if not enough people take their tablets?

    India is looking fairly successful right now.

    https://epidemic-stats.com/coronavirus/india

    The latest wave is almost over and at 249 deaths per million they are not even in the top 100 worst countries … making them better than all of Europe and most of the countries in North and South America.

  70. Tel says:

    Another fact: Trump lost the TKs goon and orchestrated a violent attack on the Capitol in which people died. Yet folk here just buy anything he’s selling.

    Thanks for outing yourself as a total bullshitter … that will save me bothering to answer any of your other stupid posts.

  71. mh says:

    Hi Grip

  72. Lee says:

    Xenophon says:
    June 6, 2021 at 5:08 pm

    All the usual pro-Democrat/leftist talking points.

    The US has nearly 600,00o dead. Most of that number died while trump was sending dumb signals and fake cures. The richest nation on earth has by far the worst death toll.

    But not the highest per capita.
    I see you sidestepped the fact that that all occurred under Fauci.
    I wonder why?
    LOL

  73. Dot says:

    Another fact: Trump lost the TKs goon and orchestrated a violent attack on the Capitol in which people died.

    No, he told people NOT to protest and social media censored him.

  74. Lee says:

    mh says:
    June 6, 2021 at 5:12 pm
    Hi Grip

    I’d forgotten about him.
    Ironic screen name, as “Grip” had definitely lost his grip on reality!

  75. dover_beach says:

    Hi Grip

    Shill’s gotta shill.

  76. Dot says:

    There is no evidence at all as to invermectin’s efficacy as an antiviral.

    Please stop lying.

    https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/33278625/

    Randomized Controlled Trial Int J Infect Dis
    . 2021 Feb;103:214-216. doi: 10.1016/j.ijid.2020.11.191. Epub 2020 Dec 2.

    A five-day course of ivermectin for the treatment of COVID-19 may reduce the duration of illness

    A 5-day course of ivermectin was found to be safe and effective in treating adult patients with mild COVID-19. Larger trials will be needed to confirm these preliminary findings.

    “NO EVIDENCE AT ALL!!!!111”

    You’re a joke, please go away and stop shilling for lockdowns you weird freak.

  77. dover_beach says:

    The Cathedral’s trolls: quantity over quality.

  78. Tel says:

    Please stop lying.

    Unlikely that being polite will make a difference Dot … he ain’t here to discuss anything rationally and honestly.

  79. Boambee John says:

    Xenophon says:
    June 6, 2021 at 5:08 pm

    You misspelled your tag, it ends with …obe.

  80. Baa Humbug says:

    Xenophon says:
    June 6, 2021 at 5:08 pm

    Seems a few above are simply parrots.

    What a scumbag this idiot is.
    Just a reminder that the commie bastards always accuse you of what they themselves are guilty of.
    Talk about parroting MSM talking points.
    What a scumbag. What a %&*$

  81. Xenophon says:

    And parrots who swear.

  82. Dot says:

    Xenophon says:
    June 6, 2021 at 6:40 pm
    And parrots who swear.

    You’re still a denialist fuckwit.

  83. dover_beach says:

    Parrots

    The projection here is stunning. Xenophon has simply regurgitated the talking points of the Cathedral and when invited to look at what he was eating tightened the blindfold and doubled the helpings.

  84. Dot says:

    He’s like a duck ripe for foie gras that demanded more corn, one douche in the mouth, one in the cornhole.

    “Fatten me faster, my lord”, he says.

  85. mh says:

    Grip really embarrassing himself now.
    Clutching at Fauci.
    Sad.

  86. Perfidious Albino says:

    One of the biggest ironies for me is that many of those most vocally anti GM crops are all in for the GM vaccine…

  87. Megan says:

    Geez, yet another brain dead moron to give my scrolling finger a workout. Their complete inability to think clearly and with intellectual rigour is exposed in less than half a dozen posts. Such ignorance is a long term mystery of the universe.

  88. Crossie says:

    Channel Nein is now running a promo with their rollcall of rather shopworn ‘stars’ (I make an exception for the lovely Sarah Abo) all grinning like monkeys, rolling up their sleeves and telling, er, urging us to get vaccinated. I’d be very interested to know if everyone in that ad has in fact taken the jab.

    I don’t believe any actor or politician had the real thing, it’s saline shots for all of our betters who think we are stupid and will buy it no questions asked.

  89. Rex Anger says:

    I’m intrigued Grip wanted to come back at all.

    Didn’t it start diving at the Fainting Couch l, Italian-style, just after the November Elections because it decided somebody was being mean to wymminses?

    And then some troll tried a spot of J-baiting in January, and Grip flounced off in solidarity?

    He reeeeeaaaaally seems to like the smelling salts, our Grip…

  90. Crossie says:

    Nick Xenophon must really be so bored now that he’s out of politics that he’s been driven to troll a free blog.

  91. Crossie says:

    Perfidious Albino says:
    June 6, 2021 at 7:19 pm
    One of the biggest ironies for me is that many of those most vocally anti GM crops are all in for the GM vaccine…

    What’s more, the most rabid ones I know are also vegan. They couldn’t possibly eat dairy food but have no problem with foetal stem cell-based vaccine.

  92. Why would I trust any drug from India?

  93. Rex Anger says:

    Why would I trust any drug from India?

    Their 500mg paracetamol tablets from Chemist’s Warehouse or Aldi are pretty damned effective…

  94. Boambee John says:

    Winston Smith says:
    June 6, 2021 at 8:01 pm
    Why would I trust any drug from India?

    Until we get CSL to expand broadly into pharmaceuticals, your choices come down pretty much to India and Chyner.

  95. Xenophon says:

    Galahs too it seems. And they swear too.

  96. Rex Anger says:

    Poor Grip.

    Stuck in a groove…

    A groove…

    A groove…

    A groove…

    A groove…

  97. Lee says:

    Xenophon says:
    June 6, 2021 at 6:48 pm

    Proves the point what a sewer Twitter is, dominated by left wing morons.

  98. Kneel says:

    “There is no evidence at all as to invermectin’s efficacy as an antiviral.”

    https://covid19criticalcare.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/FLCCC-Ivermectin-in-the-prophylaxis-and-treatment-of-COVID-19.pdf

    BTW, the authors include one of the most published and highly cited medical professionals in the world, who also authored the only current WHO approved treatment protocol for COVID-19. Doesn’t really sound like much of a “crack-pot”, eh?

    This paper includes meta-analysis of RCT and OCT papers and shows statistically significant improvement for both prophylaxis and treatment at all stages of COVID-19 infection from the use of Ivermectin. The same website also has testimonials from many doctors in lower socio-economic areas/countries, thanking them for advise that has saved many hundreds if not thousands of patients lives.

    Is that sufficient enough evidence that it’s worth a look?

  99. Dot says:

    Xenophon says:
    June 6, 2021 at 9:00 pm
    Galahs too it seems. And they swear too.

    No need to swear. You are a wilfully pig-ignorant, supercilious mouth breathing cretin who refuses to look at the evidence.

    You hate your fellow man so much you wish to end his liberty until he yields to your will – even ignoring reality with a belief that desire can iron out the knots in crooked timber.

    If only your own life was not so meaningless, you might understand why others value liberty and a return to normalcy.

  100. Cuckoo:
    Toni Collette
    You’re right – it’s in the eyes – Bunny Boiler.

  101. GD says:

    Future border sign:

    Warning: You are entering Victoria. Do so at your peril.

  102. Tel says:

    Nick Xenophon must really be so bored now …

    I have a feeling this troll is not really Nick Xenophon.

    More likely someone who goes through so many names … and finds it easier to steal what rightly belongs to others. Although of course the real Nick Xenophon is fully capable of discrediting himself … that’s a separate issue to this guy here.

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