Night of the Steak Knives

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20 Responses to Night of the Steak Knives

  1. Baa Humbug says:

    Why would that need to be done? Can’t people go see their GP to discuss health issues and get bulk billing?

  2. Ed Case says:

    The Courier Mail claimed the other day that only 2.6% of eligible Qlders had had it and the figure for Victoria is 2.4%.
    I’m thinking there is a lot of resistance from people not living in Nursing Homes.

  3. Bruce of Newcastle says:

    Bribes seem to be the go. Some places offer free lotto tickets, live chooks or even free weed. ScoMo could be the first to offer free steak knives!

    In Photos: Authorities across World Offer Chickens and Lottery Tickets to Boost Covid-19 Vaccination (17 Jun)

  4. Tintarella di Luna says:

    Bribes seem to be the go. Some places offer free lotto tickets, live chooks or even free weed. ScoMo could be the first to offer free steak knives!

    In Photos: Authorities across World Offer Chickens and Lottery Tickets to Boost Covid-19 Vaccination (17 Jun)

    That it’s come to this shows exactly what the bastards in charge have done and want to hide the fact. There is no trusting the bastards, with good reason.

  5. mh says:

    A video posted to social media shows the San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus propagandizing the public to take Big Pharma’s experimental mRNA jab.

    In footage uploaded to TikTok, members of the choir perform “Vaccinate,” in the style of the 1975 classic by Three Dog Night, “Celebrate.”

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rjxN8UMhjGY

  6. Damon says:

    What would persuade me? Two years of clinical trials and a clearance from the TGA.

  7. Shy Ted says:

    Hesitancy might just become refusal $50 later. $50 x how many million people?

  8. Primer says:

    Ah memories…. huge ad campaigns of how AIDS was equally a mass killer of heteros as of homos. I believe that’s when Joe Sixpack’s lying eyes won, beating the gaslighting effort of authority.
    No hidden co-morbidities, under 60, and your chance of dying of Cv is near nil.
    But please don’t let that moderate the Reichstag Fire type hysteria, they’re counting on it.

  9. MatrixTransform says:

    because COVID … Do Not go to the doctor … because COVID … Go To the doctor … because COVID … Do Not go to the doctor … because COVID …

    how could an MD possibly know or understand anything what-so-ever about short or long term effects of this vaccine?

    journalists are still arguing about it

    stick to cold sores and in-grown toenails

    who would pay any attention to what some clinically trained performing monkey said in regards to this vaccine?

    even less some idiotic politician who is likely only has a 3 to 6 year tenure.

    the answer is no.

    I think dear Govt, that the very low uptake of your free-cheese offer says it all.

  10. sfw says:

    Baa, dunno where you live but in our country town, no bulk billing at all, pay $70 up front. even in Wodonga 80km away no bulk billing it’s rare nowdays.

  11. Captain Katzenjammer says:

    All the stats being used to convince us the jabs aren’t harmful, similar stats show the virus is statistically equally harmless.

  12. a happy little debunker says:

    What would persuade me? Two years of clinical trials and a clearance from the TGA.

    I don’t know – some likelihood that I may catch it, after the ‘National Cabinet’ re-opens our borders might propel me…

    But as long as borders (state and federal) remain closed and lockdowns continue, is there a reason to get vaccinated?

  13. MatrixTransform says:

    But as long as borders (state and federal) remain closed and lockdowns continue, is there a reason to get vaccinated?

    you think lock downs stopped the spread ?

    lol

  14. Leo G says:

    Federal Health Minister Greg Hunt … to allow people over 50 to visit a GP and discuss any COVID vaccine concerns as the government seeks to quash vaccine hesitancy.

    Would that be the public hesitancy aggravated by government incoherence and vacillation?

  15. PB says:

    “how could an MD possibly know or understand anything what-so-ever about short or long term effects of this vaccine?”

    Their one job is to advocate for it. Anything less than their enthusiastic support could see them deregistered.

    That’s real good son….
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ETfzfy0jy74&ab_channel=Delta9SFBay

  16. Dunnybrush says:

    Funny how medicos throughout history turn out to be the most appalling people. The doctors in my cohort are mostly narcissists who have affairs and then complain when their wives tell them to piss off.
    They’re boring lunch partners too.

  17. a happy little debunker says:

    you think lock downs stopped the spread ?

    No – I asked if there was a reason to get a vaccine whilst state and federal borders are closed AND lockdowns continue.

    (Of course, I am in Tassie where there have been no cases for 200+ days & no community transmission for 365+ days)

  18. Enyaw says:

    When (if) , Danny Boy returns all he has to do is threaten to cancel footy in Victoriastan for a month, and most of the population will take the knee and BEG to be needled as many times as Danny says. Mr Hunt take note . ( steak knives are old hat) .

  19. yarpos says:

    I love the “hesitancy” language like they cant admit people are just refusing.

    I am not hesitant, I will not have the vaccine until the trial has finished. I do not wish to be part of the grand experiment.

  20. Rufus T Firefly says:

    With ya yarpos!!

    A lot of vaccinated folks seem to be very worried about “the unclean” among us.
    Dunno why. If they believe Hunt and Sutton, (safe and effective), what’s the problem.
    Safe – Pfizer, AZ et al cannot be held legally liable for any reaction to the vaccine.
    Effective – Pfizer, AZ et al will make a sh%t tin of cash.

    “So there are a few blood clots, there aren’t many, c’mon man, …., have the shot!”

    Incentives, yeah!
    So, remember the Boeing 737 Max. Two accidents, 5 months apart, approx 390 dead.
    In that time, how many people flew and didn’t die in B737 Max?
    Probably 60 million, even in strange times. Very low percentage.

    Imagine if, instead of withdrawing the aircraft, they said:
    “We will give all who fly in it a lottery ticket!” (Or a beer, a burger whatever.)
    How many takers do you reckon?
    OK, now with these vaccines, ……..

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