Parliamentary democracy – gone to the Dapto dogs

Ray texts Brad. Brad tells lawyers to amend “the orders.” Brad signs “orders” into “law.”

Well, contrary to one international leader’s certainty that we’ll get it, I don’t share that certainty. We’ve never had a vaccine for a coronavirus.”

Brad Hazzard, quoted in a May 2020 Daily Telegraph puff piece. In the meet-your-rona-czar feature, the NSW Health Minister – a chronic asthmatic “who carries hand sanitiser with his inhaler” and “contemplated a career in medicine” – shares insights “going back to my science days” (he formerly had the keys to the Bunsen burners as a high school science teacher). There are enough issues here for one of those YouTube unboxing videos.

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26 Responses to Parliamentary democracy – gone to the Dapto dogs

  1. Pyrmonter says:

    Well, he could fairly cite whichever Churchill, Keynes or (improbably, in my view) Paul Samuelson and respond to anyone who put that to him:

    ‘When the facts change, I change my mind. What do you do?’

  2. covid ate my homework says:

    What evil concoction would sire a Hazzard, on the other hand goat herders must wonder what occurred following their last intimate connection with their charges.

  3. Mother Lode says:

    The Dupes of Hazzard.

    I was thinking the car should have, instead of the Stars and Bars, it should have a mask painted on the roof.

    Every episode should feature a scene where the car leaps over Parliamentary Democracy Creek with a mighty ‘Yee-ha’.

    Sadly there is no one on the scene to play Cousin Daisy.

  4. Infidel Tiger says:

    Brad was right.

    Whatever the current meds are and I am open minded on them, they aren’t vaccines as we know vaccines to be.

  5. H B Bear says:

    I guess that 80% number is out the window?

  6. H B Bear says:

    It’s enough to have you losing your humours.

  7. Primer says:

    This woman is tripling down, a panicker, not fast jet material.

  8. Squirrel says:

    “….formerly had the keys to the Bunsen burners as a high school science teacher…”

    Discovered that fascinating detail the other day – it rang a vague bell from days long gone – contemplating repressed memory therapy……

    The “laws” should surely be disallowable by the upper house, but if they did anything, it would be to add further to the restrictions.

  9. John Brumble says:

    Fuck me but you’re a dishonest see you in the NT, Pyrmonty.

  10. sabena says:

    The headline to this piece is an insult to the Dapto dogs whose management of the pandemic would be superior.

  11. max says:

    Idols for destruction by Herbert Schlossberg

    “the new soteriology.”

    Whether salvation is to be found in the chairman or in the phalanx of experts who direct the machinery, it is only through the application of state wisdom and power that we can be delivered.

    Modern messianism resembles the millennial movements that were common in the Middle Ages and into the early modern period.

  12. max says:

    Since the afterlife was considered a superstitious remnant of more primitive times, secular messianism required that all accounts be settled in the here and now. As Lenin said, the struggle of the proletariat is “to set up heaven on earth.” This return to a pagan conception is prefigured by the apocalyptic vision of the New Testament, which describes as satanic the totalitarian state claiming to bring salvation.

  13. Bruce of Newcastle says:

    Well, contrary to one international leader’s certainty that we’ll get it, I don’t share that certainty. We’ve never had a vaccine for a coronavirus.

    Haha, there you go. And now they wonder why the punters won’t take up the vaccines?

    Stiglich summarized this perfectly in Tom’s cartoon round up this morning. Thanks Tom!

  14. Oppressed Ossie says:

    Will he get himself a mausoleum in Dee Why modelled on other Fascist Dictators?
    Cream used to rise to the top.
    Now it’s all just scum.

  15. Mick Gold Coast QLD says:

    “Dapto dogs”

    That comes from my times currencylad, I like it – well done.

    Hazzard is an idiot, for several reasons. One of them is that he backed Metherell, who is also an idiot – he was a part timer at Sydney when I was there, lazy and useless, not worth listening to – and Metherell brought a good man down, in Greiner. Hazzard first attended Macquarie not-a-Uni to emerge with a BA, which is clear evidence that he is incapable of learning anything.

    I shouldn’t be surprised, the NSW Liberals have been hopeless for as long as I can remember, accommodating pointless fringe dwellers. Apart from Greiner, who was a real pro, and Robin Askin who was deliciously corrupt. 😁😂🤣

  16. flyingduk says:

    And the principle reason they had never had a coronavax previously was the ADE problem – they COULD make a vaccine that generated an antibody response in the host, the only problem was that it wasnt protective, rather it caused WORSE illness in the vaccinated test animals when later exposed to the wild virus. So how did we rule that problem out with the new mRNA vaccines? We didnt, we are in the ‘real world clinical trials’ phase now.

  17. shane says:

    Alec Zeck
    Jul 8
    I assure you, if it requires coercion, manipulation, gaslighting, 24/7 advertising, fear-mongering, silencing of dissenting opinions and experts, slandering of alternative options, tons of incentives, and indemnification from liability, then it isn’t required for health.

  18. Neil says:

    Wow i just turned on the TV and 7Mate has a movie on starting at 10.30 (yet to start). Movie is called 28 Days Later.

    This is the plot

    “”A highly contagious, aggression-inducing virus called “Rage” is unleashed in Great Britain after an infected chimpanzee is freed by a group of animal liberation activists. It spreads quickly among the international populace, resulting in societal collapse. “”

  19. Bad Samaritan says:

    IT (6.25pm) said; “Whatever the current meds are and I am open minded on them, they aren’t vaccines as we know vaccines to be.”….You are correct…..

    The video of David Martin interviewed by Rainer Fuellmich on the patents surrounding mRNA research makes it very clear that they are not vaccines. The US patents office rejected the claim that mRNA produced a protective effect from infection = it’s gene technology, but not able to be called a vaccine. The rejected patent was lodged on behalf of Anthony Fauci when he was after a HIV vax.

    That vid was first put on the Cat by “Howard Hill” and subsequently a thread lead-in from someone (Steve K maybe). The quote was at about the 46-50 minute mark.

    That the patent’s office has some serious examiners is shown by the fact that the current vaxes do not protect from infection, eh what?

  20. Bad Samaritan says:

    shane (9.45pm) All correct. I’ve found that with anyone pro-vax who is still able to think, the most convincing argument is the “no liability” one.

    In my area (very anti Anastasia=a huge swing against Labor in the Qld election) I still know a few ALP drones. Asking them whether they would buy a car or an appliance without a warranty of any kind: whether they’d be comfortable eating or drinking something that might be tainted but which had no requirement to be “safe” as is the case with these genetic toxins, even some liar-party f’wits do see the reasoning.

    BTW: they might throw up some flimsy defence of the authorities on the spot so’s you can’t mock their gullibility, but will consider it later. “If only one life is saved”, it’s worth it isn’t it?

  21. stackja says:

    Liberty Quote
    Necessity is the plea for every infringement of human freedom. It is the argument of tyrants; it is the creed of slaves.

    — William Pitt

  22. hzhousewife says:

    It is astonishing to me that all that rage against genetically manipulated canola strains has not been transferred towards vaccines clearly developed via genetic manipulation.

  23. Bad Samaritan says:

    hz(7.40am) Especially since Genetically Modified foods have had their DNA jiggled…….with the alleged fear being that somehow that jiggling may, perhaps, sometime affect human DNA.

    With the current vaxes however there is no doubt whatsoever about that human DNA jiggling is going on. WhyTF is this enfeeblement of human brains into leftist sub-brains by leftist school teachers allowed?

  24. egg_ says:

    ‘When the facts change*, I change my mind. What do you do?’

    Global warming?
    Sea level rise?
    Hole in the Ozone layer?

    Couf deadliness or died-with-Couf?

    That is the question.


  25. Chris M says:

    It is astonishing to me that all that rage against genetically manipulated canola

    Absolutely! Like the hard-core healthy living folk covered in tatts with ink made from heavy metals and sporting plastic boobs etc.

    Absurd hypocrisy is the new normal.

  26. Bad Samaritan says:

    Chris M (9.52am) FFS. Before reading your latest I wasn’t too concerned, about life after Covid, but now…..

    All of us to be required to get plastic boobs and heavy-metals tatts all over. To enter the new normal?


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