Posted by: Gregoryno6 | December 16, 2021

Lockdownunder update: Not enough Nurses and too much Fear Porn.

Starting with the fear porn, from Ben O’Shea at PerthNow.

You hear that sound? That’s the ticking of a clock that will toll for unvaccinated West Aussies at 12.01.am on Saturday, February 5.

And to think McClown got nicknamed ‘Sneakers’ because HE was a gold-medal brown nose. Ben O’Shea is so far up Masky Mark he can see daylight when the Premier speaks.

Ben would have been great fun at the Christmas lunch this year. Yeah, I’ll have the fear porn with extra fear porn and a side of intimidation. And I’ll try the ridiculous hyperbole for dessert.

Recommended reading if you want a good laugh. You may need one before you continue.

To put that in context: More nurses have quit in just 8 months over 2021 than any entire previous year between 2016/17 & 19/20. Why? Because they didn’t like the new curtains in the lunch room? Probably not.

If the vaccines were the lifesavers they’re supposed to be, the health care workers would be front and centre in every government campaign. Instead, we get headlines like this.

Nurses aren’t the only deficit in the Western Lands. Real estate giant Evergrande has defaulted, which means a lot less of WA’s iron ore going on a slow boat to China. Masky Mark has been riding on a high tide, but the tide is going out. Even before Evergrande went down, our iron ore had lost half its price this year. The High Pontiff’s ability to expertly manage the state’s economy is in for some real-world benchmarking.

The covidiocy just keeps on coming. And not all of it from the western side either. Remember Kerry ‘Don’t start a conversation’ Chant, health guru to the New South Wales government?

I would recommend that instead of Christmas shopping, everyone shops for a covid booster online.

When you’ve so grown to love the sound of your own voice that you can’t imagine a world where nobody else wants to hear it.

Dear Santa, I’ve been a good girl this year telling everyone how to live their lives. Please, can I have some more relevance for Christmas? The tub you gave me last year is nearly empty. You know who I am, XX Kerry.

Lucky for Ms Chant that I’m not Santa.

How about TWO tubs of Go The Fuck Away?


Responses

  1. “If the vaccines were the lifesavers they’re supposed to be, the health care workers would be front and centre in every government campaign. Instead, we get headlines like this.’

    Yep.

  2. From your first link:
    ‘a minority, who refuse to accept a weight of scientific data and the lived experience of literally billions of people’

    Umm yeah, about those billions. Past pandemics wiped out whole villages in poorer parts of the world. Spanish flu killed many young people first (no one knows why). This ‘pandemic’ in contrast kills old people who were being kept alive by modern medicine past expected life span.

    All those dramatic funeral pyres in the streets of Delhi? In the treeless plains of north India, only the rich could afford to have so much wood shipped in. India has a big problem with obesity and diabetes among its apartment-bound wealthy aged. Maybe similar for Italy where the panic began. Hence the original ‘protect grandma’ theme.

    Medics are obsessed with keeping old folks alive to extreme ages, that’s fine, but at some stage – jabbing 5 yrs olds to protect the old – it looks very unbalanced. I know a handful who died from Covid in India and one doctor on the front line there. I supported one young middle class family who got it and survived there. A geriatric ‘pandemic’ is the obsession of monomaniac medics like Kerry Chant. The real problem is a global aging population, as we’ve heard for many years. Plus bureaucratic hysteria.

    • Dear Bruce

      Good comment. As regards ‘Spanish flu killed many young people first (no one knows why).’ this is apparently due to the smallpox vaccinations given at the time. I have not researched in detail but others have.

      I have done a post on Kerry Chant if you haven’t seen it. I think it explains a lot myself.

      Kind regards

      Baldmichael Theresoluteprotector’sson

  3. In some ways right now feels like the calm before the storm.
    Before 2020 we lived in a very disjointed world and since the pandemic it has felt like we are living in a dystopian world to some degree.
    The hypocrisy of authority with this virus has been inept to say the least. Rinse and repeat on things that don’t work but fracture society are not the actions of responsible leaders. Nor is destroying peoples lives and branding them outcasts helpful in any way.
    I read the other day that this is the first pandemic in recorded history where global population has increased rather than decreased, and that from official figures. That is a whole world of weird just there as pandemics are not meant to work that way.


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