Posted by: Gregoryno6 | December 25, 2022

And just like that, covid vaccine criticism became a fit topic for conversation.

I continue to observe the devastating effects a year-and-a-half later with the addition of fatigue and additional neurological symptoms including nerve pains, altered sense of smell, visual disturbance and musculoskeletal inflammation.

Dr Kerryn Phelps, speaking to Parliament’s Long Covid Inquiry a few days ago. This is a breakthrough of sorts; Phelps is a prominent lefty, and gay. And her announcement has put a hole in the wall. It inspired a staff member at the Australian Broadcasting Corporation to announce that she too had suffered injuries from the jab.

Despite all that I’m not exactly jumping for joy. Phelps has been accused of trying to be first out the door, jumping ship, etc – rather like Tim Robbins in the States. She has a tradition of arriving with a splash, and then leaving a mess behind. Gay media organisation Satellite went down the tubes under her leadership. In politics, and during her time as President of the Australian Medical Association, she demonstrated a Rudd-like talent for being at the heart of conflict. So having Dr P join your team isn’t a win.

I’d rather have Russell Casse watching my back. He might have been a drunk and a bad father, but he did what had to be done.

Dr Phelps is no Russell Casse. She received confirmation of her injuries in mid-2021, but nevertheless pushed hard for vaccination of children for the 2022 school year.

Phelps also makes that now-common claim among the vaxxed that she did her research before getting the shots. What were the sources for her research? Joe Biden warning the unvaccinated that his patience was wearing thin? Foni Fauci proclaiming ‘safe and effective’?

Something like this?

Dear Doctor Phelps,
Thank you for reaching out.
I can assure you our vaccine is completely safe and you shouldn’t misconstrue this company’s efforts to lock information away for 75 years.
Roll up that sleeve, girl!

Albert Bourla.

A schoolchild could speak with more intelligence on the subject of covid. In fact, one did. His name is Jack Watson.

At first, they made us wear masks for the whole day, the only exception being when we were eating. But, again, when we took them off to eat we were still spreading our germs. So what was the point of putting them on at all other times? When we were in classrooms, we would get sanctioned if we took off our mask or put in isolation if we refused to put them back on. Eventually, my school changed the rules. You had to wear a mask when walking around the school, but when you were in lessons you could take it off. How does that make sense?

Read Jack’s observations and you’ll find your faith in the younger generation significantly increased.

One thing more: in the wake of the shootings in Queensland that took the lives of two police officers and a civilian, the state’s cops are playing ‘dob in a conspiracy theorist’. My feeling is that that game is well and truly over. The neighbourhood snitches who reported mask-avoiders during ’21 and ’22 have likely got other things to worry about now. Things like how long the neighbourhood’s collective memory will be – or possibly some adverse results of their own. I would however welcome news of thousands of responses along the lines of Hello, I’d like to report the Queensland government for pushing a vaccine whose adverse effects they knew nothing about.

Looking forward to that as the hot global trend of 2023.


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