Category Archives: Covid

Guest Post: Jill J – Segregation in Lithuania

From Twitter Gluboco Lietuva In just 6 weeks, the Covid Pass has transformed my country into a regime of control and segregation. This is the new society created in Lithuania, the nation furthest along the path to the authoritarianism inevitably … Continue reading

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A Personal Covid Journey 

As much as I feel my life is not worthy of its own blog I recognise that personal stories can give great insight into larger topics or debates. Personally at least I enjoy reading through the prism of a personal … Continue reading

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Enjoy Freedoms Like Travelling

I am genuinely amazed at how fast the language has changed: Under current recommended regulations in Australia, citizens are encouraged to be vaccinated to enjoy freedoms like travelling. The NBL won’t mandate vaccinations, but has made it clear players won’t … Continue reading

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The language continues to mutate

We don’t want to be locked down in the future so vaccination is our passport. – NSW Deputy Premier John Barilaro

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Domestic Violence in Australia

Does this sound abusive to you? My friend’s husband won’t let her visit any friends or family. He has made her stop all contact with them unless it’s on the phone or computer. He reads and censors her comments on … Continue reading

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Covid Lies Growing Faster than Cases

To return to WA, travellers must have had one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine and show they have had a negative test in the 72 hours before departure. So mandatory vaccines are now a matter of when not if, adding … Continue reading

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Guest Post: Bill Muehlenberg – “Show Us Your Papers Please”

Hmm, no surprises here: more curfews, more lockdowns, and more manic madness in Dan Andrews’ Dystopian State. We have the harshest lockdown measures in the world, and in a few days we will have had the most lockdown time of … Continue reading

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Guest Post: Dot – Flu/Covid whats the difference?

FACEBOOK CENSORS THE CDC BIBLICAL. This is a CDC notice to all labs to stop using the Feb 2020 RT-PCR test and switch to a multiplexed method that can distinguish between various Covid viruses and influenza. FALSE DIALECTIC UNDER … Continue reading

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Guest Post : Anon – My Covid Story

(Note: Names have been changed to protect the writer’s identity.) Dear John, It has been a while since we last spoke, so you may be wondering where we have got to. You will recall that my 87-year old mother, who … Continue reading

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Guest Post: A Lurker – This Modern Madness

“Men, it has been well said, think in herds; it will be seen that they go mad in herds, while they only recover their senses slowly, one by one.” ― Charles MacKay, ‘Extraordinary Popular Delusions and the Madness of Crowds’ … Continue reading

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Catallaxy crowdsource – Ivermectin

The most recent google result for ivermectin was from a site called “the scientist” with a post titled – Ivermectin (still) lacks scientific support as a covid-19 drug. I won’t do the honour of linking to it but to see … Continue reading

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(2 + 2 = 5) Calculating the cost of lockdowns

From the Daily Mail (because local media won’t dare touch it) How Sydney’s lockdown broke Dieter Brummer: Home and Away star, 45, took his own life after construction ban left him without hope and money – as his tragic final … Continue reading

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Guest Post: Bons – Do not spread Misinformation

Calling aspiring Harmony Enforcement Guides – Your Omnipotent, Omniscient State needs you! For extra social credit vouchers, submit in appropriately humble form, ideas to encourage subservience and community cohesion. Mock the evil of individuality by describing the text and images … Continue reading

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