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  • My first Pzifer injection is booked-in for the 24th of November.
    If Novavax may arrive first; my RNA will be thankful for it.
    https://www.news.com.au/finance/busi...488bd73412ad8c

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    Oppenheimer was the wartime head of the Los Alamos Laboratory and is among those who are credited with being the "father of the atomic bomb".
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/J._Robert_Oppenheimer
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    • Originally posted by hairyone View Post
      My first Pzifer injection is booked-in for the 24th of November.
      If Novavax may arrive first; my RNA will be thankful for it.
      https://www.news.com.au/finance/busi...488bd73412ad8c

      Edit:
      Oppenheimer was the wartime head of the Los Alamos Laboratory and is among those who are credited with being the "father of the atomic bomb".
      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/J._Robert_Oppenheimer
      You can still observe people like that in places like Woomera, it is interesting as their wife, kids have gone insane, they then return to Canberra for full time care, lots of countries have the same also, China, Russia, France etc ..
      ^roost

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      • Originally posted by pk View Post

        The great reset + the new world order, what could possibly go wrong . . ?
        - at least we will all have matching jumpsuits and travel at warp speed ...


        interesting quote from J. Robert Oppenheimer

        “It is perfectly obvious that the whole world is going to hell.
        The only possible chance that it might not is that we do not attempt to prevent it from doing so.”



        “Emergherd!
        Someone used one of our ridiculous catch phrases in a very vaguely related context! We were right all along!!1!”.

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        • How’s Ivermectin working out this week?
          Has it gone the way of Hydroxychloroquine (etc) yet, or are we still hoping that this is The One?
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          • Appears to be a lot of this mandatory vax talk in the media but some of it does not seem to make sense ?

            The recovery rate in Australia is hovering somewhere around ~98%

            A person that has had covid & recovered now has actual/natural antibodies via their own immune system . .

            I assume that this person would now be in much better position should they encounter covid again (?)

            – why would this person then need a narrowly targeted vax ?

            **although happy for them to have a vax if they feel that they want/need it . .
            Time and tide . .

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            • Originally posted by Spac View Post
              How’s Ivermectin working out this week?
              Has it gone the way of Hydroxychloroquine (etc) yet, or are we still hoping that this is The One?
              Still killing ticks on Horses.

              Faked studies for it's use on Covid, became obvious when there were claims it turned India around.

              Still In an observed trial I think, on Covid Humans that is.
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              Ignorance leads to confidence more often than knowledge does
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              • Originally posted by pk View Post
                Appears to be a lot of this mandatory vax talk in the media but some of it does not seem to make sense ?

                The recovery rate in Australia is hovering somewhere around ~98%

                A person that has had covid & recovered now has actual/natural antibodies via their own immune system . .

                I assume that this person would now be in much better position should they encounter covid again (?)

                – why would this person then need a narrowly targeted vax ?

                **although happy for them to have a vax if they feel that they want/need it . .
                Yer, I still want to get the virus, same as I wanted at the start of this thread, get the inevedible out of the way early.

                Survive it once and you are only a risk to the system as a spreader in the future.

                Some Countries were counting 1 vax and 1 covid infection as fully vaxxed..

                .
                Ignorance leads to confidence more often than knowledge does
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                • Originally posted by Tom68 View Post

                  Still killing ticks on Horses.

                  Faked studies for it's use on Covid, became obvious when there were claims it turned India around.

                  Still In an observed trial I think, on Covid Humans that is.
                  Much like the gov approved covid 'vaccines'.

                  An obvious difference between the negatives of ivermectin vs mrna though, is that a human needs to overdose on ivermectin to get sick or die, whereas mrna is killing people with the standard approved doses.

                  Matters little to me though, I won't be taking either of them anytime soon.
                  Some of us need to remain clean as a control group in the largest drug/mind control experiment ever undertaken.

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                  • slowly but surely . . .


                    Time to break Covid chains with facts as the antidote to fear

                    Gladys Berejiklian’s decision to end daily press conferences was received poorly by journalists, as the NSW Premier would no doubt have expected.
                    Her briefings have been franker than most, making hers a particularly valuable talking head in an era when the demand for fresh angles is insatiable.

                    Yet Berejiklian is right to insist she has better things to do with her mornings than scaring the public with numbers.
                    The job of a responsible leader at this stage of the pandemic is to dispel the unwarranted fear that makes many people nervous about entering a truce with Covid.

                    Ironically, the culture of media entitlement reinforced by daily press calls means the public is less well informed than it should be about the threat from Covid-19. Reporters have come to expect the news to break for them, rather than breaking it themselves. The journalists who have genuinely served the public are the ones who have broken with the pack to interrogate sources of information other than politicians.

                    The belated release of data from the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare on Friday provided reassurance that we can end the lockdowns and open state borders without triggering the “once-in-a-century setback” the ABC’s Norman Swan was tweeting about on Saturday.

                    The institute’s examination of the direct and indirect effects of the pandemic provides further evidence that the coronavirus is not as deadly as we once feared. As the NSW government now concedes, there is a difference between dying with Covid-19 and dying from Covid-19. The discrepancy in the official number of deaths linked to the pandemic in 2020 between the Department of Health’s 909 and the Australian Bureau of Statistics’ 866 is confirmation that the figure is somewhat rubbery. The AIHW takes a punt by estimating the number of deaths to be “around 900”.

                    The reason for the uncertainty becomes clear when we read that for 88 per cent of Covid-19 deaths in 2020, associated causes were included on the death certificate. About three out of every four (73 per cent) of people who died had pre-existing chronic conditions.

                    Public health officials have been curiously reluctant to share this with the public. Reassuring the majority of Australians who are fit and healthy that the risks they faced were considerably lower than the headline figures would have calmed public trepidation. Health officials, however, preferred to feed our anxiety, presumably to force us to comply with their punishing rules.

                    On average, there were 2.4 associated causes for each death. A third of those with chronic illnesses listed as dying from Covid-19 suffered from chronic heart disease. Other recurring chronic illnesses were diabetes (18 per cent), hypertension (15 per cent), chronic lower respiratory diseases (15 per cent) and cancer (12 per cent).

                    The most common associated cause was dementia, listed on the death certificates of 41 per cent of those with chronic illnesses who died with or of Covid in 2020. This should not surprise us, since the average age of death was 87.

                    The average age of death is also a relevant figure the public health gurus would prefer to bury. The notion that we should assign unlimited resources to save each and every life is new to this pandemic. Doctors and administrators were employing the principles of triage long before World War I when the word was brought home from France.

                    Even under today’s inflated expectations of longevity, 87 is a good innings. Life expectancy at birth for an Australian born in 1934 was about 60. A person with dementia aged 87 has an average of two years left to live.

                    The institute shies away from the increased risks posed by obesity. One would expect public health officials to be more explicit about the BMI profile of Covid-19 patients, since losing weight and giving up smoking are the most important lifestyle choices one can make to reduce the risk of ending up on a ventilator in an intensive care ward. A frequently cited French study found 48 per cent of Covid-19 patients on ventilators were obese and 28 per cent were morbidly obese. In other words, fewer than one in four had a body mass index of less than 30.

                    Yes, thin people too have died from Covid-19 and a not inconsiderable proportion of those currently in ICUs are aged under 60. Yet good public policy is driven by data, not anecdotes. Unless we are clear about who is at risk and how large the risk is, getting the settings right is guesswork and, since health officials are in charge, they will err on the side of caution.

                    The glaring exception to the rule of overcautiousness is the management of outbreaks in nursing homes. Some 75 per cent of those who died from Covid-19 in 2020 were residents of nursing homes, overwhelmingly in Victoria. All but a handful of them died in the first wave of the virus when a decision was made to treat them inside the aged-care facility rather than isolate them in hospitals. Nursing home operators pleaded for a change of policy, but the bureaucrats were intransigent.

                    As a result, the virus spread quickly between residents and treatment was far less effective than it should have been. The result was a tragedy: the deaths of 687 people who may be alive had the policy been different.

                    Mercifully, that policy has since been changed. Since January there have been 70 outbreaks in nursing homes but just 19 residents have lost their lives from Covid-19, 2 per cent of total deaths.

                    When the story of this pandemic is finally told, the bungled management of cases in institutional care will be seen as the biggest scandal, not the behaviour of healthy people sitting or exercising in the sun at the weekend, portrayed in the media as public enemy number one.

                    The decision to vaccinate the elderly in nursing homes first has undoubtedly saved lives. Yet the risk to the elderly had been considerably reduced by the change of policy before the arrival of the vaccine.

                    Facts are the antidote to fear, and the AIHW report should give us great confidence that the risks of serious illness or death from Covid-19 are low, even in the face of rising case numbers. With the vaccination threshold now in sight, the biggest obstacle to a normal life is not the vaccine supply, but those in a position of authority who remain parsimonious with the truth.

                    Nick Cater is executive director of the Menzies Research Centre.
                    Time and tide . .

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                      • Originally posted by pk View Post
                        slowly but surely . . .

                        Until the state opposition actually threatened to do something vaguely useful (for a remarkable change), and Gladys fronted up again.

                        My town was flagged as a big risk from sewerage testing despite no confirmed cases … and we were told this in the last scheduled press conference… This has gone down “not well” among the locals.



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                        • Originally posted by pk View Post
                          slowly but surely . . .
                          And the star of todays NSW media gabfest - Gladys Berejiklian.

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                          • Originally posted by 380EXCQLD View Post
                            Very clever!
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                            • Originally posted by Spac View Post

                              Until the state opposition actually threatened to do something vaguely useful (for a remarkable change), and Gladys fronted up again.

                              My town was flagged as a big risk from sewerage testing despite no confirmed cases … and we were told this in the last scheduled press conference… This has gone down “not well” among the locals.


                              - why would the locals be upset ?

                              Perhaps transport/freight passing through, drug runners etc . . ?

                              Are the locals 'anti vax' ? (j/k)



                              Time and tide . .

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                              • Originally posted by pk View Post

                                - why would the locals be upset ?

                                Perhaps transport/freight passing through, drug runners etc . . ?

                                Are the locals 'anti vax' ? (j/k)


                                They're now convinced the unvaxxed are hiding in the sewers... send in the riot cops!

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