Friends Of Australia Friday: 6 August 2021

It’s once again an Australia Time Friday! It’s FRIDAY!!!!

The Tucker

Tonight I made whopping big 1/2 pound lamb hamburgers with a slice of Mozzarella cheese melted on top. I used the purple and yellow fingerling potatoes, deep fried, as both small potato chips (use a vegetable peeler to get the thin slices if you don’t have a mandolin) and as fried “country fries” (so round and about 1/4 inch thick slices). The oil used was beef tallow with 10% coconut oil in it.

I cooked up a parsnip too (peel, chunk about 1/2 to 1/4 inch thick, boil uncovered about 15 to 20 minutes) but most of that ended up in the fridge as “leftovers”. Seems a 1/2 pound cheese burger and lots of fries turns out to be a lot of food ;-0

The Wine

I had the Little Penguin Pinot Grigio tonight. A nice light wine that seemed to go very well with a “burger dinner”. Still working on a glass ;-)

In Other News

It looks like Delta Chinese Wuhan Covid is able to escape from the modest defenses of masks, isolation, and locked (mostly) borders. It looks to me like it has escaped into “Community Spread” and Australia is about to join the rest of the world in the pandemic spike, but a year later. Either that or it will become a penal colony for a few years… /snark; … as everyone goes into lockup, er, lockdown.

Victorian authorities label NSW outbreak a ‘catastrophe’ as state grapples with getting on top of latest outbreak
Victorian authorities say lockdowns will be inevitable while neighbouring state NSW battles a ‘catastrophic’ outbreak.

Rhiannon Tuffield
NCA NewsWire
AUGUST 6, 20211:06PM

Victorian health Minister Martin Foley has labelled the NSW Covid outbreak a “catastrophe”, saying Victoria would need a tough approach while high numbers continued to plague the neighbouring state.

NSW recorded a concerning 291 locally acquired Covid cases on Friday
, and Victoria is now dealing with the fallout of the virus “seeding” across the border.

In response to questions about Victoria being forced into multiple lockdowns as a result of the crisis in NSW, Mr Foley said restrictions would continue to play a huge part in controlling outbreaks.

“Nobody likes lockdowns, but as we have now established – they work,” Mr Foley said.

“At the moment we’re simply focused on getting ahead of this particular outbreak and avoiding the kind of catastrophe that Sydney and NSW are enduring at the moment.”

Reiterating comments from Premier Daniel Andrews a day earlier, Mr Foley said lockdowns were still being driven by the low vaccination rates in Australia.

“(Lockdowns) are one of our major tools in our public health response,” he said.

“Until such time as we have the levels of 70 per cent and 80 per cent vaccinations,
they’ll continue to be a part of that tool kit. And we can’t rule out their future use.”

Um, since those vaccinated can and do become “superspreaders” of the India derived Delta Variant, how will vaccinating prevent the spread again? Hmmm?

Sydney Covid-19 cases ‘increasing the most’ in Canterbury-Bankstown local government area
Health officials have revealed the Sydney area where Covid-19 cases are ‘increasing the most’ and warned extra police will be patrolling those suburbs.

Anthony Piovesan
NCA NewsWire
AUGUST 6, 20211:18PM

Coronavirus cases are “increasing the most” in the Canterbury-Bankstown local government area in Sydney’s southwest, health officials have warned.

It comes as NSW recorded 291 new local infections on Friday – the state’s worst day of the outbreak so far.

Premier Gladys Berejiklian urged residents in the Canterbury-Bankstown area to stay at home unless it was essential to go out.

“All the suburbs in the Canterbury-Bankstown area really need to be on extra alert,” she said.

“There will be more police on the ground, we are seeing too many people frequent certain shopping areas and perhaps not doing the right thing.

“So police will be more present in the Canterbury-Bankstown local area to ensure compliance and we have to make sure that happens, because we don‘t want to see these case numbers continue to grow into the next few weeks.”

Chief health officer Dr Kerry Chant echoed the Premier’s calls for residents in areas where cases were spreading rapidly to be extra cautious.

“What we are seeing is some flattening of the curve in Fairfield and some of our other local government areas, but we are seeing escalating cases in Campsie, Bankstown, Lakemba, Punchbowl, Wiley Park, Yagoona, Greenacre, Earlwood, Bass Hill and Chester Hill.

“So it is important for anyone going into that area or essential work, working in that area, living in that area, to be very, very vigilant.”

Dr Chant said most transmission was happening around shopping precincts.

“I’ve urged everyone, do not enter shops when there are other people in the shop, wait outside,” she said.

“Keep your social distance, wear your mask correctly at all times and stay safe.”

There are 304 cases in hospital with 50 in intensive care and 22 on a ventilator.

How is being “vigilant” and standing in a group outside the store going to stop a virus? We already know what happens once you have “Community spread”. Folks don’t know they have it, it gets shared with “family and friends” and THEN they get treatment while a dozen new cases develop and spread.

It will be interesting to watch as Australia discovers that a border that is open even a little bit, will let the virus enter the population. Welcome to the club, guys.

I note in passing that there is NO mention of treatment with Hydroxychloroquine, zinc, Quercetin, Ivermectin and what all.

Best of luck to the folks Down Under. Take a look at the published prophylaxis methods of the FLCCC and Dr. Zelenko.

Prevention for high risk individuals
0.2 mg/kg per dose (take with or after meals) — one dose
today, repeat after 48 hours, then one dose weekly*

Post COVID-19 exposure prevention
0.2 mg/kg per dose (take with or after meals)  — one dose
today, repeat after 48 hours*
Vitamin D3 1,000–3,000 IU/day
Vitamin C 500–1,000 mg twice a day
Quercetin 250 mg/day
Zinc 30–40 mg/day
Melatonin 6 mg before bedtime (causes drowsiness)

Protocol for Low and Moderate Risk Patients:
Elemental Zinc 25mg 1 time a day Vitamin D3 5000iu 1 time a day Vitamin C 1000mg 1 time a day Quercetin 500mg 1 time a day until a safe and efficacious vaccine becomes available If Quercetin is unavailable, then use Epigallocatechin-gallate (EGCG) 400mg 1 time a day

Protocol for High Risk Patients:
Elemental Zinc 25mg once a day Vitamin D3 5000iu 1 time a day Hydroxychloroquine (HCQ) 200mg 1 time a day for 5 days, then 1 time a week until a safe and efficacious vaccine becomes available If HCQ is unavailable, then use the Protocol for Low and Moderate Risk Patients.

Be well…

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32 Responses to Friends Of Australia Friday: 6 August 2021

  1. John Hultquist says:

    Vitamin D3 1,000–3,000 IU/day, or Vitamin D3 5000iu

    Situations differ, I suppose. I take about 4,400 iu per day.
    ’cause the Vitamin & Mineral pill has the 400 and other stuff

    Our area seems to be open, except for official places requiring masks.
    Maybe 10% of people on the street or in grocery stores have masks.
    Mostly we just give each other space.
    One report has fewer than half the County’s population vaccinated. WA State is at ~70%.
    I think the County numbers are rubbish. When early shots were available elsewhere, folks went out-of-county. Also, the 2 big sites for shots have closed. Grocery pharmacies now have shots. Seems there are few or no more takers.
    I’ll guess that of those that want shots about 97% have done so, or have had a natural virus.
    Many people in our county think the Governor is an idiot so the more he jumps up and down and shouts, the less attention is paid to him. Seems we either have gotten shots, or don’t intend to.
    Moving on.
    _ _ _ _ _
    Wines: I get mine locally for helping prune and bottle. A favorite is Roussanne. The grape is from the Rhone Valley but now grown in many places, including OZ. We will bottle Rosé of Syrah next Thursday — also a favorite.

  2. E.M.Smith says:

    @John H.:

    Folks have widely different needs for and production of natural Vit-D. A fair skinned person in good sun can make about 20,000 IU in a modest exposure (i.e. no sunburn). So max to have some toxicity is pretty high. A black person in full sun in Africa with mostly bare skin does not overdose.

    Lots of folks are Vit-D deficient and it can take a while to “fill up the fat” where it gets stored. So a big person with a lot of body fat and very deficient can stay deficient for a good while when taking just barely “enough” of a supplement as most of it goes into the (empty of D) body fat to start.

    I’ve seen suggestions of giving a HUGE Bolus of D3 to obese folks with Covid exposure to get them past that issue. Other folks do something like 10,000 IU a day until their titre shows normal range.

    What we’ve done is pretty simple: Sit in the sun for about 20 minutes during sunny days (most days) plus I work in the yard at times. I’ve also been running the Pile-Of-Bricks BBQ in the sun. So I’m unlikely to need any supplements at this time. In winter, both the Spouse and Son have symptoms of low Vit-D. (S.A.D. among them). So both have and know how to use a “Lizard Lamp” that puts out UV. (I was the ‘test dummy’ to determine when you start to get mild sunburn, then backed the timing off to about 1/2 that.)

    So during warm sunny weather, I don’t bother with Vit-D pills, but the spouse does them year round.

    I’m not really surprised they have so much range. Remember that the FLCCC folks are speaking to other Medical Professionals (so likely in tune with things like testing et. al. and likely in good health and good dietary status) who are exposed to patients but using PPE; while Dr. Zalenko is dealing with patients and their families where the person is sick and the consequences of too little Vit-D can be devastating. Also he is in the Shade Canyons Of NYC, so natural sun Vit-D will be near zero… and his patient cohort is likely very deficient at presentation.

    So yeah, it varies.

  3. H.R. says:

    @E.M. – I scored a pound and a half of USDA PRIME filet mignon. Two big thick filets slapped o the grill. The whole shebang was $14 bucks.

    YUM! It was a no-carb dinner. Filet and…. well, that was it.

  4. cdquarles says:

    When I was tested after a bout of kidney stones, a bolus then daily supplementation to the diet was the recommendation. I hate the BMI. It is poor as a means of determining body fat percentage. Weight divided by height squared. Muscle mass? Bone mass? Those mean nothing. A body builder with 4% body fat may be >30 BMI. That all said, I am on the chubby side. Mom did not like my sickly childhood, so made me put on some weight. I am roughly the same weight now that I was as a teen. Steroids blew me up and still will blow me up if I have to do any course of more than a few days of prednisone. Vertebral fractures after a wreck limit mobility some. Shedding the steroid bloat took a lot of work.

  5. The True Nolan says:

    @EM: “So both have and know how to use a “Lizard Lamp” that puts out UV.”

    Yup. Got one next to my desktop computer. I don’t use it a lot, but if I have gone a few days without much sunshine, I put on my dark glasses, turn it on, pull up a nice piece of music, and close my eyes.

    (Some music? Here’s a nice piece to start with…)

    and my all time favorite which I have posted before…

  6. The True Nolan says:

    Just a side comment. I posted those links as plain text thinking they would not take up too much space and diminish the flow of conversation — but the links opened anyway. Guess I will have to post a broken link to get WordPress to ignore it!

  7. John Hultquist says:

    ” — but the links opened anyway. ”
    That has happened to me a few times — but can be prevented.
    Just adds time to reading, commenting, and moving on.
    I got banned from Tim Blair’s blog for not doing the right thing.

  8. pinroot says:

    I had some yummy lamb chops for lunch today. No wine tho, they frown on that sort of thing at work. The wife finds them from time to time, and we both like them. She doesn’t do anything fancy, just seasons them and hits the cast iron skillet long enough to get a good sear, then in the oven till medium rare.

    Vit D: I was taking 5000 IU, and had blood work about a month ago. My numbers were still low, so I’ve bumped it up to 10,000 IU. I don’t know if it was low because of the ‘fill up the fat’ issue EM mentioned, or my love of beer, or a combination of both, but if 10,000 IU isn’t enough, then I don’t know what to do :)

    Youtube links: Maybe it’s just me, but I like the links showing up like they do. I can see what the video is about and decide from that whether or not I want to check it out. Of course, YMMV, and ultimately, it depends on what our host prefers.

  9. Steve C says:

    @TTN – “I posted those links as plain text” …

    Did you leave the ” h t t p s : / / ” on the front? At least sometimes, deleting that stops links from working “normally”.

  10. The True Nolan says:

    @Steve C: “Did you leave the ” h t t p s : / / ” on the front? At least sometimes, deleting that stops links from working “normally”.”

    Indeed, yes I did. I will try to remember to take those off in the future. Thanks for the tip.

    By the way, just speaking of Vitamin D — I found some years back while experimenting with Vitamin D, that if I took a BIG dose (20K or 30K IU) just before bed, I had more vivid dreams.

  11. philjourdan says:

    They make 5000 iu Vitamin d3. Found some in the vitamin section

  12. E.M.Smith says:

    @Per URL being active:

    WordPress seems to have recently screwed around with this. PDF files, for example, sometimes show as a link, sometimes try to open as a document, and sometimes just give a blank and seem to have disappeared. (The disappeared seem to be big files that likley blow stack on some Java thing or similar that’s trying to open them). (I get to fix a few of these “disappeared” per week as the URL is still in the comment, just not displaying, so I wrap it in html…)

    There are two easy ways to stop this (most of the time… maybe…) First, just put a space between things in the html : // series. Folks will need to edit out the spaces to make it live again.

    The other is to wrap the URL in HTML so as to declare it a link.

    <a href=”http://etc_your-link” target=”_blank”>the_same-link_or_description<\a>

    Or just ignore it. The storage space on the site is the same as it is stored as a link. Only upon display do you take a hit on your workstation to fetch and display the images. Your browser memory and your network get the workload. So I don’t really care one way or the other.

    Oh, and I think I’ve noticed that lines starting away from the left edge or touching other text to not activate. So try:


    And it ought to be a working link, but not be activated with an image. Or not. Needs testing…


    Just tested that on the TTN comment above. It works. I’ve left one as link: and the other as original so you can see both.

  13. E.M.Smith says:


    I’m not surprised you only had the filet… after all, 2 of them! ;-)

  14. John Hultquist says:

    Covid news today: via Fox news; a Cholesterol drug
    A team of researchers from the U.K. and Italy published findings in the Frontiers in Pharmacology journal Friday, finding that fenofibrate and fenofibric acid resulted in a significant reduction in coronavirus infection in human cells when the drug was used in safe and approved concentrations, according to a news release posted Friday.

  15. Pinroot says:

    Lol, just found this from the daily beast, a liberal site, bashing ivermectin:

    It had to be read to be believed, such BS.

  16. The True Nolan says:

    @Pinroot: I just read that Daily Beast article. BS is the mildest way to describe it! Good example of old school lying and Russell Conjugation:

    To paraphrase much of their article:
    Doctors won’t write prescriptions for Ivermectin because it is not safe.
    We know it is not safe because some people get sick when they take the wrong dose.
    People get the wrong dose because they are self prescribing from non-approved sources.
    People are self prescribing because Doctors won’t prescribe.
    Doctors won’t write prescriptions because it is not safe; look at all those sick people!

    Many of these same people would gladly support any government plan to supply needles, drugs, and places to shoot up if someone wants to use heroin — but IVERMECTIN?! VERBOTEN!

  17. another ian says:

    Notice that with all the known “bads” of alcohol and tobacco they’re still readily available?

    Maybe we need to suffer a “morality tax” on HCQ and IVM?

  18. beththeserf says:

    The Philip Glass music is great,TTN.
    I didn’t have lamb this Friday, E.M. Had left-over curried chicken from the previous night, washed down with Famous Grouse. I need it. Here’s Rubin Report on Oz Orwellian lockdown.

  19. E.M.Smith says:


    It doesn’t matter so much what you had, so much as supporting Australia as China tries to buy it all. I just chose lamb as I really like it, it is clearly labeled Australian, and it is available…

    So did you drop the link on Rubin Report, or do I need to wrap it in html? ;-)


    “Russel Conjugation” eh? Now I have a name for it!

    I always called it “Irregular conjugations” or “Another Irregular Verb”:

    I eat well, you stuff your self, he’s a fat bastard.

    I’m certain, you are stubborn, he’s obstinate.

    I rephrase, you circumlocute, he lies.

    I enjoy a drop, you drink, he’s a drunkard.


    @John H.:

    Another one to add to the list…


    For whatever it is worth, I am, now, a “Poster Child” for Ivermectin. I started it early in the pandemic as I had a small bit left over from curing my Rabbits of E. Cuniculi. Supposedly not possible, but I did it after a LOT of digging in a hurry. Then ordered another 250 ml via Amazon. Then got 250 ml from Tractor Supply as it was working a champ. At 10 ml / dose, that’s 50 doses+ or about a year worth. Then went “All In” a month or 2 back and got 2.5 L (or probably a lifetime supply… 250 weeks of treatments. 500 if I cut back to the FLCCC level of dosing).

    I’ve also been in the middle of a Big Hot Spot and one of the first places to have a lockdown. Driven across the country, edge to edge, 3 times (flew back once…) while there were nearly NO masks from edge of town to the East Coast and back. (Mingled with about 100k to 1/2 million of my closest strangers not wearing masks, estimates vary…) and NOTHING BAD HAPPENED.

    I’ve had “snivels” show up 3 or 4 times in the early days when I was only doing it “after symptoms” (that promptly left the next day after treatment) but now (as I’m working in a dentist office some times) I’m doing prophylactic 1/week treatment and have had NOTHING bad.

    I’ve had dinners in sit down restaurants with table service and no masks in Arizona, Texas, somewhere east of Texas I’m not sure where, and Florida (including 3 nights out at bars with crowds of folks living the good life, not social distancing, no masks, and a lot of loud singing and stuff…). Oh, and Wyoming, Nebraska, and Chicago to Indiana somewhere too.

    I think that’s a pretty good test of Ivermectin. Only way it could get more complete is if she would have kissed me, but the tip wasn’t big enough for that or the waitress had a thing for the cook… (It couldn’t possibly be that some old grey hair guy isn’t attractive….;-)

    Either I have an immune system Of The Gods, or more likely, Ivermectin just works.


    “They make fun of you, then…” ;-)

  20. E.M.Smith says:


    OMG!!!! an 80 Year Old Guy DIED!!! PANIC!!! Shut down the city. NOBODY go to work!!! It’s the end of life as we know it!!! /sarc;

    Really? That’s just Amazing….

  21. beththeserf says:

    E.M. This comment today on Jo Nova…
    Tides of Mudgee
    August 7, 2021 at 12:16 pm · Reply
    Here we go!

    With no public consultation, the NSW minister for digital information, Victor Dominello has announced his plan for the introduction of Vaccine Passports.

    For the first time ever, adults will have to reveal their private health information to strangers just to go shopping for food and live a normal life (cafes, restaurants, cinemas, sporting events, travelling around, children going to school).

    People without a Vaccine Passport will also lose their jobs in many workplaces.
    The privacy and freedom implications of this are huge.

    There are constantly privacy breaches in the database Minister Dominello runs at Service NSW. Now he wants to police society’s movements and access to basic services and employment through the Service NSW App.

    This goes well beyond QR codes, right to your private health information.

    This is to force everyone to be Covid vaccinated, even though many people:

    are waiting for clearer evidence about the safety of these vaccines, especially given that AstraZeneca has led to 6 Australians dying, with a further 90 blood clot episodes and over 28,000 reports of adverse reactions (official Commonwealth TGA data);

    do not want the vaccines pushed upon their children;

    have conscientious objections to vaccines on religious and other grounds; and

    do not support the government holding and controlling so much private information about our lives.

    The NSW Government plan is something you would expect in China or North Korea, not Australia. Just yesterday Premier Berejiklian said the Vaccine Passport was not on their agenda at the moment. The Government cannot even be honest about its intentions.

    It has not even consulted its own MPs about this dictatorial announcement.

  22. another ian says:

    Some added information towards identifying this as a total fustercluck (IMO)

    “CDC Director Makes Case Vaccination Passports are Futile, Vaccines Do Not Prevent COVID Infection or Delta Variant Transmission
    August 6, 2021 | Sundance | 287 Comments”

  23. John Hultquist says:

    The USA Democrats are having a hard time with the “vaccine passport” thing.
    It is either necessary or a throw-back to slavery freedom papers. Meanwhile they can’t accept the suggestion that a person ought to identify themselves to vote.

  24. E.M.Smith says:

    OMG! John H! You’ve Nailed It!!! Require a Vaccine Passport to Vote! That will kill it instantly!!!

  25. andysaurus says:

    Thanks for your continued support E.M. I am in Queensland, in one of the local authorities that has been locked down. As a functional hermit, it doesn’t really affect me much. I have a room full of red wine kept at a constant temperature by electricity subsidised by the poor (solar). I can shop once every two weeks. I’m allowed to walk my blue heeler, Dusty. I don’t even need a mask to do that.

    However, that’s me. I can feel a growing unrest. This is the country of the Eureka stockade. Slow to anger, but when we do…

    I have a brother in Kuala Lumpur. They are pretty draconian there too, but at least they can buy Ivermectin over the counter.

  26. The True Nolan says:

    @EM: “OMG!!!! an 80 Year Old Guy DIED!!! PANIC!!! Shut down the city. NOBODY go to work!!! It’s the end of life as we know it!!! /sarc;”

    Maybe seven (?) years ago I was driving on my way to work and had NPR on the radio. They had a breathless announcer report that “A 76 year old man in Whatever Province of China has died from suspected Avian Flu. Authorities fear this could be a recurrence of the flu which, blah blah blah…”

    It was obvious that the report was designed to whip up some sort of “Oh, my God! What if the flu comes HERE and kills us all!” response in anyone who heard it. (And yes, there was all the emotively charged descriptors which good propagandists know how to use.) But then my rational part kicked in and I thought — “I am sitting in my car in a traffic jam in Florida, and I am being pushed to be afraid because one elderly man in China (almost literally on the other side of the globe) has passed away from what is MAYBE a virus which MIGHT become common and then COULD PERHAPS spread to the US and MIGHT infect people, of which I or my family MIGHT be included, and MAYBE be seriously sick or die. And to top it off, a 76 year old man in China is right at the end of his shelf life anyway.

    There are times when (if we are paying attention) we have little epiphanies which allow us to see how we are led by the nose to become serfs.

  27. The True Nolan says:

    One more small addendum which occurs to me now. Looking back, the time period of ten or twelve years ago (more or less) seems to me to be when we started hearing more and more negative reports about “anti-vaxxers”, that is, skeptics concerned that perhaps autism and other childhood illnesses were impacted by an aggressive vaccination schedule. There seemed to me at the time (and since as well) to be a rather concerted and coordinated campaign to unjustifiably vilify anyone questioning whether vaccinations needed to be more closely examined before pushing them for relatively uncommon illnesses and onto increasingly younger and younger children. (For example the Texas mandate that 6th grade school children receive a vaccine for a sexually transmitted virus.)

    Perhaps I am being paranoid… but were we already being conditioned to see any “anti-vaxx” proponents as unreasonable cranks? Does the current COVID “vaccination” scam go back that far? We have assuredly (and without ANY apparent medical reasoning or logic) seen all alternatives to vaccination absolutely denigrated, publicly trashed, and even legally restricted — so we know that there is some reason for the vaccines which is antithetical to actual saving of human lives.

    Am I being too paranoid? Is there some reason to believe that this HAS NOT been planned for some years? (And it is nice to think out loud in a venue which responds with reasoning instead of ad homs.)

  28. E.M.Smith says:


    Not paranoid at all. Bill Gates has been funding sterilizing vaccination R&D for a while … (and reportedly “trials” without consent in places like Nicaragua … and they had a dip in births after that was asserted… Supposedly it was a “Maternal Tetanus Vaccine”, but tetanus only takes one shot and this one required two, spaced out. Also it was not offered to men… I suppose you can prevent Maternal Tetanus via preventing the Maternal part… so not fully a lie. ).

    I don’t know how many years exactly, but it takes several to reach the point of trials and that was several years ago. Then Kissinger has a quote floating around where he talks up forced vaccinations as ~”once they accept forced vaccinations, then they will accept anything, including organ harvesting, ” etc. etc. and population control measures. Kissinger has been out of the limelight for a few decades now… so an old quote.

    So clearly “The Powers That Be” have had the idea of a “no consent sterilizing vaccine” in the talking points and early trials status for many years. They have also had a goal, stated publicly by many of them, to reduce the global population by about 7/8… Now given that ideation, and the actions to attempt to implement the sterilizing vaccination, and their public endorsement of such schemes: It is actually quite reasonable to think they are up to something and anything they say about vaccines is a lie.

    What would be nutty is to trust them.

  29. Steve C says:

    @TTN – I don’t think you’re being too paranoid at all. There are far too many things about this so-called “pandemic” that just don’t add up to any kind of rational story that this is anything but an evil globalist plan.

    You mention yourself the suppression of alternatives to the “vaccine” – consider too the way in which all countries are being railroaded in lockstep into the same, obviously crazy, plan of action. Look at how a few countries’ leaders – Haiti, Burundi, Tunisia and a few others – declared that they wanted nothing to do with this insanity and, somehow, all conveniently managed to die and be replaced with globalist functionaries who have forced those countries into line. Come to that, how Kary Mullis himself, having declared the PCR test he invented not to be suitable as a diagnostic tool, also conveniently died before he could do too much damage to the Event 201 project. (And when someone “inconvenient” dies of a heart attack, remember that the CIA went on US national TV in the 70s to talk about their new weapon which could induce heart attacks.)

    There are just too many pointers to there being a dark cabal of thoroughly evil creatures which holds virtually all power on earth. If you doubt that, take a look at the recent opening of the Gotthard Base tunnel. A huge international civil engineering project, drilling a tunnel through the Alps, yet someone felt that it was appropriate to celebrate its opening with what can only be described as a Satanic display, with tiny figures representing the humans who had built the thing, and who would use it, paying homage to a giant, capering Bahomet figure. The sickness of the minds in charge, openly on display.

    As for anti-vaxers being demonised, all protest has been demonised for decades. Remember that the phrase “conspiracy theorist” was created back in the sixties as a label with which to dismiss people who did not accept the governmental story about the death of JFK, but preferred to gather evidence and analyse it for themselves. Only a few years later, we saw professors and their students – then, mainly neatly dressed, conventional young men who people might take seriously – protesting about the Vietnam war … then, oh, dear, along came the “hippie movement”, and suddenly all protests were tarred with the brush of being mostly just a load of scruffy drug takers, and suddenly “normal” people didn’t want to join that sort of gang.

    To make sure that future generations were kept down, popular music was created as a means to start the brainwashing which is so in evidence today. Read Dave McGowan’s “Inside the LC: the Strange but Mostly True Story of Laurel Canyon and the Birth of the Hippie Generation”, and you will discover that just about every rock musician from that era was the offspring of military parents … you mean, it just happens that having military parentage makes you a great musician? Or might it just be that those in power were fixing it so that rock music spread the “right” message about turning on, tuning in and dropping out – oops, another contemporary phrase invented by one of them.

    No, it’s all part of the same vile story of the tearing down of the civilisation which had produced too many intelligent people who would question the activities of those who held the power and were d@mned well going to keep it. There is an awful lot of evidence, albeit most of it only to be found on “tinfoil hat” sites – after all, the cabal weren’t going to put it in their newspapers, were they? Tune that paranoia as high as you can, and never forget the age-old joke: “How can you tell when a politician is lying?” – “His lips are moving.” The Evil Bastards have been running the show from behind those politicians for centuries. The “Great Reset” is their plan for ultimate victory over the rest of us. You can see why they don’t want us organising and holding them to account.

    And yes, Australia produces damn good food and wine. (Just to get the post back on topic … ;-)

  30. Steve C says:

    @E.M. – I see we overlapped. Could you correct “centuries? Thanks.

    [Reply: Done. -E.M.S.]

  31. another ian says:

    @The True Nolan says:
    7 August 2021 at 7:12 pm

    Try rewriting that statement with “not” or equivalent inserted as needed – scary ain’t it? (/s)

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