Victorians celebrate their first weekend of freedom by showing their medical history to enter businesses

Victorians have celebrated their first weekend of freedom by showing people a copy of their medical history to participate in society.

Dubbed a ’21st digital version’ of Soviet Russia’s internal pasport system, Victorians the state over were celebrating showing their papers just to access basic services.

Elderly survivor of the Bolshevik regime Petr Terdovsky, now living in Melbourne, said it brought back cherished memories of Stalin’s regime.

“This brings back fond memories of my time being sent to the Gulag for ten years for not showing my papers to go to the grocery store,” Terdovsky said.

“It’s great to see Australians embrace the spirit of Bolshevism that eventually cost 20 million lives.”

Premier Daniel Andrews congratulated Victorians and vowed to commence boosters as soon as possible.

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Australia’s Role in Developing Triple-TherapyIronically, the fact that Ivermectin — an anti-parasitic medication — showed anti-viral properties, was discovered in Melbourne and was further pioneered by Australia’s own world-renowned gastroenterologist Professor Thomas Borody. Borody repurposed Ivermectin into a triple therapy alongside zinc and doxycycline, producing a powerful anti-COVID treatment. He first brought this discovery to light 17 months ago, and, fortunately, it was recognised and used in India to save millions of lives.
In contrast (and as an indictment on our own medical profession and governments), Australia did not rally around him when he first announced his discovery. Being the world’s foremost expert on triple therapy, he should have been given so much more respect and credit. Instead, Australia has heeded health bureaucrats with vested interests, other regular commentators, and mainstream epidemiologists whose modelling have been consistently and wildly off the mark.
And, for the final insult, we now have self-interested politicians and governments interfering in the sacrosanct doctor-patient relationship telling doctors how we should and shouldn’t practice medicine!
Without question, Australia has had the most enviable of living standards, and a well-respected health system. We could realistically have been a Western version of Uttar Pradesh and been lauded as a shining global example of how to manage Covid.
Alas, that chance has been devastated; we have done the complete opposite.
Our zealous and draconian policies are destroying our wonderful country. Now, we are famous for having the longest lockdown in the world, the most draconian restrictions and the greatest police brutality.
What would it cost to replicate the successes of Uttar Pradesh in Australia?
Financially, very little. Politically, the cost would be huge.

No wonder Dan is going crazy.