Indigenous issues instantly solved as public servant acknowledges Aboriginal land in email signature block

EZFKA’s multi-generational indigenous issues have been solved overnight, as an Australian public servant has acknowledged that she is on indigenous land in her email signature block.

Department of Health employee Jane Goldberg, changed her email signature block to recognise that ‘we are on stolen land.’ Alcoholism, domestic violence, poverty, sex abuse and high crime vanished from remote communities overnight simultaneously in what has been described as a modern-day miracle.

“It was amazing. As soon as I acknowledged that I was on Wurundjeri land in Melbourne, everything changed in the NT, Qld and WA,” Steinberg said.

“It wasn’t just a self-righteous, virtue signalling wank with no real world commitment, to gain approval from people who don’t care anyway. We have some real progress here from many people who can’t even read what is in my signature block anyway.”

Goldberg is intending to lobby the Public Service Commission to make ‘Welcome to Country’ ceremonies mandatory before the work day commences.

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Derek Ramsbottom

You’re on fire MS. I see this all over twitter – “I’m on Warumpi Land”. ( Hey Hector! pass the Mickey Williams cuz)

Agent 47

The other one is putting footy tragic in your Twitter bio to show how working class you are.

Cringe central.

Stewie

I’m waiting for the day I have to read a prepared speech that starts with the usual indigenous groveling of:

I begin today by acknowledging the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we gather here today, and pay our respects to their Elders past and present

only to add my own addendum of ‘thanks’ with:

I would also like to thank my ancestors, Colonial Australians who not only founded our nation and carved all our farms, towns and mines out of the dust and dirt, but opened our doors to make it the welcoming nation for immigrants from all over the world.

It would cause heads to explode in just about every newsroom in Australia, because to progressive dills controlling our narrative, Legacy Australians cannot receive any acknowledgement for contributing to the nation we have to day, other than negative connotations arising from the hard work of nation building.

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A fly in your ointment

Ignorance is bliss…

Stewie

You must have a very blissful existence.

DictatorDavid

All the managers at my work are now including their pronouns in their email signature. Is this the new “in” thing to do across different sectors?

When I first heard about it I said something along the lines of “What a virtue signaling wankfest” yet the brainwashed just look at me all doe eyed… Here’s hoping China or Russia invade soon.

robert2013

Hardly anyone will stick their hands up to defend this non-society unless the alternative appears to be much worse. If we were treated like HK would it really make much difference?

Ramjet

The difference between authoritarian regimes such as China and our society is narrowing. Probably the only difference is that we have tech companies being authoritarian.

Weibo removes post, but so does FB, Google etc.
Chinese government has access to citizens data, metadata in Australia anyone?
China cracks down on dissent, look at Trudeau and Canadian truckers

I lived in China for a couple of years and it wasn’t that bad. You were pretty free to do as you pleased as long as it didn’t criticise the government. As a white guy, people wanted to chat to see what you thought about China.

Probably the biggest negatives about living in China was the pollution, number of people and food quality. Australia seems to want to cram its cities with people, so becoming no difference. As for food quality, you could easily buy foreign food in China, Tim Tams, American breakfast cereal, it was there, but it wasn’t cheap. Pollution levels could be insane there at times.

DictatorDavid

When did you live there though? In the past 5 years they’ve really ramped up the authoritarianism. You just have to look at expats on YT who fled back home because it was dialed up a notch i.e. Laowhy and serpentanza.

That said I think there’s a lot of parallels between China and Australia that many Aussies don’t realise. Made all the more worse by covid. Call me crazy or a conspiracy theorist but I don’t think Australia’s current trajectory has us becoming any less authoritarian.

Aussie Soy Boy

Serpentanza’s goal like any journalist or infotainment personality is to generate clicks and content. I’ll take a lot of what he says with a grain of salt until proven otherwise.

There’s likely millions of white foreigners in China right now, I’m guessing virtually none of them are chased around by secret police or whatever he claims.

In much of Asia there’s little political freedom, little free speech, countries run by authoritarian dictators or militaries, stupid visa red tape, but on a day to day individual level if you mind your business you are basically left alone and have a lifestyle with much more ‘freedom’ than Australia.

DictatorDavid

China released the results of the seventh national census on 11th May 2021. The census showed that 845,697 foreigners are living in China. “

I’d say even less now.

Yes serpentza makes a lot of click bait content. It’s how he makes a living. But imo I doubt he blew up his life in a country where his wife was a Doctor and he seemed to be doing ok for a decade, just so he could make clickbait anti-china videos.

You don’t see many of the remaining foreigners making vlogs in China these days…

Ramjet

I came home 8 years ago and yes it has changed. I have seen the laowhy and serpentza YT channels. Yes, there is authoritarianism and it is increasing, but as Aussie Soy Boy says he is generating clicks. Some of their stuff is good, but others is cringeworthy.

You are spot on that we are more authoritarian here now. You are not a crazy to think our trajectory is in the wrong direction. I personally believe that Western nations are going down the path of Singaporean democracy where it only exists by name and not by actions.

DictatorDavid

 I personally believe that Western nations are going down the path of Singaporean democracy where it only exists by name and not by actions.”

Spot on. Trudeau proving the point just this week

Gouda

Singapore is basically an authoritarianism state. The difference compared to western nations is that a big majority of the population love the government and the Lee family, which has its roots in the original separation from Malaysia in 1965. It also helps that the government is perceived to be trying to help their citizens, as opposed to our lot of rorters and grifters and even their historical worst results would be considered landslides elsewhere.

With all its natural resources, Malaysia should be an economic powerhouse and if it was run in the way Singapore is being close to a true meritocracy it would be. However, Malaysia has a tonne of corruption with public policy highly favouring their majority indigenous Malay population above all else. When you get given all the perks one becomes lazy, so for decades their best and brightest of their Chinese and India populations who aren’t handed anything on a silver platter tended to leave.

Australia is one country that definitely has been the beneficiary of this – in the 70s a bunch of Malaysian doctors, dentists and nurses migrated and ended up working in rural and remote Australia. Being a former British colony, those kinds of qualifications were mutually recognised and this is the sort of skilled migration that is actually beneficial as opposed to the horde of university students/hospitality slave labour that is somehow considered “skilled” these days.

At least for young Singaporeans there’s a protected pathway to home ownership through their HBD system, which also preference married couples. The scheme is similar to our super system, except the contributions are 20% and are also matched by the government. After purchasing a property they continue to save in this manner, with the funds usually being used for retirement or private medical expenses. Those reselling their flats do so in the same market, so new participants are also not competing with overseas investors.

Our local EZFKA fuckwit politicians would love to funnel Super into property citing Singapore, but would conveniently ignore the protections offered to first home buyers. People can say what they like about corporal punishment in Signapore, but it’s safe to say that tough rules keep dickheads in check and would spark enormous fear in our politicians.

plaguerat

I lived in Singapore for just over a year in the early 80’s and travelled throughout SEA on business.
It was a real eye-opener, having worked previously in Australia, New Zealand, and the U.S.

I used to laugh at the westerners who pointed to the ban on chewing gum as some sign of rampant authoritarianism……you could eat your breakfast off any surface in the MRT rolling stock.

The wife came over to visit (it was a single expat posting) and spent a week travelling all around Singapore by herself using the MRT and never experienced anything but courtesy and assistance from the locals (try that in Sydney or Melbourne).

The icing on the cake was, having paid what I considered to be a pittance in Singapore tax (max tax rate was 30c, cut in at $400k), shortly after I returned to Australia I received a letter from the Singapore Tax Department…..the letter stated that tax receipts for that year had been higher than budgeted for, and included a cheque for a little over A$1,000 refund.
I think that’s what they now refer to as a jaw-dropping moment 🙂

Your observations about Malaysia are spot on…a day trip to KL and you spent the next week washing the diesel fumes out of your system…..filthy place, and a totally different work ethic so obvious after working with Singaporeans. And, of course, there are the Bumis.
Trips there were as short as humanly possible.

All my Singaporean office and technical staff were contributing 20% of their salary to the CPF, matched by 15% from the Government….increased to 20% shortly after I left.
Many of them were, at quite a young age, comfortably housed in a HDB unit.

The only gripe I had was the cost of grog 🙂

We could do a lot worse than take some lessons from that society, which has learned to make so much out of so little.

But unfortunately, I think Lee Kuan Yew got it pretty right when he referred to the “white trash of Asia”.

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plaguerat

Correction: I lived in Singapore in the early 90’s….NOT the early 80’s.

All get’s a bit blurry after a while 🙂

Chad thundercock

Try dating a singaporean girl though! Their gold digging tendencies makes them almost as bad as white girls

Stewie

Roofying chicks and raping them in the back of your Uber isn’t ‘dating them’.

Freddy

Then why do they call them “date rape drugs”?

Chad thundercock

Why would I resort to those tactics when I can spread my ass cheeks wide?

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stagmal

the biggest difference between malaysia and singapore is the inverted demographics. SG is like 80% chinese or so, Malaysia is 80% malay. Malay av IQ is about 90 while chinese is like 103, go figure the difference.

that being said malaysia isnt really bad either, its one of the best countries in the region.

Coming

The biggest difference is the fact that Malaysia is Muslim

which is highly correlated with low IQs and being a shithole

Maybe the causation runs in that direction

Peachy

I think that’s a bit harsh and probably incorrect to point to iqs in that context.

a more plausible explanation would be that the traditions and institutions of Christianity have been slightly more conducive to scientific and social progress (or at least what we would call “progress”) and over the centuries this incremental difference has added up to a tangibly different outcome for places where the christian traditions have been dominant.

god knows christianity has been responsible for just as many internecine atrocities and wars as islam…

bjw678

a more plausible explanation would be that the traditions and institutions of Christianity have been slightly more conducive to scientific and social progress (or at least what we would call “progress”) and over the centuries this incremental difference has added up to a tangibly different outcome for places where the christian traditions have been dominant.

An even more plausible explanation is the islamic countries have tended to be in climates far less conducive to progress than the christian ones, at least in the last thousand years.
The middle east is hardly conducive to high yield farming allowing resources to be diverted to other less immediate problems and activities.

Peachy

well yes, geography and climate are probably in the mix as well (to some extent as you say, to some extent in the way that Stagmal says below)

though probably these things are less applicable to a place like Malaysia, where I understand they can raise lots of crops…

Stewie

The harsher the climate, the harsher the cultural rules need to be in order to survive.

Coming

So you’re saying stupid people are
more likely to be susceptible to Islam

Peachy

No, that’s not what I’m saying.

religious credences are just religious credences. They’re not comparable in logical terms. It’s not like the “best” people cleverly choose the “best” religion.

I think it was Spinoza that, in relation to this, observed something along the lines that isn’t it curious that children born into Christian families grow up into Christians, children born into Jewish families grow up to be Jewish, those into Muslim families – Muslim….

Stewie

It’s not like the “best” people cleverly choose the “best” religion.”

That doesn’t mean that there isn’t some truth to it.

The best people used their best thoughts to come up with the best solutions to the collective problems that they were facing at the time, and through the endless monti-carlo simulations that is life, produced the religions we see today.

Stewie

Humanity is unique in terms of the strength of the feedback loops between Environment, Culture and genes.

Culture influences genes in that it can favor the transmission of some genes over others e.g. That Christianity use to encourage its smartest people to enter the priesthood and a life of supposed celibacy is part of the explanation as to the difference in IQ between white Europeans and Ashkenazi Jews. In Jewish culture children of Rabbis were highly sought.

Another example of how culture plays an influence in genetics is the laws of Primogeniture – or where only the first born son of noblemen inherited the estate. What this law tended to result in was the other children and descendants of the Lord or Lady, ended up eventually becoming commoners. Of course parents being parents still made sure that their non-first born children were still going to be adequately looked after, and so they were inevitably better resourced than other folk. The result is that this extra leg up ensures that if you go back enough generations in most families in the UK, it won’t take you too long to find that you are related to some distant lord or noble.

Culture also influences Environment. Attitudes to the environment will influence our relationship with the land, slashing and burning over adoption of more sustainable practices. Cultural attitudes can easily turn fertile regions into deserts.

Environment obviously influences culture, in terms of how people adapt and optimise their behaviours, both individually and collectively, in order to prosper or survive in different locations. Likewise environmental influences, like the need for planning and forethought, in order to survive harsh winters will influence gene selection, like intelligence.

The genes themselves that then survive and prosper in these different locations and cultures, then provide the final feedback loop to the next iteration of the monti-carlo simulation that is life.

stagmal

nah cuz the indians in malaysia are no smarter than the malays, and theyre mostly not muslim (hindu)

the further away from lower temperature climates populations evolved the lower iq they get, colder weather is less survivable and required more planning ability

Chinese Astroturfer

I’d also add that Singapore is a tiny city state 50kmx25km of 5 million people with 1/4 of the population usually highly educated expats, tax haven that attracts multinationals setting up their base there, money laundering capital of Asia in the past. It was set up by the British as a free trade port. You can’t really compare it to a country the size of Malaysia which stretches all the way to the Philippines and suffered for a long time under brutal colonial rulers.

Han Chinese also highly discriminatory towards the Malays and Indians, so you can’t really blame Malays for looking after Malays in Malaysia when it’s what Han Chinese (and Jews) do wherever they have gone in the world.

robert2013

Singapore is a much more cohesive society than we are. Most Singaporeans seem pretty happy about it too. Arguably less so than ever, but oppositions have been gaining votes, and the government responds. They have far better housing, immigration, education and transport policies than you see in Sydney or Melbourne. HK is harsher, but while they’ve lost the ability to speak freely, they’re still pretty well off.

Chinese Astroturfer

I thought that was something people do on Instagram and the like.

Ramjet

Here I was thinking it was a LinkedIn thing.

Peachy

I’m not sure if I can enunciate it clearly, but to me it seems that the pronouns thing has strong parallels with the aboriginal country acknowledgement.

For most people (99%+), their pronouns are pretty obvious just from looking at them. For 95%, the pronouns can be be correctly deduced from their names (some foreign names don’t really allow this).

That means that the vast majority of people adding their stupid bloody pronouns to their stupid bloody signature block are really just saying
I acknowledge that these freaks [I/T/+] exist, but I’m not one of them. Acknowledging them is all I am prepared to do.”

same with the land:
I acknowledge that these [Aboroginal] freaks exist, but I’m not one of them. Acknowledging them is all I am prepared to do.”

somehow to me that goes beyond mere virtue signalling. It actually represents negative utility for the cause, by entrenching apathy born of constant repetition.

bjw678

For most people (99%+), their pronouns are pretty obvious just from looking at them. For 95%, the pronouns can be be correctly deduced from their names (some foreign names don’t really allow this).

This comes from a faulty premise in the first place and legitimises their stupidity more than it deserved to be. Pronoun choice is a matter for the speaker, not the subject of the speech.
If someone gets youe name wrong fair enough, but you don’t have a pronoun.

Peachy

This comes from a faulty premise in the first place and legitimises their stupidity more than it deserved to be. Pronoun choice is a matter for the speaker, not the subject of the speech.

If someone gets youe name wrong fair enough, but you don’t have a pronoun

there’s definitely something to what you’re saying.

however, by social convention, certain ways of addressing certain people (or talking about certain people) are consider acceptable while other are unacceptable.

for example if you talk about Liz, you should properly write “her majesty” rather than “that British granny” [I know that this is a style and not a gender] when you talk about a sea vessel, you should write “she”.

Modern english is obv a non-gendered language. In many languages nouns have genders and it’s downright clunky to mix them up…. Eg it’s “el sol” and not “la sol”.

ultimately, the pronoun benders are probably trying to undermine and subvert normal language conventions, to collapse them in a heap of relativist entropy…

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robert2013

“ultimately, the pronoun benders are probably trying to undermine and subvert normal language conventions, to collapse them in a heap of relativist entropy…”

That’s putting it politely. They are IngSoc enforcing Newspeak.

bjw678

Modern english is obv a non-gendered language

Less gendered? If it was non gendered the pronoun game wouldn’t be a thing.
And don’t get me started on the attack on more strongly gendered languages leading to the complete abomination and most ridiculous phrase I have ever seen or heard

latinx woman

Of course this is just the continuation of Newspeak as mentioned by robert.
Coloured people is highly offensive, persons of colour is fine…
Segregation id bad, we gotta have segregation.
We have always been at war with eurasia.
Canada was always a dictatorship…

Peachy

Non gendered – i mean apart from people and animals.

like obviously a cow is a she and a bull is a he, a bloke is a he, a Sheila is a she…. But nouns like clock, wall, shoe, sky – these are not gendered.

Gouda

This has been going on for years in the health sector. Most emails are typically full of bloated signatures, and it gets compounded as messages are forwarded on.

Viking

Universities are worse.

I got an email from a guy who works at one. 2 lines of message, 2 pages of insufferable bulls1t signature.

stagmal

honestly these email acknowledgement signatures read like the introductory spiel of the ottoman sultan

As the Sultan; son of Muhammad; brother of the sun and moon; grandson and viceroy of God; ruler of the kingdoms of Macedonia, Babylon, Jerusalem, Upper and Lower Egypt; emperor of emperors; sovereign of sovereigns; extraordinary knight, never defeated; steadfast guardian of the tomb of Jesus Christ; trustee chosen by God Himself; the hope and comfort of Muslims; confounder and great defender of Christians.

A fly in your ointment

LOL, at my previous work there was talk about it and freedom to choose one’s pronouns. I asked the what if my pronouns were ‘dick’ and ‘pussy’, with a dead pan face. The choice was made to not accentuate the issue and just glide.

LinkedIn has become the propeller of the ‘gender bender with options’. If I was not working for myself I’d be a fly in everyone’s ointment with comments. The pace is a goldmine to push with a stick the virtue virtuing types.

Gouda

Pronouns: dick/pussy – laughed so much probably woke up the neighbours. Love it!

plaguerat

It’s getting sillier by the day:

Issac Luke calls out commentators for incorrectly pronouncing ‘Māori’ during All Stars broadcast

Former New Zealand and Māori representative Issac Luke said he felt compelled to watch last Saturday’s All Stars match “on mute” after Fox Sports commentator Greg Alexander repeatedly mispronounced “Māori”. 

https://www.abc.net.au/news/2022-02-16/issac-luke-call-out-fox-sports-channel-nine-commentators/100830710

Just for shits and giggles, try watching the short embedded video designed to teach you how to say Maori properly.

Does somebody actually pay people good money for this sort of shit?

Chinese Astroturfer

This is like the Mueller Report all over again this Ukraine business. Embarrassing stuff from the democrats.

T

Did you see this theory?

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plaguerat

What do they say?

Todays’ conspiracy theory is tomorrows headline 🙂

Peachy

This is a good one! I hadn’t thought of that angle at all!

Reus's Large MEMBER

Yep I have heard that one, as a matter of fact we were discussing it last night while having a burger and beers at Bar Luca (great burgers I am a fan) in the city, on a side note it was busy but the CBD is still real quiet. The extra part of that is also the Biden dealings with Ukraine that this is meant to be covering up.

Another possible headline “Vaccine mandates were there to cover up the Afghanistan failure”

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A fly in your ointment

This can be said not just for Afghanistan but for pretty much everything inclusive of coup in the US-SSR when Biden became president SElect.
The UnFunny bit is that no mater how fantastic the claim is, it would not be a tall tale.
Perhaps unifying description could be that the big “C” was used as a distraction from the decay of the Westworld and the scare will not end for decades.

plaguerat

It’s just embarrassing stuff designed to draw attention away from even more embarrassing stuff.

plaguerat

Took me ten minutes to clean up the coffee off my desk after I read this one:

“I’d like to request US and British disinformation: Bloomberg, The New York Times and The Sun media outlets to publish the schedule for our upcoming invasions for the year. I’d like to plan my vacation,” the Russian diplomat said on her Telegram channel Wednesday.

Russia Mocks US, Requests ‘Full List Of Ukraine Invasion Dates’ For Year Ahead

https://www.zerohedge.com/markets/russia-mocks-us-requests-full-list-ukraine-invasion-dates-year-ahead

Don’t ever let anyone tell you that the Russians don’t have a sense of humour 🙂

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T

if nothing else clown world does provide laughs…

Peachy

Hey T, are you going to come back from your vacation and throw some weekend links around?

Hoody

+1

T

Mate bit complicated at moment. Hoping to have a new version of our tech out end Feb into early March, and another product hitting market in May.

Probably after those two are out tbh.

Ramjet

Off topic, but what benefits are there in holding the B grade version of the Olympics:
https://www.theage.com.au/national/victoria/victoria-confirms-bid-for-2026-commonwealth-games-20220216-p59wvp.html

Hoody

Well if your a C grader, it’s a big deal.

Aussie Soy Boy

Surely 2026 will be the final Commonwealth Games ever, or maybe they have one in England in 2030 and then just wind it all up.

stagmal

c grade u mean; the b grade olympics is the winter games

Ramjet

Being held in D grade cities like Shepparton and Wangaratta.

Gouda

Just more bread and circuses. It’s the one games where EZFKA dominates the medal tally which is enough to please most people.

pnut5678

Are the universities over east doing the same? Apparently it will be all students, staff and property rentals.

https://properties.curtin.edu.au/working-with-us/policies/vaccination-mandate/

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robert2013

Hopefully someone has the balls to challenge this in court.

pnut5678

The students seem to be trying to pull something together but it looks as though they are in the minority and they seem to have been caught by surprise.
I think the university in Adelaide tried something similar but backtracked when around 500 student letters showed their disapproval.
There are a few theories about Curtin floating around. They have merged lots of departments and left go loads of staff. The 2 year lockdown would have been brutal to their bottom line. Their academic scores for last year were atrocious and there was talk of them merging with UWA.
I wonder if the carrot of government money was waved in front of them with these strings attached.

Viking

Yes. They’re all going for the “You must be fully jabbed before you can put your filthy self on our grounds.”

That includes students, staff, visitors, contractors, the drunken bum who takes a dump on the carpark stairs in the middle of the night….

A fly in your ointment

https://www.news.com.au/national/victoria/news/parents-banned-from-entering-victorian-schools-if-they-arent-triplevaccinated/news-story/aad6cfaf3a8c27bbe2f693c8f0950558

‘Science’ behind buster shots… not even a joke.
median ezfka unit cannot comprehend the hypocrisy and plain ole bigotry.
Refuse to participate in clinical trial under guise of a public health.

Could there just once be a reporter that asks the question on how being vaccinated makes any difference if the vaccinated are more likely to catch and spread the whuflu

Numbers per 100k of each group from ONS data, left is vaccinated right it un-vaccinated

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bjw678

All those types of reporters lost their jobs decades ago…

A fly in your ointment

Sometimes i take the Watergate thingo as the begining of the end of journalism but at times I think it was another of the colour revolutions and the two happy chappies were either played or were acting.

T

Off topic, but anyone else see this. Is it legit?

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Reus's Large MEMBER

If it is then I am sure that the bar for claiming it from the whuflu vaccines will be set so high it will be nearly impossible to do so.

Peachy

Also, if true, it would seem that UK are a bunch of amateurs.

EZFKA compensation is capped at $5,000!

A fly in your ointment

Because jabbadabba are safer here.
It inversely correlates to iq apparently,

Peachy

Yes… something to do with the inversion when crossing the equator, too!

A fly in your ointment

Look, at least being an antipodean has a benefit of gravity pulling things up on this side of the planet.

Good for both sexes and all 7,000,000,000 genders

plaguerat

Is it legit?

Seems like it is:

1. Overview

If you’re severely disabled as a result of a vaccination against certain diseases, you could get a one-off tax-free payment of £120,000. This is called a Vaccine Damage Payment.

3. Eligibility

You could get a payment if you’re severely disabled and your disability was caused by vaccination against any of the following diseases:

coronavirus (COVID-19)

diphtheria

haemophilus influenzae type b (Hib)

human papillomavirus

influenza, except for influenza caused by a pandemic influenza virus

measles

meningococcal group B (meningitis B)

meningococcal group C (meningitis C)

meningococcal group W (meningitis W)

mumps

pandemic influenza A (H1N1) 2009 (swine flu) – up to 31 August 2010

pertussis (whooping cough)

pneumococcal infection

poliomyelitis

rotavirus

rubella (German measles)

smallpox – up to 1 August 1971

tetanus

tuberculosis (TB)

You may have had a combined vaccination against a number of the diseases listed. For example, you might have been vaccinated against DTP (diphtheria, tetanus and pertussis) or MMR (measles, mumps and rubella).

You may also be able to get a payment if you’re severely disabled because either:

your mother was vaccinated against one of the diseases in the list while she was pregnant

you’ve been in close physical contact with someone who’s had an oral vaccine against poliomyelitis

You can also apply for this payment on behalf of someone who has died after becoming severely disabled because of one of these vaccinations. You need to be managing their estate to apply.

https://www.gov.uk/vaccine-damage-payment/print

pnut5678

Looks like the narrative is falling apart.

https://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-60404382

T

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pnut5678

It’s madness. So what happens now? We go around pretending that the whole thing was a success and forget the fact that we were a hair’s breadth away from sending people to a prison camp. What a sick joke.

Reus's Large MEMBER

Yes, nothing to see here, there is a federal election looming that requires the populace to be rejoicing with excitement on being released from the brink of tyranny so they can vote for their saviours.

pnut5678

All while the architecture is in place to turn this kind of shit on/off at a moment’s notice.
Will people accept this? Will people be able to cope with the prospect that all the bullshit they have put up with was for nothing? Will they be able to cope with finding out the injections they took are not as benign as they were lead to believe in the long term?
I think there be a lot more anger on the way when the rest of society has its moment of clarity.

Reus's Large MEMBER

Yes, as soon as the elections are done then all bets are off, by then it will be sports ball season and the ones not watching MAFS will be entertained and happy again.

I think that the powers that be will lie and obfuscate the vaccine side effects, by blaming it on “long covid” for example.

However I think that as more of the “jabbed” get dead from minor things like a cuts or a cold etc. then the mood will change, but I don’t expect that till later next year, depending on the booster rollout, if they are onto number 6 or more by then I am sure that we will have folks dying like flies.

Anecdotally, I have noticed a large number of friends who have got shingles since getting boosted, where previously I had not heard of anyone getting it.

pnut5678

The DoD vaccine adverse reactions in the USA were showing 1000% increase in neurological disorders. Whatever these vaccines are doing they seem to be creating autoimmune responses as well as viral reactivation. I reckon Alzheimer’s and MS will be some of the long term effects.

LSWCHP

I’m now up to four dead colleagues in the last 8 months. Quite unprecedented.

It is, as the say, the vaccines.

Peachy

Oh boy, 4 is rather a lot. Even for a population of nursing home residents that would be a lot.

for a bunch of working age dudes, it’s insane!

Peachy

All while the architecture is in place to turn this kind of shit on/off at a moment’s notice

that bit is spooky!

but you can bet your bottom dollar that the EZFKA populace won’t stand up against this stuff. If anything “good” happens it is guaranteed to be as a result of EZFKA government following what other countries do.

pnut5678

It may be that the whole purpose of this exercise was to put the architecture in place. It will prove useful to them when they try and take all of our money and property.

A fly in your ointment

Indeed.
When season 1 is done, available on your favourite streaming piss media will be the season 2. Will it be virus again? Will it be money? Will it be your children? What will it be that allies with Davos mob for our benefit???
Stay tuned…

bjw678

We go around pretending that the whole thing was a success and forget the fact that we were a hair’s breadth away from sending people to a prison camp. 

This sounds like a much more palatable option than what is currently happening in canada where anyone who dares disagree with the government has been declared a terrorist so all the draconian laws introduced in the last 2 decades to protect us from terrorists can be used to crush all opposition to the government. Whocouldanode that would happen…

pnut5678

So most of the population will be going around in complete denial. I think it’s fair to say that we are all Canada now. They are just further down the line. A nuclear winter would be preferable to this.

pnut5678

Curtin University wristbands

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Peachy

They’ve seriously gone for fucking armbands.

woweee!

pnut5678

They must be in an even poorer financial position than I imagined to even contemplate these measures.
They must be using as a selling point to the overseas students.
They deserve to go bankrupt over this and if they do they will be no loss to Perth.

Hoody

I heard a rumour that there is a warehouse in Germany full of star armbands that aren’t getting used anymore. Maybe they could use them and save the environment at the same time

A fly in your ointment

The funny bit us that even that would have to be imported.
Can’t make own arm bands.

But then again why should we if someone can buy our coal and ore…

plaguerat

Why bother with armbands?

We’ve got plenty of tattoo parlours, haven’t we?

emusplatt

no ink … supply chain thing

emusplatt

hang on… not thinking …hot branding ftw

pnut5678

People are going to be paying up to 25k a year for the privilege.

Max Payne

Do you reckon if I rocked up and told them I identify as fully vaccinated they would give me a wristband 😛

pnut5678

Here was the police response to a few stragglers in Langley Park during the week. I reckon you might get 10 years in jail.

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stagmal

i always felt that big patch of grass was a gigantic waste of space, right next to the cbd too

robert2013

Space has value. It’s not a waste.

pnut5678

It’s good for exercise. They usually have a few events there too throughout the year as well like 5 aside football tournament and Octoberfest.
I think the alternative would be rows of 40+ stories apartments.
From what I heard it was the mayor that called the cops in. The group were trying to emulate the Canberra group but didn’t get the numbers. Cops were probably expecting more. I think they arrested 20 of them.

Chinese Astroturfer

https://www.news.com.au/national/courts-law/canadian-backpacker-facing-deportation-over-covid19-mistake-made-after-dog-was-killed-by-crocodile/news-story/48e83aabce8f9ae9c0b7b9d1363c4cf4

Woman who violated quarantine rules in WA and was sentenced to 6 months has won her appeal.

How timely!

A precedent has been set for Nev Power to receive his slap on the wrist when he’s sentenced on February 24 LOL.

Hoody
Gouda

Doesn’t have to when he controls the media.

https://www.abc.net.au/news/2022-02-17/media-release-journalism-during-federal-election/100829444

Media releases produced by politicians’ staff are being copy-pasted into the news pages of some regional newspapers

Journalism academics warn readers could be misled by stories that look like news “but are in fact public relations”

Peachy

Hopefully soon they can get the tech right to be able to just upload the press releases directly to the brains of EZFKA units!

T

Journalism academics… is that technically an oxymoron?

emusplatt

is that technically an oxymoron… mmm…. no absolutely… imo

T

But the principal activity of both professions is lying for money?

Course they don’t know they are lying, but ignorance is not an excuse when reality bites.

pnut5678

I’m surprised she was allowed to publish it.

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robert2013

A good read. Thanks for sharing. Might come in useful.

pnut5678

No worries. I think the local media are starting to turn on McGowan.

LSWCHP

I fucking hope so.

A fly in your ointment

If they do it will be because:

a) he is spent and finished serving as a puppet
b) it is a step in the long game (e.g. make a marker to make him look better later)
c) he made a big unforgivable mistake and puppet masters are ditching the toy
d) all of the above or any combination

pnut5678

It’s definitely no road to Damascus moment. Murdoch’s media likes actors that perform to script. Once McGowan missed the 5th of Feb deadline it was only a matter of time before they put the heat on him.
He’s relented now. Opening date is 3rd of March. We will see if he sticks to it.

A fly in your ointment

https://www.lusa.pt/article/fHyobzDtW7UJLu6KyLlLLzMSZM5iuSI1

https://mobile.twitter.com/Lusa_noticias/status/1494350646845353992

Ouch, the Djokergate begins to grow, rules are not necessarily rules. “Hypocrisy and bigotry in Las EZFKA”

Hoody

In 1823, because of a deadly Smallpox epidemic in the Netherlands “The Dutch government decided to make the cowpox vaccination indirectly compulsory for children. From then on, anyone who wanted to go to school had to present proof of vaccination, the so-called smallpox certificate.” So, the situation is not that unlike ours with Covid. Abraham Kuyper, Theologian and eventual Primer Minister of the Netherlands wasn’t having it:

For this reason alone, compulsory cowpox vaccination should be out of the question. Our physicians may be mistaken and government may never stamp a particular medical opinion as orthodox and therefore binding. Moreover, compulsion can never be justified until the illness manifests itself and may therefore never be prescribed as a preventative. A third reason is that government should keep its hands off our bodies. Fourthly, government must respect conscientious objections. In the fifth place, it is one or the other: either it does not itself believe in vaccination, or if it does, it will do redundant work by proceeding to protect once more those already safeguarded against an evil that will no longer have a hold on them anyway. Vaccination certificates will therefore have to go—and will be gone at least from our free schools. The form of tyranny hidden in these vaccination certificates is just as real a threat to the nation’s spiritual resources as a smallpox epidemic itself.

There is nothing new under the sun is what some dude said many years ago…I reckon he’s right

Hoody

https://larouchepub.com/pr/2022/20220216_putin_scholz.html

Should have went something like this:

Putin: Hey Hun, if we worked together we would dictate world policy 😉

pnut5678

We have to make up for the 2 slack years. Who would think that Australian businesses lack imagination?

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10524887/Scott-Morrison-urged-increase-migration.html#article-10524887

DJE᳆KA

As much as I really detest the rampant sexism in variant naming (where are feminists, dykes, non-binaries, bi-binaries et cie when you need one), it is still interesting that the new virus variant-de-jour is so potentially bad that no one knows how bad it is! But reportedly it can be potentially so bad it may lead to rampant infection and people may die particularly if they are well over the age of 90 or they have late stage incurable disease or as simply as being ran over by a rogue quadbikier or jetskier. More to it, no genetic tweaking jabbadabba works against this variant. Worse, the new variant may cause previously waxed to achieve delta mental quantum and realise the jab was useless from the begining. This alone is the greatest threat to EZFKA units since the dawn of the Djoker baba-yaga existential threat to the nation.
Dan “the Ceausescu” Andrews should ban international travellers not just to Victoristan but to other penal colonies. I see him as the next PM of the EZFKA.

People, take care of yourself, read fakenews.com.au on an hourly basis for 15 min updates on this developing issue, forget about the other varying issues like rich becoming richer and advanced decay of democracy, this is the imminent threat, more imminent than the Ruskies invading Ukraina.

God speed

DJE᳆KA

In another update on the tragic accident at Little Bay and have identified the victim from the DNA remains. Experts in the field are suggesting that police may have reasonable reasons to undertake pcr test to see if the tragic victim have died from the new dangerous C19 variant.

https://www.abc.net.au/news/2022-02-17/little-bay-shark-attack-sydney-swimmers-told-stay-out-of-water/100838406

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T

lol! made me snort!

A fly in your ointment

I had to pinch myself to see of not dreaming or dead.

End of restrictions exposes senseless Covid ‘scare-mongering’A hypocrisy of the tallest order for this article being the focus of the front page…

Getting ahead of the rest of the lying MSM, watch the narrative change to how they never promoted fearmongering etc.

Remember they have 41 millions reason to do what the government says and right now the government is saying we need to population to be thankful for us giving them their freedoms (that were never theirs to take) back, so that they will vote for us in May

plaguerat

Here’s the ABS report to which he refers:

COVID-19 Mortality in Australia
COVID-19 deaths that occurred by 31 January 2022 that have been registered and received by the ABS

https://www.abs.gov.au/articles/covid-19-mortality-australia

An interesting read.

emusplatt

have a go at this stupid cancerous cunt DiAngelo…. seriously just expunge the word ‘racism’ and insert ‘culture’ and shove the whole diatribe down the idiots throat so she chokes.

https://www.smh.com.au/world/north-america/stop-over-smiling-and-over-explaining-robin-diangelo-s-lessons-for-nice-racists-20211109-p597dk.html

plaguerat

Mate….read the comments….they’ll make you feel a whole lot better.

She’s a classic case of “the squeaky wheel gets the oil” 🙂

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robert2013

I can’t see any comments

plaguerat

Go to the bottom of the page….you should see this….click on it, and you’ll see the comments:

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robert2013

Had to change browser – I have a lot of extensions.

T

Seeing as they’re denying it, it’s probably true.

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Reus's Large MEMBER

Going to keep an eye out for that one, because if the AP said it is false it is guaranteed to be true.

It could also be a smoke screen for the fact that the vaccines cause immune issues, so they are setting the stage to deny any links early.

pnut5678

Yes. I have been reading about this too. VAIDS. Vaccine Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome. Lots of talk about cutting genetic sequences from HIV and splicing them with other viruses or medications. Interestingly Luc Montagnier, the discoverer of HIV was expressing similar thoughts. He died recently.
Isn’t it amazing how many of these Nobel laureates turn out to be spreaders of misinformation? Trust the Science I suppose, whatever that means.

https://www.abc.net.au/news/2022-02-11/french-discoverer-of-hiv-aids-virus-luc-montagnier-dies-at-89/100824694

Max Payne

Interestingly the University of Queensland ran into this type of issue when they were developing their vaccine. They inserted part of a HIV protein which generated antibody responses in the trial participants and caused them to return false-positive HIV results.

Peachy

I reckon getting HIV or HIV-lite is definitely worth the 2x – 4x reduction in chance of Covid death!

T

Lol the Iranians are trolling Castro Jr

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pnut5678

This is local shop for local people. There is nothing for you here…not even a cash register.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uNmhks7djQ4

robert2013

McGowan says WA to reopen on 3rd of March.

“Eventually there comes a point where the border is ineffective when you get to high case numbers within the state,” Mr McGowan told reporters.”

https://thenewdaily.com.au/news/state/wa/2022/02/18/western-australia-reopens-borders/

Meanwhile the case map shows just 13 locations in Perth Metro:

https://www.healthywa.wa.gov.au/Articles/A_E/Coronavirus/Locations-visited-by-confirmed-cases

and a total of 202 new cases:

https://ww2.health.wa.gov.au/Media-releases/2022/COVID-19-update-18-February-2022

Meaning that most cases came from a few locations or their close contacts. IT could all have been knocked on the head with a 5 day lockdown at the beginning (maybe it still could?). Dickhead needs to stop pretending it’s got out of control. He’s willing it out of control and it seems to be very reluctant about doing so.

Maybe I underestimated the effectiveness of the vaccines.