A Sydney man who only took the vaccine in order to hang on to his job has spoken about his excitement for inflation.
Chris Simmons, of Penrith, who suffered myocarditis from the Pfizer vaccine after being forced to take it for work, said he was excited about sky high food prices and the prospect of going from one manufactured crisis to the next.
“I only took that thing because I would lose my job and be unable to feed my family if I didn’t. Now petrol is $2 a litre and meat has doubled,” Simmons said.
“On top of that my heart is in shit condition and I may die in the next 5 years, but it was all for the greater good. Bring on Venezuela 2.0!”
Simmons said he was hoping that the RBA would take more measures to print and keep house prices in Western Sydney to the moon.