The EZFKA state of Victoria will make history this week, after becoming the first Australian state to ban condoms, the pill and other forms of contraception.
Daniel Andrews announced that traditional forms of birth control would be banned, following the latest data release from Pfizer that showed successful disruptions of menstrual cycles in women and declining birth rates worldwide post-COVID jab.
“It’s great to see Victoria leading the way worldwide again as a truly progressive state. Our record high vaccination rates means there’s no need for other forms of birth control and we thank Pfizer, Moderna and the rest for making this happen,” Andrews said.
“I’d also like to thank the most compliant, bed-wetting group of softcocks in Australia that can’t think of second and third order consequences and that love to follow rules for the sake of it – your sacrifice in terms of the greater good of depopulation is noted.”
Andrews said he was already in talks with Anthony Albanese in terms of how many Nigerians to import to replace the excess deaths in Victoria.