Oz is sinking fast

This is fucking (pardon my French) ASININE!

A great number of heads in Canberra need to roll after a long ride in a caged tumbril such that citizens can pelt them with rotten fruit and stones.

https://www.zerohedge.com/covid-19/australian-army-begins-transferring-covid-positive-cases-contacts-quarantine-camps

I do miss the Australia of the 1970’s. 80’s and 90’s when I was thee on business frequently. You are all in my thoughts and prayers.

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LCBren
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LCBren
November 23, 2021 17:17

First, the article is hysterical and utterly wrong. Its bullshit. Two: people ARE being moved into isolation, but they arent in a “concentration camp”, its a small village like area isolated from the main population in two very small indigenous communities..who have VERY low vax rates. Three the NT has a large Aboriginal population and COVID would rip through them… Read more »

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LCBren
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November 23, 2021 20:31
Reply to  terrapod

Terra, the NT ministers are moving at warp speed because they know full well what would happen if COVID got loose. We would lose THOUSANDS of indigenous people. Think smallpox and the Indians. THAT is how bad this could get. There is no forcible removal ( and that lie PISSES ME OFF NO END ), they are cooperating with the… Read more »

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LCBren
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LCBren
November 23, 2021 21:49

Gunner is a jerk, agreed. He comes off that way to a lot of people. But in this he is 100% correct, and I stand by his actions. He is doing whats necessary to prevent a major outbreak amongst people who cannot fight this disease. So he isnt a shining light of Emily Post, IDGAF. He is getting it done… Read more »

LCBren
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November 24, 2021 01:13
Reply to  LCBren

This is the line that sums it up, this is what we are worried about “What has become clear to us — based on the level of movement that’s been happening in some communities outside of Katherine — is that there is a real risk that the virus has seeded to other connected communities further away,” said Gunner. And yes,… Read more »

LCBren
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LCBren
November 24, 2021 20:34
Reply to  terrapod

Do not take this wrong, but show me where “the government” of any country, including ours, has managed to “control” a virus that is basically a slightly worse form of the common cold, maybe the flu? Deaths from COVID since 2020 – 5,159,431 It is NOT a “slightly worse form of the flu”. That or there is a real honest… Read more »

LCBren
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November 24, 2021 22:53
Reply to  LCBren

Terra These things go away when the population gets natural immunity and the weather lends itself to more outdoor activity (IE normal distancing by people going about their business).. You were either not paying attention or have zero understanding of what the potential lethal consequences if this gets loose in the NT. IF this is seeded to remote communities, we… Read more »

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LCBren
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November 25, 2021 00:52
Reply to  LCBren

Messenger RNAs, also known as mRNA, are one of the types of RNA that are found in the cell. This particular one, like most RNAs, are made in the nucleus and then exported to the cytoplasm where the translation machinery, the machinery that actually makes proteins, binds to these mRNA molecules and reads the code on the mRNA to make… Read more »

VonZorch Imperial Researcher
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November 25, 2021 18:05
Reply to  LCBren

Be nice now. Terrapod’s an old fart like me. My science and biology classes did NOT cover DNA, RNA and other such things. The coverage of heredity was purely Mendelian.

LCBren
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LCBren
November 25, 2021 23:18

Im almost 60, we covered that in HS biology science classes…back in 1976. The narrative about vaccines pisses me off no end, OF COURSE we dont have a vaccine that gives immunity, we dont have a cure for AIDS, we dont have one for herpes, or the cold, or the flu either. That we have one AT ALL was a… Read more »

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readerjp
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November 26, 2021 22:37

Sun Ng, a contractor from Hong Kong, was visiting his grandchildren in October when he caught COVID-19. Ng was admitted to Edward Hospital in Naperville, Illinois, on Oct. 14 and was placed on a ventilator several days later. Like thousands of other patients, the hospital offered Ng no viable hope of survival but bitterly fought the use of ivermectin, even… Read more »

LCBren
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LCBren
November 27, 2021 05:26
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WTF is going on? Why are all these hospitals fighting the use of this cheap effective drug? Because it isnt a proven treatment, the last review paper on the drug was pulled after a lot of inconsistencies were found. The trial was carried out on 501 volunteers, with 250 randomly assigned to take Ivermectin, and the other 251 given placebos:… Read more »

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