It’s no longer your body, your country or your money

Tim Blair reports on the latest in Victorian ‘measures’: confiscating workers’ money until they fold:

A Daily Telegraph reader’s daughter has worked for a number of years at a Melbourne hospital. She decided that the vaccine wasn’t for her.

So she was stood down, as she’d anticipated. She then asked about ­accessing her long service leave, only to receive this response:

Unfortunately the directive at this time is all staff non-compliant with the mandate (ie: must have had/or booked for a first dose before Friday 29/10) cannot access their leave ­entitlements.

Long service leave can only be ­accessed once compliant with the mandate.

As you currently remain non-compliant with the Directions you have no legal access to pay or entitlements. If you become compliant (have a first dose before Friday 29/10) you can then access long service leave.

 
That leave was legally accrued. It should be money in the bank. Instead, however, it is being withheld due to the hospital’s claimed need to remain “legally compliant”.

On federal polling day, remember that Scott Morrison and the Liberals silently consented to this.

LATEST: Tim has updated his post to report that the woman has now been fired.
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35 Responses to It’s no longer your body, your country or your money

  1. Lee says:

    But don’t forget that “we’re all in this together”!
    Has anything more disingenuous ever been said?

    On federal polling day, remember that Scott Morrison and the Liberals silently consented to this.

    Which is part of the reason they won’t get my vote at the next federal election (but then neither will Labor or the Greens).
    The only reason I will vote for the Libs in next year’s Victorian election is to hopefully get rid of Andrews, the most dangerous, malignant, and anti-democratic politician in Australian history.

  2. dover_beach says:

    I hope she goes straight to a lawyer. I’m finding it very hard to maintain my even temper at the moment. The scumbaggery on display at the minute is beyond tolerable.

  3. Shy Ted says:

    Yer average copper is going to spend the rest of his/her/it’ career on protection duty for politicians.

  4. John H. says:

    In Qld unvaccinated health staff are suspended but on full pay. Sometimes I wonder if there are contaminants in Victoria that make it such a awful place. Unfortunately for me too many of them are coming up here. I wish they would f**k off back to where they came from.

  5. Ed Case says:

    Say Ta Ta to yourIndustry Fund Super if you’re not a 2 Shot robot.

  6. a reader says:

    I don’t mind Victorians leaving so long as they leave their leftism behind them

  7. Ed Case says:

    Just a guess at this stage:
    The reason John Setka was completely nonplussed by the demonstration of CFMMEU Construction Division delegates outside his headqauarters in Melbourne is that he knows that if you don’t get the Jab you haven’t got a future.
    That doesn’t excuse the riot afterwards where his organisers and Victoria Police attacked the Delegates, causing many injuries.

  8. Boambee John says:

    Tim has updated his post to report that the woman has now been fired.

    Are they going to pay out her long service leave? If not, will the union stay silent?

  9. Boambee John says:

    Éd Case

    The reason John Setka was completely nonplussed by the demonstration of CFMMEU Construction Division delegates outside his headqauarters in Melbourne is that he knows that if you don’t get the Jab you haven’t got a future.

    I thought (silly me) that unions worked to support their members, not with the police to oppress them.

  10. dover_beach says:

    John H, that’s why I think she should go straight to a lawyer. I was put on leave 15 Oct when the health order came into effect. I’ve been on annual leave since.

  11. Lee says:

    I hope everyone who is fired for not getting the jab takes his or her employers to the cleaners.
    Especially if it’s from a government job.

  12. Baba says:

    a reader says:
    2 November, 2021 at 7:10 pm
    I don’t mind Victorians leaving so long as they leave their leftism behind them

    Only if they go abroad. Otherwise the risk is too great.

  13. Lee says:

    Somehow, I think that most Victorians who have left the state in the last two years are not Dictator Dan fans or leftists generally.

  14. twostix says:

    I don’t mind Victorians leaving so long as they leave their leftism behind them

    They don’t.

    Same as poms flee the UK and bring their shit politics. And South Africans.

  15. John H. says:

    dover_beach says:
    2 November, 2021 at 8:01 pm
    John H, that’s why I think she should go straight to a lawyer. I was put on leave 15 Oct when the health order came into effect. I’ve been on annual leave since.

    DB she should do that but the costs may be higher than the salary gained. If she is in a public service position perhaps a class action involving many? I’m not too hopeful of that though because my impression is virtually everyone is playing the obedience to the State game. In my family there are only 3 left unvaccinated, including myself.

  16. John H. says:

    Lee says:
    2 November, 2021 at 8:26 pm
    Somehow, I think that most Victorians who have left the state in the last two years are not Dictator Dan fans or leftists generally.

    I was just having some fun riffing on an old meme(sorry CL for the swear word). There is a problem though: housing shortages in many regions of Qld. Last week I read column about how in Qld some Victorians are experiencing some resentment.

    I find the idea of right wingers choosing Qld weird. The LNP up here is useless, Paleochook is virtually guaranteed another term and no amount of right winger influx will change that.

  17. Thefrollickingmole says:

    Ed.

    They have stuffed people around with sudden stops of gear before.

    https://m.facebook.com/watch/?v=2006860766139593&_rdr

  18. dover_beach says:

    DB she should do that but the costs may be higher than the salary gained. If she is in a public service position perhaps a class action involving many? I’m not too hopeful of that though because my impression is virtually everyone is playing the obedience to the State game. In my family there are only 3 left unvaccinated, including myself.

    Look, if 5-10% remain unvaccinated we are still looking at hundred of thousands of potential litigants in a class action. I agree, the costs of acting alone make it prohibitive individually but a no win no fee is always a possibility but the class action is preferred. People need to keep their records, notes in their diary, and take these arseholes to the cleaners.

  19. dover_beach says:

    Tasmania should be on people’s radar.

  20. FlyingPigs says:

    John H.

    Wellcamp will fix their erroneous thoughts!

  21. Entropy says:

    Compared with Andrews, Palaszczuk is right wing. She is in the minority right faction, it used to be called AWU I believe. She is only Premier as originally she was not expected to win in 2015, and the Katters liked her dad.
    The reason that idiot Miles is deputy is the dominant left faction installed him there, and Trad before him. This is all to the annoyance of Cameron Dick, as he is the same faction as Pakszczuk and can’t get a go.

  22. a reader says:

    Dick by Name and Nature. I think he’s as bad as that smiling twat Miles

  23. Not Trampis says:

    What is the fuss about.
    She could not work because she refused the jab. If she cannot work she cannot take sick, recreation or long service leave as she cannot work.
    If she has been sacked she will be entitled to all recreation and long service leave entitlements.

    You cannot have patients being treated by anyone who has not been jabbed twice.

  24. Boambee John says:

    Non Compos Mentis

    If she cannot work she cannot take sick, recreation or long service leave as she cannot work.

    Interesting interpretation. What does the relevant union think?

    You cannot have patients being treated by anyone who has not been jabbed twice.

    Still got your head buried in the sand about transmission by the vaxed? Sad.

    Congratulations on improving your punctuation, albeit you could have used a question mark at the end of your first sentence.

  25. Not Trampis says:

    no interpretation needed. She cannot work. That being the case she is not entitled to any leave.

    Unvaxed give covid out ten times more than the vaxxed.
    Her choice. A very poor choice. Astonishingly bad choice given she was a health worker.

  26. Boambee John says:

    Head still buried in last year’s sand.

  27. twostix says:

    Unvaxed give covid out ten times more than the vaxxed.

    Not 20 times? Not 100 times? Today it’s 10 times. Or 5 times. Or back in reality no times more.

  28. twostix says:

    In plain sight:

    Yet boosters are unlikely to tame a Delta surge on their own, says Dvir Aran, a biomedical data scientist at Technion. In Israel, the current surge is so steep that “even if you get two-thirds of those 60-plus [boosted], it’s just gonna give us another week, maybe 2 weeks until our hospitals are flooded.” He says it’s also critical to vaccinate those who still haven’t received their first or second doses, and to return to the masking and social distancing Israel thought it had left behind—but has begun to reinstate.

    Aran’s message for the United States and other wealthier nations considering boosters is stark: “Do not think that the boosters are the solution.”

    Or in other words, the vaccines, aren’t, says Israel.

  29. Boambee John says:

    stix

    One of the (few) amusing things about this shambles is watching so-called “progressives” like Non Compos Mentis applauding actions that once would have been anathema to them. Nurses sacked, and not allowed to take LSL to tide them over. Demonstrations greeted with massive, brutal, police force. Forced medical procedures.

    Once these would have caused outrage amongst those who call themselves progressive, not now.

  30. John H. says:

    twostix says:
    3 November, 2021 at 10:21 am
    In plain sight:

    Last night I was discussing the booster issue and said that because the booster shots are more of the same there is no reason to think that booster shots will provide long lasting immunity. Yet the government message is contrary to that. So thanks for providing that information because it confirms my speculation.

    Another issue I was discussing is that the government presents a binary choice for vaccination but not once have I seen advice about maximizing vitamin D(and magnesium because it is an essential cofactor for Vitamin D). Studies have revealed that vitamin D status is a very important variable in contracting COVID and the severity of illness.

  31. Not Trampis says:

    the nurse is involved had gone an unlimited strike.

    The humourless Blair didn’t understand this as usual.

    You cannot work in a bank, supermarket or even play cricket without two jabs.

    The vaccines are not a one-off. It is clear we will need an annual booster.
    mandatory vaccines are not new. Try putting a kid in daycare if the child has not been immunised !

    Amusing to hear being called a progressive.

    I was wrong it is 20 times

  32. Boambee John says:

    the nurse is involved had gone an unlimited strike.

    Non Compos Mentis supports giving strikers the sack. Does he/she/xe support bringing in “scabs” to replace them?

    The vaccines are not a one-off. It is clear we will need an annual booster.
    mandatory vaccines are not new. Try putting a kid in daycare if the child has not been immunised !

    In this case, the manufacturers have been indemnified against any and all adverse effects. Has Non Compos Mentis started a Go Fund Me page to support those affected?

    Amusing to hear being called a progressive.

    Ha, ha, ha, ha, Non Compos Mentis claims to be a conservative, just like 90% of his university colleagues. Bridge for sale!

  33. Lee says:

    Ha, ha, ha, ha, Non Compos Mentis claims to be a conservative, just like 90% of his university colleagues.

    His inner fascism has certainly come to the fore these days.
    His back-flipping and contortions against his previous strongly held views are worthy of an Olympic athlete or a carnival “rubberman”.

  34. Tel says:

    Slightly long, and a bit slow in places, but I found it interesting. Various perspectives on poor medical care in the USA.

    https://rumble.com/voboxj-stop-the-shot-caught-on-tape…html

    First section … I’m a bit sketchy on some of the legal details, and anyway it’s Arizona law. In a nutshell, the young lady is a attorney, and her father in law was isolated in hospital with only one bag of water over a period of 6 days … she is chasing down the hospital for breach of responsibility.

    Following that is a discussion of the toxicity of remdesivir (he explains the mechanism) – fascinating and horrifying. This is the official US protocol, nationally prescribed in the USA by Dr Fauci. Doing my own double-check on the statistics that he quotes: France has official COVID death rate of 1799/million (they declined to use remdesivir) while the USA has official COVID death rate of 2305/million (they did use remdesivir) so it does somewhat check out, although the difference is not huge, but you know, a life is a life so lower death rates are obviously worth making an effort to achieve.

    Third one is about a retired marine who got locked into hospital isolation … very sad, tragic ending. Goes right to the heart of so many medical trust issues.

    Fourth covers the NIH protocols and remdesivir again, similar to above but more of a legal point of view … also a rundown of statistics showing the ventilators don’t work (as if anyone still had doubt about that).

    Fifth, much the same … slightly different perspective about how central planners have overridden the doctors in most cases.

    Last one you probably already know Dr. Peter McCullough, recommending multi-drug treatment like he always does. Anyone who hasn’t already heard from him by now probably simply doesn’t care. McCullough supports “Regeneron” among other things, and gives a lecture on doctor/patient relationships, informed consent, etc.

    I should point out that remdesivir is one of the few antiviral drugs that have be approved in Australia so we are essentially working along something very similar to the Dr Fauci NIH protocol. If it doesn’t work in the USA, it probably won’t work here either.

  35. Tel says:

    I believe this is the NIH chart listing adverse effects of remdesivir, as discussed in the second part above (approx position 35:00 in the above video).

    https://www.covid19treatmentguidelines.nih.gov/tables/table-2e/

    It notes, “Drug vehicle is SBECD, which has been associated with renal and liver toxicity. SBECD accumulation may occur in patients with moderate or severe renal impairment.”

    The abbreviation SBECD, I looked up and it expands to sulfobutylether-β-cyclodextrin which cannot be metabolised, and in most people with healthy kidneys it will be flushed out, however it’s a large molecule and depending on how good the kidneys are, it can accumulate with nowhere to go, it just stacks up in the kidney. Once the kidney gets “behind” in processing, it’s a downward spiral, it gets further and further behind and you are heading for renal failure.

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