Doxing Day

“I’m on the train to Montreal and they make you wear a yellow sticker to show you’re vaccinated.”

On Christmas Eve, The Australian’s most dedicated vaxxer, Jack The Insider, had yet another column – more or less a rearrangement of the same column – denouncing ‘anti-vaxxers,’ claiming everybody got ‘vaccinated’ voluntarily out of deep commitment to the community etc. There being little upside at the moment for the duped, Jack consoles himself that at least vaccination’s supposed foes will henceforth be easy to pick: “The good news is that for the most part, we know who they are now.” Regime loyalists who don’t like allusions to Nazism should ease up on yellow badges and enemies lists.

Meanwhile, on a flight from Tampa to Atlanta, a masker acts out the programming she received.
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16 Responses to Doxing Day

  1. howardb says:

    These people angry at the 7% unvaccinated—assuming some of them honestly feel this way—what do they honestly expect to happen if 100% of people get vaccinated? Do they actually think COVID will simply disappear—despite surges and lockdowns in fully-vaccinated places like Gibraltar with 40% boosted?

    We need to stop punishing the unvaxed for the fact the vaccines aren’t working stopping the spread.

    if vaccines are no longer the route to freedom, what the hell is?

  2. Perfidious Albino says:

    It’s such a shame. Jack was a good egg and entertaining read, but his own recent health (including nearly having to have his todger amputated) has turned him into a vax hysteric – literally every column is a recut of the same diatribe. Respect to The Oz in sticking with him over what must be a very rough time, but it’s unsustainable one way of another.

  3. Cassie of Sydney says:

    Week after week Jack the Insider’s boring schtick on the Oz has only ever revolved around clerical sexual abuse and now Covid hysteria and vaccination.

  4. Chris M says:

    for the most part, we know who they are now.

    Really Jacky? Because according to your own Murdoch media more than 90% of Australians above 12 are jabbed. That’s just about every adult and most kids. And they wouldn’t be lying right?

  5. Bushkid says:

    Are you sure that’s not a baggage sticker? I’ve never seen a jacket made out of material like that or such utilitarian stitching. It shouldn’t be too hard to get confirmation or otherwise if this tweet is accurate, or if it’s just some stirrer having a go.

    There’s enough real trouble around this whole business, let’s not get distracted or misled by someone having a “joke”. It just gives the pro-mandatory jabbers another reason to ridicule the sensibly questioning.

  6. Adelagado says:

    It’s a baggage sticker… for now.

  7. Adelagado says:

    Jack is a perfect example of how his own health situation affects his attitude to vaccinations. I know people in the same boat. Friends with poor lungs. Young mum’s with premature babies. They are absolutely terrified of the virus, with good reason.

  8. C.L. says:

    It’s now impossible to tell when somebody is making a sarcastic joke on all this and when they’re reporting something real.

    —————-

    I know people in the same boat. Friends with poor lungs. Young mum’s with premature babies. They are absolutely terrified of the virus, with good reason.

    Right, but at this point persisting with the ignorant argument that the unvaccinated are spreading the virus is simply malice. The claim that protesters are all agents of Qanon is not true. The claim that anti-mandaters are anti-vaxxers is not true.

    I’ve noticed that some males in particular seem to feel the need to butch up aggressively against the unvaccinated as some sort of compensating outlet for not being as indestructible as they used to be.

  9. Terry says:

    I’ve noticed that some males in particular seem to feel the need to butch up aggressively against the unvaccinated as some sort of compensating outlet for not being as indestructible as they used to be.

    Too much soy milk. If they have to wet their panties, then you must be made to do so as well.

    Of course, the real solution is for them to break out two adult nappies; wear one and bite down firmly on the second.

  10. Ed Case says:

    Week after week Jack the Insider’s boring schtick on the Oz has only ever revolved around clerical sexual abuse and now Covid hysteria and vaccination.

    The Australian has been running Sex With Minors stories for 30 years now.
    It’s always toed a hard line on Vaccination.
    My conclusion:
    The Australian is propaganda, no different to Pravda.

  11. Chris M says:

    The Australian has been running Sex With Minors stories for 30 years now.

    Never read it. Are they for or against?

    CNN etc… can’t assume.

  12. Ed Case says:

    Well, they’ve been running the stories every day for 30+ years,
    it’s drawing a long bow to suggest that they are against.

  13. C.L. says:

    The Australian has been running Sex With Minors stories for 30 years now.

    What do you mean, Ed?

  14. Ed Case says:

    Pedophilia stories/ Sex with Minors.
    Strictly speaking, Pedophilia doesn’t involve contact, just as, say, Francophilia doesn’t.
    But, The Australian have been running Pedophilia stories regularly for 30 years, if you only got your information from TV and the Murdoch Media, you’d believe that Australia is awash with it.

  15. Jay says:

    Legacy media, bro. The Australian was a reasonable paper back in the ’80s and ’90s. Ever increasing cuts and now it’s waste of time.

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