“You know what’s mandatory? Following the advice of experts”

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26 Responses to “You know what’s mandatory? Following the advice of experts”

  1. rosie says:

    Except when the expert advice doesn’t suit him.
    I can’t stand hearing him speak and even reading makes me shudder.
    He’s such a wanker.

  2. Farmer Gez says:

    Ditto Rosie.
    I detest everything about the grub.
    If you want a sickening experience, just have a look at his Facebook page. A truly inadequate man parading his family and “accomplishments” for public adulation.
    My parents taught us that being humble and not drawing attention to yourself were virtues in themselves.

  3. Boambee John says:

    If the advice of the “experts” must always be followed, what need is there for a Premier? Or a Cabinet? Or a Parliament?

  4. Bruce of Newcastle says:

    In Mexico the experts used to cut the hearts out of people to make it rain.

    Andrews thinks masks with pore size 100 times too large stop viruses.

    These people are not experts. They’re pagan ritualists.

  5. Not Trampis says:

    as opposed to fruit loops like you.
    some vaccines work so the problem is no more think polio or measles others like the flu only work on the latest variant and that can change within a year.

    What clearly should never be used with regards to covid is saying some-one is fully vaccinated.

  6. Chris M says:

    Depopulate Viktoria!

    Federation square might look OK in a few years after the jungle takes over.

  7. Farmer Gez says:

    Depopulate Viktoria!

    Taking care of itself.
    The smart retirement set are selling out and moving before Disaster Dan hunts their families down with death duties and more land taxes.

  8. Bluey says:

    He’s a prime example of the sort of politician I dispise. An entire career that’s never been anything else. Unfortunately both my state and federal MPs are the same, and funnily enough, both are Labor.

  9. Bruce of Newcastle says:

    Homer – Fluvax tends not to give people heart attacks and strokes. Unfortunately the mRNA vaccines do, and also unfortunately they both deplete certain T-cells and the antibodies they cause to be produced decline to zero after about four months.

    So by doing the Covid vaccine boogie three times a year you are playing serious Russian Roulette.

    I get fluvax every year, it works great for me. I find in practice it works for a couple years at least. But I have not gotten the Covid vax because it is not fit for purpose. Also the unjustifiable banning of alternate treatments by the TGA, PGA and governments really pisses me off.

  10. Boambee John says:

    Non Mentis

    What clearly should never be used with regards to covid is saying some-one is fully vaccinated.

    How many “jabs” have you had so far? Two? Three? Four? Keep lining up.

  11. Lee says:

    Thoroughly reprehensible, evil reptile.

  12. vlad redux says:

    “Experts should be on tap, not on top.”

  13. Shy Ted says:

    Get your truck licence.

  14. twostix says:

    According the these bozos brand new completely made up definition 2000mg of Vitamin C at the onset of a cold is now definitionally a “vaccine”.

  15. twostix says:

    ike the flu only work on the latest variant and that can change within a year.

    They create a new “flu” vaccine each year, and they barely work, less than 40%.

    These doses are exactly the same experimental drugs – designed for an 18month gone virus, administered over, and over and over again because they wear off after 10-12 weeks, and they barely do a thing against variants but, as they say, supply creates demand, and with 280 million doses of this stuff, it’s got to go somewhere.

  16. Not Trampis says:

    Bruce never have an operation you won’t like the odds if you understand them.

    The flu jabs only work for the latest variant in the northern Hemisphere. Thus it didn’t work for me. There are more variants than the latest from the Northern Hemisphere.

    If you do not believe boosters help you do not have one.

  17. Boambee John says:

    Non Mentis

    You still haven’t said how many “jabs” you have had. Shy?

  18. Mak Siccar says:

    And yet the evil idiot here in Viktoriastan continues to poison us, and the sheeple and the Karens say “More, more!”. I seriously despair.

    https://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2022/01/israel_a_profile_in_vaccine_failure_and_a_warning_to_the_world.html

  19. Not Trampis says:

    I have had three. I don’t see why I have to repeat myself.

    Sorry what poison is that. The ignorance of deplorables is mindblowing. What is being said Victoria is being said in NSW.

    The only poison to worry about is covid in your body

  20. Boambee John says:

    Non Mentis

    Since you hadn’t answered the question, you did not have to repeat yourself.

    The only poison to worry about is covid in your body

    Quick, get an extra “jab” to be sure, to be sure. And keep denying the reality of adverse effects.

  21. Lee says:

    The only poison to worry about is covid in your body

    Bullshit.

  22. Mak Siccar says:

    Ignore the bore – scroll the troll!

  23. Rex Anger says:

    If you do not believe boosters help you do not have one.

    So why have your fellow bugmen made it compulsory, Homer Paxton?

  24. Chris M says:

    They create a new “flu” vaccine each year, and they barely work, less than 40%

    Exactly TS. Chasing a virus that constantly mutates is a fools errand.

    Couple of years ago in US medical literature “The efficacy of the flu vaccine this year in the just past Australian season turned out to be only 10%”. You won’t see that in local media however.

  25. Boxcar says:

    Watch this space.
    Interesting development with blood donations, and huge shortages coming up.
    This link is saying vax blood has had its antibodies destroyed, and can’t be used for convalescent blood.

    https://media.gab.com/system/media_attachments/files/097/304/813/original/ef4da1481f4e4fa9.mp4

  26. Bruce of Newcastle says:

    Bruce never have an operation you won’t like the odds if you understand them.

    Yep. I had an operation with a general as a young guy. Later I worked out the general was entirely about convenience and billing, since op could easily have been a local. The odds for what I had done were inappropriately dangerous, but only being in my twenties I had no idea. And no one told me.

    That was over thirty years ago, and the medical mafia have gotten ‘way worse since.

    The mRNA vaccines appear to cause moderate to extremely serious side effects about 10% of the time. And they are ineffective against omicron. But by all means get them if you like such odds, it’s a free country.

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