Quietly Buried

Payouts for Covid-19 vaccine injuries are set to explode more than 80-fold to nearly $77 million by July next year, Tuesday’s budget papers reveal.

The figure was quietly buried in the Services Australia portfolio budget statement, in a table detailing third-party payments from the agency “on behalf of other entities”.

Services Australia administers the scheme for the Health Department.

David Limbrick points out that the victims were maliciously injured on purpose by governments.
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54 Responses to Quietly Buried

  1. Mantaray says:

    Vaccine-lovers are rather like blowfish eaters…..

    “The Japanese delicacy fugu, or blowfish, is so poisonous that the smallest mistake in its preparation could be fatal. But Tokyo’s city government is planning to ease restrictions that allow only highly trained and licensed chefs to serve the dish..

    Geez guys; why be so alarmed that those playing the various forms of Russian roulette will oft-times die because of them? The feeble-minded who chose / choose to risk the gene-jabs for themselves and family etc are much the same as fugu-munchers, base jumpers, music festival tablet swallowers, and any other extreme-sport fan, are they not? They get a little recognition and raised self-esteem from their peers…and then they die.

    What of it?

  2. struth says:

    If you sent 9000 flu patients into old folks homes, what would happen, Notafan?
    You’re dumb, clutching at straws and wilfully twisting the truth, lying and doing all you can to pretend you weren’t dead wrong for the last two and a half years and in a state of hysterics.
    Your lack of self control and your selfishness and desire to be right, while being absolutely wrong about everything, has meant that you have been pushing lies and idiocies that may have led to others deciding to be jabbed.
    Their deaths you are partially responsible for.

  3. Tom says:

    Great get, CL.

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