Australian government has gone tyrannical

Gonrad

Sparrow
The place has fallen so hard that I sometimes hope the abo's will take the place back (as preached by BLM). It's gotten really ugly and I'm having a hard time functioning in it.

Americucks and Australiapitechus seem to not be able to adapt their genepools to an environment they were not made for. I mean, both are from Europe originally but they moved so far away... all that to become the biggest cucks of the planet?
 

NoFunInAus

Kingfisher
Americucks and Australiapitechus seem to not be able to adapt their genepools to an environment they were not made for. I mean, both are from Europe originally but they moved so far away... all that to become the biggest cucks of the planet?
Yes, that was their goal.

This is not 4chan (does that still exist?).

I also wonder what your goal is being so passive aggressive and snarky. There is a woman's section on this forum and it might be more suitable for you right now.
 

Gonrad

Sparrow
Yes, that was their goal.

This is not 4chan (does that still exist?).

I also wonder what your goal is being so passive aggressive and snarky. There is a woman's section on this forum and it might be more suitable for you right now.

Who are you? I didn't even talk to you or even notice you before. I advice you to think first before acting tough on the keyboard. It's bad taste.
 

Salinger

Kingfisher
Cold Chisel has been the only Australian band I can think of, that quit while they were ahead. Second after Jimmy Barnes (another story for another day lol), AC/DC needs to stop producing new material, and stick to being a tribute band of themselves. After AC/DC's last album "Black Ice", it is apparent that they are riding on the legacy of their reputation.

Makes me think that we should start a "Best Australian music thread". Show the rest of the world what real music sounds like! :D

I just heard Cold Chisel for the first time recently since they were never introduced to us here in America. Good band...
 
Australians really do not have a concept of liberty like in US. So many support this type of brutality. Many will believe he deserved it. One funny thing about Australia is when you ask someone what is the most recent book they read = they generally say "I do not read books". In other countries - people bluff or make one up. In Aus = people pride themselves on not thinking. The concept - the lucky country run by third rate people is true in many cases. Obviously - many good people here - as you see from the Aussies on this forum - like myself! Victoria also is not far of a communist dictatorship = rights suspended whenever the big man wants to
Aus and NZ are similar in this. And in social situations being smart or intellectual is a handicap. In the US it definitely is not, all else being equal(of course, you cannot be intellectual at the expense of being confident/charismatic/socially normal)

I did notice something which was really jarring in a Kiwi social situation/party. I was talking with some guy and we were talking quite normally all things considered. Then some girls came and he immediately switched to talking in a really boring/dumb/retarded way. I realise I am different and that I am quite analytical and guys are less emotional/flirty than girls so of course we would talk differently but it was so surreal how dumbed down his speech became. Almost like you are talking to little children(I don't dumb down my speech for children so I cannot confirm/deny).

Related: Veritasium videos showing what I mean




The first two videos are great examples. The third is hilarious, because a lot of youtube commenters, presumably Americans, think Vertitasium selectively edits videos to make people look stupid, not realising Aussies are that dumb.

Also there's cultural differences- in America, from what my friend tells me, people like to watch dumb people/retards on TV to laugh at them. It's the reason reality TV/biggest loser exists. Some people are attention whores, and realise this, so obviously to get on TV they say the dumbest things realising others want to watch dumb people and so will get selected for "man on the street" interviews. In NZ, people genuinely are that dumb on average, but it would be too embarrassing. So people might act similarly dumb on TV perhaps more in the US but NZ people are genuinely that dumb.
 
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fokker

Ostrich
We would've been at this "Corona-free" stage back in June if it wasn't for that filthy low-life jogger Floyd in Minneapolis, or for Ceausescu Jr using a private security firm for the quarantine hotels!

 
How are they going to sell Australians on mandatory vaccines with no cases?
Most likely will use a possible resumation of overseas travel as a reason.

Australians are a nation of international travelers. For example, there were around one million unique visitors to Bali from Australia yearly. In terms of cost, there is no competition.

Anecdotally, based on my own overseas travels, there is always an Australian accent to be heard, even in the most "off the beaten path" places.
 

HighTower

Robin
I did a freedom of information request and discovered only 73 ICU beds in a city of 700 000 people where I am located (not Australia). My brain is trying to assume incompetence over malice but I have to wonder if the officials are trying to cover the fact of a broken health-care system? That's ~9600 people per ICU bed and would only need 2 sick in 10000 to completely overwhelm the system. To me this is the real story not a wohoo jew flu.

Essentially they have widdled away the healthcare system to the point it cannot deal with anything but normal seasonal situations. Our government has brought up "death panels" instead of repairing a broken healthcare system. The scary part is these people believe they have their crap together and are doing a good job. It's like the weird kid at school nobody hung around finally gets to a position of authority but is really socially inept and lacks any sort of skill-set other than cutting throats and saying yes all the time to their handlers.

Really they just need a good old fashioned ass kicking to know their place. Even open handed, just slap them around until they are a sniffling ball on the floor and stand over them.
 
I did a freedom of information request and discovered only 73 ICU beds in a city of 700 000 people where I am located (not Australia). My brain is trying to assume incompetence over malice but I have to wonder if the officials are trying to cover the fact of a broken health-care system? That's ~9600 people per ICU bed and would only need 2 sick in 10000 to completely overwhelm the system. To me this is the real story not a wohoo jew flu.

Essentially they have widdled away the healthcare system to the point it cannot deal with anything but normal seasonal situations. Our government has brought up "death panels" instead of repairing a broken healthcare system. The scary part is these people believe they have their crap together and are doing a good job. It's like the weird kid at school nobody hung around finally gets to a position of authority but is really socially inept and lacks any sort of skill-set other than cutting throats and saying yes all the time to their handlers.

Really they just need a good old fashioned ass kicking to know their place. Even open handed, just slap them around until they are a sniffling ball on the floor and stand over them.
The perks of Universial Health Care. To win elections candidates promise "more frontline workers", dismissing the fact that there is also a requirement for "back end" staff/equipment as well.

Universal Health Care is more akin to rationing than anything else. If I was able and willing to cover the out of pocket costs, I can book an appointment with a specialist within a week or two, as opposed to a 3-6 month wait. In some cases, the extended wait times is the difference between life and death. This is not an exaggeration, I have seen first hand examples with family members.

Australia is fortunate in that there is a choice to go either the "Public" or "Private" route. The Government covers a portion of the Private fee equivalent to the cost if in the Public System. It means that there is a safety net for those without sufficient means, whilst also allows those with means to, to access required care promptly.
 

NoFunInAus

Kingfisher
I think you guys are not getting that this a way to get rid of the entire healthcare system.

"it's too dangerous to go the hospital to get treatment for my broken arm cause I fell of my ronkacycle and I don't want to get the rona so I won't kill granny!"

 

Dr. Howard

Peacock
Gold Member
Australian manufacturing and products used to some of the highest quality in the world before it was all dismantled under the 1972 Lima declaration.

Australia is one of the richest per capita resource nations in the world yet the standard of living here is dropping consistently every year. Compare that to countries like Saudi Arabia, Norway, Brunei that are also resource rich and have free education, healthcare etc

Do some research into technologies that Australian companies invented and gave away for pennies. Wifi being one of them

Between this kind of information and the healthcare/corona stuff it looks like Australia has the same globalist trajectory as Canada. The quality of equipment made in Canada even up through the 80s was incredible. The cancellation of the Avro Arrow in the 50s? was sign of international pressure to curb its manufacturing, especially defense.
 

HighTower

Robin
I think you guys are not getting that this a way to get rid of the entire healthcare system.

"it's too dangerous to go the hospital to get treatment for my broken arm cause I fell of my ronkacycle and I don't want to get the rona so I won't kill granny!"

Good point. I bet the dinks are sitting back realizing the lockdown and hospital closure is the best form of healthcare. If this is the case then its war on the common man and I have begun to prepare accordingly. There are very few of them and many of us and look forward to the confrontation.

The greediness will bring is there more quickly too.
 
I did a freedom of information request and discovered only 73 ICU beds in a city of 700 000 people where I am located (not Australia). My brain is trying to assume incompetence over malice but I have to wonder if the officials are trying to cover the fact of a broken health-care system? That's ~9600 people per ICU bed and would only need 2 sick in 10000 to completely overwhelm the system. To me this is the real story not a wohoo jew flu.
I'm not familiar with how healthcare works or about the number of ICU beds needed but I assume the JIT style system is just more cost efficient by a lot. Presumably you want to have backup things in cases of real emergency(like cheap storage/garage space being able to be converted to ICU in a pinch) but it would be very costly to constantly be under 30% or so ICU capacity.

From what I remember, a poster here, likely Aussie, claimed when he worked as an orderly or something for the ER, in most weekends the ER would be overwhelmed. I guess simply because you would have to be in order to not have chronic overcapacity otherwise.
 

HighTower

Robin
So wait...

According to the Australian government themselves, they had 1255 people dying from the regular flu in 2017:


And so far 907 have died from corona there?

So why didn't they shut everything down in 2017?
There was no geopolitical adgenda yet we can only assume. I heard the Port of Melbourne was sold to the Chinese and wonder, if their navy was smart enough to find it, have you seen any Chinese ships there flags flying?
 

Aboulia

Woodpecker
How does forced vaccination make total sense?
In the sense that tackling minor problems before major ones is a clear indicator of a government that has it's head squarely on it's shoulders. I know if I was in charge, I'd subject the public to an vaccine which doesn't undergo the normal safety trials, of which the manufacturers have no liability, to stop 0.27 of the average yearly deaths.

Are we clear?
 
In the sense that tackling minor problems before major ones is a clear indicator of a government that has it's head squarely on it's shoulders. I know if I was in charge, I'd subject the public to an vaccine which doesn't undergo the normal safety trials, of which the manufacturers have no liability, to stop 0.27 of the average yearly deaths.

Are we clear?
The funny thing, if you goto any reddit city thread, they are full on cheering lockdowns and calling non-mask wearers murderers. Yet, these same subs will often dismiss crime concerns and even mock victims for being naive to the tradeoffs of living in a big city. So being raped, mugged, or pushed in front of a subway train are merely acceptable risks to these liberals, but a 0.27 death rate from a flu, or a couple bad apple cops, means we need to tear apart or lockdown our entire system.
 
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