I’m a teller of stories, I’m a singer of songs
I am Albert Namatjira, I paint the ghostly gums
I’m Clancy on his horse and I’m Ned Kelly on the run
I’m the one who waltzed Matilda
I am Australian.
We are one, but we are many
And from all the lands on earth we come
We share a dream, we sing with one voice
We are Australian.
Protestors were one and many on 20 November 2021 across Australia, New Zealand and most cities worldwide. An estimated 500,000 protested in Melbourne alone. Roland Chrystal, who took the above video footage at the Sydney protest, is a police officer who served 31 years with New South Wales police. He resigned in protest at the totalitarian actions being enforced, which he speaks about with Monica Smit, here.
Police officers generally are accustomed to trusting the orders and directives that come down from above … I resigned so that I could speak to you all, to remind you of why you joined the police force. You didn’t join to become a tool of oppression … I actually never enforced any Covid legislation. I flatly refused. In my mind it was not legitimate. Our code of conduct and our statement of values in NSW Police require us to act with integrity and to uphold the rule of law and also to maintain rights and freedoms. How do you do that if you knowingly are going to enforce mandates that breach all of those?
The conflicts of interest in Australia’s public health institutions and leaders are shown in the 20 minute documentary Conflict of Interest: Covid in Australia. None of these people or institutions have the skill, or the good intent, or the right to reset society. Yet they are all bought into the “build back better” agenda, and dragging the rest of us along for the ride. I do not comply.
Professor Günter Kampf, Consultant Hospital Epidemiologist and Associate Professor for Hygiene and Environmental Medicine at the University of Greifswald, Institute for Hygiene and Environmental Medicine, Germany, wrote the following in a letter to The Lancet medical journal.
In the USA and Germany, high-level officials have used the term pandemic of the unvaccinated, suggesting that people who have been vaccinated are not relevant in the epidemiology of COVID-19. Officials’ use of this phrase might have encouraged one scientist to claim that “the unvaccinated threaten the vaccinated for COVID-19”. But this view is far too simple.
There is increasing evidence that vaccinated individuals continue to have a relevant role in transmission. In Massachusetts, USA, a total of 469 new COVID-19 cases were detected during various events in July, 2021, and 346 (74%) of these cases were in people who were fully or partly vaccinated, 274 (79%) of whom were symptomatic. Cycle threshold values were similarly low between people who were fully vaccinated (median 22·8) and people who were unvaccinated, not fully vaccinated, or whose vaccination status was unknown (median 21·5), indicating a high viral load even among people who were fully vaccinated.
In the USA, a total of 10 262 COVID-19 cases were reported in vaccinated people by April 30, 2021, of whom 2725 (26·6%) were asymptomatic, 995 (9·7%) were hospitalised, and 160 (1·6%) died.
In Germany, 55·4% of symptomatic COVID-19 cases in patients aged 60 years or older were in fully vaccinated individuals,4 and this proportion is increasing each week. In Münster, Germany, new cases of COVID-19 occurred in at least 85 (22%) of 380 people who were fully vaccinated or who had recovered from COVID-19 and who attended a nightclub.
People who are vaccinated have a lower risk of severe disease but are still a relevant part of the pandemic. It is therefore wrong and dangerous to speak of a pandemic of the unvaccinated. Historically, both the USA and Germany have engendered negative experiences by stigmatising parts of the population for their skin colour or religion.
I call on high-level officials and scientists to stop the inappropriate stigmatisation of unvaccinated people, who include our patients, colleagues, and other fellow citizens, and to put extra effort into bringing society together.
In this exclusive interview with Mads Palsvig, Planet Lockdown discuss the big financial picture of how the world works and how the Covid saga fits into it. He was a banker in London trading government bonds for large banks and noticed malfeasance in behaviors of the central banks. He describes how the United Nations and it’s agencies, the World Bank and IMF, cripple countries with debt and leverage that debt over them to control them. A must watch to have a fresh perspective on high finance and how the world’s power structure truly works.
They really are the Mafia. They really are a crime syndicate. They really are out to destroy peoples’ lives, livelihoods and entire countries as well … It’s very easy to see that it is the banks who decide who becomes wealthy and who doesn’t. But actually it’s worse than that, because it is the banks that are producing the majority of a nation’s monetary base. So that means that in the countries where they increase the monetary base, and create a lot of debt, a lot of loans, those countries do very very well. In other countries, like the third world countries coincidentally, where they do not create a lot of debt, and do not create a huge monetary base, they can hardly scrape by. And that is on purpose.
The wealthy world has been smug in its sense of security. If we think they wouldn’t come after us, we should think again. Our time is now. It is happening in the name of “Covid Safety”.
I do not comply.