And a couple of threads to unspool
If you read through the pre-election 2022 federal budget you will find some very horrific numbers in there. The government spent $61 Billion on covid in 2021. That of course includes the $700 bonus payment for testing positive (yay, lets pay to pump up the numbers!), additional funding to hospitals (spent on admin, PPE, poor record keeping, expanding paid parking hospital carparks - but virtually nothing on actual health care, spending on which went down due to restrictions on non-essential surgery and consultations), expanding government bureaucracy, and of course Big Pharma. The Federal government of course refuses to release any details of the commercial agreements citing 'commercial in confidence' but I understand from the government's press releases that enough vaccines doses were purchased to vaccinate every man, woman and child in this country ten times over - with a product that is entirely unstable at anything outside deep freeze storage and has a shelf life of less than a year. This is called money laundering.
If the unvaccinated get smart and start having lots of children they shall inherit the earth in 50 years time
Great analysis here, I haven't seen any attempts on confirming the actual uninjected % of the Aussie population until now.
How I loathe Mark McGaowan and the publicly funded media machine he uses to spread lies.
Another great resource about cvd shenanigans in the US and elsewhere is https://www.coffeeandcovid.com/ This guy, a Florida lawyer, has an amusing writing style too.
i have researcher covid since outset. masks are one of our best weapons to slow covid spread. that is well know and dates back to 2020. i made a documentary as well. masks do not reduce O2 intake of CO2 outlet either as i have seen false claims about that too. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=itI9cIrfHbU&t=4s masks will have to be mandated again to stop the surge in australia. masks are now a permanent part of life. https://blog.justgeorgeous.net/justgeorgeous/current-research/sars-cov-2/australia-and-new-zealand-have-gone-from-being-the-best-in-the-world-to-the-worse-in-the-world/