As I recently wrote, the frenzied witch-hunting of Novak Djokovic is yet another excrescence of the sort of media-fuelled ugliness that periodically breaks out in Australia. Still, the mainstream media at least have the poor excuse of being driven by a desperation to generate clicks online and stave off their self-inflicted slow death for just a few months more. What excuse does Australia’s political class have for joining in an unedifying circus that has done little but embarrass us internationally?
The answer might lie in the feral reaction of the Dan Andrews equivalent of China’s online army of relentless propagandists, the foot-soldiers of the public health troughacracy and the nation’s politicians. Even after losing in court, the federal government threatened to spit the dummy and arbitrarily use ministerial discretion to chuck him out anyway.
It’s almost like the media-political class are feeling a teensy bit threatened.
Djokovic’s exemption might signal the beginning of the end of Australia’s draconian vaccine mandates.
When the politicians and media are peddling a narrative that being unvaccinated* is a veritable death sentence, an unvaccinated yet eminently healthy athlete who has been infected with the virus yet stubbornly refuses to even get ill, is an obvious threat to their regime of control.
The fact that the vaccines have done nothing to stop the transmission of Covid in Australia is never mentioned. More than 90 per cent of Australians aged 12 and over are fully vaccinated yet there are over 1000 new Covid cases per day per million. Compare that with India where only 44 per cent of people are vaccinated and there are only 13 new Covid cases per million per day. Or Japan, where even more people are vaccinated than Australia and there are only 3 daily cases per million. What is the secret of these Asian nations, and others such as Indonesia where there is less than one case per million per day?
Dare we mention the demon drug that the Covid class dare not allow us to speak of?
The head of Australia’s Therapeutic Goods Administration Professor John Skerrit insists that the success of all three countries in reducing Covid to virtually zero has nothing to do with their use of ivermectin. Just before Christmas he warned people not to try to import the drug, which would be seized at Australia’s border.
Meanwhile, in Varanasi, in India this week, teams of workers are distributing Covid medicine kits to rural areas as a preventative measure. They include 12mg tablets of ivermectin, the antibiotic azithromycin, Vitamins D, C, B, zinc and paracetamol. In Indonesia, the government has been distributing free ivermectin and vitamins to Covid patients since July. In Japan, the chairman of the Tokyo Medical Association Dr Haruo Ozaki recommended the use of ivermectin to treat Covid in August.
Djokovic is just the latest in a parade of Goldsteins whom the Covidians have ruthlessly demonised. Others include Dr Robert Malone, the inventor of the mRNA technology that was used to create the Pfizer and Moderna Covid-19 injections. Malone recently appeared with another Goldstein, podcaster Joe Rogan — a podcast which may well have been the most-watched in YouTube history… at least, until the tech giant quickly deleted it.
Why is Malone censored? Because he is at the pinnacle of his profession, an insider, and a whistle-blower. He has served as chair on US government health and defence committees, including the committee tasked with managing clinical research for a variety of drug and antibody treatments for COVID-19.
Malone is the antithesis of an ‘antivaxxer’; he has spent his life developing vaccines in conjunction with treatments and was shocked at the moves to prevent scientists from publishing peer-reviewed academic papers on drug repurposing and physicians from practicing medicine, as well as the ‘unethical mandates for administering experimental vaccines to adults and children (which) began to be pushed by governments.’
Malone is concerned about the safety of the COVID-19 genetic vaccines and the bioethics of how they have been forced upon the world.Spectator Australia
Appearing on the Rogan podcast as he did, a podcast with a bigger audience than CNN, Malone represents a dire threat to the iron rule of the Covidians.
In his way, too, so does Novak Djokovic.
No wonder they want him gone.
*Yes, yes: the tiresomely necessary disclaimer that I am not personally anti-vaccination and have in fact had a Covid vaccination, while fully acknowledging the obvious risks and shortcomings of said vaccine.