Australia has LOST its MIND with 6-mo boosters (Clips)

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Australian corporate-puppets have lost their damn minds trying to push boosters every 6 months onto the population—we’re up to the 5th shot—however, the more they push, the more people are waking up and coming to their senses and finally saying “No way!”

Australians are on their 5th Booster

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1.) Aussie Ad for a “Top up”
2.) Hey, you remember when the government told you to take an experimental drug?
3.) Redacted: Australia has LOST its MIND pushing boosters every 6 months (01)
4.) Paul Offit, FDA Advisory Panel “I feel very strongly about my “No” vote-—”Hell No”. (02)
5.) Stick your boosters up your ass. (03)

We top up every day. We top up to keep close. We top up to keep rolling, and we even top up to keep having a yarn. It’s time to think about topping up with the free COVID-19 booster to keep you and your not protected from serious illness from COVID-19. If you’re an adult and it’s been six months since you’ve caught COVID or had a COVID jab, talk to your doctor or health worker about a free booster today.

Authorized by the Australian government, Canberra.

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Hey, you remember that one time that the government like told a bunch of people to take an experimental drug and a bunch of people did and then it didn’t work? And so the government said, well, you need to do it again, and they did it again?

And then the government said, “You know what; it’s not working because other people aren’t joining the experiment,” and so, “Take it a third time,” and they took it a fucking third time?

And then they started getting mad at the people who didn’t fall for that fucking shit, you remember that?

Yeah. Tuesday was pretty fun.

Australia is on to COVID vaccine number five for those of you keeping up with the government recommendations. They will now give this to anyone who has not had a vaccine within the last six months. So they’re saying get these six months apart or if you have not had COVID in that time frame. So if you did get a COVID diagnosis, they make you wait six months from your recovery, at least, you know, they’re taking into account then your natural immunity, which is interesting because new research shows that the bivalent boosters are less effective against XBB.1.5 and we’re going to get to that in a minute, but the Australian health minister, Mark Butler, said this about this new requirement:

The vaccine booster advice from ATAGI is specific to the current Australian context in early 2023. For this booster dose, all available COVID-19 vaccines are anticipated to provide a benefit. However, Omicron-specific mRNA booster vaccines are preferred over other vaccines. (04)


So that’s a little confusing. You can get any COVID booster available. They’re not picky, but they prefer the Omicron booster. That doesn’t seem very solid advice. Just get whatever. Just grab whatever it seems like. It’s like vaccine bingo. Like, okay, who’s got the Omicron variant? We got Omicron variant. Like, who’s got the Delta? You know, like, this is- Bivalent boosters.

Now, this is interesting Australia is not authorizing these for anyone under 18 because they are acknowledging that this age group is not at high risk.

I did, in fact, sort of glance through the Twitter replies to this Mark Butler, and there were a few people who are saying, why can’t we get this for five-year-olds?

And I’m like—uh, because read—that’s why. “Read a little bit about that. “

Now, Australia will roll out this fifth booster. Even though news reports are that “Nearly a fifth of Australia’s Covid vaccine stock binned“, that’s the word for thrown in the trash, “amid warnings of a fresh wave of cases.” (05)

So this is showing that the country threw out almost 20% of its COVID vaccines last fall because they expired because people just didn’t want them. They just sat there until their expiration dates. Only 40% of the population had a fourth booster compared to 95% of the Australian population that had the first full dose. So you can see demand really waning, that’s less than half, that got their first full dosage of the post- of the COVID vaccine, but that won’t stop the government from buying up the vaccines clearly. Butler said that Australia already has 4 million Omicron boosters and has ordered 10 million more.

The pharmaceuticals don’t care if they end up in the trash or not because they’re paid for. It will care if you throw them out or not, it doesn’t really matter. Who cares what you do with them, right?

Now about these bivalent boosters.

A new study shows that they do not provide lasting immunity and are especially ineffective to the XBB.1.5 variant. This study was published in January, but it is still awaiting peer review, but it features researchers from Harvard Center for Virology and Vaccine Research (06) as well as researchers from Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston (07)

Here’s the title page of the study in case you want to find it yourself. I always like to give you the title page in case you want to just go Google it and share it with your friends. It’s called Waning Immunity Against XBB.1.5 Following Bivalent mRNA Boosters, because I do know that a lot of you watch this show and then you repeat some of this to your friends and you need links at the ready to prove that we’re not talking nonsense. I see you. I get it.

So here is the title page and here is the abstract telling us that what they did was test antibodies for people who received the bi-valent boosters and found that their levels of antibodies were about what they were either before the booster or within just three months. You see the conclusion there by month three, these markers declined essentially to baseline levels prior to boosting, and so, okay, that’s interesting.

Does that mean we will need boosters every three months, if the CDC gets its hands on this?

Here is what one of the head researchers told to the Epoch Times says: (08)

“Following bivalent mRNA boosting, responses to XBB.1.5 increase but remain low and wane within 3 months back to pre-boost levels. These data suggest that once a year boosters with the current mRNA vaccines may not provide adequate protection for an entire year for those at high risk of complications of COVID-19,” Dr. Dan Barouch, director of the Center for Virology and Vaccine Research at the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and a co-author of the preprint study, told The Epoch Times via email.

The Epoch Times

We covered both of those when they came out. So it’s interesting that we’re showing the lack of efficacy of this vaccine, yet more vaccines—and my worry is that the CDC will say, “Oh, vaccines wane after three months. Now we don’t just need them once a year. Now we don’t need them just every six months. We better just be taking them every three months, because the immunity is not sticking around.”

Even though we know that XBB.1.5 is the dominant variant that’s circulating on the globe (really, are you sure that’s not just $cience propaganda? ~ Penny), and that the bivalent booster is for BA4 and BA5. So that’s not even that same strain, but sure, go ahead, Australia. Order 10 million more. Why not? You get a booster. You get a booster. Just use up the taxpayer money. Get them.

And Australia, of course, has been really clamping down on free speech. Censorship and has been one of the most active countries around the suppression of information and data around this.

And you have in the United States today this Twitter hearing, you have Representative Nancy Mace, who admitted during congressional testimony. She said after taking the vaccine, she admitted that she now has asthma, and she has chronic pain as a result, and she said, you know, to be able to talk about this on social media, we were suppressed. We were hit. You were not allowed to talk about this. You were blocked, you were banned, you were suppressed, and it could have prevented other people from having the same pain. Same experience. If we were allowed to talk about it.

Congresswoman Nancy Mace Addresses Twitter Censorship

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“And the Twitter files were not just about Hunter Biden‘s laptop. Twitter files make it apparent Twitter worked over time to suppress accurate COVID information. Dr. Jay Bhattacharya is a professor of medicine at Stanford who once tweeted an article he wrote about natural immunity. Thanks to Elon Musk’s release of the Twitter files, we learned some of his tweets were tagged with the label of Trends Blacklist.

Apparently the views of a Stanford doctor are disinformation to you people. I along with many Americans have long term effects from COVID. Not only was I a long hauler, but I have effects from the vaccine. It wasn’t the first shot, but it was the second shot that I now developed asthma that has never gone away since I had the second shot. I have tremors in my left hand, and I have the occasional heart pain that no doctor can explain, and I’ve had a battery of tests.

I find it extremely alarming. Twitter’s unfettered censorship spread into medical fields and affected millions of Americans by suppressing expert opinions from doctors and censoring those who disagree with the CDC.

I have great regrets about getting the shot because of the health issues that I now have that I don’t think are ever going to go away, and I know that I’m not the only American who has those kinds of concerns.

Another example of what Twitter has done to censor folks is from Dr. Martin Kulldorff, Harvard educated epidemiologist who once tweeted, “COVID vaccines are important for high-risk people and their caretakers, those with prior natural infection do not need it, nor children.”

The Twitter files reveal this tweet was deemed false information because it ran contrary to the CDC. So my first question this morning of Ms Gadde, may ask of you, “Where did you go to medical school?”

I did not go to medical school.

I’m sorry?

I did not go to medical school.

That’s what I thought. “Why do you think you or anyone else at Twitter have the medical expertise to censor a doctor’s expert opinion?”

Our policies regarding COVID were designed to protect individuals.

You guys censored Harvard-educated doctors, Stanford-educated doctors, doctors who were educated at the best places in the world, and you silenced those voices.”

“What makes you think you or anyone else at Twitter have the medical expertise to censor actual, accurate CDC data? This is what Twitter did: they labelled this as ‘inaccurate’ – it’s the government’s own data, and it’s ridiculous that we’re having to have this conversation today.”

Dr Paul Offit – Clips on Boosters

Dr Paul Offit (FDA Advisory Board, director of the Vaccine Education Center at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia.)

I didn’t see the benefits. We really need much better data, I think, before we move forward on this, and I can only hope that it’s coming because I feel very strongly about my “No” vote there. In fact, the only reason I voted no was because “Hell No!” was not a choice.

It just surprised me that we were willing to go forward with this with such scant evidence of benefit. I think that could be phrase that I used was “uncomfortably scant”.

So you just sort of felt like the fix was in a little bit here, maybe that’s not the right phrase, but it was something that they wanted, and I felt like we were being led here with a critical lack of information.

Right now they’re saying that we should trust mouse data and I don’t think that should ever be true. I don’t think you should ever ask tens of millions of people to get a vaccine based on mouse data.

Dr Paul Offit (FDA Advisory Board)

NBC Philadelphia: […] And there’s no public data on that yet. What’s more, for these fall booster shots, the FDA is not consulting with Dr. Offit and the rest of the independent vaccine advisory committee.

The reason to consult us is because when you do that, when you consult us, that’s open to the public. So we’ll get all the data from the two companies, which then is available to the public. By not doing that, by simply saying, “We don’t need that advice,” what they’re also saying is, “We’re not going to be transparent about what we have to the American public,” and I just think that’s not fair.

If you clearly have evidence of benefit, um, great, but if you don’t clearly don’t have evidence of benefit, then say “No!”.

Dr Paul Offit (FDA Advisory Board)

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