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 Reporter whips up a storm about the unvaccinated

13.01.22.  It’s just as well the NCA reporter Liam Mendes declared that the subject of his article is indeed his uncle, although at the bottom of the second paragraph. Maybe Mr Mendes is unaware that the latest (within 24 hrs) Covid admissions into Australian hospitals are available for anyone to see—if it is to be included in the narrative. The gloom and doom of the Covid-19 pandemic has become the coveted talisman of acquiescent politicians. All through last year Queensland’s Premier terrified her citizens with lies about Covid patients clogging up hospital admissions preventing urgent “heart attack” victims from gaining admission. The premier sought to blame the federal government when it was she who mismanaged health funds. The truth is that Covid admissions were minimal and today there are 555 admissions, 30 in ICU and 8 on ventilator—see stats at bottom. Total deaths from Covid-19 in Queensland during the two-year pandemic is 11—eleven! The reporter writes that:  NSW Health says half of all ­patients in intensive care with Covid-19 are unvaccinated, but 93 per cent of people in NSW have received two doses of vaccine.

If half the patients in ICU are “unvaccinated” that means half are vaccinated—a 50-50 chance of ending up in ICU, vaccinated or not? Hmmm! Also an important matter rarely addressed is whether the Covid victim died with or from Covid. Age and co-morbidities are ignored in the narrative. Also, death certificates According to the ABS are more than 30% are in error! MM wrote about that here.

Source: Liam Mendes, NCA

Covid-19: ‘Unvaccinated hogging hospital beds and ruining my life’, says Parkinson’s sufferer

As the Covid pandemic throws the nation’s healthcare system into crisis, Peter Boyce is facing the gravest battle of his life – all ­because he doesn’t have the virus.
The father-of-three has battled the ravages of Parkinson’s disease since being diagnosed 3½ years ago, and had already endured an agonising wait to undergo neurosurgery that would dramatically enhance the quality of his life.
Instead, the procedure has been indefinitely postponed after his hospital was overwhelmed by an influx of Covid-19 patients, many of whom chose not to be vaccinated. “These people really don’t understand how selfish they are, their decisions are having a direct impact on people like myself, it is just cruel,” Mr Boyce told The Australian. (Disclosure: Mr Boyce is my uncle.)

“I’m getting older, I want to be here for my grandchildren, and have some fun,” he says. “I’ve just retired so it is cruel in that sense.”
The needs of the unvaccinated have now become a more sinister threat than the tremors that have robbed the 64-year-old of a peaceful retirement. And he’s angry.
“Every day lost from having surgery is a day lost from my life that I can’t get back,” he said.
“The surgery gives me more better days for more years, but it has to be done now.”
With doctors and nurses forced into isolation, and the unvaccinated taking up scarce hospital beds, elective surgery was postponed last week in order to alleviate pressure on the hospital system.
My uncle needs Deep Brain Stimulation surgery to lessen the debilitating effects of the disease, which robs him of the ability to perform the activities of daily ­living such as walking, feeding, washing and dressing himself.
Successful surgery would put him in a position to lead a good quality of life for the next 10 to 15 years, rather than slowly falling victim to the degenerative brain disease which has already affected his memory and mobility.
With the clock now ticking, he believes he has become a victim of the unvaccinated. Day by day, he is closer to becoming ineligible for the operation that will allow him to continue a normal life.
His neurologist, Associate Professor Wesley Thevathasan, said it was frustrating that the unvaccinated – who he believes are suffering from “susceptibility to misinformation” – were reducing the availability of hospital beds.
“The window is open only for so long for people to get their elective surgery to improve their function, their quality of lives, their life expectancy,” the neurologist of 15 years said. “The window does close, and so there is a risk that some patients may never be able to receive their surgery if it is ­deferred for too long.
Infectious diseases expert Peter Collignon of the ­Australian National University said a disproportionate amount of unvaccinated patients in hospital with Covid-19 was one of the reasons elective surgeries like Mr Boyce’s were being put on hold.
In Victoria, the health department is unable to provide a breakdown of hospitalisation and ICU rates of unvaccinated and vaccinated Covid-19 patients. However, fewer than 2.4 per cent of people admitted to hospital with Covid-19 in NSW from June 16 to December 25 last year were fully vaccinated.
NSW Health says half of all ­patients in intensive care with Covid-19 are unvaccinated, but 93 per cent of people in NSW have received two doses of vaccine.
Mr Boyce doesn’t understand why he has to give up his position in a hospital to someone who has elected not to be vaccinated.
“Imagine if somebody said, ‘I really prefer driving on the other side of the road, so I’m going to do that and you can all adjust around that and change the rules to suit me’. But here we are letting them drive on the wrong side of the road.”

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  • Muphin 13/01/2022, 8:05 am

    Another scare tactic. They have tried almost every trick in the book.
    To quote Paladuck, “this is a pandemic of the UN-vaccinated”.
    She is WRONG, again. This is a pandemic of the vaccinated. The vaccinated are, according to a Scottish study, 89% more likely to be infected than the Un-vaccinated.

    • Pensioner Pete 13/01/2022, 8:10 am

      Quite correct Muphin, anyone with even a scintilla of intelligence can see that with a claimed +90% of the population vaccinated, and since the massive outbreak of Covid/Variants, it is the vaccinated whom are the infected in hospital whilst the numbers of un-vaccinated in hospitals remains infinitesimal according to doctors and nurses whom have left in droves, due to the mandates, the reason they refused to be jabbed in the first place as they saw it first hand!

      • Muphin 13/01/2022, 8:59 am

        The issue of staff shortages in hospitals, ambulances hospitality and many other industries could be over within days IF the Paladuck allowed the 1000,s of UN-vaccinated to return tro work.

    • Disgruntled 13/01/2022, 8:31 am

      Sure thing Muphin,
      Paladuck is starting to look somewhat frazzled and the wheels are about to soon come off.
      Don’t forget the 30+ spin doctors (the PM only has 6; why does she need so many?) aiding and abetting her stupidity as well as a fairly compliant media who are no doubt controlled by her minders.
      Her decision on school is a shambles and is contrary to what the PM and health experts recommend.

      I reckon we need the good C. Q. Senator running the show either state or fed! Things would be then different!

  • Big Toe Hurts 13/01/2022, 8:12 am

    So of all those admitted to hospital with Covid as per the chart, how many of those were also: A. Vaxxed B.Unvazzed C. Smokers D. Alcoholics E. Drug abusers F. With co-morbidities G. Obese H. Elderly I. Accident victims (motor, domestic, workplace, gunshot wounds)?

  • Tamworth 13/01/2022, 8:23 am

    Firstly – the unavailability of surgery is for ELECTIVE surgery, surgery for cases which are not immediately life threatening.
    Secondly – the rule was put in place by health officialdom which so far has done nothing to indicate that they are on top of their game.
    Thirdly – Unvaccinated are not clogging the surgical wards.
    Fourthly – unavailability of medical personnel because of Covid is an important factor – and they presumably were all double vaxxed and boosted.
    Fifthly – the use of the word ‘overwhelmed’ is a blatant exaggeration trotted out whenever.
    Sixthly – elective day-surgery is available in major private hospitals who for some reason are not”overwhelmed’ and NSW gave them $30 million to help them.
    I feel sorry for him, as I do for all people on waiting lists for surgery – even before Covid, long waiting lists for knee replacements and heart problems etc were well known. My neighbour died while on a waiting list.

    • Botswana O'Hooligan 13/01/2022, 9:05 am

      The bloke needs a neuro surgeon and not an ordinary run of the mill hospital doctor so the question is one of are neuro surgeons and operating theatres now operating on people who supposedly have the dreaded and the answer is no, no, no, and no so it’s all rubbish in the main.

  • mischevious 13/01/2022, 8:37 am

    the wa policeman who is seeking a judicial review challenging the vaccine mandate direction has won again in court yesterday. prior to christmas he won an injunction not to be dismissed. unsurprisingly it has not been reported in msm.

    • Neville 13/01/2022, 11:06 am

      Probably not a gatekeeper-threshold item in the east.
      I heard it on news here in WA yesterday.

      • mischevious 13/01/2022, 12:25 pm

        a google search captures wa print media neville, it is a significant win.

    • Pensioner Pete 13/01/2022, 12:49 pm

      Cannot locate the link, can you post it up please?

      • mischevious 13/01/2022, 1:47 pm

        there isn’t a link to this story pp,

        here is a link to the original story before christmas

        this brave policeman has now paved the way for 6 other industries to commence actions on vaccine mandates.

        my guess would be that with boosters being ‘encouraged’ in other states whoever is running this fiasco does not want this information becoming public knowledge.

      • Pensioner Pete 13/01/2022, 3:37 pm

        Thanks mischevious, I had seen the first story of his injunction, thus was quite interested to see the outcome as you described. No matter, it is sure to surface soon with some of the fair dinkum independent media people who are exposing things the MSM will not in WA.

  • Tony H 13/01/2022, 8:41 am

    In 202o I did not know one person with Covid. Now in 2022 I know of several that have been affected and guess what? They are all double vaxxed!!! One being a daughter of mine.
    This whole issue is destroying our country and causing issues within families as we are bombarded daily by mis information by people with vested interests!
    Look at all the top people all with their own web of Conflicts of interest. Each with their fingers in the Big Pharma and Graphene pie! The Palace Duck, Gladys Big Nose, Chant, The QLD Gov, Health Minister Hunt et al. ( what a pity we cannot put up memes and pics!)
    If we were truly facing such dire consequences why wouldn’t we be using every means at our disposal? Instead we outlaw proven methods, silence alternative points of view and demonise them.
    Commonsense states that increased vaccination rates equates to lower numbers of ill people. Instead the reverse is happening, why? Quite obviously the vaccination program is a failure. So called experts squirm and obfuscate to save face and justify themselves while places like India who ditched the vaccines for Ivermectin are on top of it!

    The question needs to be asked, what is this really all about?

    • Bluey 13/01/2022, 10:00 am

      Cabinet meeting minutes (obtained by FOI)
      Let’s try plan X
      No, that won’t work.
      Plan Y?
      No, not that.
      How about plan Z?
      No hope.
      So nothing works?
      Not that either.
      (Break to watch 4th Test)

    • Disgruntled 13/01/2022, 1:22 pm

      Tony H, I saw a bit in the Courier about Pfizer not being much use even double jabbed (by a Pfizer exec.) and a booster needed and maybe?? another booster and so on and so forth. I searched for a news article and found this; Read it for yourselves!


      Gaaawd!! we are all gonna die?? Well the vaccinated ones anyway. Wonder how A-Z is faring in these stakes?

      • Tony H 13/01/2022, 6:30 pm

        The CEO of Pfizer cannot travel because he refuses to take the trial vaccine! What does that tell everyone?

  • god58 13/01/2022, 9:23 am

    The thing that really sh#ts me is the constant bullsh#t that Covid has caused all our problems. Businesses failed – Covid. People locked up – Covid. Families destroyed – Covid. Suicides – Covid. Covid Covid Covid. FFS Covid didn’t do anything. The only thing responsible for ALL of our stuff ups and disasters are government decisions. Piss poor politicians and bureaucrats one and all. The MAIN thing to be learnt from this fiasco is that whatever we are paying these wankers it is way, way, way too much.

    • Moree 13/01/2022, 10:04 am

      You are aware that this is a State Secret?
      You are aware that releasing facts is ‘disinformation’ and you could be jailed?

  • Not woke 13/01/2022, 4:43 pm

    There must be an election in the wind, Nine fake news has gone Full Soros.
    Every interview , political comment, or talking head ” Opinion ” is anti Government , conservative. Always Sleazy is asked to comment on EVERYTHING.

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