Lebanon is down. Iran is next.
But let’s talk Australian numbers first.
2019: 1500 to 3000 Australians die of the flu in a normal year.
2019: saw Australia’s worst flu season on record, with more than 310,000 people presenting to hospital and health services nationwide.
2020: total Covid-19 positive cases to date is 19,890 (not necessarily symptomatic, just tested positive)
2020: Total Covid-19 death count for Australia according to Worldometer today – 255
Now, for the sake of argument, because Covid-19 is so baaaahd, let’s triple, no quadruple, the entire Australian 2020’s numbers because we’re only in the 8th month of the year – and compare them with their 2019 flu figures.
You make the sums.
Someone who can’t seem to do math is the State of Victoria’s Premier Daniel Andrews who said this week that the following tough restrictions were necessary to stop the spread of the virus:
- Cops may now enter people’s homes in Melbourne without a warrant to do “spot checks”.
- One person from a household can go shopping within a 5km radius of the home.
- Exercise is now no longer described as “recreational”, but as “fresh air” and can only be taken for one hour and no further than 5km from home.
- If you can’t work from home, the work simply won’t be done.
- If you’re caught disobeying the rules, the fines are between $1652 and $10,000.
- Weddings are completely banned.
Andrews said, “Where you slept last night is where you’ll need to stay for the next six weeks.”
Then he urged Victorians not to panic…
He’s not the only one.
The Kreature from Kanada, Dr. Tam, said physical distancing and mask-wearing could be in place for 2-3 years even with a vaccine.
And you’re probably going to do so while eating Bill Gates’ fake meat – another agenda pushed by your friendly local billionaire’s club – the Rockefeller Foundation, as they openly announce their intention to “transform the U.S. food system”.
No more meat.
And no more beef…as men around the world lose their MASK-ulinity in the mask craziness that is so crucial to the overall success of the Covid death cult, including:
- Checkpoints in New York
- Fines in Houston
- Police going door to door, everywhere.
Hey, but if you’re not living around a bunch of brainwashed people, life’s pretty good. Lucy and I are dancing and having fun and preparing for our RV-holiday here in Mexico. (One of the only countries in the world that still allows flights and will accept Americans).Give us a shout at dollarvigilante.com/Mexico if you’d like to find out more about my home country, why I chose it, and how you can move here without much fuss.
A place where everyone is responsible for themselves. Because they’ve always had to be. A community of people who look out for themselves and also for each other.
The local expats say this emphasis on self-reliance actually creates an environment where individuals happily give, exchange and benefit freely…a climate of reciprocity, if you will.
“Precaution, but relax. Just relax.” – Taxi driver in Nicaragua