What are you going to do then, geniuses?

You morons.

So you keep Melbourne in lockdown for longer than any other city on the planet.

You chase hard working ordinary Australian working people around the city streets with your, your, your BLOODY paramilitary halfwit pigs.

You mandate vaccines (you, yes YOU Morrison, you allowed this after promising vaccines would never be mandatory, well they look pretty fricking mandatory to me right bloody now).

You pursued an elimination strategy long after people like myself and just about any other derelict bum with more than two functioning brain cells could have told you it was a highway to nowhere. Smugly touting your low infection rates. They were never going to stay contained.

You keep spouting off about 70% vaccinated, 75% vaccinated, 80% vaccinated. We don’t know how many percent vaccinated but eventually we’ll give you… You who have given up and complied, a facsimile of freedom if you give out your whereabouts at all time via some creepy passport system.

You SWINE.

Well you tell me. What are you going to do when the infections keep coming? What’s the exit strategy? What’s the great, genius move that you’re going to make to justify the utter bastardry and destruction you unaccountable morons have wrought?

Bastards.

36 thoughts on “What are you going to do then, geniuses?”

  1. What are you going to do when the infections keep coming?

    You make a good point.
    Our Guvs, they are too stupid for words.

    Arky teaching your kid maths and martial arts so that maybe one day ‘straya might have a sensible future


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  2. You’re missing the point.

    They aren’t stupid – they have their exit strategy and future well planned.
    The only problem is that we’re not in it.

    Anyone who thinks this is just an Australian problem with silly, misguided and/or stupid politicians has got to have rocks in their head.


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  3. Anyone who thinks this is just an Australian problem with silly, misguided and/or stupid politicians

    ..
    I can’t tackle the whole world FT.
    All I can do is drag the dog that is Australian politics over to the pile of it’s vomit and kick it in the arse over and over and over again.
    And yes, they are morons, even if they think they’re getting away with shit.
    It’s going to recoil horribly on everyone, including them.


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  4. Us old fellas have been turfed.

    Of course the plan is to have the new dogs make everything go.

    It will fail of course and they wont ever work out why.

    Because they’re mongs


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  5. But we do know what they are going to do when inevitably the ‘vaccines’ fail.
    They will double down on stupid – just like Israel, UK and others are now doing.
    The government now reminds me of the scene in Terminator 1:
    “It can’t be argued with, it can’t be reasoned with. And it absolutely will not stop, until you are dead!”.
    This is what we’re dealing with, folks. And the vast majority of Australians have no problem with it. As long as they are ‘safe’.


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  6. Arky
    It’s going to recoil horribly on everyone, including them.

    I know it’s not going to work out globally the way they want, but it’s going to be the biggest shitshow since Noah took Lizzie on that Mediterranean cruise she always wanted.

    All these pollies/gov people are proving themselves untrustworthy – they are betraying their own people/country, so their puppet masters will “terminate their contracts ” once they have done what they’ve been paid to do.

    With the “vaccines” being the bio-weapon and their ability to “shed” their goodness on the non-vaccinated, the plan may not be able to be stopped. Or there’s enough unhappy survivors to make sure the responsible ones face “justice”.


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  7. Will unvaccinated Aboriginals be banned from swimming pools in Walgett, clubs in Gulargambone, cafes in Kempsey and shops in Moree?
    Sounds suspiciously like discrimination to me.
    Time for another Freedom Ride.


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  8. In NSW, from the middle of next month, fully jabbed people will be able to have visitors at their homes, go freely to work, socialise inside restaurants, pubs and clubs, and travel anywhere in the state.

    I’m a paid up member of the Peta Credlin fan club, but when Gladys Berejiklian’s version of freedom is held up as some shining example of decent public policy I feel like cancelling my FOX sub. Able to “have visitors at their homes”? What the….?

    The fundamental problem we’re living with is that when a certain highly successful Liberal Opposition Leader became the 28th Prime Minister both his brain and his balls shrank. Why he wavered and wandered so badly in the aftermath of the decisive 2016 election deserves greater scrutiny; the worrying about the press, the reneging on 18c, the unnecessary sacking of his Defence Minister, the confusing budgetary messaging and cigars, the knights and dames. These kind of own-goals don’t need to be shot when you hold 90 seats in the Reps. You set the agenda, hang the gallery. At the very moment for sticking proudly to principles and showing that come-what-may you would, for some unfathomable reason he fluffed it.

    And in missing the moment we’re still paying for the very worst of Abbott’s unnecessary wavering; the utter stupidity of offering Malcolm Turnbull so much as an easing of the foot off his neck, let alone a perch near the despatch box. Turnbull of course repaid Abbott’s generosity by banishing him to the backbench and trashing on national television what little could then be said of his two-year tenure. That done, he happily set about pumping up the tires of the Wets and their various friends while ignoring anyone so much as sniffing of the slightest Abbott-styled musk. The collateral damage of all of this we’re still dealing with since so many who jumped into bed with Turnbull hung around.

    Which brings me back to Morrison and the state of the Party that once promised to save us from the Gladys Berejiklian’s of the world. In 2019 you’d have been laughed out of town for suggesting that Morrison might preside over a government that could out-waste Rudd and Swan by a factor of six. But this clown has actually presided over the biggest peace-time increase in debt-to-GDP in our sordid spending history while increasing recurring outlays, trashing the constitution, and supporting the complete inversion of the meaning of ‘quarantine.’ Yet, amazingly, none of this comes close to matching Morrison’s wilful retirement of the defences that protect individual freedom.

    Which is why I will most definitely be putting some authoritarian ALP dunderhead candidate for the House ahead of the Liberal Party frauds when the time eventually comes.


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  9. I agree with you Arky.
    Just when you think there is a chance there is an end in sight to the bloody minded stupidity, Andrews doubles down.
    I suppose there should be no surprise at secular worship of the state with the premier in the starring role of saviour.
    The pundits and the moronic Vic Libs (yes you Tim Smith) are distracted from the appalling behaviour of the police because ‘shrine’ even though the protestors were outside, on the steps.
    We’ll see what today brings.


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  10. You mandate vaccines (you, yes YOU Morrison, you allowed this after promising vaccines would never be mandatory, well they look pretty fricking mandatory to me right bloody now).

    That spineless fake Christian PM boils my blood, his lantern-jawed, oafishness is simply testament to what happens when you distill shit and market it as pinot noir.


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  11. “Texas Jacksays:
    September 23, 2021 at 3:47 am”

    Superb. However Abbott was elected in 2013…not 2016…..but I note you’re writing in the early hours of the morning!

    I think you’ve explained best why I’m so angry at Abbott…his “unnecessary wavering” which clearly just emboldened those who hated him. Abbott, upon being elected, was no warrior, instead he was a timid mouse. You see TJ, I’m no fan of Peta Credlin, I suspect she may bear some responsibility for his meekness as PM and also, she’s got tickets on herself, she thinks she’s brighter than everyone else. The truth is that she’s not. I suspect her control and her dismissive conduct towards many in the party alienated a lot of people. That doesn’t negate the Machiavellian workings of Turdbull, or Bitchop, or Pussy Pyne but a strong leader would have banished Turdbull to the backbench. It was clear from the first few months that Abbott was weak…from his appointment of Stott-Despoja to a cushy role to his noble refusal to accept Bryce’s resignation when he should have to his refusal to widen the terms of the RC and so on…and that was before all the other hiccups.

    But to be fair to Abbott, I’m also furious at other so called “conservatives” within the Liberal party. Remember how in the senate, only last year, so called conservative Amanda Stoker and and so called free speech warrior, someone who’d worked at the IPA no less, James Paterson, voted to censor an Australian woman for her free speech. And then of course, Scumbag Morrison sided with Labor to censor Craig Kelly.

    They can ALL fuck off.


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  12. Senator Stoker was throwing shade at the Melbourne protesters just yesterday, while being selfied sitting outside with her laptop ‘earning’ her taxpayer dollars in sunny Queensland. She lost me completely at that point.


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  13. Also…the protests in Melbourne show just how discontented the Liberals and Nats are. They’ve all jumped on the bandwagon of “condemning the protests” rather than trying to understand the anger and rather than trying to make political capital out of it. Do you think, for one brief moment, that if these protests had occurred under a Victorian Liberal government, then Andrews and Co wouldn’t be making political capital out of this…despite Covid restrictions?

    Seriously, the Liberals and Nationals are a fucking joke.

    I only write the following to make everyone laugh…

    “so where was Matthew Guy and the Liberals in all of this?”

    Did Guy said anything about the elderly woman being pushed over and pepper sprayed last weekend?

    Did Guy say anything about Jews being harassed for wanting to go to synagogue?

    Silence.


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  14. A professer from the Doherty Insitute has reported that she is working with governments on how to “de-escalate” public health measures such as sign in apps and contact tracing once Australia reaches 80% vaccination, stating that the target will be to reduce rather than eliminate virus transmission.

    We’ll see what that means in reality.

    The CHOs might resent an outsider on their territory.


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  15. Cassie of Sydney says:
    September 23, 2021 at 7:55 am
    “Texas Jacksays:
    September 23, 2021 at 3:47 am”

    Abbott was elected in 2013…not 2016…..but I note you’re writing in the early hours of the morning!

    Thanks, Cassie. It was 2013 to be sure.

    I often wonder what might have happened had Abbott not been knifed so early, but I rarely conclude that he’d have held any conservative lines, let alone pushed back. What I think we could all agree is that in a nice home in Queanbeyan somewhere a sign should be erected: “The Liberal Party of Australia 1944-2015 died here.”

    Thanks for keeping the Cat very much alive!


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  16. In NSW, from the middle of next month, fully jabbed people will be able to have visitors at their homes, go freely to work, socialise inside restaurants, pubs and clubs, and travel anywhere in the state.

    Somehow I can’t see this happening. Either Beryl G doubles down on the stupid (again) over continued high “case numbers” or the “freedoms” above are magnanimously bestowed on the jabbed and the usual staggering incompetence of big stupid government makes them impossible to enforce.

    The latter is about the only scenario worth hoping for, although as someone observed here yesterday “this shit will never stop”. Which means schlockdowns, face nappies and all the other arbitrary, infuriating and utterly unacceptable abolitions of our rights and liberties continues for the remainder of our lives.

    Or until HOP Time is finally implemented.


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  17. the usual staggering incompetence of big stupid government makes them impossible to enforce.

    The latter is about the only scenario worth hoping for

    That was what I was hoping for too, Rabz.

    But then I forgot all about the vast, compliant and now conditioned-to-dob population. And now my heart is in my boots.


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  18. I certainly agree and share with all the sentiments expressed here . . . but . . .

    The consequence of the Libs being squashed is that we’ll be faced with a Labor/Greens (filth) Federal Govt for probably at least 6 years.

    Now that may be the consequence of what the Libs have inflicted on us, but the alternative is actually considerably worse – which I know is about the only thing the current mob hang their hat on.

    I’m nearly 61, and by the weight of averages I’ve got around 25 years left – the thought of the situation getting even worse for quite a number of years does leave me with a feeling of dread.

    And it’s no use saying just leave (either Victoria or Australia) as I have 2 daughters and a son and a grand-child on the way.

    I suppose that’s why I try to optimistic that eventually good will eventually win-out (however long it may take). I just hope to be around, and in good health, to enjoy it and see it.


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  19. Picture of a pig – have you seen the best show on TV, SBS 5.30ish, Forged in Fire. Home ironsmiths making past weapons of war. In the last 10 minutes one of the judges takes to a pig carcass with the newly made weapon. Don’t try this at home! Snicker.


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  20. Do you think, for one brief moment, that if these protests had occurred under a Victorian Liberal government, then Andrews and Co wouldn’t be making political capital out of this…despite Covid restrictions?

    Of course they would make the most out of it.
    As would many of those not in politics; on Twitter and elsewhere and in the MSM who are condemning the tradies’ protests now.
    In fact many of those same people would be condemning the police for their thuggishness and overreach, if the LNP was the state government.


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  21. I live in a small northern goldfields town here in the state of St M of the McClown clan.
    I will be selling tickets to watch the comedy that will ensue when St M decides to punish all us unclean unjabbed subhumans.
    I have watched the repetitive throwing of tax dollars at our indigenous inhabitants, with zero tangible results and can’t wait to see how St M is going to enforce jabs. The local coppers will either have to go along with the mandates and fail miserably or they will have to devise some strategy that will allow them to ignore the mandates. Then they will have grumpy old bastards like me pointing out their double standards and describing it as it is. Racism.
    Our indigenous friends will treat this with the disdain they treat anything else that requires them to behave like the rest of society and I will applaud them.


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  22. How is it that authoritarians are able to constantly tell us locking down harder will fix the problem and that the answer is more government incessantly? Largely because they are able to gaslight incessantly without fear of being outed. Today the gaslight was around the protests at the anzac memorial, even though the images showed nothing more than people congregating in a place, this was editorialised as some kind of sodom and gomorrah moment. Enabling the gaslighters by voting for their preferred candidates is unlikely to change the gaslighting behaviour, just entrench it more.


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  23. What’s the exit strategy?

    Summer.

    No its not … the numbers are fake, summer would only work if the numbers were real
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  24. Well said Arky.

    My 2 cents worth.
    And we climb out of this septic tank and then what? This fucking thing was at worst a v bad flu and we went full retard from April 2020.
    What happens when the next Shang Hai headcold comes along ? Andrews and the Xunts have set an awful awful template for others to follow.
    In the words of Col. Nathan R Jessup, all they have done is weaken a nation.


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  25. They will stop counting and normal ‘flu” will be back in the statistics as cause of death.

    from the stats posted earlier, this chicom bioweapon experiment has the same mortality roughly as pneumonia.


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  26. Which is why I will most definitely be putting some authoritarian ALP dunderhead candidate for the House ahead of the Liberal Party frauds when the time eventually comes.

    thats particularly stupid. donkey vote or give your vote to a minor party and preference to the cretinous libs. do you have half a brain? vote in the xunts who salivate over social credit? the same pricks who would abuse it in a heart beat.


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