BLM Locks Down Victoria

Whoever could have seen that coming?


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3 Responses to BLM Locks Down Victoria

  1. Peter says:

    Quote from the article:

    “It comes as two protesters who attended the Black Lives Matter rally have had their COVID-19 cases linked to the outbreak in Melbourne’s public housing towers.

    Health authorities have confirmed the link without saying if the protesters lived, visited or were close contacts of those in the towers, The Australian reports.

    The public housing cluster has seen at least 242 cases.

    Chief Health Officer Brett Sutton previously said it was unlikely the protesters caught the virus at the rally in Melbourne’s CBD which was attended by 10,000 people on June 6.

    The link does not necessarily mean the protesters were the original source of the public housing tower outbreak, which is the state’s largest cluster to date.”

    — End quote —

    So the “link” is that two infected people who attended the 10,000 people BLM-rally were either living in the towers, visited or were close contacts of people who lived there.

    Nice link. :-)

  2. Gummans Gubbe says:

    They say there is a “link” to the protests. But it is of course dangerous to say that, so they state that “The link does not necessarily mean the protesters were the original source of the public housing tower outbreak” at the end…

    The Dunning-Kruger effect is that an ignorant person have strong and incorrect views on various topics.

    When the experts said that the racist demonstrations did not spread the wuhan virus the Dunning-Kruger in me grew strong. Same as the first time I heard about the global warming. Same as when the worlds leading experts recommended travel to kina in March 2020.

    It is almost as if everything the media approved experts states is wrong. What are the odds?

  3. dearieme says:

    There are three sorts of black lives in Australia.

    (i) Abos. Poor bastards, but I wouldn’t have the brass neck to attempt to tell Aussies how to deal with the problem. Not least because they’ve tried umpteen things over the years without much success.

    (ii) Melanesian islanders – descendants of people brought in as indentured labour to work in the sugar fields in Queensland. The ones I’ve seen have been cheerful chaps, apparently in a far better state that the Abos.

    (iii) Recently admitted immigrants from Africa – what can you say?

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