Is Australia The Stupidest Country On The Planet?
by David Archibald
20 October 2021
There was a bit of a kerfuffle in Indonesia in June this year. A philanthropist wanted to hand out free ivermectin, but was closed down by the Indonesian Government.
Covid cases continued rising, and government policy on ivermectin flipped to approval on 15th July. Then what happened? The media have been deathly quiet on the subject: the Indonesians have almost wiped covid out in their country.
Indonesian covid cases, from March 2020 to 19th October, 2021
Approval for ivermectin was given on 15th July. Daily cases peaked three days later at 50,039. They started falling precipitously to a low of 924 on 19th October. Indonesia has a population of 277 million people.
In comparison, Victoria* on 19th October 2021 had 1,749 new cases of covid, almost twice the total for all of Indonesia. Victoria endured interminable lockdowns, coercive vaccination campaigns, riots, and much public disaffection to achieve that result.
What does this mean? It means that Australia could end its covid problem anytime it wanted to at hardly any expense at all. Our government would be aware of what the Indonesians have achieved. It also means that any covid deaths from here on are state-sanctioned murder. Anybody dead or crippled due to the vaccines is not an unfortunate, random side effect, but something done at the behest of the Australian Government, not unwittingly.
Beyond the toll in human lives and suffering, all the cost and expense of dealing with this disease is avoidable. Help the Australian Government change its mind, as the Indonesian Government did. If your member of Federal Parliament won’t see reason, he is part of the problem, including the state-sanctioned murder aspect. Members of parliament see reason more readily if their seat is threatened.
*Victoria has a population of 6.5 million people.
David Archibald is the author of The Anticancer Garden in Australia