Late last year I wrote about three sportsmen who had refused the fake vaccine, Liam Jones in the AFL, Deni Varnhagen in the AFLW, and Nelson Asofa-Solomona in the NRL, and let’s see how things turned out for them, among other exciting things.
Liam Jones was one of only a handful of AFL players to refuse the fake vaxxine, and so was delisted by his abominable club Carlton. This year he went up to Queensland to play for state league semi-amateur club Palm Beach-Currumbin, and now, given that the AFL recently dropped its clotshot mandate, is likely to take up an offer of a three year deal from Footscray/”Western Bulldogs” back in the big smoke, Melbourne, so he’ll be running around again next year in the big league, unsullied.
Adelaide AFLW part time player Deni Varnhagen was recently able to return to work as a nurse, for now, as she contracted the Sniffles, miraculously surviving, and was thereby entitled to a four month exemption from the fagcine. She’ll be unemployed again soon, unless her ongoing legal challenge to South Australia’s health worker mandate succeeds. She intends to play football again next year, likely in the SANFL state league, which has also dropped its mandate.
Melbourne Storm rugby player Nelson Asofa-Solomona returned to his club early this year, with the club saying he had “provided necessary information and certification”, which suggests he cucked and got the shots, or got an (permanent) exemption (near impossible). You just had to hold out a little longer Nelse, and now these trollops on Bourke st aren’t interested in you
Also late last year I wondered whether the 2022 AFL season would see a lot of collapses and even “Suddenly” deaths of players from vaggine injuries, as had been seen in European soccer leagues. Early in the season there were two seemingly obviously Goo caused incidents, first Hayden Crozier from Footscray:
Secondly, Port Adelaide’s Ollie Wines:
In both cases the incidents happened at the game, where there are cameras everywhere and it can’t be hidden, and from the way some people were talking it was clear that there were other things going on in the background, but not in front of cameras and so they were kept quiet. But, since April, there’ve been no other public vax related happenings on the field. Both men have continued playing through the year, whether they are ticking time bombs who knows.
Anecdotally now. I don’t know anyone who has died from Covid or gotten particularly sick from it. I also don’t know anyone who has died from the not-vaccines but do know through family friends three young people who have suffered seriously from them:
- male, about 20, after second shot last year got inflammation in the heart, and for almost one year was under instructions to avoid all physical exertion, though he later ignored this advice somewhat and still went to the gym; recently the advice was relaxed and he is allowed to play sport again. Given that myocarditis causes permanent damage to the heart he may not live to a ripe old age.
- male, about 20, after third shot this year developed breathing problems, cardiologist said inflammation around the heart (pericarditis), respiratory specialist said asthma. About six months later and he is still not back to full function cardio wise but ok generally.
- female, 15/16, after third shot this year was off school a month due to being unable to keep food down, is still intermittently sick and has seen a slew of specialists including a neurologist and they don’t know what the problem is except to suggest that it may be an immune system malfunction thing.
You have to have hope, dreams, so fwiw one day those who publically advocated for young people (with oldsters it doesn’t matter that much) to take these poisons should get a speedy trial and in a manner swift but brutal, executed.
Finally, I had also wondered whether once we got into winter the restrictions, even lockdowns, would come back. The opposite happened, all these state governments plus the new federal Labor administration have progressively removed restrictions as winter has gone on, so we’re back to near normal on paper, it’s just it’s not normal at all really.
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