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September 21, 2021

Mullum rabbit holes

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John Millard, Mullumbimby (on the road)

How ironic. While the conspiracy-science-deniers of Mullumbimby are refusing to respect the well-founded health protection requirements against COVID, far away in remote west Qld, furthest from any COVID outbreak in Australia, the health-rules are strict, and willingly obeyed.

While conspiratorial ‘facts’ are being pumped from Mullum’s delusional rabbit holes, the Walkabout Creek Hotel’s licensee, McKinlay (near Mt Isa), has a far greater respect for peer-reviewed science and the health of its customers, demanding QR check-in or there’ll be no beer for you mate.

While Mullum’s conspiracists are shouting ‘denial of freedom’ (demanding a freedom that can quickly spread the disease) McKinlay’s bush folk see it as their freedom to obey good rules to help preserve a disease-free environment.

Aren’t humans an interesting bunch?


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6 COMMENTS

  1. Why is people who “do their own research” always make demands like “Just show me”. Can’t you do the research and find it yourself?

  2. Covid & jab refuseniks are nothing new in this far north coast area; health providers & schools around here have had to deal with no-vaxers for decades. It’s far to simplistic to shroud anti-vax beliefs in talks of freedom and rights. And it isn’t smart either. No one has the right to harm others – legally there could be a case in point for wilful harm. Anti-vaxers aren’t woke. They’ve been taken in by arrant nonsense.

  3. Just refuse anti vaxxers hospital treatment if the contract Covid.
    Put an ankle bracelet on them so their movement is restricted until they cark it or recover with major health problems for life..
    I am over idiots who are posing a risk to others.

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