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My radio/ TV/ Youtube/ Instagram interviews against covid lockdowns

Here’s a list to help me keep track. I’m listing these on the day I gave the interview, not when it was published.

Just for context, some prior dates as well:

Resigned: 9 September 2020

Handed over laptop and pass to DTF: 10 September 2020

Participated for the first time in any protest: 13 September 2020 – put out my boots

Wrote to the Treasurer Tim Pallas – published later on Catallaxy files: 13 September 2020

Second article that I wrote got published in AFR: 16 September 2020

First article that I wrote – published on Catallaxy files: 21 September 2020


Ausbiz (these people want me to BUY the interview! Absurd. Their email to me).

SBS News (Hindi)

Channel 7 (yet to be released – expected Sunday 27 September 2020)

Sky News (Peta Credlin)

Friday 18 September 2020

Neil Mitchell (radio)

Young IPA

Pete Evans

Saturday 19 September 2020

Matt Lawson [Instagram | Youtube]

Monday 21 September 2020

Albert Dadon Promo

Tuesday 22 September 2020


Wednesday 23 September 2020

Matt Wong

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The cheapest and readily available vaccine for covid19 is available right in front of our nose

To find out more about how cross-reactivity helps us fight covid19, see:


And these are a few of my tweets. Getting people to get a harmless coronavirus (common cold) would be similar to what Edward Jenner did with cow pox to protect against smallpox.


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Daniel Andrews’s double speak: Staying apart keeps us together

My two tweets and the short video I made:


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#LongTermCOVID – Pay no attention to the mad fear mongers!

I’ll compile more info as time permits. Now that the pandemic is conclusively NOWHERE in the range of Spanish flu, Chicken Littles are now crying that there are long term effects. Pay not attention to them. They are exaggerating as usual. Even in ordinary flu there a few long term cases.


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