A companion for podcast episode “NSP042 – COVID-19 was just a story”, I spoke to Andrew Roberts, a veteran Melbourne comedian of 15 years who found new purpose when the tyranny of Melbourne’s COVID-19 lockdowns struck back in 2020.
Andrew was amongst the first to hit the streets in protest, and was harassed, assaulted and detained by police. He was ostracized by family, friends and much of the comedy community for his views, and banned on social media.
Despite this, Andrew continued to find humor in the situation, and believes the actions of the protesters were instrumental in winning the war against Dan Andrews and tyrannical regime.
Believe what you will about the extreme restrictions inflicted on Melbourne during the COVID-19 pandemic, Andrew’s story is one of principled persistence and courage.
Let’s hear him challenge the narrative.
Or, if you prefer to watch the video version, follow this YouTube link, while it lasts: https://youtu.be/vKlijLvQzog
The COVID-19 pandemic majorly affected the entire world.
But now that the data is in, and the pandemic is seemingly in it’s final phase; with the benefit of hindsight, does our global response seem proportionate? Have those of us who had doubts and questions in the midst of an purported global apocalypse been vindicated in the long term?
And do we even care anymore? Pandemic fatigue is real!
But I guess we care just enough to have one last look at it!
Kary Mullis on the PCR test:
CDC changes the definition of “Vaccine” mid-pandemic:
Mattias Desmet: How Covid Happened (mass formation psychosis):
Bret Weinstein: I will be vindicated over Covid:
Comparing COVID-19 with previous pandemics:
Oops, I said Moderna — it was AstraZenica:
A timeline of the great reset agenda:
8 predictions for the world in 2030 – the Great Reset video:
Quarantine shaming and mask shaming are new concepts that have risen out of the COVID-19 pandemic crisis, but cancel culture in general was shaming people before it was cool.
These social pressures have rapidly become issues we have to deal with every day, especially those of us who entertain alternative views. But it wasn’t always this way.
Harv sits down (virtually) with film-maker, musician and podcaster Keith “Legion” Snyder to talk about his take on this new cultural phenomenon as a self-proclaimed but non-conforming millennial.
Check out Keith’s film production company Ironark Films: https://www.youtube.com/user/ironarkfilms
And if you enjoy their stuff, go like their Facebook page here: https://www.facebook.com/ironarkfilms
Intro clip from Prison Break Season 4 Episode 12: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DmgEBR7n6Jk