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The little rainbow book

Confused by the double standards of the Left? So you should be

18 December 2021

9:00 AM

18 December 2021

9:00 AM

China’s exports have boomed since coronavirus. Covid-19 was probably made in a Chinese lab, but the Chinese Communist Party’s trade has skyrocketed well beyond gain of function exploits. Take their social credit score system. Chinese leaders can probably barely believe how quickly Western countries have adopted its system of controlling what people can do based on whether they do as they’re told.

Vaccine passports are now more common than a ‘get your 6th coffee; free card. Our Covid check-in apps will probably have this feature in about 2023.

The largely compliant Australian population has only encouraged governments to control us more. And given the success of the ‘green tick’ in condemning the ‘anti-vaxxers’ to misery, why wouldn’t governments seek to eradicate other behaviour they view as undesirable?

So get ready for Vaccine Passport 2.0 – perhaps it will be renamed the Woke Passport and it can ensure that safe spaces are extended beyond just a university campus. Best to start preparing now for your social credit future so here is a preview of the mortal sins the ‘little rainbow book’ will outlaw.

Study these principles closely because there is a fine line between acceptable and unacceptable conduct under the yoke of the Woke religion.

For example, international air travel is a big no-no given its horrendous carbon ‘footprint’. However, there are important distinctions here. Take the purchase by Twiggy Forrest’s Fortescue Future Industries of a private jet – a second-hand Bombardier Global 6000, bought in May for the use of chief executive Julie Shuttleworth. That may appear to be an example of gross hypocrisy but once you understand ‘rainbowism’ in all its truth you will accept that these are necessary indulgences on the path to a better world.

And the corollary, of course, is that flying Jetstar to Bali is a crass example of how Australian bogans have no respect for the planet. Just look at how much the world has cooled thanks to the grounding of all those Jetstar planes during the coronavirus pandemic and lockdowns.

Which brings me to perhaps the most dissonant chapter of the little rainbow book. There is almost no reason not to take the vaccine. It has been proven safe and effective. There are, of course, rare side effects for some and that understandably can cause mental anguish in family members who have seen their loved ones afflicted. Still, no amount of anxiety can allow for us to provide ‘mental health’ exemptions from getting the vaccine. That would be voodoo science.

You will not be permitted to point out that modern abortion laws in Australia allow expectant mothers to terminate a baby’s life after 22 weeks for the sole reason that is affecting their mental health. Remember the mantra ‘my body, my choice’?

There will still be some who complain that the Big Pharma companies are not providing their vaccines to poor countries in sufficient amounts. But as World Bank President, David Malpass, recently explained, ‘Pfizer has been hesitant to go into some of the countries because of the liability problems, they don’t have a liability shield’. Do not ask why they need liability protection if the side effects are only very rare.

While it is now acceptable to discuss whether the coronavirus came from a lab, under no circumstances did Dr Anthony Fauci or his team engage in ‘gain of function’ research. Well, yes, there may have been some cooperation with Wuhan scientists in increasing the functionality of a virus to infect humans, but anyone claiming that this is gain of function doesn’t understand the science!

You must all accept that ivermectin is a dangerous horse medicine that no responsible doctor can prescribe. Yet kids must be subject to maximum peer pressure to get the shot regardless of whether the virus impacts them or not. Oh, and don’t forget, ‘don’t do drugs kids’.

On the subject of children, Catholic education must be subject to permanent ridicule because of the shocking child sex scandals involving priests decades ago. But no questions can be asked of celebrities who associated with convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein.

Also, QR-code check-ins are necessary so that our loving government knows where we are all the time, but establishing a public sex-offenders register would be a gross breach of human rights.

The acquittal of Kyle Rittenhouse was the most shocking miscarriage of justice since George Pell but Alec Baldwin should never be brought to trial.

People complaining that we may face food shortages because we have relied on China for urea (that is a fertiliser made from natural gas) are dinosaurs that do not realise the imminent potential of hydrogen. Wait, is this the same hydrogen that the Germans used to such great success in zeppelins about 100 years ago?

But petrochemicals can still be used if made into superglues that allow our brave climate heroes to stick themselves to roads and make thousands late for work, school and doctor’s appointments.

Money in politics is a terrible evil. The 2019 climate election was only lost because Clive Palmer spent too much money. But Simon Holmes à Court is raising millions in philanthropic funds to ensure that ‘Voice of’ campaigns give true grassroots expression to the frustrations of the oppressed masses of Double Bay and Toorak.

And that election next year may mean you have just six months or so to learn the rainbow book’s tenets or else face the consequences. As the head of the Queensland Medical Association humanely expressed ‘Life will be miserable without being vaccinated. You won’t be able to hide’.

So best to update that check-in app via the Apple or Google Play store asap before the final, most transmissible and most lethal Covid variant yet – known as communism – arrives. As Chairman Mao said, ‘Communism is not love. Communism is a hammer which we use to crush the enemy’.

So the choice is clear next year. Vote for the rainbow future or re-elect a government that, however imperfect, is standing up to China’s bullying and aggression.

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