Published on March 11, 2021
Written by John O’Sullivan
This is a developing story. Mainstream media pulls original story of Australian sailors on HMAS Sydney suffering widespread adverse reactions to COVID19 vaccinations. Sanitized version refers only to “mild side effects” despite the fact the ship’s crew needed hospitalization.
This latest setback for the pro-vaccine lobby follows soon after the Australian government performs a U-turn on mass vaccination policy the day after the Australian Health Minister falls ‘critically ill’ immediately after getting his COVID jab.
So, whenever the mainstream media conspires to quietly ‘disappear’ web pages of a story it has already reported on you can bet something far bigger and worrisome is being covered up.
In this latest case, the UK’s Daily Mail yesterday pulled a story from their pages about adverse COVID jab reactions among the crew of an Australian war ship.
Direct from Australia, a valued contact told us by email:
“Our health minister is still in the hospital from the day after he had his injection! Not a word about the navy hospitalisations. What a way to take out a country’s military… In just one jab!”
Our contact refers to the story earlier this week of Australian Health Minister, Gregg Hunt, who was taken seriously ill in a “critical condition” after he received his dose of the untested, experimental vaccine. In a statement on Tuesday evening his office stated that Minister Hunt had:
“been admitted to hospital with a suspected infection, he is being kept overnight for observation and is being administered antibiotics and fluid.”
Hunt’s story, like this navy frigate shocker, has been toned down for the masses. When we attempted to locate the reference to HMAS Sydney in the Daily Mail it had disappeared. Even our diligent search on the reliable Way Back Machine took us to an unrelated article. Our contact explains:
“I spent quite a bit of time searching through their headlines, but couldn’t find the story. Wouldn’t be surprised if it has been deleted, though the link is still appearing … makes me think it was probably quickly taken down after initial publication.