Australian comedian Celeste Barber has a way of cutting through the spin. Her most recentexample of that – one that perfectly explains Australia’s current vaccination nightmare to a vast international audience. “A lot of in the video. “We did it well at the beginning – we did the hard part easily, and we’re doing the easy part hard. “But now, because , our Government didn’t order us enough vaccines.
“We’re freaking out, like, ‘Well, the lockdown worked before; let’s keep locking them down until they’re vaccinated. “And now we get yelled at by said Government.” She shotrollout. “Remember when Australia was on fire a couple of years ago and that guy that was the leader f***ed off to Hawaii? Same guy. The same guy that didn’t order enough vaccines but is blaming us for not getting vaccinated, and therefore that’s why we’ve gotta lockdown.” Many a vast audience overseas, where much of her fanbase is located.
“Don’t underestimate the impact or influence of this. Celeste Barber reaches a whole bunch of people not usually interested in politics but very interested in this,” wrote Guardian political reporter Amy Remeikis. The New York Times Australian bureau chief Damien Cave. Straight to the point, explainer. Anger with a smile about a Government that didn’t order enough vaccines and is now yelling at to behave and stay at home due to that mistake by the #sameguy (i.e., the Prime Minister) in Hawaii during the bushfires.” Barber, who shared a photograph after being against Covid-19 on August 12, has spoken at length about the vaccination issue in Australia.
In a previous video, she addressedby joking about the 5G conspiracy. “I wanted just quickly to jump on here and speak mainly to anti-vaxxers,” she said. “I want you to know that when I got my first Pfizer shot about a week ago, the nurse who gave it to me … showed you the 5G before she put it in the vial, which I think is good. “Also, I was amazed. It blew my mind at how small DNA fits in the vial with the 5G. “The nurse who has been a nurse for 20 how grateful she is that she can get all her information from people who sell hats at the market, and they know so much about it.”