No, You’re A Leper



KN writes:

A small sample of pro-jabber outrage against the new lepers this week. A grisly antidote to your account of Kathy Sheridan’s twitter horror about anti-vaxxers…

Earlier: Insight To Hatred

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107 thoughts on “No, You’re A Leper

    1. Cian

      Liar. No it isn’t the exact opposite.

      The exact opposite would be “unvaxed carry a higher lower viral load if infected” which is NOT what Dr Fauci said.

      And the remainder of that video is lie after lie after lie.

    1. scottser

      I hope I see Joe O’Shea eating a burger, drinking a pint or smoking a fag some day. I’ll slap it out of his gob and give him a faceful about how stupid, irresponsible and inconsiderate to the rest of us he is.

      1. goldenbrown

        yep and do please let me know when and where so I can come along to watch while you do it

        don’t forget to give the above parties a call too…they’d feel very left out if they couldn’t make some sensational Telly and Radio content out of it all

      2. JD

        Surely threats of violence against public figures is a violation of the terms and conditions of this platform broadsheet? If anyone reads or moderates these…

    1. SOQ

      Indeed- empty vessels make the most noise etc.

      But when you look at some of the people who have, or will, put not just their jobs but possibly careers on the line over these vaccines- scientists, medical specialists, GP’s, nurses etc- all educated and experienced people; you would have to very blinkered in your view as to not stop and wonder what it is these people feel so strongly about.

      1. Micko

        Starts with fear – this is where it leads. :-(

        The lad calling for no access to public health is a real shocker.

        I wonder if they ever thought they could be this radicalised 18 months ago. Probably nice people

        1. E'Matty

          Yeah, though we can now all see just how easy and quick it is to turn an otherwise reasonably rational society in hysterical authoritarians. These people are fully convinced that their calls to discriminate against the unvaxxed are readonable and appropriate. That’s how propagandised they’ve been. The media are central to this entire thing. That’s where the lions share of blame resides.

    1. JD

      I thought broadsheet was a leftie sort of site but all I’m seeing here is anti vaxxers. Or have I picked the thread up wrong… has the comments section been taken over by right wingers?

  1. Nigel

    You don’t have to go far to read what some anti-vaxxers here say about the vaxxed, but an escalation, or at least amplification, of this sort of thing would be unwelcome. It’s twitter, so people have probably being saying all sorts of dumb things like this since vaccinations began, and about pandemic-truther types when covid began, but now they’re being trotted out for a whole load of head-shaking, finger-wagging, pearl-clutching, how-dare-they-say-that-about-us, we’re-like-Jews-in-Nazi-Germany, maybe they’ll get elevated in the media for a bit of let’s-hear-them-out, then maybe both sides, y’know, for balance, and yay, the anti-vaxxers get their hate just as the issue becomes less important in substantive terms. Culture war crap, which is presumably why Broadhseet is boosting it before irrelevence sets in.

    Ether that or it’s all a psyop. woooooo

        1. Chris

          We know Nigel. You’ve made peace with, and given primacy to your own inner potato, as is evident in your writing.

    1. White Dove

      Nigel, you have joyfully created your very own culture war on Broadsheet for the past few years, enjoying the fun of turning everything backwards.

      Now it’s time for the reckoning. Enjoy!

    2. f_lawless

      Comical lack of self-awareness. Says an escalation or amplification of this sort of thing is unwelcome but in the very same sentence uses the term of abuse “anti-vaxxers”

    3. Frank

      Dear Broadsheet,
      Can Nigels avatar be changed to Professor Yaffle from Bagpuss?
      When I read his comments I imagine Professor Yaffle lecturing the mice.
      Regards, Frank

    4. Nilbert

      Nigel, you’re wasting your time. Look at who is left commenting on here these days.
      If you try and reason with a fool, what you end up with, is two fools.
      I admire your resilience, but it won’t get better. You won’t convince anyone.

      Leave them to it. I very rarely pop back these days, but each time I do, I just see an ever dwindling pool of gobshites repeating the same nonsense to each other.

      1. Nigel

        These are dark and trying times. Things seem chaotic and out of control. It’s likely putting forward my take on the world in what I hope is a reasoned manner in these arguments is just me trying to assert some tiny measure of control over things.

        1. GiggidyGoo

          ‘…is just me trying to assert some tiny measure of control over things.’
          We’d never have guessed.

      2. Micko

        Calling ya a fool he is there Nigey me boy

        Also looks like Broadsheets visits figures are up actually, so lots of viewers not commenting perhaps.

    5. K. Cavan

      I wouldn’t be the self-pitying type but the Jews in Nazi Germany did get banned from shops, theatres, taverns, etc, as a first step & that’s where we are now. What about the other side of this equation, I may not quite (yet) be the equivalent of a Jew, a Communist, a Homosexual, a Gypsy, living in the Third Reich but there’s no doubt that those people doing the demonising & calls for punishment are very much equivalent to Nazis. Not quite the SS but certainly more fascist & mentally ill than the average card-carrying NSDA Member. Given control, there’s no doubt they’d imprison all the unvaccinated in camps, the little fascist sh!ts.
      Fear is No Excuse, these people are disgusting, I’m very happy they’re not on my team.

  2. f_lawless

    I just listened to a clip of another mindless chap with misdirected anger that RTE gave airspace to.

    Wants the government to expand and maintain the Covid certs to prevent the unvaccinated from going into shops, supermarkets, offices. The level of 90% vaccinated isn’t going to rise unless we “come down harder”, he says.

    RTE fanning the flames.

    1. f_lawless

      I see he’s deleted/suspended his twitter account but the following tweet from June 29th is still stored in the google cache and comes up in google’s search results:

      Darren McDonagh (@darrmcdonagh) | Twitter
      twitter. com › darrmcdonagh
      Allowing the vaccinated inside pubs while the unvaccinated are left out in the rain has the potential to cause the second Irish Civil War.

      How to reconcile this tweet with his appearance on the CB Show? Have his morals sharply deteriorated since the summer? I suppose you could interpret the tweet as not taking any moral standpoint – just making a judgement on what may have happened due to the larger numbers unvaccinated at that point and now the number is much smaller time to “come down hard” on them?

  3. GiggidyGoo

    Can’t wait for the play within a play on the Claire Byrne show. Will she do a rehearsal with all of these twitterers and show us how they will deal with someone who is not vaccinated?

  4. Kim Cardassian

    Jesus the unvaccinated are turning in to right little snowflakes.

    Next they’ll be calling for cancelling comedians who do unvaccinated jokes

    1. E'Matty

      Yeah, why get excited over calls to have you banned from food stores where you buy, you know, food. You loons are increasingly threatening towards us and our right to decline vaccination.

      1. Nigel

        At least you won’t be short of milk.

        Because you’ll be milking this one for ages.


        You’ll be milking it?

        So you’ll have milk?


    2. K. Cavan

      Yes, Kim, if we follow the suggestions of your friends & cut the unvaccinated off from food, that’ll stop their bellyaching, eh?

  5. Fergalito

    Appreciate it’s a snapshot only but regardless of how you feel about the vaccine in my opinion this is an outrageous display. Lacking on so many levels. None of them experts on anything, self righteous pile on.

  6. Cui Bono?

    Completely misinformed, propagandised and fear ridden. The media and government need to be brought to justice for these crimes.

  7. Daisy Chainsaw

    Really gunning for MOPE of the year around here. Gone from brave patriots, standing against tyranny to the most victimised victims who ever existed. Truly, not getting into Coppers is a gazillion times worse than being black in South Africa or Jewish in 1940s Europe.

  8. freewheeling

    Any day now, Bertie Aherne will be along to say he doesn’t know why the unvaccinated don’t just kill themselves.

  9. Nigel

    Now that I think of it, since this is the site that knows its controlled opposition from its psyops – has anyone checked that these are real tweets from real people?

    1. K. Cavan

      No, Nigel, we haven’t checked, why don’t you do that & when you have the results of your enquiries, go away.

          1. Nigel

            Yup, specially commissioned by management responding to audience test scores at pre-release screenings of the movie that all of this is.

  10. ANO

    Anti-vaxx types referring to themselves as lepers is a definite improvement on their dalliance with comparing their ‘plight’ to that of Jews in Nazi Germany so I’ll take this as a win.

    Hopefully bits of KN aren’t going to start dropping off all the same.

    1. K. Cavan

      ANI, you really shouldn’t talk about Jews in Nazi Germany, when you haven’t a clue about history. It makes you look like a twat, an idiot, a gobdaw, a moron, an ass, a sad sack, a goon, a shill, a sniveling little s***, a scumbag, a bowsie, a waste of space & all at the same time. I’m impressed. You should go into politics, it’s not too late.

  11. doobee23

    Here is a link to a new study that shows that there is little or no protection from infection for the vaccinated – . This why the US patent office refused previous applications from moderna et al for the coronavirus mRNA vaccines they had in development – to be classed as a ‘vaccine’ there must be protection from infection. This requirement was dropped when the line ‘to be used in the event of deliberate or accidental release of virus from a lab’ was added before resubmission of patent application early in 2019.
    Nphet have publicly admitted that infected vaccinated people have as high or higher viral loads and are extremely contagious – but with less symptoms so less likely to isolate.
    This also explains why the highest incident rate in Ireland last week was in Co Waterford with 99% of over 18s double jabbed.
    It astounds me that vaccinated people fear the unvaccinated – its obvious that logic would dictate the opposite.

    1. SOQ

      I must confess- one of the main reasons I won’t get vaccinated is that I will then probably develop an irrational fear of the unvaccinated- after all, that appears to be the pattern so far.

  12. eamonn

    surprising how much “superiority” seems to come with double jabbing.
    You would have to wonder, what law the unvaccinated are breaking by being unvaccinated ?
    Is being vaccinated an unwritten criteria for acceptance into some version of polite society –
    A lot of venting going on, in the end it is just so much hot air .
    How can someone call for “other” people to be considerate, whilst at the same time show so little consideration themselves?

    1. Nigel

      Not so long ago people here would have stoutly defended such venting as freedom of speech, but only if it was directed at the vaxxed sheeple who luv Bull Gaitz.

      1. E'Matty

        You have this pretend journo from Galway wanting the unvaxxed from food and grocery stores. He wants to starve us into submission. Pretty unreasonable in a democracy, no? Or do you agree with him?

        1. Nigel

          All part of the plan. They unleashed a massive global pandemic, put entire societies in lockdown then concocted a mind-controlling population-culling vaccine which was distributed free across the world all so that some guy can suggest that the 8% of Irish adults unvaccinated could maybe have their groceries delivered.

          1. E'Matty

            Except, we said since day one that after initiating a campaign of fear against the public, they would then seek to coerce the entire population to get vaccinated. Here we are. There are stages in an agenda Nigel, you know? First they have to get the Vaccine into as many as possible. What they do next remains to be seen but nothing I have said is off the table yet. Their timetable is 2030, give or take. We’re only at the end of the beginning, not the beginning of the end. If we see severe power cuts, supply chain collapses, cyberattacks on critical utilities and services, and ultimately, economic collapse with increasing numbers pushed into State dependency, as I foresee, you’ll still be in denial that there is any agenda at play. Klaus Schwab can even publish a book setting out much of their vision for this new world, yet you just ignore it’s relevance, or his significance. Anyway, no point saying anymore to you. You’re zealously blind, though I must say, I don’t doubt your sincerity.

          2. Chris

            @E’Matty It is this that makes the whole ‘paranoid conspiracy’ talk ineffably stupid, as there is no conspiracy. These people have been putting their plans in writing for many decades. It is as H.G. Wells described ‘An Open Conspiracy’ they tell you what has been conspired & what they intend to do.

            The acceleration we see now has been brought about by the development & mass adoption of technology (all of this was also foresaw & documented). Smartphones are really the entrapment necessary to bring this all about, but they’re not the final piece of the puzzle.

            That we’re mere years away from the enshrining the biggest coup d’état the world has ever known, and people with a modicum of intelligence are denying it’s very existence – shows how successful their plans have been.

          3. Nigel

            Well, it’s interesting that your predictions about people being coerced to take a vaccine neatly paralells real world events where there was a global pandemic and in order to protect as many people as possible a massive rollout took place and now some irritable people are getting irrirtated at the minority of the minority who refuse to take it because they believe in a massive paranoid conspiracy.

            I also like how your future predictions are marked by events that other people have suggested as possible or likely future occurences, all without resorting to the idea that they have been explicitly engineered as part of a conspiracy. It’s a very practical approach to making predictions about an secret unifying agenda, to predict things that may or may not occur without a unifying agenda.

          4. Chris

            ^ Prime example there, hasn’t read the texts or the policy that has been & is being implemented. Paranoia – a word you keep using also belies your ignorance as it means at its core -a lack of information, a belief rather than an actual heuretical understanding of empirical, objective & documented reality.

            Nothing that is unfolding in any way takes some by shock. Why? because they choose not to remain ignorant. There is no ‘secret agenda’. Vaxpass to digital ID to blockchain global currency. All the patents are published, the NGOs have attendant websites announcing their arrival. Commenters here aren’t just throwing darts & some happen to stick.

            You’re the potato in the cave, watching the shadows in amazement as event after event unfolds. Never questioning the shadow makers who’ve already leaked the script of their shadowplay.

          5. Nigel

            I agree. There is no secret agenda, just assorted social, economic and technological trends that have been underway for decades. Assorted Big Ideas that have been bouncing around think tanks and forums for nearly as long, most of which will never come near realisation. Warnings by assorted scientists about things like pandemics and environmental collapse. You’ve strung it all together into A Narrative, and thereby, in your mind, making it all inevitable and irresistable. Which kind of makes you the potato.

          6. Chris

            Ahh, the ‘warnings from assorted scientists’ routine. They say what they’re paid too. Ever hear of the ‘replication crisis’ that effects all of these ‘assorted’ fields? I suppose you imagine that these all occurred by chance? The writing has been on the wall for a long time, a lot of ‘science’ – explicitly when it comes to policy is bunk, nonsense – not worth the paper that it’s printed on. To know why is to look at the attendant policy & to see who benefits. Spoiler alert: it isn’t the average citizen.

          7. Nigel

            When the proof of your conspiracy theory is that scientsts actually get paid to work, you’re getting wlldly non-specific and circumstantial in a way that implicates literally everyone who collects wages for their labour.

          8. Chris

            It’s unquestionable that fields of ‘science’ have become compromised.
            Your extrapolating it to every field of labour is grasping at its finest.

          9. Nigel

            Ridiculous to claim an entire discipline compromising a vast array of fields and areas of study and millions of individuals, organisations and institutions is ‘compromised’ merely to justify the instant dismissal of anything that doesn’t fit your world view.

          10. Chris

            I said – ‘fields of’ Nigel interprets – ‘entire discipline’. Here as elsewhere, you are revealing yourself to be both truculent and arguing in bad faith. And also a potato.

          11. Nigel

            Oh, I’m sorry, only the entire fields of science in areas that might contradict your world-view are conveniently all compromised. That’s MUCH more reasonable.

      2. K. Cavan

        Would we, Nigel, would we really? Have we been discussing among our unvaccinated selves how everyone in hospital is there because of the Vaccinated, even the car crash victims? Have we been listing the places we’d like to see the Vaccinated banned from?
        These are your folks, Nigel, get your jackboots on and Own It.

  13. Janet, dreams of an alternate universe

    Time for me to take a break from the Internet, I look out the window and I want to believe it’s still a nice place out there,
    see Yas when the batteries are recharged. ( I’m not doing that strop thing we’re people day they are leaving ). I’d say be good to each other but apparently that’s out of fashion.

    1. K. Cavan

      Ah, Janet, it’s just the old hatreds don’t work anymore. It used to be the thickos in FF & FG could get off on hating each other but since the two parties have congealed into Fail Gael (or is it Fianna Fine?) they need a new target for their repressed psycho-sexual rage.
      Just wait til they turn on the unboostered, those half-assed, semi-protected pretenders, acting like one of them but only jabbed a pathetic two times/three times/four times, etc. The half-jabbed, the semi-infectious, the bi-vaccinated, ooooh, grrrr!

    1. K. Cavan

      The Guardian, really, Fearganainm? The 20th most popular daily newspaper in the UK (out of 20), a laughing stock, bought by 160,000 demented ghouls in a population of 67,000,000?
      Truth be told, they’re blocked in my browser, the doc told me to watch the old blood pressure. I have to enter a password to access anything by them & a few other “media” outlets & though I remember the password & could type it in, I never do.

      1. Cian

        Perhaps the Guardian is the UK’s paper equivalent of Broadsheet here?
        the 20th most popular Irish news site! LOL

  14. Darren

    It’s not a conspiracy theory that so much of human endeavour and potential is measured in terms of profit. It’s a lack of foresight and cohesive integration for the means, surplus and output of what is humanly possible but it’s not a conspiracy or overarching agenda. It has come to be understood as simply being realistic about human nature. Profit off what and wherever that you can or be the producer of another’s wealth. Or that more apt saying. If you are not paying for the service you are providing it. Such a small world that silly definition describes. It may lead some to observe the appearance of an agenda or a plan if you are far enough away but up close its just lazy fear based and self limiting in all senses. Totally agree about hg wells etc… creative fiction as a whole is an intelligent practice imo

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