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https://www.abc.net.au/news/health/2021-03-29/coronavirus-vaccines-concernes-conversation-guide/100018588#vaccinetranscript

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Australia's COVID-19 vaccine rollout has begun, and soon most of us will roll up our sleeves.

Picture shows a woman after she has received a vaccine.

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Vaccination is an important public health measure and helps provide us with a path out of COVID-19.

Picture shows a nurse wearing a mask and wheeling a patient in a wheelchair.

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The vast majority of Australians support immunisation, but research suggests some people are feeling hesitant about coronavirus vaccines.

Picture shows a crowd of people.

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While it's important to tackle misinformation and misplaced concerns, lecturing people ‚ÄĒ or putting them down ‚ÄĒ usually doesn't change their mind.

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So what's the best way to approach these tricky conversations? We asked three experts: Dr Katie Attwell, Dr Jessica Kaufman, and Professor Julie Leask.

Picture shows three smiling women with their names: Katie Attwell, Jessica Kaufman, and Julie Leask.

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Step 1: Don't jump to conclusions. It's normal to feel frustrated when you think someone is misinformed.

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But try not to make assumptions about their beliefs. Just because someone has questions about vaccines, doesn't necessarily mean they reject immunisation altogether.

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Before jumping into your answers and trying to convince someone, take a deep breath and be prepared to listen.

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Step 2: Ask yourself, is it worth engaging? Is this person open to different viewpoints?

Picture shows a man with his arms crossed, looking inquisitive.

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If a person feels strongly against vaccination, you probably won't get far. (These people represent a very small minority.)

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It's better to focus your energy on conversations with people who might be unsure, have unanswered questions, or don't feel strongly either way.

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Step 3: Acknowledge people's concerns (without necessarily validating them). Establish some rapport and show empathy.

Picture shows two people sitting together, engaging in conversation.

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It's important people feel respected, even when you disagree with them. Try to listen to what they're saying and be curious. Avoid judgemental language and patronising them.

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Potential entry points for conversation include: "You are obviously being careful with your health", "It can be hard to find the information we need", and "Where did you hear that?"

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Step 4: Address misinformation when it pops up. Trying to argue every point can be counterproductive. But there are easy ways to address common misconceptions.

Picture shows a laptop screen with different article pages open.

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"The vaccines arrived so fast. How do we know they're safe?"

Picture shows a woman with an accompanying speech bubble.

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COVID-19 vaccines went through the same safety checks as other vaccines. Rather than the science being sped up, the administrative and funding processes have been fast-tracked.

Picture shows a man with an accompanying speech bubble.

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"Most people don't even get that sick, so why do we need a vaccine?"

Picture shows a woman with an accompanying speech bubble.

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Getting vaccinated protects you against the serious side effects of COVID-19 and means you are less likely to pass it on to others. Vaccination isn't just about protecting ourselves.

Picture shows a man with an accompanying speech bubble.

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"I'm worried about the side effects…"

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It's normal to experience mild side effects, but severe reactions to vaccines are very rare. Health experts are closely monitoring this, and so far, research shows COVID vaccines are safe.

Picture shows a man with an accompanying speech bubble.

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Step 5: Act as a role model. Research shows we listen to our peers and people we trust.

Picture shows two women holding coffee cups, having a conversation.

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If you plan to get vaccinated, tell your loved ones why.  Reasons could be: "My doctor recommended I get the vaccine and I trust her opinion" or "I want to get the vaccine to protect my family".

Picture shows a woman with her hand on her chest, with an accompanying speech bubble, and a man with his hands in his pockets, with an accompanying speech bubble.

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Step 6: You don't need to have all the answers. Open up a dialogue, but keep the conversation going.

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Encourage people to look for trusted sources of information, including the Australian Department of Health, World Health Organisztion, and their local GP or health clinic.

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14 minutes ago, DarianF said:

https://www.abc.net.au/news/health/2021-03-29/coronavirus-vaccines-concernes-conversation-guide/100018588#vaccinetranscript

Transcript

Scene 1:

Australia's COVID-19 vaccine rollout has begun, and soon most of us will roll up our sleeves.

Picture shows a woman after she has received a vaccine.

Scene 2:

Vaccination is an important public health measure and helps provide us with a path out of COVID-19.

Picture shows a nurse wearing a mask and wheeling a patient in a wheelchair.

Scene 3:

The vast majority of Australians support immunisation, but research suggests some people are feeling hesitant about coronavirus vaccines.

Picture shows a crowd of people.

Scene 4:

While it's important to tackle misinformation and misplaced concerns, lecturing people ‚ÄĒ or putting them down ‚ÄĒ usually doesn't change their mind.

Scene 5:

So what's the best way to approach these tricky conversations? We asked three experts: Dr Katie Attwell, Dr Jessica Kaufman, and Professor Julie Leask.

Picture shows three smiling women with their names: Katie Attwell, Jessica Kaufman, and Julie Leask.

Scene 6:

Step 1: Don't jump to conclusions. It's normal to feel frustrated when you think someone is misinformed.

Picture shows a woman sitting in an armchair looking dejected.

Scene 7:

But try not to make assumptions about their beliefs. Just because someone has questions about vaccines, doesn't necessarily mean they reject immunisation altogether.

Scene 8:

Before jumping into your answers and trying to convince someone, take a deep breath and be prepared to listen.

Picture shows two people sitting opposite each other at a table, having a conversation.

Scene 9:

Step 2: Ask yourself, is it worth engaging? Is this person open to different viewpoints?

Picture shows a man with his arms crossed, looking inquisitive.

Scene 10:

If a person feels strongly against vaccination, you probably won't get far. (These people represent a very small minority.)

Scene 11:

It's better to focus your energy on conversations with people who might be unsure, have unanswered questions, or don't feel strongly either way.

Scene 12:

Step 3: Acknowledge people's concerns (without necessarily validating them). Establish some rapport and show empathy.

Picture shows two people sitting together, engaging in conversation.

Scene 13:

It's important people feel respected, even when you disagree with them. Try to listen to what they're saying and be curious. Avoid judgemental language and patronising them.

Scene 14:

Potential entry points for conversation include: "You are obviously being careful with your health", "It can be hard to find the information we need", and "Where did you hear that?"

Scene 15:

Step 4: Address misinformation when it pops up. Trying to argue every point can be counterproductive. But there are easy ways to address common misconceptions.

Picture shows a laptop screen with different article pages open.

Scene 16:

"The vaccines arrived so fast. How do we know they're safe?"

Picture shows a woman with an accompanying speech bubble.

Scene 17:

COVID-19 vaccines went through the same safety checks as other vaccines. Rather than the science being sped up, the administrative and funding processes have been fast-tracked.

Picture shows a man with an accompanying speech bubble.

Scene 18:

"Most people don't even get that sick, so why do we need a vaccine?"

Picture shows a woman with an accompanying speech bubble.

Scene 19:

Getting vaccinated protects you against the serious side effects of COVID-19 and means you are less likely to pass it on to others. Vaccination isn't just about protecting ourselves.

Picture shows a man with an accompanying speech bubble.

Scene 20:

"I'm worried about the side effects…"

Picture shows a woman with an accompanying speech bubble.

Scene 21:

It's normal to experience mild side effects, but severe reactions to vaccines are very rare. Health experts are closely monitoring this, and so far, research shows COVID vaccines are safe.

Picture shows a man with an accompanying speech bubble.

Scene 22:

Step 5: Act as a role model. Research shows we listen to our peers and people we trust.

Picture shows two women holding coffee cups, having a conversation.

Scene 23:

If you plan to get vaccinated, tell your loved ones why.  Reasons could be: "My doctor recommended I get the vaccine and I trust her opinion" or "I want to get the vaccine to protect my family".

Picture shows a woman with her hand on her chest, with an accompanying speech bubble, and a man with his hands in his pockets, with an accompanying speech bubble.

Scene 24:

Step 6: You don't need to have all the answers. Open up a dialogue, but keep the conversation going.

Scene 25:

Encourage people to look for trusted sources of information, including the Australian Department of Health, World Health Organisztion, and their local GP or health clinic.

'Trusted' All based on titles and positions, not lengthy and deeply personal, daily relationships.

 

I trust my four year old (whether to do good or bad things) because I have lived with her for four years. I know when she tells the truth and know when she lies. She has no titles, no qualifications and no position in life except as my daughter. 

 

if you do not KNOW somebody, then there is no reason to either immediately trust or distrust them. 

 

We have been groomed to trust certain positions and titles in our society without question. This includes the police, doctors, teachers, religious leaders, community leaders and more recently - scientists.

 

Trust the science.

 

If I was seated opposite somebody following that dialogue methodology, I would home straight in on the word 'trusted' and spend many hours there in conversation. I've learnt over the last 20 years how words and definitions are butchered, reversed, perverted, assumed. 

 

I have had a very recent experience of the assumed wisdom and higher intelligence of doctors. As I was thinking about it, this wonderful scene came to mind:

 

 

 

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I know i have banged on about this guy before but his work really is something to take a look at

 

He has compiled the whole series of shorts he has done and which because they are titled science fiction movie he very cleverly circumvents yt's banhammer,some of it is a little  woo but the vast majority of it is like looking in to a mirror that reflects the last year,how in the name of fork he hasn't had more views i dont know,maybe theres another algoriddim keeping it buried so you have to search for him.

 

Its UK centric and far creepier than Black Mirror,give him a shot and also take a look at his bio video where he even mentions DI's work

 

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2 hours ago, skitzorat said:

My friend in the US got something saying DO NOT GIVE BLOOD [TRANSFUSION] after I showed her this

 

 

 

 

 I believe that these Jehovah Witnesses got it right for once!

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13 minutes ago, whatthefoxhat said:

I know i have banged on about this guy before but his work really is something to take a look at

 

He has compiled the whole series of shorts he has done and which because they are titled science fiction movie he very cleverly circumvents yt's banhammer,some of it is a little  woo but the vast majority of it is like looking in to a mirror that reflects the last year,how in the name of fork he hasn't had more views i dont know,maybe theres another algoriddim keeping it buried so you have to search for him.

 

Its UK centric and far creepier than Black Mirror,give him a shot and also take a look at his bio video where he even mentions DI's work

 

 

I've saved this for later viewing, thanks.

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All scripted......ūüé¨ And shoot........

 

Domshell accusations: 'Tens of thousands died needlessly thanks to No10'. 'Shopping trolley' Boris unfit to be PM and Carrie 'crackers'. 'Serial liar' Hancock should have been fired 20 times… But advisor admits he DIDN'T tell truth about roadtrip

 

 

Cummings claimed Boris Johnson 's 'disastrous' handling of the pandemic had cost tens of thousands of lives

He told MPs that senior ministers and advisers, including himself, had fallen 'disastrously short'

Mr Cummings launched attacks on Mr Johnson, Carrie Symonds and Health Secretary Matt Hancock

He said the Health Secretary 'should have been fired for at least 15 to 20 things, including lying'

 

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9622959/Domshell-accusations-Tens-thousands-died-needlessly-thanks-No10.html

 

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Might not seem covid related...but it 100% is. 

 

Im looking to buy a body cam......has anybody got any experience with them.

 

I need it to be easily uploadable on to a laptop. (i am nowhere near computer savvy).

 

 durable enough to take a few whacks and locked with a password.

 

help?

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2 minutes ago, alexa said:

Laughable considering.....they openly say the vaccine doesnt contain any live virus. 

 

Every single thing that comes out is to try and give credibility to the absolute atrocities committed by these bastards. 

 

The chinese lab bio weapon bullshit, dom cummings bullshit. This whole narrative of just being unprepared  and incompetant its all new........ blah blah blah.

 

every fucking aspect of this genocide........all complicit.....all guilty.

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49 minutes ago, GOYK said:

Might not seem covid related...but it 100% is. 

 

Im looking to buy a body cam......has anybody got any experience with them.

 

I need it to be easily uploadable on to a laptop. (i am nowhere near computer savvy).

 

 durable enough to take a few whacks and locked with a password.

 

help?

Most are Chinese made crap. Look for official suppliers to the police.

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6 hours ago, skitzorat said:

News reporter has Freudian slip..

12seconds

https://www.bitchute.com/video/olWqB5QRLQzD/

 

"They're running out of people that want to be euthan.. I mean vaccinated" lol

It's gone - This video is unavailable as the contents have been deemed potentially illegal within your country by our moderation team.

 

Can't be having the sheep getting scared and skittish and stampeding.

 

Removed in the middle of the night too, they are really efficient and watchful.

 

Their activity reminds me of the title of an old William Holden movie - 'Satan Never Sleeps'!

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1 hour ago, alexa said:

This is real good of em, wouldn't you say ???

Ready... steady... hug! We can finally embrace our friends and family, and even meet indoors, but now's not the time to drop our guard against Covid 

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From now on, up to six people or two households are able to get together indoors, meaning shivering outside is (hopefully) a thing of the past.

 

It is good of them - one senses that the mega manipulator billionaires are laughing their heads at the unbelievable gullibility of the masses.

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5 minutes ago, pete675 said:

It is good of them - one senses that the mega manipulator billionaires are laughing their heads at the unbelievable gullibility of the masses.

 

They won't be laughing their tiny little heads off in hell¬†ūüĒ•

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23 minutes ago, pete675 said:

It's gone - This video is unavailable as the contents have been deemed potentially illegal within your country by our moderation team.

 

Can't be having the sheep getting scared and skittish and stampeding.

 

Removed in the middle of the night too, they are really efficient and watchful.

 

Their activity reminds me of the title of an old William Holden movie - 'Satan Never Sleeps'!

Download opera browser and use the built in vpn to view,bypasses all those pesky country restrictions

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1 hour ago, Saved said:

Most are Chinese made crap. Look for official suppliers to the police.

I disagree,that expensive one supplied to the police is made in china just like all the others,go on ebay and search for bodycam,around 30 quid will get you one that takes memory cards and will record up to 10 hours straight,couldn't be simpler to operate,insert card,record,take out card,stick in computer,press play

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38 minutes ago, pete675 said:

It's gone - This video is unavailable as the contents have been deemed potentially illegal within your country by our moderation team.

 

Can't be having the sheep getting scared and skittish and stampeding.

 

Removed in the middle of the night too, they are really efficient and watchful.

 

Their activity reminds me of the title of an old William Holden movie - 'Satan Never Sleeps'!

UK is blocked

I vpnd to US where it isn't potentially illegal.

 

 

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6 hours ago, skitzorat said:

How can a fake vaccine ever create 'herd immunity' when they openly say it only lessons symptoms and doesn't stop the spread (of the fake virus)?

 

The vaxx is perfect for them, it saves lives, so they're "Heroes". But it doesn't stop transmission or work 100%, so lockdowns and the power grabs are still essential. A massive Double Whammy against us. The scam just becomes clearer and clearer. 

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On 5/24/2021 at 1:25 PM, FrankVitali said:

 

 

That is shocking.  Anyone who speaks german able to confirm the contents of this video?  Simon have you forwarded this to Reiner yet?

I am probably too late and someone else got there befire me, but I am German and absolutely shocked by this. They say that they have some sort of warrant but it isn't signed by a judge just a secretary. The mum knows all her rights too. Don't know the story behind it but the kid is in distress as he has been abused before when away from home, and I couldn't think of anything really to come into her flat and do this. More details are needed. This is horrendous.

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5 hours ago, DarianF said:

COVID live updates: Victoria's COVID hotline inundated as vaccine eligibility opened to 40-49-year-olds

https://www.abc.net.au/news/2021-05-27/covid-live-updates-melbourne-cases-victoria-lockdown/100167392

 

@Bullion Don't forget your toilet paper shopping. Buckle up mate. Free front row tickets to the circus ūüėČ

ūüėā you know it bro ūüėā

In my spare bedroom, now become my quasi storeroom, I have tonnes of the good stuff since I stocked up after the last war. If you ever need deluxe 4 ply, drop me a line and I‚Äôll hook you upūüėÄ

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