Video: BNV With Premier David Burt

April 28, 2021 | 22 Comments

Premier David Burt is joining Bernews this afternoon [April 28] for the latest episode in the Bernews News & Views series, with the Premier set to discuss some aspects pertaining to his recent National Address.

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  1. Mark says:

    Arrogant Pompous dictator.

    • Samdgrownan says:

      You do know there is precedent for legislating vaccinations in the case of public health emergencies. Right?

      And I think this fits the bill don’t you?

      My issue with Burt is that he hasn’t gone far enough.

  2. Kitchen sink says:

    Black mailing people to take experimental drugs,
    If you don’t do this you loss your rights to go home.
    How is this being allowed!!
    BS!

    • Sandgrownan says:

      It’s not experimental. Millions of does have been administered without even a hint of a negative reaction.

      Take your head out of your ass, and go get vaccinated.

      • You are incorrect says:

        Sadly, you are incorrect. None of the vaccines have received FDA full approval. They are have only received “emergency use approval”. That is a major concern for many.
        Additionally, big pharma saw to it in the 1990’s that they were exempted from any and all legal liability for any vaccines should adverse effects or death occur. This was enacted through Congress and signed into law. This too is highly concerning.
        The vaccines are clearly experimental at this juncture.

        • Sandgrownan says:

          I don’t know what to say to anti-Vaxxers anymore.

          Look forward to quarantining everywhere you go, look forward to not being able to eat in restaurants and talked your kids out of school. Simple.

    • sandgrownan says:

      Analysis of 927 confirmed symptomatic cases of COVID-19 demonstrates BNT162b2 is highly effective with 91.3% vaccine efficacy observed against COVID-19, measured seven days through up to six months after the second dose
      Vaccine was 100% effective in preventing severe disease as defined by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and 95.3% effective in preventing severe disease as defined by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration
      Vaccine was 100% effective in preventing COVID-19 cases in South Africa, where the B.1.351 lineage is prevalent
      Vaccine safety now evaluated in more than 44,000 participants 16 years of age and older, with more than 12,000 vaccinated participants having at least six months follow-up after their second dose

  3. Do your research says:

    I think you need to do your research! None of these vaccines have completed the regular testing that is normally required. Pfizer won’t be done testing until January 2023! Also take a look at the cdc website to find all sorts of adverse reactions. Saying millions have been administered without a hint of negative reaction is someone who has not done their research.

    • SandgrownAn says:

      I don’t think you’ve read a single thing about how this was developed. You know how I know?

      Because you’re talking bollocks

    • LOL (original) says:

      These people are scared for their life and lack the ability to think rationally at this point. I forgive them for trying to take away other’s freedoms due to their scared selfishness.

      LOL bet they would normally not give 2 $^iT about anyone else.

      • trufth says:

        Not scared AT ALL! Not even scared of a virus that I have a 99.97% chance of surviving IF and only IF, I contract it. And not anti-vax, just anti “unapproved” vax. Big difference, mate.

        And don’t get me started about giving 2 “whatevers” about anyone else – heck, I can’t even get someone to let me in my car out of my driveway onto South Rd so don’t get me started about injecting myself with an unapproved vax for the good of others. Give me a break.

    • Mitchell88 says:

      The number of complications arising from the vaccine are so small as to be of no real concern. But, if you are concerned by blood clots, for example, you’ll no doubt be advising women to stop taking the pill — as the number of related blood clot issues with these drugs (and many others) are hugely more than with any Covid-19 vaccine.

    • sandgrownan says:

      “…None of these vaccines have completed the regular testing that is normally required.”

      That’s because it uses different technology. THere’s plenty of good resources out there if you can be bothered to look.

      “Traditionally, immunization is achieved by using deactivated viruses, or by using a live attenuated virus that has been grown in culture to make it far less virulent. Once inoculated with vaccines based on either of these approaches, our own B cells synthesize and store antibodies against the proteins expressed on the surfaces of viral capsules in order to mount an adaptive immune response in the event that we encounter a live version of the virus. However, there are some safety concerns with this approach for COVID-19, given the short time constraint and that side-effects from live attenuated viruses can take time to onset.”

      (Pfizer) decided to pursue a long-theorized but yet to be realized vaccine technology. This technology, known as mRNA vaccines, take a slightly altered approach to vaccination protocols. Instead of inoculating people with a whole—but altered—virus for which antibodies will be created against, they instead encode a messenger RNA (mRNA) with the information to produce the SARS-CoV-2 spike protein. Using the ribosomes in our cells, just like the virus does, these mRNAs will be translated into an excretable version of the spike protein.

      The advantage and challenge of using mRNA is that RNA molecules are inherently unstable in our bodies. This means that effective delivery of the mRNA will be a critical problem to solve but the instability could also mean that any side-effects of the vaccine are largely acute and display relatively rapid onset. Since the spike protein is obviously foreign to our bodies and is abundant on the surface of the virus—as it is required to gain entry into host cells—this makes is an excellent target for memory B cells to produce antibodies against.”

      Essentially it makes for a much faster turnaround, and some studies suggest this is how future vaccines will be turned around in the future.

      • trufth says:

        99.97% = my chance of survival without experimental injection.

        Bottom line = not FDA approved = I’ll wait. Thanks.

        • sandgrownan says:

          OK, that’s fine. But you don’t get to fly, go on a cruise, eat in my restaurant, work out in my club. And keep your children out of school. Your belligerence, ignorance and pure selfishness affects others.

          And it’s not experimental. FFS, do some research. Don’t look at a blog, go to the FDA, CDC, Lancet, NEJM websites, read up on development of vaccines on the WSJ. I know you can do it.

  4. Dunn juice says:

    Guess since bitcoin failing him,he can become an epidemiologist

  5. sandgrownan says:

    So, I going to resort to a couple of “cut and pastes”….

    Clinical trials show that the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine has a very high efficacy — 95 percent — against symptomatic infection.

    Real-world studies show a similar high effectiveness against all infections, including asymptomatic ones.

    So, very few people fully vaccinated with this vaccine will contract the coronavirus. However, breakthrough infections can occur. This is true of all vaccines.

    “No vaccine is 100 percent effective for every recipient, so we will continue to see rare infections in people who have been vaccinated,” said Dr. S. Wesley Long, an associate professor of pathology and genomic medicine at Houston Methodist, who was not involved in the new study.

    “But many times these infections are mild, and the protection against severe disease and hospitalization is still very robust,” he said.

    In the new study, researchers at Tel Aviv University analyzed PCR samples collected from nearly 400 people who developed a coronavirus infection after receiving one or both doses of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine.

    Researchers compared these PCR samples with samples taken from a similar group of unvaccinated people.

    They looked at whether vaccinated people were more likely to contract an infection with one of the coronavirus variants, compared with the original coronavirus.

  6. Burt's Beard says:

    My whiskers are all jealous of the hand movement used to distract the viewers from me not having a clue as to when all of this madness will end. We(the Government) are clueless and are just following the examples of other clueless governments. Nothing has stopped the mutating virus.

    On the economy that we destroyed based upon poor health models and absurd assumptions, oh well…

    • Kitchen sink says:

      We’re able to pick and choose the foods we eat and feed our children. We are advised what foods are good and bad and we are given a choice.
      All the food Heath related deaths far exceed COVID.
      There is no difference.
      It should be our god given right as individuals what drugs go into our bodies.
      If COVID was killing 95% then maybe I would change my tune, but it’s not and maybe it will take me, and maybe it won’t, my age is 1% death rate.
      You want the vaccine, get it – you are protected.
      what business is it if yours, if we’re not protected, that’s between us and our doctors.

  7. Kitchen sink says:

    We’re able to pick and choose the foods we eat and feed our children. We are advised what foods are good and bad and we are given a choice.
    All the food Heath related deaths far exceed COVID.
    There is no difference.
    It should be our god given right as individuals what drugs go into our bodies.
    If COVID was killing 95% then maybe I would change my tune, but it’s not and maybe it will take me, and maybe it won’t, my age is 1% death rate.
    You want the vaccine, get it – you are protected.
    what business is it if yours, if we’re not protected, that’s between us and our doctors.

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