Former Australian Idol contestant and member of The Young Divas, Paulini aka Paulini Curuenavuli has taken to Instagram to share a step by step guide on how to defeat the Government’s vaccine passport system.
The government’s vaccine passport system is designed for residents of New South Wales and Victoria who will need to show their vaccine passports before entering pubs, restaurants and major events. The aim of the system is to stop the spread of the deadly virus.
However, Paulini has taken to Instagram in an attempt to undermine this new health-conscious system. The former Australian Idol contestant shared a step-by-step guide on how to defeat the system. Paulini is no stranger in trying to defeat systems, she did famously illegally purchase a drivers’ license.
Paulini, who has over 40,000 followers, didn’t come up with the guide herself, instead Pedestrian reported that Paulini got the guide from Odette Blacklock, who is not a doctor but famous for appearing on Australian Survivor in 2017. Naturally, Blacklock is now a ‘mindset’ coach and has been using Instagram to share her anti-vaccine passport views.
The post that Paulini shared on her stories has now been deleted but referenced human rights and court a lot. It started off by Blacklock declaring, “My client is a solicitor and his son is an Osteo,” before going into detail on how to overthrow the passport system.
Spoiler – it would seemingly be a very timely exercise.
In the interest of not contributing to misinformation, here at B&T we won’t be sharing the exact details of the guide. Though we will state that the relevance of the solicitor’s son being an Osteo is never fully clarified.
This news comes after Paulini voiced support for Guy Sebastian after his confusing vaccine comments.
The singer wrote on Instagram, “I’m completely with you @GuySebastian,” and she has previously shared on her social media that she doesn’t believe different areas of Sydney should have different lockdown rules.
Either way, Paulini is unlikely to be the last celebrity “expert” voicing their unique and often unfounded views on how to survive a pandemic.
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