The betrayal of science & laws during the COVID-19 outbreak

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Radio, TV and other interviews

ADDENDUM: On 20 July 2021 I’ve decide to also add links to some of my public speeches since these are not otherwise easy to locate. There are, of course, innumerable public speeches and comments on Facebook live that are in addition to these links.

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Here’s a list to help me keep track. I’m listing these on the day I gave the interview, not when it was published. NOTE: Most of these are linked here:

Just for context, some prior dates as well:

Resigned: 9 September 2020

Handed over laptop and pass to DTF: 10 September 2020

Participated for the first time in any protest: 13 September 2020 – put out my boots

Wrote to the Treasurer Tim Pallas – published later on Catallaxy files: 13 September 2020

Second article that I wrote got published in AFR: 16 September 2020 [Screenshot]

The first article that I wrote – I then published on Catallaxy files: 21 September 2020


  1. Ausbiz (these people want me to BUY the interview! Absurd. Their email to me).  – They had the audacity to email me on 24 November 2020 for another interview – I’ve transferred their email to my junk folder.
  2. SBS News (Hindi)
  3. Channel 7 – Said they would feature on 27 September 2020 and I was informed they are working on a different date. But now I know they LIED. Their editors actively censored the interview. See my Tweet. I WILL NEVER AGAIN BE DOING ANY CHANNEL 7 INTERVIEW.
  4. Sky News (Peta Credlin)  YouTubeFacebook

Friday 18 September 2020

5. Neil Mitchell (radio)  [On Youtube]

6. Young IPA

7. Pete Evans

Saturday 19 September 2020

8. Matt Lawson [Instagram | Youtube]

Monday 21 September 2020

9. Albert Dadon Promo

Tuesday 22 September 2020

10. BNAP

Wednesday 23 September 2020

11. Matt Wong  | YouTube

Thursday 8 October 2020

12.  Talk at Samuel Griffith Society

Monday 12 October 2020

13. Long recorded chat with Matt Wong (Discernable)

Tuesday 13 October 2020

14. Interview with Channel 9 (aired at 7 pm on 14 October 2020)

Wednesday 14 October 2020

15. A second interview with Mike Ryan of BNAP. [YouTube]

Thursday 15 October 2020

16. Panel discussion with Beverley McArthur [YouTube]

Monday 19 October 2020

17. Sunrise Channel 7- with Koshy at 7:15 am [On Facebook | Linkedin | Short version on Twitter]

18. Interview with Travis  Beard

Tuesday 20 October 2020

19. Interview with Marlena de Villiers, South Africa [YouTube]

Friday 13 November 2020

20. A chat with Gideon Rozner of the Institute of Public Affairs [Youtube – at around 7 minutes]

Thursday 26 November 2020

21. Interview with George Donikian of Informer- fourth time successful (three earlier attempts via zoom didn’t work out). [YouTube]

Saturday 28 November 2020

22. Interview with Solihin Millin  [YouTube]

Tuesday 8 December 2020

Panelist on “Covid-19 Lockdowns: Policy Blunder or New Necessary Evil?” at Leadership Dialogue 2020 (Video on YouTube)

Thursday 10 December 2020

Panelist on “Post Covid Economy: What will the New Normal Look Like?” at Leadership Dialogue 2020 (Video on YouTube)

Wednesday 30 December 2020

Radio discussion with Hon Frank Pangallo, MLC in South Australia.

Thursday 7 January 2021

Zoom interview with John Adams, economist, and Martin North, philosopher. On YouTube.

Tuesday 12 January 2021

Zoom interview with Simon Black (James) of Sovereign Man (the video)

Wednesday 20 January 2021

Interview shot at home with Samuel McClelland of True Arrow (the video on YouTube)

Tuesday 2 February 2021

Interview with Mike Ryan (YouTube – see from 10:55)

Wednesday 10 February 2021

Interview with Josh Hamilton of The Jist (YouTube)

Wednesday 3 March 2021

Interview with Tim Wilms [here]

Tuesday 9 March 2021

Interview with Nick Hudson (PANDA – Pandemics ~ Data & Analytics) – here.

Saturday 26 June 2021

Interview with Fin Bugden here.

Thursday 8 July 2021

Interview with Michael Ray of The Informer

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Praise for author’s actions

Not many people are willing to give up their job to protest bad policy, but Sanjeev Sabhlok has given up his job not just once, but twice: First he resigned from India’s permanent senior civil service (Indian Administrative Service) to object to extreme corruption and socialist policies followed by the Indian government. Next, on 9 September 2020 he resigned his job as an economist in the Department of Treasury and Finance in Melbourne to protest extremely harmful policies by the Victorian government in relation to the coronavirus pandemic.

Here is some praise for the author’s actions to protest bad policy in Victoria:

Alan Jones:



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Reviews on Amazon

Cameron Murray, Postdoctoral Research Associate, University of Sydney:

Early 2020 was a crazy time for experts on economics and health policy. Years of experience and research was thrown out in the panicked response to the scary new virus. The author here describes exactly how scientific process was thrown out and, in a great act of doublespeak, totalitarian policy measures were enacted and then marketed as “based on the science”. While this book focusses on Australia and especially Victoria, the lessons are global, as the panic has been. The economic, political and social risks of the huge growth in discretionary government powers should concern people. I have personally expected a return to sanity amongst government globally after the initial first wave scare. But so far (as of Oct 2020) this doesn’t seem to be the case, and second wave lockdowns look likely in many places. I don’t know when the mass hysteria will end, but I hope that in the decades to come that my children and grandchildren learn from this episode the social risks that come when power is mixed with panic and fear.


Reviews on Goodreads (none yet)

By Professor Andreas Ortmann

Book review: Sanjeev Sabhlok’s The Great Hysteria and the Broken State, 17 November 2020 [Screenshot]


(Note that I don’t operate the @sabhlok_backup account any more)

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