I write in support of NSW Premier Dominic Perrottet's stand against further lockdowns.
Initially we were told that the elderly were at great risk from COVID-19, and family and friends were locked out of aged care facilities to protect the residents.
We were later advised of a high number of deaths from COVID in these facilities.
Eventually the truth began to emerge as we realised that it was the lockdown causing the problem not COVID.
Prior to the lockdown many families with relatives in these facilities had to roster members of the family to attend at every mealtime to ensure that their elderly parents or grandparents were properly fed, and their prescribed tablets administered.
Yes, people were dying, from lack of food, from lack of life-saving medicine, from natural causes and perhaps even a lack of contact with their families.
So, the great scare campaign was successfully launched.
The first target for necessary vaccination levels to control the virus was said to be 60 per cent of the adult population.
The target was then increased to 70 per cent and is now at a high of 90 to 95 per cent.
Now they are coming after our children and our grandchildren.
For two years we have been advised that the children were safe, that if they caught COVID their symptoms would be mild, their immune system would quickly kill off the dreaded infection, and they would in fact develop a lifetime immunity.
With adult vaccination rates at near saturation levels, they now advise that children as young as four need to be vaccinated, even when the vaccination will disrupt their natural immune systems.
How many six-monthly booster shots will a vaccinated four-year-old be required to have between now and age 80 or 90 and who will pay for them?
Once again, as we approach the most important day on the Christian calendar, we will see people being banned from attending public worship.
People who are not vaccinated, but can show a negative test to COVID, will be refused entry to some churches.
On the other hand, people who have been vaccinated, but could indeed be COVID infected, will be welcomed.
What right does a church have to deny a healthy person the right to worship?
There is no doubt that people who are not breaking any law, but are unvaccinated, are being treated as lepers and ostracised in this country.
In years gone by lepers were exiled onto deserted islands and left to their own fate. Let us hope we don't see this again.
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