Geoff Dawe, Uki
The pegging of some Centrelink recipients to less money if they do not immunise their children is not only discriminatory but an indicator that the technocracy knows very little about how to cure disease.
The society knows soil, water and air are deteriorated and humans are markedly stressed with overwork and the nuclear family separation, yet rather than attempt to cure these upstream causes to ill-health, humans react primitively with downstream invasionary techniques to the body, that the father of medicine, Hippocrates warned against centuries ago.
There is no indication humans have advanced in ethics from the time of Hippocrates, yet the ability to know of ethics is one of the indicators of humanness. Humans turn their backs on humanness and responsible ethics when they engage in invasive procedures as a first line of defence against disease, while neglecting the environment or terrain that causes normally in-balance microorganisms to become pathogenic in human bodies.