Peter Olson, Goonengerry
Desmond Bellamy (Echo letters April 3) would be interested to know that The Echo did not publish any of the several letters it received on preventing Alzheimer’s disease, which quoted the peer-reviewed medical literature showing that a tablet sold in most supermarkets basically halved the incidence of Alzheimer’s.
Mary Gardener would be interested to know that this writer spent 20 years studying cancer cure: it’s interesting that people with all types of cancer are low in Vitamin D, isn’t it.
There is no freedom of speech, only freedom of media owners to tell people what to think: it is they who usually control the election outcomes.
USA five-star General Wesley Clark may have been right back in 2001, when he said the USA planned regime change in Iran – as he said: ‘Starting with Iraq, then Syria… then finishing off with Iran.’ Or did he really mean, finishing us off with Iran?