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April 21, 2021

Rejecting paranoia

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Now rejecting paranoia and fear mongering apparently equates with ‘the bad old days of the Soviet Union and Nazi Germany’ according to Mr Engelae (letters, 4 March)… WTF?

No-one knows how C19 will play out, but one thing’s for sure, no one’s perfect, and if a person’s primary motivation for drawing breath is not to be part of creating more joy and kindness, they need to keep their mouth closed and get out of the way.


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