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April 15, 2021

End fearmongering

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It was unbelievable and ridiculous that Peter Olson presented his latest, nutty, fearmongering Letter (14 October) about the impending elimination of ‘90 per cent of the world population over the next three years’ by a ‘very sophisticated plan’, without even the barest of evidence, validation or any direction to any scientific, underground, investigative body, left wing groups, and even more so that it was printed by The Echo.

Surely you can do better than that.

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2 COMMENTS

  1. What a gabble of lack luster faults. However, there are those likely to
    believe the trash. I’d say that that’s why it was published ‘as a warning’.
    Ignore it – & watch it gain traction. If you think on it & kick the assumption
    to hell often enough it will outgrow itself. President Trump could well
    believe something like this. Recall, he said way back the pandemic wasn’t
    real. Yep – his followers believed that.

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