Narada Vantari, Myocum
Like many locals in this community known for its alternative lifestyles, I have put a lot of time and energy into looking after my own health rather than abnegating responsibility to the allopathic medical establishment, with its sordid record of misconduct and its obeisance to the pharmaceutical industry.
Whatever else this pandemic may be, it is being used as an opportunity to take away our freedom to choose alternative health modalities, and put health practitioners out of business if they don’t submit to compulsory vaccination.
It is a pity we have no access to data about the general state of health of those who manifest serious symptoms labelled COVID-19.
We do not know how many health conscious, non-smokers, non-drinkers, or even vegetarians, are among them. We do know, from the government’s own reporting, that at least 98 per cent of those who have died were over 70, and most of the rest probably had serious pre-existing conditions.
I am very disappointed by The Echo’s subtle (and increasingly not so subtle) insults to those who question the wisdom of the party line.
As the billion-dollar campaign against those who do not wish to participate in this unprecedented and dangerous experiment continues… The Echo’s bias is becoming more than insulting, it is veering dangerously close to joining in this assault on the human rights of Australians.