Abalinx 3 May 2020 Peter Adamis
SCOTT MORRISON AND BRENDON MURPHY ARE NOT INFALLIBLE AND DANIEL ANDREWS IS NOT GOD! AN ALTERNATIVE POINT OF VIEW. With utmost due respect to Scott Morrison and Brendon Murphy whom I respect very much, but they are not Gods nor do they have all the answers. As for Daniel Andrews strutting the Victorian stage as if he is God is not lost on Victorians. The only reason Daniel Andrews remains at the helm is because of employment and jobs. Jobs that are tied to a Communist China who will hang a Damocles sword of debt over Victorians for decades.
IN ONE WORD: BULLOCKS!
Some five weeks ago I wrote an article about Corona Virus in Australia and how Australians can learn from the past. The article was written long before the lockdowns. Now it has been 100 days since the nation has been in lock down. (https://abalinx.com/blog/corona-virus-in-australia-a-point-of-view/)
I look back on that article and wonder what and why we ate in this predicament. Did we not learn from history? The following are just random thoughts on the methodologies being used to contain the virus:
a. When did an electronic device in the history of technology stop a disease?
b. Where is the source code to the App.?
c. Who has access to the data?
d. What happens at the end with the data?
e. Why do our politicians rely on App to gain confidence when they are surrounded by alleged health experts?
f. Why don’t they look at other nations health practices and be inspired by them.
g. There is absolutely no safeguard against data being hacked.
h. The data gathered dies not save lives but merely tracks people.
i. A person who is allegedly infected may not have access to a mobile phone.
j. If governments want to track their citizens then insert a chip into them. See how far that lasts.
k. Citizens do not place their faith in being told that an App will Dave lives. There are far better concepts and practices that will go to saving lives.
(b) Logic and Reason,
(c) Good hygiene habits, and
(d) Monitoring Hospitals and Doctors data being submitted.
l. Citizens should be told the whole truth and not half truths based on assumptions.
m. The modelling is full of assumptions and using unknown data to make decisions.
n. Governments should not underestimate the intelligence of its citizens.
o. Stop using our nations police force to enforce restrictions.
p. Lockdowns are not the panacea to the pandemic
q. I suspect politics and personal agendas are driving some of the reasons for the lock downs which vary from state to state.
r. Private and public hospital beds amalgamated are more than enough to house those infected yet they are not being used as we thought.
s. Look at last year’s statistics for deaths associated with old age, influenza, other illnesses not related to the Corona virus and compare them with this year’s data. Something is not quite right.
t. The longer our citizens are in lockdown the longer it will take to kick the start the economy.
u. Whether we like it or not, people will die. That’s a fact of life.
v. Politicians and their health advisers have grossly underestimated what fear can do to people. Have we not learnt from the Great Depression?
w. The statistics just do not add up and being told that an App will save lives is utterly wrong.
x. Look to monitoring travellers coming and going at the entry and exit points
y. Introduce Health cards or Doctors certificates prior to travelling and on arrival. If infected, isolate, quarantine and monitor.
z. Never ever have fear as a companion.
We have our chief scientist saying that the lockdown concept was not the way to go. WHO had it wrong, and now the Five Eyes intelligence community adding their weight to the subject matter! Wake up people, our politicians and medical advisers are NOT GODS. They are human beings and as such learn from the errors of the World Health Organisations who have realised that they were wrong and gave poor advice. We as Australians are a courageous and resilient race, let not fear become our companion
Cheerio for now, stay strong, never give up and never have fear as a companion.
Peter Adamis is a Journalist/Social Media Commentator and writer. He is a retired Australian military serviceman and an Industry organisational, Environmental & Occupational (OHS) & Training Consultant whose interests are within the parameters of domestic and international political spectrum. He is an avid blogger and contributes to domestic and international community news media outlets as well as to local and Ethnic News. He holds a Bachelor of Adult Learning & Development (Monash), Grad Dip Occupational Health & Safety, (Monash), and Dip. Training & Assessment, Dip Public Administration, and Dip Frontline Management. Website: abalinx.com