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Abalinx 17 September 2020 Peter Adamis
Has Daniel Andrew’s and his government relied far too much on technology to make decisions on the health and well being of Victorians? A copy of the article may be downloaded by clicking on:DANIEL ANDREWS – TECHNOLOGY & HIS DECISION MAKING PROCESS
Over the past few months, Victorians have been subjected to one of the world’s harshest and draconian lockdowns ever known in the history of man.
The Roy Morgan Poll indicated that 70% of all Victorians supported Daniel Andrew’s lockdown provisions. One should question what electorates was the survey taken. (Visit Roy Morgan poll link-
The Victorian Chief Health Officer stated that he was not consulted about the use of curfew provisions. The Police Commissioner is on record as stating that he was not consulted about the lockdown provisions.
According to the latest Roy Morgan Poll, only 42% of Victorians rate the Victorian Police highly for their ethics and honesty. (Visit Roy Morgan poll link – https://www.roymorgan.com/morganpoll)
Daniel Andrew’s has stated that he was not informed about Australian Defence Force offer of support.
Daniel Andrews is on record as stating that a whole range of people were consulted but could not pinpoint as to where the idea actually was arrived at. He eventually advised that it was his decision.
Victorians were subjected or force fed data, information and statistics on a daily basis based on information divided by digital information.
Digital information included modelling, tracing, hospital statistics, death registers, aged care, police records and other digital information such as psychological advice, mental health advice and observations from political and non political sources.
In most if not all, digital information is subject to human interference, manipulation, flawed mathematical equations, deception and unknown artificial conscientiousness’.
Death notices do not always describe accurately the reasons for expiration. Statistics are very easily manipulated by human intervention, deliberately or by accident. Tracing and modelling .based on mathematical equations have been proven to be unreliable, providing different outcomes every time.
Political figures and non elected officials and bureaucrats making decisions based on the information they are provided, yet fail to see the seeds of destruction being planted.
Those seeds of destruction have devastated the economy, instilled fear and mistrust into society, closed state borders, mental health issues at an all time high, forced hotel quarantine for international travellers, suicide rates have sky rocketed, domestic violence increased, a police force with negative optical issues, hypocrisy of the highest order, and overwhelmed department of health services.
The above is but the tip of the iceberg. One could add more to the list but I am sure that readers get the gist of what I try to project.
The point of it all is that we have lost the ability to think things through, look at the issues involved holistically, make decisions that are balanced, consider all the options, whether they are political, economical and what is the desired outcome.
My question at the beginning of this article whether Daniel Andrew’s and his government relied far too much on technology stands true. Victorians need to take all of the above into account and make their voices heard. Write to your local member at the State and Federal levels voicing your concern.
We as a society cannot afford to be seduced and manipulated by information that is based on technology alone and return back to talking with one another. After all we are human and not machines living within a digital matrix.
As always, have a great day. Don’t let the ills of this world get you down as it’s still a beautiful place if Daniel Andrew’s let’s you out of quarantine.
Finally never have fear as a companion, fight the good fight and never give up. The future is in your hands and not that of Daniel Andrew’s and his government.
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
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