AS OF TODAY SEVEN HUNDRED AND FIFTEEN ( 715) VICTORIANS HAVE DIED IN THE LATEST OUTBREAK OF COVID
As the number of COVID 19 cases continues to skyrocket beyond the expectations of all major governments including my own, the principle of bread and circuses has exceeded all of our expectations.
The most damming statistic is that to date 715 people have died a horrible death in Victoria alone.
While the Federal government caved into the anti vaxxers and sovereign soldiers marching on the streets causing mayhem and assaulting nurses, doctors, police and other frontline troops with impunity, all the while Crying ‘Freedom’.
One state, in collusion with the federal government, plotted to open the economy without any consideration of the health of its people.
Dead People Don’t vote
Simply, the government has failed us by allowing restrictions to be eased to the detriment of all Australians. I previously stated that it became humanity versus consumerism.
It’s now obvious that the government has caved into the business and industry sector without much consideration for the overall health of the majority of the population.
See my previous post Dead – The New Normal where I praised this Victorian government for taking extreme care for its citizens against all advice.
Having been sold out by the NSW and Federal government, we are now seeing the devastation of those deadly policies on us all, even that state is now seeing the sickness, hospitalisation and death inspired by their actions beyond even their wildest dreams.
Until the unvaccinated are convinced in one way or another that their selfish deadly actions are causing misery and more importantly death, we can only look toward more death and more misery ahead.
What responsible government would allow people to walk amongst us all the time spreading a potentially deadly disease ??
I intend to upkeep this website every week to give a tally of those who have died due to the actions of those responsible .
Disclaimer * I write as I speak, I missed school the day they taught punctuation and grammar