Whenever controversy in business or politics or church - the police and investigators - have a first initial response – ‘Follow the money’.
Many of our international young writers hail from the West Indies. This was raised again recently when across my desk came a presentation from TT Responses https://rcctnt.com/tt-response/ linked to Jamaica https://rcctnt.com/ which illustrated that ‘following the money’ centres on the international conglomerate pharmasecutals.
A graph was shown, which one might dare to say has wisely been hidden, that the deaths of those fully vaccinated for Covid has risen with frightening alarm. The science is not hidden, it is aired most days in Australia’s media, that variants are the central issue.
What vaccines work today – when a fresh variant comes along – that treatment, in the words of science, alarm is aired. This is on the news.
Right now – I am fully vaxed - the symbol is on my iphone ‘wallet’. I also have a hard copy from my doctor. When enquired I can bring it up on my phone or show it hard copy.
A new variant will inevitably mean another vaccination – someone pays for this – and the adage ‘follow the money’ becomes central. The Australian Government is paying for it – that us folks! Massive loans for the following generations to pay off. Who is reaping - follow the money - international conglomerate pharmasecutals. The question being aired is - Who gives the medical advice?
NSW change of mood
We witnessed last week with the NSW Liberal Party voting in Dominic Perrottet as the new leader and in turn the new political Premier of New South Wales.
His comment to the media relating to medical advice – ‘we are elected’ - ie - to make decisions.
This was raised as some medical representatives were in disagreement with the political steps to open up more quickly than initially stated by the previous NSW Government.
Commentators are increasingly highlighting - politicians need to weigh up all considerations, not singular medical advice.
This applies across the board - every State and the Commonwealth.
Some of those considerations - big business, industry, small business survival, tourism, church and missions, welfare, family reunions, friends, entertainment, restaurants, coffee shops, eating facilities, supermarkets, youth suicide, children’s wellbeing, students back to school ….. it goes on and on ….
Following medical advice exclusively ….. you must be kidding …..
In my view, following medical advice conclusively will keep us locked-down and moreover, a common term that relates to medical advice is ‘risk aversion’.
What medical person would put themselves ‘out there’ with advice that could come back and bite them – therefore the nature of the process is ‘risk aversion.’ When politicians follow such ‘risk aversion’ advice – lockdowns considerations become paramount. Political fear can be overwhelming. Borders get closed.
‘Holistic leadership’ is a term often used in Christian circles.
All over the world - including a growing number of USA States, the UK and European nations – have opened up. The ‘risk aversion’ medical advice has not changed but not taken as gospel. Norway last week was the latest.
A closer look at the Bible illustrates this human dilemma. I haven’t given chapter and verse as the article would have been galactic in length. Kings 1 and 11 and Chronicles 1 and 11 – rife will such. The Apostle Paul knew it too in his Letters.
Dr Mark Tronson - a 4 min video
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Baptist Minister 44 years
- 1984 - Australian cricket team chaplain 17 years (Ret)
- 2001 - Life After Cricket (18 years Ret)
- 2009 - Olympic Ministry Medal – presented by Carl Lewis
- 2019 - The Gutenberg - (ARPA Christian Media premier award)
Gutenberg video - 2min 14sec
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