By TONY MOBILIFONITIS
SYDNEY Anglican priest Dave Hill, well known as a charity event boxer from Dulwich Hll, has made an impassioned and reasoned plea for the right of protest and against the destructive (and fraudulent) lockdown policy.
“We have to be ready to stand up and fight for our freedoms, but not violently, but they will be violent towards us I suspect,” Father Dave stated in a video recorded by Avi Yemeni of Rebel News. Father Dave has also made news over his dismissal from Dulwich Hill Parish after the failure of his second marriage.
Father Dave, as part of his pastoral duties for 30 years, is fully familiar with the everyday problems of inner-city and suburban families, but is deeply worried by the impact of the lockdowns. Noting the sacrifice of thousands of Australian soldiers fighting wars for freedom against tyranny, the priest said the entire narrative had now been switched to sacrificing freedom to save lives.
“Presumably we don’t want to live in a country where they have electronic surveillance on you, where they can tell you when you can come in and when you can go out, if you can go to work, who you can associate with, whether you’re able to embrace people.”
Father Dave said he had lost a good friend to the virus, but he also knew seven people who committed suicide during the lockdowns. He believed health and wellbeing was not the entire driver of the government response because if it was, much greater attention would be paid to the destructive effects of lockdowns. “Lockdowns strip us of our humanity,” he said.
Father Dave’s warnings are borne out by shocking suicide and self harm “ideation and presentation” statistics just released by the NSW Department of Health and published by the Daily Telegraph. The figures show a massive 17% rise from 2019 to 2021.
The priest’s comments meanwhile are sadly a rarity among Australian church leaders, many of whom were co-opted into the vaccine narrative very early in the plandemic by Melbourne Baptist Rev. Tim Costello and a campaign called EndCOVID4All run by his social justice group Micah.
Costello, brother of the former Federal Treasurer Peter Costello, was well ahead of the curve with his campaign which we suspect came from employees of the behind-the-scenes drivers of the plandemic, such as those seen at Event 201 in August 2019.
Church welfare agencies were especially targeted by the campaign and indications are that a large segment of churchgoers fell for the “vaccines will save us” narrative.
Mega-churches like Hillsong and Christian City Church have been notable by their silence, with Hillsong’s Brian Houston suggesting to his congregation in 2020 that they follow his example and get flu shots and download the federal governments’ contact tracing app.
No doubt Houston was egged on by his mate Scott Morrison. Hillsong also hosts a medical clinic at its facility in the Hills district, and in recent media interviews over the death of 34-year-old Hillsong LA member Stephen Harmon from COVID-19, Houston said “many of our staff, leadership and congregation have already received the COVID-19 vaccine”. Houston however, insisted vaccination was a “personal choice”.
Harmon was pictured in hospital hooked up to a ventilator, a frequently fatal treatment. Could his chances of surviving been vastly improved with an ivermectin (Borody triple therapy) or hydroxychloroquine (Zelenko protocol) treatments?