Hospitals filling up with vaxxed patients
by Kev Moore
The vast majority of Covid patients now are people who have received the jab. The media tries to blame the new variant on un-vaxxed people, but the facts speak for themselves.
Reports coming out of Israel claim hospitals are being filled with vaccinated people, 95 percent of whom are suffering serious illness being fully vaccinated.
“I understand that most of the patients are vaccinated, even ‘severe’ patients. Exactly. Naturally occurring. Old people, most of them are vaccinated,” Israeli Dr. Kobi Haviv told News Israel 13 Thursday.
Dr. Haviv claimed that the “effectiveness” of the vax was wearing off. I would say that the vaccine’s effects are just now becoming obvious.
Dingoes not native dogs and should be thinned out and removed from Fraser island
Letter to the Editor
What absolute stupidity to spend millions of dollars of taxpayer money on a Dingo Fence (CM15/5) when your family cannot get medical attention, when ambulances are waiting long periods to get patients medical attention — that is stupidity you elected into parliament. Politicians who would sooner spend money on dingo’s than saving your families’ lives.
The Dingoes on Fraser Island need to be removed, they were introduced there years ago, they are not native animals, all native animals are marsupials or monotremes. Genetic studies show Dingoes arrived in Australia with the migration of Southern India aborigines about 4,000 years ago when they migrated from Borneo through Sulawesi to Australia.
DNA shows Dingoes lost multiple copies of a starch digestion gene while living with agricultural people possibly in Borneo, Indonesia, which identifies their origin.
About 4,000 years ago the Tasmanian Tiger or Thylacine existed on the mainland, as it was a solitary animal as dingoes hunt in packs, they eventually wiped out Thylacines.
These dogs should not be allowed in the wild, they are no different to any other feral animal: they are however one of the most intelligent dogs alive and must be kept for breeding.
Their genes are what make Australian cattle and sheep dogs the world’s smartest and most reliable working dogs.
G J May