THOSE of us old enough to remember the world before the ‘vaccines’ know that thousands of lives were impacted, permanently wrecked or lost as surgeries and diagnostic procedures were cancelled to protect the elderly. Reeking of boomer, one beneficiary of the carnage calls the ABC to complain about what some people haven’t done for her lately:
On the other side of town, as elective surgery was cancelled and even some emergency surgery moved offsite to private and other medical settings, one elderly caller angrily told me of her much-needed operation on a painfully fractured knee being called off, with no new date set, because “my hospital bed is being taken up by someone who couldn’t be bothered getting vaccinated”…
Our freedoms out of lockdown are being borne on the shoulders of healthcare professionals who end their days with cuts on their faces from their PPE and who haven’t had a break in months.
Like Virginia Trioli and her colleagues, nurses in Australia – most of whom have never attended to a coronavirus patient – have not missed a single pay-day. The burden of the lockdowns ordered by rich Premiers and CHOs has been borne by the ‘unessential’ class, not by healthcare professionals. Lately acquired interest in nurses cannot hide the obvious guilt ABC divas feel about getting paid ten times more for laptopping.