In any other normal jurisdiction in the Anglophone world, loopy regime quack Dr Roderick McRae would be struck off for such grossly unethical rage. But Victoria is another country; they do things differently there. McRae isn’t just angry with people who haven’t received a ‘vaccine.’ He’s lashing out at everyone who believes they can live a life not managed by him.
McRae urged Victorians eager to make the most of restrictions easing by visiting places they had missed, including bars and restaurants, to wear a mask and be cautious.
“We strongly advise people not to undertake any activity that may lead to inebriation and the requirements for medical care,” he said.
“Now is not the time you want to fall over or get injured, because the hospitals are full. Don’t get too excited about the horse winning the Melbourne Cup if you’re on the brink of having a cardiac issue. Because if you call an ambulance in coming weeks, you may have to wait.”
Dr Stephen Parnis has tonight condemned McRae: “Unacceptable comments from the incumbent in an organisation I used to lead. We treat people on the basis of medical need. Not ideology, not education, not personality.” So has Dr Nick Coatsworth – amongst other medicos.