She was the victim of officials sacrificing children for neurotics

Excellent mum Rhaikit Thintuep’s daughter Glory wasn’t the victim of “indirect impacts” of COVID.
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9 Responses to She was the victim of officials sacrificing children for neurotics

  1. Lee says:

    All of this was fairly predictable.
    This is the first time in modern history, at least, I can recall the interests and health of adults were put ahead of children’s.

  2. C.L. says:

    I can’t think of any parallel.

  3. Lee says:

    The great irony is that a child’s chances of actually dying of Covid are at best infinitesimal.

  4. Franx says:

    And so it continues. More propaganda to build on anxiety about covid, and again dressed up as research about covid, as if covid was the monster. Meanwhile, genuine researchers into the machinations that sustained the false premisses of covid are maligned and censored and threatened and their work suppressed.

  5. Chris M says:

    This is the first time in modern history, at least, I can recall the interests and health of adults were put ahead of children’s.

    Yes, well there is abortion.

  6. rosie says:

    Families coped without playgroups back in the day.
    Reading the article, the bit about group singing at child care.
    Is there anything child care can’t do better than parents?
    I used to joke that I had children so someone would listen to me sing but it was just a natural part of being a mother.
    We all sing with my little grandchildren, all the time, songs and nursery rhymes, it’s an natural as breathing. Doesn’t everyone sing and read with their children?
    Though I do still really resent the closing of playgrounds. I remember sneaking to a little backstreet one with my toddler grandson for a swing, only stayed ten minutes, fearful of a dobber or a cruising police car.
    What a disgrace that was.

  7. Jannie says:

    This is the first time in modern history, at least, I can recall the interests and health of adults were put ahead of children’s.

    Even worse than that. The interests of adults over the age of 60.

  8. Diogenes says:

    Rosie,
    “Back in the day” we coped without playgroup because there was a community, ie you knew and interacted with your neighbours, the kids all played together, and you were able to tap extended families.

  9. Fat Tony says:

    Jannie says:
    22 September, 2022 at 11:07 pm
    Even worse than that. The interests of adults over the age of 60.

    Not when you look at the increase in overall death rates of older people since the roll out of the “vaccines”…

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