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Flat White

The tyranny of good intentions

22 January 2022

11:45 AM

22 January 2022

11:45 AM

Many are familiar with the term ‘fifteen days to slow the spread’. People were largely on board in 2020, given the unknown nature of Covid. Fifteen days have become more than 500, while government and public ‘servants’ increasingly intrude in personal decision making – with debatable results.

Remember, vaccinations and other treatments were developed despite government involvement – not as a result of it.

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