COVID-19. (Image courtesy CDC)

COVID-19. (Image courtesy CDC)

LETTER: It’s starting to smell like Germany in the 1930s

‘Suddenly no one dies from old age or the flu, it’s all just COVID?’

The latest COVID-fuelled restrictions are going too far! No family coming over for Christmas dinner? What next? No couples sleeping in the same room of their homes?

Going to the mall or Walmart, there are crowds of people, but we can’t have our adult kids over for a little Christmas celebration?

In Manitoba, an outdoor church was heavily fined for having parishioners sitting in their cars in a parking lot and watching a preacher on a screen.

Something is getting very smelly, like Germany in the 1930s.

Are we really to think that the billionaires of this world, who own the Walmarts and the malls, will not have any Christmas parties?

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Remember the governor of California, recently photographed in a restaurant with eight people at his table? Meanwhile he was telling common, tax-paying sheep that if they would get together, heavy fines and even jail time was to be expected.

Time to wake up people! And whatever happened to our flu-season? Suddenly no one dies from old age or the flu, it’s all just COVID?

The definition of insanity is trying the same thing over and over, and expecting a different result.

For over 10 months now we have tried killing this virus with disinfectants everywhere, which, by the way kills our immune system, with wearing masks, social distancing and lockdowns.

Is it working? Obviously not! There are many highly qualified medical doctors who promote a very different approach in fighting this major flu.

Perhaps it is time to stop the insanity and try their way of dealing with the coronavirus!

Mario C. Alleckna


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