Melbourne woman receives dangerous letter
Fury has actually broken out online after a Melbourne lady got a troubling note in her letterbox motivating her to press back versus coronavirus security guidance.
Feminist author Karen Pickering shared a picture of the note, including what she considered “absolute f***ing nonsense” to her Instagram recently.
The photocopied brochure included graphics for vaccines, screening, mask using, social distancing and QR code check in, and the phrasing, “you can say no”.
“No one can force you to do anything. The owner of your body and mind is you,” it checked out.
Beneath the graphics, there was text that checked out, “there are laws that provide protection for you to say no”.
Not just was the letter “dangerous”, its author was strongly entitled and self-centered, according to Pickering.
“This absolute f***ing nonsense was dropped into my letter box. The entitlement! Of living in a country where they have access to medical miracles and not only refusing them, but trying to convince others to refuse them too,” her caption read.
“I wonder if they’d be so committed to vaccine refusal if they lived in a different country where covid is decimating the population.
“The utter selfishness of grandstanding about your individual rights is such a position of privilege. Meanwhile, the rest of us fight a global pandemic in the only way that works – collectively. The f***wittery. The asshattery. The gall. The lack of conscience in putting vulnerable people at risk because you think you know more than the WHO.”
Pickering argued it was unjustifiably “bananas” to decline to take part in precaution that were simply moderate troubles.
“Imagine framing the mild inconvenience of wearing masks, socially distancing, checking in with QR codes, getting tested and, yes, getting vaccinated as a violation of your human rights. What a bunch of bloody bananas.”
More than 700 individuals liked her post, which brought in remarks from lots of individuals concurring with her position.
Among those to comment was another lady who declared she too had actually gotten comparable letters in the mail just recently.
“So privileged. The crumbs of society,” another individual included.
“Gross. How dangerous and irresponsible. I’ve had similar, calling me to join rallies to protest for my ‘freedom’,” somebody else composed.
“The audacity is really hard to believe,” a 3rd stated.
It comes as Covid -19 continues to rave in NSW with 112 cases reported on Monday and 3 Victorians screening favorable after a contaminated removalist gone to from Sydney.