Dr My Le Trinh graduated from the University of Sydney in 1992 and has since been a General Practitioner serving in the Hills District for the past 22 years. She owned and managed a successful Medical Centre in Baulkham Hills for over a decade. My is also a Christian, living out her faith by serving the poor in Cambodia for more than 12 years, providing free medical healthcare and various humanitarian projects to the local communities.
We are living in unprecedented times, where our human rights, dignity and sovereignty have been compromised due to the enforced implementation of lockdown measures, the mandatory wearing of face masks and the imposed vaccine mandate. Has the government provided us with accurate information regarding the pandemic, and was the vaccine truly necessary, considering recent evidence that suggests its ineffectiveness and potential harm? To ascertain the truth, it is essential that a Royal Commission be established.
The mismanagement of the economy has had a profoundly negative effect, resulting in a surge of debt and inflation, a steep rise in interest rates, and a substantial increase in the cost of living. This debt will be passed on to future generations through taxation, making it essential that we make our votes count by voting for the Liberal Democrats, rather than major parties, in order to secure our future and that of our children.
Furthermore, to sustain our industry and stimulate job and economic growth, we should not overlook the accessible and cost-efficient sources of coal and gas. Rather, we should investigate alternative sources of energy, such as nuclear energy, as renewable energy cannot provide us with cost-effective and reliable energy.
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