Yes, they’re bully tactics
THE intolerant and destructive persecution from the “Yes” side in the SSM plebiscite campaign has struck again.
A medical specialist professional with his own rooms, a family man, has been targeted by one of his referring medicos because he publicly let it be known he was campaigning for “No”.
As a direct consequence he has lost over half his business.
So the sky won’t fall in? Tell that to my friend and those who depended on him.
In his professional business, he was employing several other professionals who obviously also depended on their jobs to provide for their families.
To remain viable, my friend has had to put off some of those and greatly reduce the hours of the others, both in his region and in another region linked to his business. This is in Australia!
This is exactly the modus operandi of the Yes campaign.
It has been documented in other businesses – not only overseas, but also here – business owners are forced to say Yes, or are forced out of business.
There is no compassion, tolerance, love ( yes, that word!) or even rational thought coming from the Yes activists.
We must retain our freedom from oppression, our equitable opportunities in Australia, and job opportunities for all who seek employment.
Please remember to vote, and if such developments in Australia alarm you, then vote No. MONICA VAUGHAN, The Range.