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Fireworks. Picture: Suppiled
Fireworks. Picture: Suppiled

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Here we are, still overshadowed by plague, approaching the beginning of a new year – hoping 2021 will be better. “Happy New Year?”

“We’re all in this together!” The mantra response to the Covid-19 crisis. Easily repeated, but thoughtlessly vacuous. I’ll support you as long as I agree with what you do and say, but not if I find your opinions inconvenient or too challenging.

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