Some more info about the refugees situation!

Some sort of report about the refugees on Nauru, was being publicised this morning. As usual, it’s medical doctors trying to alarm everybody as to the plight of these refugees.

It’s all very well for these ‘bleeding hearts’ and ‘do-gooders’, to parrot their medical knowledge about, without any regard or care for any resulting consequences from what they are suggesting (?)

Look I myself, could start raving on about being very generous and welcoming everybody to Australia, and encouraging our federal government to splash all sorts of funds toward any refugees! However I am a realist with a laterally gifted brain, and do not suffer from tunnel vision! What I’ve found in having a lot to do with many medical doctors, is that sure – they had passed the exams that their medical schools had presented to them… but too many of them were just simply very good regurgitators, using their good memory to rehash everything they’d been exposed to, through their medical textbooks. Very few of them actually stop and digest what they are learning and question everything – and the few that do, well they actually hop-out of patient care and often move into medical research.

The big argument advanced, was that 30% of these refugees had attempted suicide! However one has to consider that these refugees are very calculating individuals, and such self-harm initiatives are no-more than their only weapon in their arsenal… and its usage is employed to give all these so-called human-rights lawyers and doctors and social workers, more leverage for their arguments against the government’s position.

If these moronic doctors had any real IQ to go with their medical knowledge, they’d ask themselves a very revealing question, and that is “how many of this massive number of refugees had actually died through suicide?”… What they’d find is that only  2 of them had died through suicide! And this means that such a rate is much, much smaller than in the general Australian population!

These stupid doctors claim also that 2/3 of these refugees had lost control over their life! However, it’s obvious that such refugees knew very well what was in store for them, especially since in most of their cases they had used documents to enter Indonesia, and subsequently burnt these so that the Australian authorities had no idea as to where to send them to repatriate them!

Some other main points raised, are that many of these refugees had developed mental illnesses such as “resignation syndrome”… they felt helpless knowing that they were being used as pawns, to discourage others from following their course. However, once again it’s so easy to mimic some psychotic manifestations, in the hope of winning concessions… plus I’m sure that those refugees did not expect some sort of holiday camp awaiting them.

Furthermore, as I’ve mentioned before: most people in the rest of the world would probably want to come to Australia! Certainly the rest of Indonesia, plus all those people from Papua New Guinea – but can we afford to be swamped with almost 7 billion refugees… certainly not! And it’s no wonder that all the locals on Nauru and Papua, feel resentment towards these refugees, and would like to bash them, as they see them on a big “free lunch” and having all their needs catered for by the Australian government!

We’ve got a multitude of our own destitute mental patients, that nobody is caring two hoots about! We should help our own people before attempting to be altruistic! What’s more many of our pensioners can’t afford to eat proper regular meals, whilst all these refugees are getting well catered for! However most of these so-called refugees aren’t here for the basics of life, as most of them are really “economic migrants” with massive capitalistic plans… their usual goals are to open some sort of business and become very rich, and then travel to their countries of origin posing about their newly acquired wealth!

If these “illegal vagrants” – (that are no more than vermin – just like a friend called Robyn called the non-native doves, and ordered me never to feed them!) – were really true refugees, they would not be insisting on bypassing other countries like India or Indonesia, whist having Australia as their goal! But rather, they would settle for some other country where the cost of living is not as expensive – such a proposition would make much more sense, as their needs would be much more easily met in such a country. However this is not what these illegal, vagrant, vermin, are aiming for ! (???) Instead they are dreaming of becoming entrepreneurs and millionaire businessmen,  at the expense of our government which is simply expected to gullibly fund every desire of theirs!

Most of the imbecilic, moronic, public, that shows support for these vagrants, are totally unaware that these illegals are here to steal their resources from under them, and disrupt every area of their life! Are they going to be happy when they can’t access medical help, because all these vagrants are hogging the system? What about when their bus doesn’t bother to stop because it’s already too full? I’m sure they’re not going to enjoy travelling like sardines – to and from work for hours ever day – as the congestion intensifies!

In conclusion, these stupid doctors were complaining that the refugees are being used as pawns! Such morons! What do they want the Australian government to do? Roll out a red carpet and have a welcoming committee with an orchestra playing music! These refugees knew what to expect, as the Australian government publicised with all sorts of ads in these countries of origin, that nobody was going to be allowed to settle in Australia by coming here illegally by boats! 

Yes Mr Dutton! Carry on with your great work, and we know that hopefully Mr Morrison will continue to back you up – seeing that he did such a wonderful job, doing  your sort of work so well in the past!

Frank Pio Russo.























Should we cut back on locum doctors?

From: Frank Pio Russo []
Sent: Friday, 16 December 2016 7:36 AM
To: ‘’
Subject: FW: Remuneration of locums is a bit problematic !

Remuneration of locums is a bit problematic !

 Hi there,

Look after reviewing the remuneration of locums, I have identified a problem there !

As the system stands, with all locums visits covered by Medicare – regardless of whether the patient is a pensioner or not – there is a serious problem ! In fact GP’s would really be ‘bleeding’, because only a foolish patient would want to go to a GP and pay a fee… not to mention using up his own vehicle and petrol, plus negotiating very difficult clinic’s carparks which tend to be usually full. Furthermore whilst waiting for a locum at home, one could be watching TV or doing anything he likes in the comfort of his own home.

Yes, I think the service should only be totally free, to pensioners and perhaps the very needy – with some sort of yearly cap to make sure it is not abused: e.g. perhaps a maximum of 26 calls per year… i.e. an average of one per fortnight!


Frank Pio Russo.

From: Frank Pio Russo []
Sent: December 7, 2016 7:41 PM
To: ‘’
Subject: Locum Doctors deserve to be looked after !

Locum Doctors deserve to be looked after !

Apparently there’s some talk about cutting back the Medicare rebate for locum doctors! This is a very bad move as there are a lot of extra costs that are incurred by these doctors. For a start they need to provide their own security, as they’re usually on at night on insane hours… and remember how the Malaysian Dr. Goh was lured out to a call and was killed by these drug addicts who were after his medical bag !

Also there are many other costs associated with the mobile nature of their calls… i.e.  the travelling time involved, as well as the petrol and tear and wear of their vehicles, and any special insurance considerations.

I’m sure that this is being driven by greedy and jealous GPs who see them as the opposition, when they themselves are too lazy to get off their “arses” and do some after-hours house-calls! They prefer their comfy 9 to 5 offices with all of their mod-cons.

In actual fact Medicare should swing the other way, and give these locums even more latitude: for one thing I don’t see why they can’t swab very sick patients, who are too sick to physically go to a GP’s office – when they really belong in an intensive care hospital ward – because of whooping cough and a bit of asthma! E.g. recently a locum ordered an antibiotic at the onset of a chesty dry cough… it later occurred to the patient that this was actually whooping cough… he contacted his GP and wanted to know firstly whether the antibiotic prescribed would do the job if it was whooping cough… and secondly whether  he could issue a second prescription for Erythromycin if the latter was required for whooping cough! The response back was that he would only issue it after first assessing him in his office and getting a positive swab result back – without even answering the first obvious question posed!

 The patient was too sick to comply, and was sort of left to choke and virtually die every few minutes with little consciousness! Yes like in the parable of the ‘talent coins’, the privilege of doing the swabs should be taken away from the “greedy and worthless” slaves, and given to the ones ready to produce and gain interest on the investment !!

In conclusion, it is the work of locums that should be expanded at the expense of the GPs rather than the other way round… this is obvious because most people try to go to work from 9 to 5, and prefer to see a doctor after hours – when it’s the locums that operate.

Frank Pio Russo.



The euthanasia question.

From: Frank Pio Russo []
Sent: November 26, 2016 4:54 PM
To: ‘’
Subject: The Euthanasia question is incredibly easy !!

The Euthanasia question is incredibly easy !!

Vulnerable people need to be protected from vultures!

And by that I don’t simply mean from greedy relatives, that are wanting to get their filthy paws on one’s inheritance! But even simply – do-gooders bleeding-hearts that might want to make any depressed individual, feel guilty simply for any resources that he might be using up… (when he may well have quite some savings in reserves) !!

The only time that euthanasia should be considered, is not simply when someone is terminal: there might be some miraculous cure just around the corner – how are we to know what the future has in store ?

But rather, when the cocktail of drugs one’s on has outlived its usefulness and is now actually damaging his system rather than prolonging his existence !!

Most genuine doctors and understanding relatives are actually already doing this… therefore all these attempts at new legislation, are carried out by sycophantic parasites that are no more than pathetic bastards (???)

ANONYMOUSLY contributed.