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Veverka puts anyone who doesn't agree in same subhuman camp

To The Daily Sun,

James Veverka has finally told us exactly who and what he is — in short, a barbarian.

He advocates for women killing their babies for whatever reason suits them. He denies their personhood, as did the Nazis in Germany. Once people no longer look at "others" as people they can be systematically killed for the flimsiest of reasons.

He puts anyone who disagrees with him in that same subhuman camp, crazies, nuts, fanatics. If enough people thought like he does there would be gas ovens lighting up the sky across the country. He is the dangerous one here. He spreads lies and expects people to believe them. Shame on you mister, shame on you!

Michael Brooker

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CornerBridge serves those who are at risk of mental illness

To The Daily Sun,

Sunday, Oct. 2, through Saturday, Oct. 8, is Mental Illness Awareness Week, a time to come together to fight stigma, provide support, educate the public and advocate for equal care.

Mental illness is a medical condition, but it is often surrounded by stigma or stereotypes that prevent people from getting the help they need. One in five adults experiences a mental illness in any given year. Approximately half of all lifetime cases of mental illness begin by the age of 14. Unfortunately, long delays — sometimes lasting decades — often occur between the time symptoms first appear and when people get help. Early identification and treatment is important.

CornerBridge, located at 328 Union Ave. in Laconia, is a peer-to-peer driven organization. We provide support to anyone over the age of 18 to those who are struggling or are at risk of any mental illness. We learn from each other on how to manage and maintain our illnesses instead of our illnesses taking over us.

If you know of someone who is in need of support, but do not know where to turn to, please call: Joy Hall, CornerBridge Program Director at 603-528-7742 or email at: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Joy Hall, Program Director



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