Most people don’t buy things they don’t need – unless they want them. The difference being a necessity vs. an indulgence.
Almost no one needs the “vaccine” being hard-sold to almost everyone.
This is not an assertion; it is a statement of fact. It is known – a fact – that practically no children and almost no otherwise healthy/not-elderly adults have died or are likely to die from the ‘Rona; their risk of death is less than 1 percent. This is the “science.” As opposed to the hysteria – which says they must receive a “vaccination.”
They need it as much as a strong swimmer needs to wear a life vest when he is walking in the vicinity of a swimming pool – on the slight, almost nil chance that he might drown.
And the life vest merely makes him look silly. It carries with it no physical risk of its own.
The “vaccine” does. Including, specifically, the risk of the unknown.
Possibly more risk than the risk of the thing it purports to immunize against. Which it apparently doesn’t – this being Holy Gospel from Pope Fauci XVII himself, who saith that the Faithful must weareth their Diapers even after having received their Holy Needling. Which implies the “vaccine” doesn’t serve a palliative purpose.
But even if it did, the otherwise healthy/not-elderly population has a 0.0-something percent chance of dying from the thing purportedly being immunized against.
As contrasted with the fact of the very actual deaths – of otherwise healthy/not-elderly people coincident to their being injected with whatever-it-is. Which is accurate, since no one knows what-it-is, except perhaps the people who concocted it and even they cannot know what it will do to people, side-effects-wise. Italicized for reasons of editorial accuracy. Because it is impossible to know that when the whatever-it-is has not been tested on people, with control/placebo/double-blind protocols.
This is stupendous.
Never before in the history of medicine has the generally healthy population been pressured to assume the unknown risks of an experimental palliative against a virus that presents no significant threat to the generally healthy population.
It is one thing – a reasonable thing – for a person with a terminal illness who, having exhausted every conventional treatment, decides to try an experimental treatment as a kind of last-ditch, Hail Mary pass to avoid death.
There is literally nothing to lose in such a case. in which case, it makes sense.
But what to say about the case of people who are not dying, aren’t even sick – and for whom the risk of this sickness, in terms of dying, is on par with their risk of dying in a car crash (the lifetime chances of which are probably greater) who willingly assume an unknown risk for the sake of an asserted but grossly exaggerated threat?
Nothing can account for this except mental illness.
There is also an ironic aspect to this.
America is a country obsessed with “safety” and its corollary, the mitigation of risk, however slight – no matter the cost. New cars are required to have back-up cameras and third row “don’t forget your kid” buzzers because a few dozen people out of 330 million people backed-up over a kid or left one to roast to death in a car.
But a “vaccine” that is already admitted to be coincident with thousands of deaths of previously healthy people arouses no panic.
Of course, this is the case because these “cases” aren’t presented in the manner that “the cases! the CASES!” . . . of positive tests, obtained after dozens of “spins” to obtain the desired “positive” results are presented. Which presents an interesting question for those not afraid to ask it.
Why is there such a concerted effort to both maximize and tout the number of positive tests – the cases! the CASEs! – but almost nothing touted and probably every effort made to minimize the death count coincident to “vaccinations”?
If the motive behind the hysteria as regards the cases! the CASES! – of positive tests – really is public health, then why the indifference to the cases of deaths coincident to the “vaccine” injections?
The answer may be too much to bear.
But if so, it makes it even more urgent that we look this evil squarely in the face – and deal with it. Before it deals with us.
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