It’s funny that “saving lives” only seems to apply when it works to further the degree of control over us . . . exercised by the people who control the thing called government.
Example: It would have saved the lives of the several children who’ve died (so far) shortly after being injected with whatever’s in those Needles by not injecting them with it. It may save many thousands more young lives by not risking their lives by injecting them with an experimental substance that – at best – may provide some degree of protection against a sickness that does not threaten almost any of them.
Not to mention the large portion of the population that got the bug – and got over it. They are now probably less at risk of getting sick again than those who got the Jab with whatever’s in it. Needling those with immunity amounts to the same as putting a fur coat on a Golden Retriever in the summertime, to “keep him warm.”
Lives could also have been saved over the past year-plus of doors closed by opening them, particularly the doors to hospitals and clinics and doctors’ and dentists’ offices that were closed – for months – to routine/previously scheduled care, by “executive order” – that is to say, the arbitrary decrees – of the various Gesundheitsfuhrers of the Reich. How many lives were lost due to delayed (or too late) care? To undiagnosed/untreated actual illness in the name of a hypothetical illness the people in need of care for the sickness they had didn’t have?
Thousands of old lives were not saved by locking them away in prisons for the elderly, where many were deliberately forced (there was no escape) into close contact with people known to have the ‘Rona – which was known to be a definite threat to the old and frail. And then denied all contact with their healthy relatives and friends, leading to the isolation of those elderly, which led to despair – which can be as lethal to the elderly as any actual physical illness.
Saving those lives apparently didn’t matter much. One could go on. There are many such examples.
This defines the thing styled “government” almost as much as the force used to impose it. The force being necessary because one size doesn’t fit all – because it never can – and for that reason those whom it does not fit would otherwise “try on” something else.
Such as not being injected with god-knows-what or allowing their healthy children to be injected with god-knows-what. Let’s wait a minute and think about this – and decide whether it makes sense, for us and ours.
That cannot be allowed because of what it implies, which is that the individual knows best what fits himself and – accordingly – the thing called “government” does not. Which of course it cannot, even if moved by the purest intentions, because it is literally not possible for one size to fit all.
At least, not well.
By what right are those whom it does not fit made to “wear” it? This is an incredible thing, largely unexamined.
So let’s examine it, now.
One of the unctuous injunctions being leveled at the healthy individuals who are “hesitant” to be injected with whatever’s-in-those-needles – because they are healthy and prefer not to risk being made sick – is that they should be Jabbed en masse for the sake of the relative few who aren’t healthy and thus vulnerable to getting sick.
In other words, the lives of healthy individuals must be put at risk – for the sake of other people’s risk.
One size fits some, in this case.
This goes for everything from the wearing of seat belts in cars to Diapers on faces to Needles in arms. Everyone must do the same, supposedly in the name of the all – insisted upon by the few.
Which brings up what is perhaps the most interesting thing about this One Size Fits All (and “saving lives”) business. It is that the fitment is decreed by a mere handful of “tailors” aiming to dress probably 100,000 of us for every one of them. The absurdity of this should be obvious. If actual clothes were tailored on this basis, everyone would be walking around in lumpy ill-fitting uniforms and looking just the same and not very good and definitely not feeling very comfortable.
Or much like an individual.
It is why no one who isn’t in the military or in prison or living in a country that has become a prison chooses voluntarily to wear a uniform. Because one size doesn’t fit all – whether it comes to clothes or decisions pertaining to our lives, which are as specific to ourselves and our circumstances as our clothes.
Uniform is the same. Which never fits.
And always comes at a cost.
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