Here we are, mid-way through the year and almost three years into the Weaponization of Hypochondria era. You’d think this endless obsession with getting sick might cause those who continue to get sick to question the “effectiveness” of the “vaccines” they have taken – which have not prevented millions of them from getting sick.
In some cases, repeatedly.
Instead, we hear them say they are grateful they didn’t get as sick as they otherwise might have. Emphasis on “might” because how do they know? Is it any different than someone claiming they got over their last cold faster because they wore a vial of gypsy tears around their neck?
Instead, they just believe – a have-faith characteristic of this strange new cult that flowered out of the old cult, that being the one defined by its obsession with “safety,” which neatly morphed into this new obsession with “health.” Which is often obsessed over the most, interestingly enough, by those who are the least healthy. Who are sedentary. Obese. Often, both.
It is ironic that the same people who are unwilling to make dietary and lifestyle changes to improve their health – so as to reduce the chances of getting sick and to lower the degree of sickness if they actually do get sick – have seemingly endless faith in supposed palliatives, which is what these drugs styled “vaccines” are, in fact.
And maybe not even that.
How do you prove that these palliatives make the sickness they don’t prevent people from getting actually do palliate? Has there been any double-blind study to establish the fact, as opposed to the assertion? One group of people who didn’t take the drugs. Another that did. How many in each group actually got sick – and how sick did they get?
It is probable that it’s as it was – and remains – with regard to the “masks” that peddlers of gypsy tears such as Dr. Fauci continue to push, sans any evidence that they serve any purpose, palliative or otherwise – other than to establish that he and those like him with power have the authority (his word) to force people to just wear them. Just over their faces rather than around their necks.
Note that the bad doctor has not modified his stance that everyone who boards a commercial flight must be made to “mask” – notwithstanding the fact that , after going on two-plus months of most not “masking” (because they no longer have to, in order to be allowed to fly on a commercial flight) there has been no correlative “spike” in the number of those getting sick.
Ordinarily – if we weren’t dealing with a cult – this would constitute happy evidence that wearing “masks” was not necessary. That is to say, medically-epidemiologically necessary. But such happy facts make people like the bad doctor most unhappy, because it drains away the asseverations of bad people like Dr. Fauci, who understand that contrary facts are very effective at countering those asseverations.
It is why he insists on “masks” – forever. It is why the Thing that wandered out on Late Night TeeVee the other night was wearing one, though he took it off as soon as he sat down, not “socially distanced” from the host of the show – who also loves “masks,” when the proletariat is forced to wear them.
But let’s circle back to basics. To definitions.
It is not a “vaccine” if it doesn’t keep you from getting sick. It is especially not if the “vaccinated” can give sickness, to others.
Perhaps there is no harm in taking these drugs – or whatever they are – in the manner of taking various supplements. But no one should be forced to take them. More precisely, no one ever should have been pressured to take them. Especially given the known risks of them, carefully and deliberately suppressed before these drugs were even pushed as well as after – all the way to the now.
Whatever your stance on the merits of vaccines, these drugs aren’t. And for that reason, there can be no legitimate argument – based on “science,” in the name of “public health” – to continue pushing them. The argument in favor of pushing them being even more specious than the prior asseveration that Smith’s wearing of a “mask” protects Jones – and vice-versa.
No, it doesn’t. Whether “mask” or Jab.
It might make you feel better, in the case of both. But feelings are subjective and frequently the result of emotional state. These people who took the “vaccines” maybe feel a little better when they get sick. But are they actually less sick because they took the “vaccines”?
Or is it just a case of emotional asseveration?
That seems to be the defining element of all cults, wherein belief has the same internal veracity as external fact.
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