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Horror, Horror, Mixing with the Unjabbed Is Scary for Respectable People!
To quote a Soviet joke, "today he listens to jazz; tomorrow he'll betray our Motherland."
This story is a quick collection of news. Two things.
One, a debunking of an Instagram pediatrician that I think is well worth reading. I have lots to say but if I start, I will never stop typing—so I am just sharing it without philosophical comment for now, the story speaks for itself.
Two, the curious compilation of headlines below was sent today by The Naked Emperor (thank you).
We are so deep down the deep end of profitable ideological absurdity that it hurts to argue with propaganda even in our own heads—point by point, using logic—because for the shameless propagandists, this is not about logic. For most people on the ground, it might very well be about being sincerely scared and habitually proud—but for the propagandists, it’s a deliberate act of keeping the hysteria up so that we don’t get a chance to catch an independent thought even in our own heads!
(Propagandists get no respect from me unless they mend their ways.)
I mean, what science? What human rights? What democracy? What logic? What intellectual integrity? What decency? What compassion? What good will? What free speech? We are just in an artificially created screaming propaganda vortex! Not a fun ride, but here we are, facing with an opportunity to grow our souls in the process…
But, for the sake of logic, a little bit… See, blaming the unjabbed for the troubles of the jabbed started annoying me a few years ago when they tried to pull this trick with measles (which, by the way. where I come from, was considered a standard, expected childhood disease that came with zero hysteria, but that’s a whole other topic).
We don’t even have to get into the deep topic of viruses… just.. remember where the shiny sanctity of “vaccines,” as a genre of medication, comes from? It comes from the idea that you get a vaccine, and you don’t get sick. It doesn’t matter if you end up getting exposed to the pathogen. It doesn’t matter if you have to swim though a sea filled with infected sharks, for that matter! The idea is that you get a vaccine and you don’t get sick! Full stop, End of story. That is it. The vaccines are sacred in the public conscience because for decades, we were told that if you get a vaccine, you don’t get sick.
Now, this reality of it is not quite black and white. Since this article is not intended as a comprehensive vaccinology treatise, I am just going to mention that there is an opinion among vaccinologists that even “regular” vaccines (such as measles vaccines, which come with their own bag of dirt) tend to suppress symptoms rather than prevent infection, which, in their opinion, may explain the outbreaks. I know I am not being nuanced, this is just a side note.
There have been studies (example) showing that even with traditional vaccines, they may protect one from the target disease but increase the chances of getting other diseases, due to the fact that our immune system doesn’t get properly trained in a natural way.
And Dr. Paul Thomas did a study comparing the vaccinated and the unvaccinated children (we are talking traditional vaccines), and he was able to show with data that the fewer vaccines children got (given the modern hygiene, etc.), the healthier they seemed to be. Needless to say, he was attacked for that rather viciously. And there are many books and articles written about how the infectious diseases that we are told were eradicated or greatly reduced by vaccines, actually reduced themselves due to a change in collective lifestyle before the vaccines were introduced, etc. etc.
But, all philosophy aside, and bringing to the forefront that fact that vaccines, as a genre, are sacred because they are supposed to solidly protect the vaccinated, check out this horror! Not very subtle…
(Also, here are fantastic write-ups by Jessica Rose and Byram Bridle).
My wish for the propagandists: may they eat each other as soon as possible! This is just too dishonest!
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