More from the Ant-vax Tinfoil Hat Brigade
Interesting to see a few hundred tin foil hatters turn out to the million people anti-mandatory-vaccinations comedy sessions around the country.
Void of purpose from the start, since no COVID-19 vaccine in Australia is mandatory.
Bu of course, the “I’m not anti-vax, but…” crowd are not really about objections to mandatory vaccination, they want to scare people off vaccines altogether.
This in unmitigatedly, inexcusably evil.
It isn’t woke, or clever. People who are anti-vaxxers don’t know more than others. They haven’t “Done their research.” They are not concerned about your welfare, or that of your children.
But, they wail…
COVID-19 vaccines are experimental. No, they are not.
COVID-19 vaccines contain cells from aborted babies. No, they do not.
COVID-19 vaccines change your DNA. No, they do not.
COVID-19 vaccines contain tracking devices. No, they do not.
COVID-19 vaccines have terrible side effects the government and bug pharma are hiding from you. No, they do not.
COVID-19 vaccines are part of Bill Gates and the Cabal’s plot to reduce world population. No, they are not.
COVID-19 vaccines don’t stop you getting the disease. Yes, they do.
COVID-19 vaccines won’t save lives. Yes, they will, and already are.
None of the above complaints has any basis in science or reality. They originate with scumbags, scroungers and scammers like Andrew Wakefield, Joseph Mercola, Robert F Kenned Jnr, Sherri Tenpenny, etc.
I have said this before, and it is worth saying again, if you are telling people not to get a proven, life-saving medication or procedure because you don’t understand that post hoc ergo propter hoc (after, therefore must be because of) is a fallacy, or because you would rather pass on Facebook memes that agree with your prejudices, or you can’t be bothered checking your views with genuine science and medical authorities, then you are either astonishingly stupid, or simply evil. There is no other option.
You don’t get to try to talk people out of life-saving medical treatments on basis of unchecked dim-wittery from known shysters, and then claim to be concerned about others.
By all means don’t get the vaccine if you don’t want to. But this is not just a decision that affects you. You are in exactly the same position as those who refused to refused to follow Ignaz Semmelwiess’s guidelines on handwashing between examinations. “There’s no reason it should work!” “You can’t make me wash my hands!” “You can’t experiment on me!” “It’s just a conspiracy to sell carbolic acid!” They were the what anti-vaxxers are now – promoters of fear, disease and death, and for the same reasons.
There are limits to how much a society can tolerate deliberate, dangerous, dishonesty when it comes to health and safety. So again, don’t get the vaccine if you don’t want to. No one will make you. But understand if people need to put other precautions in place to protect themselves, their families, their workers, their clients and residents, and those who are genuinely unable to get the vaccine from the demented selfishness of the anti-vaxxers.