I wonder sometimes, I do.
A vaccine prevents the immunized from getting the disease that they were immunized against. At least in theory. So, if you are vaccinated (and the vaccine works), you are protected. You do not need others around you to be vaxxed as well. It is irrelevant to you. To say otherwise would be like saying that I must wear a condom so that when some other guy has sex, he doesn’t make his woman pregnant. It is just nonsense.
The unvaxxed are no threat to the vaxxed.
But if the vaccine isn’t effective, then everyone you contact is a threat – vaxxed or not.
So, if you create scenarios in which the unvaxxed cannot participate – it is the vaxxed who are the threat to you if the vaccine doesn;t work.
And, in a world where they now tell you it is ineffective and you must take a booster(s), you will be pushed aside as well as not ‘fully vaxxed’ even if you had your two shots.
And its not like the booster is something different. It is just the same shot you already had given again (and again and again and again). So if the first didn’t work, why would the 3rd? (4th, 5th, 6th…).
This stuff is so illogical, so transparent and such a lie that if you cannot see it, then I’m truly worried about the future of humanity.
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I read a comment regarding this and saved it because it’s the best question regarding this nonsense.
“Why do the protected need to be protected from the unprotected by forcing the unprotected to use the protection that didn’t protect the protected in the first place?” – Unvaccinated 2021
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