Why are people deemed intelligent enough to have a discussion with doctors about all kinds of drugs to treat everything from the heartbreak of psoriasis to ulcerative colitis to Crohn’s Disease to psoriatic arthritis to whatever but are viewed as less than minimally intelligent if they ask questions about Wuflu vaccines?
This train of thought got started because of an ad that interrupted my TV viewing and told me that I could simply talk to my doctor about the drug for ulcerative colitis. At the end of the ad there was an extensive list of potential side-effects ranging from a stuffy nose to rapidly progressing cancer (or something like that).
BUT. If somebody dares to ask about side-effects of one or all of the three Wuflu vaccines they are denigrated, excoriated, scolded, laughed at, and shunned.
The social take is that intelligent, caring, moral people get the Wuflu vaccine without asking any questions and completely trusting the experts. Only uneducated, mind-controlled rubes would dare question the experts on the effectiveness or potential harmful side-effects of a Wuflu vaccine.
BUT. If someone says that they’d like to look into one of the drugs advertised on TV they’ll likely be scolded, denigrated, excoriated, laughed at, and maybe shunned (for being foolish enough to fall for one of those ads).
Intelligent, caring, moral people understand that those ads are just pushed by Big Pharma who have no interest whatsoever in your health and wellbeing. Why the hell would anybody even consider one of those drugs? Have they seen the side effects?
So, which is it?
Those people who question the Wuflu vaccine…are they asking credible, reasonable questions about a vaccine that has not undergone any long-term trials? Are they asking credible, reasonable questions about potential side effects? Or are they uneducated, mind-controlled rubes who don’t understand that we have no business questioning the experts?
This is a multiple choice question. Pick one and explain your answer.
I vote for “they are asking credible, reasonable questions.” Here’s my explanation:
When a drug or product claims it is “98% effective” or “95% of people using today’s trendy product saw improvement in one week” I just laugh. I am one of those people who, almost routinely, falls into the 2% or 5% of people for whom the worse side effects show up. I’m in the 2% for whom the product is either completely ineffective, or worse, counter-effective. There are very valid reasons for every individual to question the impact of any drug or product on their lives before trying it out.
So, when you say nobody has to worry about any side effects of any of the three Wuflu vaccines, I just laugh.
Have you seen the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) reports? The side effects can be nasty at best, and life-changing or even life-threatening at worst (Guillain-Barré syndrome, blood clots, heart problems).
Why is anybody an uneducated, mind-controlled rube for asking questions about any of these vaccines? Why is everyone expected to accept these unquestioningly, but something that is going to control whatever else, psoriatic arthritis, ulcerative colitis, etc., should be questioned closely?
I know that many people are going to suggest that those who don’t want the vaccine until further information comes out, or don’t want it at all, are callous and uncaring because, after all, this is a PANDEMIC, DAMMIT! Have some concern for your fellow human beings! This is not your individual medical issue. This concerns ALL OF US!
Yep. And you’re asking those who are unvaccinated to put a virtually unknown compound into their systems. A compound which has very little to no information on possible side-effects beyond, oh, you’ll feel some flu-like symptoms for a couple days. So, you are perfectly happy to sacrifice your fellow citizens, your fellow human beings, to Guillain-Barré syndrome, deadly blood clots, heart problems so that you, who are vaccinated already, can feel better about…what? Your decision? Others? What are you worried about?
If the vaccine works, why are you pushing everybody to get it? If it works, you are immune, right? Or, as the experts now tell us, you are going to get a milder case. Okay. Fine. How does somebody else’s decision affect you? Please tell me. They’re the ones who stand a greater chance of getting a worse case. What are you worried about?
If the vaccine doesn’t work (as might be indicated by the panicked response to those who announce that they don’t want it), why are you pushing everybody to get it? Where’s the benefit from a vaccine that doesn’t work?
If you’re vaccinated against the measles and you come into contact with somebody suffering from measles…you won’t get it! That’s the whole point of a vaccine.
If you believe the vaccine is effective, and you got it…WHY ARE YOU WORRIED? Unless you are uncertain that it actually works and you’re pushing others to get it so that you feel better about your decision.
So, are people allowed to question potential side effects or not? Can people question long term effects or not? Can people question experts or not?
If your answer to ANY of the above questions is no…please explain your answer. If your answer is yes, then please explain why you are willing to segregate people based on whether or not they got vaccinated.
Class dismissed. Now go out there and question authority.