The third jab strengthens the immune system, so after the fourth dose you are protected, and when 80% of the population has received the fifth dose we are close to a resolution because the sixth dose stops the virus from multiplying and prevents it from spreading, which means the seventh dose will solve our problems and we no longer have to to be afraid of the eighth dose because clinical studies with the ninth dose have shown that antibodies are more stable after the tenth dose and the eleventh dose ensures that there will be no new mutations, so there is no reason to criticize the idea of a twelfth dose.
Zero Hedge comment.
A major goal of critical thinking is to stand outside tribal debates, where people are heavily invested in particular outcomes, and examine the ways debates have been framed.
If you accept the existence of the virus, the supposed extent and speed of its rapid spread, the validity of the test, the accuracy of the case numbers, the meaning of what constitutes a case, you’re committed to:
EVERYONE GETS INFECTED AT LEAST HALF-A-DOZEN TIMES.
Karen's piece is powerful. Jeffrey Strahlcomments, otherwise. To balance the arguments, Jeffrey suggests we go to Bitchute, Brighteon, Odysee, and Rumble and look up: Andrew Kaufman MD (USA), Tom Cowan MD (USA), Stefan Lanka PhD (Germany), and Amandha Vollmer ND (Canada). While Christine Massey (Canada) has, 'done the most to prove there is no isolated SARS-Cov-2'.
7.00: We never vaccinate an entire population/ 21.00: Vaccination does not stop transmission/ 25.00: Omicron/ 30.00: 21000 died VAERS data/ 35.00: BBC, CNN, YouTube, etc. is suppressing information/ 46.00: The way out is to stop testing/ 50.00: Masks don’t work/ 53.00: Effective home treatments
The government/Big Pharma public messaging about the virus seems to almost have been designed to appeal to the left-wing sense of empathy that green groups and other activists specialize in. ‘My mask protects you, your mask protects me. My shot protects you, your shot protects me.’ This collectivist approach has been alluring to the left, as it appears on the surface to offer a chance to undermine the excessive individualism and greed they have always railed against. Unfortunately they have failed to realize that this pseudo-empathetic approach actually empowers the greedy and exploitative systems they are supposed to be against, and grants the ‘evil greedy corporations’ previously unfathomable authority over everyday life.
W. Aaron Vandiver
Some of us (not many) working in conservation and the environmental sector have identified mass formation psychosis as a reason why so many environmentalists, and others in traditionally 'liberal' fields, have fallen for heavy-handed, authoritarian policies they never would have supported otherwise. See - Mass Formation: How the Left Got Duped, Kim Goldberg.