Expunged

All of the blabber about racism, but when this thing is done to trap a reluctant racial group into participating in a medical experiment, nobody cares.

11 thoughts on “Expunged

  1. Interesting. BLM came out against mandatory vaccines, and was immediately memory-holed. They made the common mistake of useful idiots, thinking they mattered independent of their compliance/usefulness to their betters/funders. They threatened the usual riots and mayhem if they don’t get their way – boy, will they be surprised if they try it – they’ll get crushed by the same law enforcement agencies that stood down while they burned businesses, and it won’t make the news. Also, several prominent NBA players – young, extraordinarily healthy men at near-zero risk from the virus – have questioned the wisdom of vaccines. So other routes to force compliance are being explored.

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  2. My dark side says this should be filed away for future reference, in case the conspiracy nuts are right and we find out later that the shots cause infertility. If not… eh whatever, just part of the general craziness. But if it does… let’s re-examine the funding and the people involved, shall we? Because that says “eugenics” all over it.

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    1. // But if it does… let’s re-examine the funding and the people involved, shall we? Because that says “eugenics” all over it.

      Israel’s entire population is being vaccinated. “Eugenics” is not connected to this case. If anything, it’s “eugenics” is reverse since more educated people are those who get vaccinated, while backward and less contributing populations in Israel – like Israeli Arabs – do so at much lower rates.

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      1. Actually, in the US, the group that’s the most opposed to these vaccines by education level are people with PhDs. I haven’t checked for Israel but I wouldn’t be surprised if the actual numbers are very different than the “dirty stupid Arabs” propaganda is telling you.

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      2. ” backward and less contributing populations in Israel – like Israeli Arabs – do so at much lower rates”

        What about haredim (in the broad sense of conservative orthodox Jews)?

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        1. // What about haredim (in the broad sense of conservative orthodox Jews)?

          May be, it is different now, but they had been another group less ready to get vaccinated.

          I read that yet another reluctant group in Israeli society was Russian-speaking Israelis from FSU who still watch lies on Russian TV. Putin paid bots to try to discredit Western vaccines and some people believed this propaganda despite living in Israel for years.

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          1. There haven’t been any long-term studies looking at effects on fertility, but there was a study out of Japan noting that spike proteins from the vaccine do escape the vaccination site and spread throughout the body, concentrating in the testes and ovaries, among other things. I certainly hope it’s not a recipe for infertility, but the thing is we don’t know yet. I don’t know. You don’t know. Nobody knows. It hasn’t been around long enough.

            But let’s entertain the possibility for a moment: where does that put Israel, a small nation surrounded by less-vaxxed hostile neighbors…? I don’t think anyone in Israel would have done that on purpose. But Israel didn’t develop the vaccine. Are you sure everyone at Pfizer cares about the well-being of your country as much as you do?

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