by Kieron McFadden
I sometimes wonder if the killjabs are impairing the capacity for rational thought and spawning a race of somewhat dim Covidnazis
I recall reading somewhere some smug, self-righteous minor celebrity saying that people who have declined the various experimental Covid vaccines should be denied medical treatment or that those vaccinated should be given preferential treatment and so forth.
I don’t recall who the brainless Covid Nazi was but I do recall he happened to be very fat.
This got me thinking that if you are going to deny the unvaxxed treatment on the grounds that they decided not to get vaxxed and therefore “brought it on themselves” then this should at least be applied fairly to other illnesses resulting from a lifestyle choice.
The unvaxxed are of course “in danger” from Covid and of perhaps needing hospital care if they get a bad dose of it. But what does that mean exactly? The truth is that the “danger’ for the vast majority is very small. It is even smaller if one takes out of the equation the various stat fiddles by which the government has contrived to make the threat seems bigger than it actually is.
Not every unvaxxed person gets Covid and the vast majority who do have no or mild symptoms whilst a small percentage have more severe symptoms needing hospital help. We are of course talking of relatively few people likely to get seriously ill with Covid, as the Chief Medical Officer explains clearly in this briefing.https://ukreloaded.com/uk-chief-medical-officer-reveals…/
The few who are at risk tend to be very old or have underlying conditions that make them more at risk of serious illness (and not just from Covid).
Underlying conditions that make people more vulnerable include obesity.
In fact, obese people can have all manner of physical problems as a result of their obesity that make them a burden on the NHS. Their obesity is usually due to choices they have made as to lifestyle, diet and so forth. So on the basis that obese people ‘brought it on themselves’ should they also be denied treatment?
And smokers too. They “brought it on themselves” and can be a “burden” on the NHS as a result of smoking-related issues.
And people who drink alcohol?
What about people who do drugs (street or psychiatric)?
People who sit in front of the TV all day and don’t exercise?
How about people who engage in dangerous sports and get injured?
Or people in road traffic accidents: if it is clear person X caused the accident, say by reckless driving, should he or she be denied treatment?
What about people who decide to ignore the warnings and get vaxed, then get seriously ill as a result of the experimental vaccine? Should they be considered to have brought it on themselves?
My own view is of course the answer is “no” on all counts but those who seek penalise one group due to a choice, should at least be even handed.
Bear in mind too that the decision of millions of people not to get vaccinated is not made out of a careless disregard for safety but an awareness that, based on the evidence compiled so far in the form of adverse reaction data bases and thousands of personal stories of injury and death, the vaxes represent a greater health threat than Covid.
Someone does not decide to eat badly and get fat, drink, smoke or do drugs on the same basis.
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