A term that should be popularized.
𝐈𝐚𝐭𝐫𝐨𝐠𝐞𝐧𝐢𝐜 𝐝𝐢𝐬𝐞𝐚𝐬𝐞 - or iatrogenesis, is the causation of a disease, a harmful complication, or other ill effect by any medical activity, including diagnosis, intervention, error, or negligence. First used in this sense in 1924, the term was introduced to sociology in 1976 by Ivan Illich, alleging that industrialized societies impair quality of life by overmedicalizing life.
Look into the book by Ivan Illich, "Medical Nemesis" (1975)
oh my god fuck you
Finally moving to an apartment with my gf out of her mother's house.... Never thought i'd meet anyone who was genuinely afraid to have someone who won't take a covid shot under her roof. She told me just to "stay informed and consider it". I have, and that's exactly why I say NO. I'll remember this when she asks to see the grandkids 10 years from now.
@Kennyben So how is this for a theory: Authorities have always believed in (natural) herd immunity.
So the vax was only meant to give people courage and come back together and infect eachother.
Opening up the countries is like a pox party, like the ones they used to have for kids before there was a vaccine.
I haven't completely thought this theory through yet. Maybe we can expect a change in reporting on the hospitalizations and deaths to boost people's confidence to mingle again.
Your compliance makes it mandatory, that's fascism. Nazis never do anything they only comply and just do their job. You already proven that with mandatory masks, then mandatory tests now you are doing the same with mandatory holocaust injections.
"effective" slave muzzles claim debunked by same corrupt Nazi MSM "factcheckers" that were pushing exact opposite lies all year https://www.reuters.com/article/uk-factcheck-coronavirus-mask-efficacy-idUSKCN2252T6
Picture of their and your future. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pursuit_of_Nazi_collaborators
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