- May 4, 2012
Except some things are existential freedoms. My employer has no say in my sexual preferences for instance. I can't be forced to take part in medical experiments. Even normal vaccination isn't a requirement in SA. Covid "vaccines" don't even have an effect beyond the vaccinated individual. As for the rest we can say the same about other things like being fat as is constantly brought up and not just people who choose not to vaccinate (not anti-vaxxers). Consequences are only applicable if they are consistent but this is more like a witch hunt.Freedom of choice does not mean freedom of consequence. I can choose to be an alcohol, but my employer can choose not to allow intoxication at work. I can buy and wear any clothes I want, but my employer can still have a dress code. I am free to speak any language I choose but my employer can dictate business language is English.
Absolute individual freedom doesn't exist, never has, and never will except in an anarchistic failed state.
Anti-vaxxers should be restricted in freedom of movement, employment in as such that affects the rest of society, they should pay higher insurance premiums, and they should be deprioritized for medical care.
Toilet seat browsing is not actual research. Word association is not research. Primary school math is not research. Only simple people want simple answers, and simple people fall for simple answers.
The vaccine is not panado. It is a public health intervention that has shown real measurable positive impact and almost no proven negative impact as validated by REAL professionals.
And where did that other idiot liking your post pop up from again?