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These policies never had anything to do with saving people from a virus.

The have everything to do with separating society into those who are compliant with tyranny and those who are not.

Those who are not with be dealt with as such.

 

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By J. Kb

6 thoughts on “Unvaccinated to be murdered for their health”
  1. That’s just the tip of the iceberg.

    They’re also killing the vaccinated by shutting down “elective” surgeries all over the world. How many people do you know that were denied surgery to check out that little lump and ended up being found with cancer later than it could have been?

    In the name of not overcrowding hospitals and “flattening the curve” it’s wholesale killing on an unprecedented level.

    This is the most insane period in history.

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    1. Maybe the most insane period in the last 40 years or so. I did not live through the civil rights movement, the race riots, nor did any of us go though through the 2 world wars of the 20th century.

      This is the culmination of liberals running everything from the federal government on down to the local school boards. As democrats slide further into socialism, they have been getting drunk on power, running peoples’ lives, and the inevitable next step is authoritarianism.

  2. Meanwhile, apparently in Germany you’re not allowed into an “assisted suicide” clinic without a WuFlu shot.

  3. This is clear evidence this is not, nor has it ever been, about saving lives. This is about control. About the collectivists demanding everyone else do what they say is best.

    Because you are not kowtowing to their demands, they will remove things you want, systematically and progressively, until you comply. The carrot failed, so the stick is in operation.

  4. You know what could have prevented this?

    Demanding that the government stay out of the “health care industry”.

    What enables things like this is allowing (and even demanding in many cases) government involvement in what should be private transactions.

    When people start getting the misimpression that they have the “right” to some product or service, they demand that the government ensure access to and funding of such product or service, which is great for a little while.

    But then when the government decides they don’t like the way you live your life, or the opinions you hold, or the decisions you make, or the books you read, or the tweets you twit, they can all the sudden decide that you don’t deserve those products of services and cut you off.

    In a private economy, when you get cut off by one provider, you can usually find another to fill the void. In a “single payer” system, there’s nowhere else to go.

    Which means government has you by the short and curlies.

    Coming soon to a budding socialist dictatorship near you.

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