Is one a conspiracy theorist if he or she forms an opinion based on what people are actually saying?
How about Biden’s quote in July: “Look, the only pandemic we have is among the unvaccinated - and they’re killing people.”
William Schaffner from a CNN interview in July: “Unvaccinated people are potential variant factories.”
The New York Times has called unvaccinated people “incubators of disease.”
How am I supposed to interpret statements like this? All data aside, this kind of otherizing speech dehumanizes people, labels them, and stirs up irrational fear and hatred. The Nazis used propaganda like this to justify quarantining, starving, and then annihilating people. I’m not saying we’re yet at the level of building concentration camps, but Canada and Australia are certainly sprinting in that direction. I don’t have any trouble believing that someone who thinks I am killing people just by not taking a chemical cocktail tested on aborted fetal tissue that is still in clinical trials for at least another eight months (as of this writing) would have no problem shipping me off to a camp. If I am a subhuman thing that needs to be eradicated, or at least contained, what other conclusion should I reach?
I fail to see why I should believe anyone who is in favor of population control, euthanasia (see Biden’s Covid-19 Advisory Board), and the slaughter of over 3000 pre-born babies a day in this country (and who wants my tax dollars to pay for it) when they say they care about saving lives.
Would you want to know if the people promoting vaccine use, the vaccine-maker, or a powerful person investing in the vaccine also support population reduction? If the same people who consider population growth (and therefore large families) a threat are also involved with developing and authorizing a vaccine, isn’t that suspect?
Bill Gates has been heavily involved with vaccine development and authorization, but he is also a proponent of population reduction and control. This is not conspiracy theory. This is straight from the horse’s mouth. The New York Times claims that Gates is on a “quest to vaccinate the world” with Covid-19 vaccines.
“If we do a really great job on new vaccines, health care, reproductive health services, we could lower [the world’s future population] by, perhaps 10 or 15 percent.” - Bill Gates
What conclusion am I supposed to draw from a statement like that, knowing Gates’ involvement in the Covid-19 vaccines? Of course, the answer would likely be, “Reducing the population is saving lives.”
If the world is so overcrowded, and they are right about the fatality level of this virus, let me stay unvaccinated and die, and I’ll be out of their hair. Population problem solved.
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