a reply to: mrthumpy
I likely have a page or 2 myself within this thread, so there is no lack of input of opinion by me within this thread. Isn't it kind of stretching
into unwelcome territory by caring much what a person may or may not feel about something that no commentary was offered to support? You guess it's a
problem that I needed to have a full testimony by sharing a video, while I see it as a problem that another person is so invasive on what another
should either feel or act on... dragging debates off topic. Kind of like pushing mandated vaccines on innocent children... god forbid freedom be
practiced, so we need to gather the mandates in case conformity falls off the rails.
You know, I am starting to see patterns within this sensitive debate subject. It seems as if the people that prefer to 'question all' spend more time
focusing on general concepts and leave the specifics to fall back to being less relevant. In balancing fashion, it seems the specifics and small
details are a primary focus of those that are prone to fall in line with what traditions were set in the past. The law of averages provides a general
balance of which equates to an approximate 60% of people don't care to do anything more than float through life... these people tend to do what
they're told, when they're told to do it. There's the other 40% who either are retarded or think and operate outside of conformity. This means that
debates like this will equate to one side thinking the other side are sheeple, while the other side thinks the minority sector is completely crazy.
Really, it just comes down to which side of the fence we choose to be on.
In the grand scheme of things, I'd advise to remove brain space to store & display thoughts about what another person may or may not have thought
about a random video. It's a 'buyer beware' scenario to get involved with all the speculation of what brains may have pondered. In such cases, I
just take what info I can from some added addition and move on with life. To stop and have to have these entry level discussions is kind of an
indication that I prefer to be seen as crazy.
Most of the crazies, myself included, that won't vaccinate aren't going to stop with furthering information and concepts to appease a society that
just does what they're told to do. If the CDC came out publicly tomorrow and said vaccines are more harmful than 1st thought, then vaccine supporters
would stop them immediately, most likely. That means that it will take a paid organization to come forth and admit such things for vaccine supporters
to even approach the thoughts that vaccines may be more harmful than 1st thought, most likely.
I support vaccine program scrutiny and changes... at all times, to fit the times... that includes the removal of mandated vaccines. We have to keep
in mind that most governments treat cannabis (a natural plant) as a something to fear, while billions of dollars are spent annually on synthetic
(unnatural) remedies. Every single synthetic drug warns of the possible risks and side affects, and we're supposed to buy into the opinions that
unnatural vaccines are safe at all times? Seriously, how it it not seen as a money game to be priority over a people game? Those aspects alone
should have people deeply questioning the need for mandates on vaccines... it won't stop the approximately 60% of people or more from taking vaccines
without question or authority in the matters though.
People who don't prefer vaccines generally don't mind, or even prefer that the masses get vaccines... it's the lack of choice that is bothersome.
Now, why for vaccine supporters, is it the individuals who don't want to get vaccines that are the main problem with the vaccine program over the
vaccine program likely needing mending/alteration within itself? The contradictions there should not be ignored... but will continue to do so...