I was thinking about all of this earlier. Please note, this is a hypothetical mental exercise. It is not what I necessarily believe, nor do I not
believe. I have no evidence for this idea other than a basic background in the subject.
If you were looking to destroy a significant proportion of the population of a particular place, to reduce the number of people, you would have two
basic methods by which you could achieve this aim. The one everyone thinks about - killing lots of people. Very visible, very obvious, very difficult
to contain, because violence is generally received with violence.
The second option is to reduce the number of people being born. If you sterilize a population, over time, you would drastically reduce population
without ever having to actually kill someone.
So say you invent a drug of some kind that either sterilizes, or perhaps causes so many complications in pregnancy that babies abort themselves. You
have perhaps some believe in eugenics. You decide that first of all, you're going to target all groups with say preexisting medical conditions. You
only want the strong to survive, after all. Get all of those people out of the gene pool for starters.
Then you take on children, and pregnant women. Those most likely to breed in the future, and those currently breeding. After that, you hit the next
group up in terms of potential future offspring - 19-24 year olds. Sure, some may already have children, but a lot won't, yet.
After that, just to be sure, you hit everyone between 24-65. You assume that over 65's aren't really breeding, so don't worry about them too much.
Maybe you leave some people out, but you basically make it a crime not to submit to this substance, and tell everyone it's for their own good..
protecting them from some pandemic or other.
While I don't believe this is actually the current case, since I think that it'd be relatively difficult in terms of current medical capabilities to
do a mass sterilization by a "vaccination" shot, a scenario like this does highlight the idea that mandatory vaccinations, a law that you MUST be
vaccinated has the potential for abuse. Would some sinister and dark people in power do something like this? Maybe. There have been things like this
in the world before, though on smaller scales. There are many arguments for a world with fewer people, and a lighter load on our environment. There
are plenty of people that believe in say, specific races being superior to others.
Vaccines can be a great thing, of course. But a vaccine rushed to market, forced upon people before it's been properly tested, forced on people
who've never before needed a flu vaccine to avoid the virus ( I know I haven't ever needed it, and I work with literally hundreds of people a week
), well a vaccine like that, I'm dubious about. Especially considering the fact that worldwide, according to the latest figures from the WHO, only
1154 people have died, (www.who.int...
Sure, that's sad. But so is the fact that
Every day, almost 16,000 children die from hunger-related causes--one child every five seconds.
So that's 1154 people since the start of this pandemic, versus sixteen thousand CHILDREN a day. That's not counting all the adults that die from
hunger, or hunger related causes.
Now, this vaccine, maybe it'll save some lives, but we don't know that. It could also have adverse effects. But all that money being pumped into a
questionable vaccine could go towards feeding people. A very, very, VERY effective way of saving thousands of lives a day. 250 people a month died
from swine flu since the first reported case mid march. Almost half a million died from hunger related causes in those same months, worldwide.
Of course, big pharm doesn't profit from food.