posted on Dec, 19 2020 @ 04:22 AM
All these hilarious celebrity demonstrations that the vaccine is safe because, look, I’m taking it..!
Just, wow! Do they really think the public are that dumb? Or are
the public really that?
Sure, I’ve called them sheeple more than once, but you’d need to have serious cognitive issues to not recognise that we at home have no idea
what’s in that syringe being pumped into a celeb, or politician on the nightly news.
Imagine a novel in which a dinner host makes a gesture to assure his guests that the food isn’t poisoned by taking a spoonful of the soup that was
poured out of sight in the kitchen...
A writer would never write this, because they know the reader would call them out, saying that’s pointless - why would the guests fall for that?
Readers (and viewers) demand a higher standard of logic and character motivation from an author, or screenwriter. So why don’t they require that of
their leaders? Why do the rules of reasoning in fiction make more sense to the sheeple than the rules of reasoning in real life?
This is what makes this empty syringe story ring hollow for me. If you want to fake this to fool people into taking it, then why risk such a huge
endeavour with an obviously empty syringe. Just pump them with vitamins, or something equally harmless. For that reason this bizarre episode seems
more like a one-off mishap for reasons other than grand conspiracy.
edit on 19-12-2020 by McGinty because: (no reason given)