You’re not sick, you have only a remote chance of contracting Covid, and even less of a chance of being seriously ill or dying if you do. Why do you need a vaccine that neither prevents you from getting or transmitting the disease? From Eric Peters are ericpetersautos.com:
Rational people are defined by their refusal to do irrational things. They ask why – as opposed to saying, ok.
A fine example of this would be a healthy person’s decision to not wear a “mask” – or permit himself to be “vaccinated” for an illness that poses next-to-nil threat of serious illness to a healthy person.
It would be like someone in their 20s going coffin-shopping. Or giving up driving because there is a small chance they might die in a car wreck.
But granny might die! Well, then granny should wear a “mask” – or stay home. Just as granny shouldn’t drive if she can’t see.
Mean spirited? No more so than a blind person insisting no one else can drive because they can’t see.
It makes as much sense as wearing a raincoat when it isn’t raining. It makes even less sense to partially wear it, as many perfectly healthy people who wear these “masks” regularly do, as for example when entering a restaurant – and then not wearing it when they sit down to eat. This is as preposterous as taking a raincoat off and on in a thunderstorm.
It’s either “raining” – or it isn’t.
The truth is these people are pathetic Kabuki performers who believe in the theater of obedience. If they really believed it was “raining” the ‘Rona, they’d never lower their “masks.” That would be like taking off one’s raincoat in the middle of a thunderstorm.
That they do take off their “masks” – which are often just old bandanas or disposable dust masks anyhow – after performing the required Kabuki – in order to be allowed to engage in what used to be considered normal everyday interactions – is as much a measure of their slavish poltroonery as it is of their hypocrisy.