I’m One of Millions Who Have Chosen Not To Have a Covid Vaccine, by Jani Allan

There’s not one thing one person couldn’t force another to do and not plausibly claim that it’s for the greater good or the public interest. The Covid-19 vaccine is now wrapped in such propaganda, but if people don’t have a right to decide what they allow into their bodies, they have no rights. From Jani Allan at rt.com:

I am one of millions who have chosen not to have a Covid vaccine. Does that mean I’m to be banned from planes, buildings & shops?
The mainstream media and the medical orthodoxy is adamant that everyone needs to get the jab – or face exclusion from everyday freedoms and be shunned from society. Don’t they realise how fascistic this view is?

This is not an anti-vaccine rant. It is a sober discussion of the matter of civil liberties. 

Since March 2020, we have been forced to wear masks.

The mask is a crucifix. It signals to society that you are a believer. (In Covid-19.) It tells society that you are compliant and have submitted.

Like taking the knee, it is virtue signalling. It says you are happy with the lockdowns because, hey, you don’t have to go to work and you still get a ‘stimmy’ cheque. The single most effective way of breaking down a human being is social isolation and distancing. Irreparable harm is being done to children, especially, by enforced mask wearing.

In any free society, we should be able to ask questions and make our own choices about receiving medical treatment, or not. But anyone who asks questions is automatically branded “anti-science”. The notion that there is just one scientific doctrine to follow is actually anti-scientific in itself. And that’s not just my view, but that of scientists.

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