Having Tony Blair call you an idiot is not quite a Phi Beta Kappa key, but it is an insult one should wear proudly. From Brian J. Foley at lewrockwell.com:
Tony Blair recently graced us with his insight that anyone who still refuses to get vaccinated is an “idiot.”
“Frankly, if you’re not vaccinated at the moment and you’re eligible and you’ve got no health reason for not being vaccinated, you’re not just irresponsible, I mean you’re an idiot.”
Blair’s claim can be dismissed based on his dishonest character. He perpetrated fraud and murder two decades ago by lying that Iraq had WMD and was aiming to nuke us.
But let’s look at the merits: Is Tony lying again? Is it idiotic not to get vaccinated?
There’s no longer any debate: these “vaccines” don’t prevent transmission. COVID-19 and its “variants” are being spread by the vaccinated. So getting vaccinated won’t “protect others.”
But these drugs reduce the symptoms! They reduce death and hospitalization! Right? Then why are “the fully vaccinated” being hospitalized and even dying – including Tony Blair co-conspirator Colin Powell?
We know that COVID itself causes little harm. The WHO has told us for about two years that “Most people infected with the virus will experience mild to moderate respiratory illness and recover without requiring special treatment.”
We know that, without the vaccine, there’s a 99+% survival rate. We know that, without the vaccine, the risk of hospitalization is less than 2 percent. Well, some of us know. According to a Gallup poll a few months ago, many people, especially Democrats, think the risk of hospitalization is much, much higher.
We know that of all Americans who’ve died of COVID, almost 95% had an AVERAGE of four (4) comorbidities. COVID, it appears, is dangerous to only … the already dying.