- 27 Nov 2020 09:40
They can try to make it mandatory. That is not going to happen. But let us entertain that possibility. If the government sends people to my house to inject a substance into my bloodstream against my will, well... let's just say that the people that would be enforcing such a preposteorus mandate would be more afraid of me than I would be of them, since I would sooner die than let anyone inject anything into my body, and if they are that afraid of the coronavirus that they think it necessary to violate my fundamental rights, they are certain to be cowards in all other spheres of life. The people that completely buy into all of this claptrap are, in my expereince, always the weak, cowardly, gullible, low-IQ, ugly, sheepish people. They can be made to believe anything and they will comply with everything. These are not the sort of people that inspire fear in anyone. They are the sort of people that would stick a popsticle stick up their asses if the government told them it would help stop the spread of COVID. Unlike them, I have no fear of death (by the way, I am not motivated by any fear of vaccines; I am motivated by a firmly held conviction that other people don't own my body, just as the don't own my face; which is why I don't wear a facemask).
Also: I have all the tactical advantages. My house is on top of a hill, and is surrounded by a field. More of the enemy would be exposed to me. I also have natural cover. And the terrain is such as to be quite an obstacle in and of itself, as it is difficult to maneuver upwards.
It wouldn't be worth all the effort for such cowards and weaklings to enforce such mandates. They can only intimidate people that are as weak and foolish as themselves.
With that said, I do support mass vaccination, though I will never make the mistake of taking another vaccine after the damage that was done to the vision in my left eye immediately after taking a vaccine, causing excruciating pain that lasted for over a month. I now get the same thing every couple of years. Taking that vaccine was the biggest mistake I ever made. I was foolish and stupid to take it. So I deserve to suffer the consequences of my own folly. It was stupid of me to allow someone to inject foreign substances into my bloodstream. I was too trusting of medical authorities at the time. If I had simply looked up the known ingredients of that particular vaccine, I would have realised the profound stupidity of injecting such harmful substances into my bloodstream.
As to why I support mass vaccination: it increases the death rate of the most gullible and sheepish sections of the community, and indirectly decreases their reproductive rate. It weakens the weak. And the intelligent and and the strong are not stupid or cowardly enough to take them once they know what is in them. So vaccination has a eugenic effect. I support it. I am not an "anti-vaxxer". I am in favour of population control. And vaccination is the only way to get people to comply therewith.