You're falling right back into your appeal to authority approach. This is a debate thread, max. You need to challenge the things I've said, not just hide behind the authority figures you invoke.
Here, let's get back on track.
"Experts" claim that the "vaccine" will provide herd immunity.
"Experts" claim that the "vaccine" does not prevent infection or transmission.
Experts are either extremely confused, or they're trying their hand at gaslighting, and it's working very, very well. When your established authority figures make two diametrically opposed statements of fact like the ones above, and you wait around for someone to tell you which one is true, you should instead make the determination that such opposing facts necessarily come from very confused minds.
Instead of realizing that, the general population obediently assumes that there's something wrong with them and not the ones who are feeding them the contradictory information while thumbing their nose at their own life-saving advice. Just how confused do these "experts" have to show themselves to be before you'll even begin to question their sincerity?
Are you going to refer me to the same "experts" who fed you those diametrically opposed statements? It would seem that someone calculated that your childlike belief in authority would override your adultlike acceptance of the facts. It would also seem that they calculated right.
Why didn't tony, or any of the "experts" you put your faith in, speak up and say something about the PCR-tests being set ridiculously high?
Go ahead . . .
I'm being mischievous, aren't I?