I complimented Linkat for finding that response and posting it, which summarizes the pro-vaccination position.
Linkat posted misinformation regarding hospice patients being able to hug their loved ones before dying if they receive the experimental injection. You responded by saying that that makes perfect sense to you. I pointed out the folly of that falsehood; specifically, the time issue between first dose and second dose and booster, and the fact that the experimental injection does not confer immunity. Did you got caught up in the media's headlong dive into supporting tony's claim that herd immunity will be achieved? If you still believe that the experimental injection prevents infection and transmission, then you're still caught up in it.
I'm sorry to hear that the flu vaccine is a crap-shoot of sorts.
I believe all your opinions about the PCR test are the result of things you have read.
Here's how caught up you are in the frenzy of it all. Even when your trusted "experts" tell you point blank that the PCR-test doesn't work, you think it's something I heard from a second or third source.
Quote: “Detection of viral RNA may not indicate the presence of infectious virus or that 2019-nCoV is the causative agent for clinical symptoms. The performance of this test has not been established for monitoring treatment of 2019-nCoV infection. This test cannot rule out diseases caused by other bacterial or viral pathogens.”
— The Centers For Disease Control and Prevention
Do you believe them? I mean, it's what I've read . . .
So are you going to explain why a life jacket which allows you to float safely in water (but only if you wear it properly) is analogous to combating a contagious airborne virus with mRNA vaccines?
You need only one life jacket to keep from drowning. You, on the other hand, have accepted a treatment that you'll need over and over and over again. No one hands you a life jacket and then tells you that when--not if--the first one fails, put on another one and continue changing them out as they are made available to you. You have no idea how many treatments you're going to require for a problem you don't have, do you?