Yes, it would make it better because the world could continue living. Testing is just a way to pump the numbers so the virus can be used as a tool by politicians and elite.Ok so you're saying if you give funding for testing, you'll find more cases of it. I agree -- because currently not many people have been tested.
So would you say it's better not to do any testing? Will that make it better? How?
I once worked in gastronomy for several months and you don't want to know how disgusting and dirty some kitchens are.If I'm required to give out personal info to eat at an restaurant then I'm not going to any restaurant ever for the rest of my life. Fuck 'em. I will do without it.
I think this is obvious, simply given the generally gushing reporting about China’s use of urban surveillance and smartphone tracking to fight the epidemic.During moments of heightened confusion and fear, the public is sold and conditioned in subtle ways to accept some new reality they never asked for or wanted. The “smart city” appears to be a key oligarch bucket list item
The New York Times has published an article by popular author Kevin Roose in which he expresses his concern that half of Americans would refuse to take a coronavirus vaccine.
The vaccine, if it ever gets produced since there has never been one for any coronavirus including SARS, is likely to take 12-24 months according to experts.
In his article entitled What if we get a Covid-19 vaccine and half the country refuses to take it?, Roose laments the popularity of an anti-vaxxer video called Plandemic, which despite being censored numerous times by every major social media network has still been seen by millions of people.
Roose says that the urgency with which a vaccine will need to be produced will allow anti-vaxxers to claim it’s unsafe.
“Any promising Covid-19 vaccine is likely to be fast-tracked through the testing and approval process,” he writes. “It may not go through years of clinical trials and careful studies of possible long-term side effects, the way other drugs do. That could create an opening for anti-vaccine activists to claim that it is untested and dangerous, and to spin reasonable concerns about the vaccine into widespread, unfounded fears about its safety.”
The involvement of Bill Gates in the distribution of any vaccine will also fuel a backlash, according to Roose.
“If that’s the case, anti-vaccine activists, who have been crusading against these groups for years, will have plenty of material stockpiled to try to discredit them. They are already taking aim at Mr. Gates with baseless conspiracy theories claiming that he created and is trying to profit from the virus. These theories will be amplified, and the attempts to discredit leading virus research efforts will intensify as the vaccine nears.”
Finally, he asserts that it would be “a good idea” to make the vaccine mandatory if Americans want to fly or send their kids to certain schools, but that this “would play into some of the worst fears of the anti-vaccine movement” and create “a tangle of legal roadblocks and damaging publicity campaigns.”
No its not illegal for them to NOT accept cash. But they can only refuse it before the debt is incurred. In other words if they charge you up front they can as a matter of policy make that choiceIsn't it illegal to not accept cash?
How is this allowed.
But if an establishment a restaurant for example lets you eat first (incur the debt) they either have to accept your cash or let you walk“This note is legal tender for all debts public and private.”
People with their baseless conspiracy theories make it tough for the cathedral to openly implement exactly what those conspiratorial nuts are saying they want to.They are already taking aim at Mr. Gates with baseless conspiracy theories
this “would play into some of the worst fears of the anti-vaccine movement”
Trump says a lot of things. I've driven myself crazy over the years with the stupid, stupid things he's said. I've called him an orange buffoon and a retarded boomer.Whats the 4D chess in this?