This is all very interesting to me, to see this line of thinking actually (finally) being brought into the public consciousness, because I've NEVER trusted vaccines. My dad made the decision that none of his kids would be vaccinated as children based solely on the fact that manufacturers are so completely shielded from liability. He certainly looked into and was aware of the various risks and the potential for using vaccination as a covert delivery system for undisclosed substances, but that was all extraneous to the core fact that without liability, the entire system must be held as suspect
- at the very least.
Bottom line: liability and compensation for vaccine injury is strictly limited BY LAW because without these limitations, the industry would not even be viable, let alone massively profitable. Most people don't even know about this, and if I say something that comes across as being "anti-vax," they jump right into accusing me of suggesting that vaccines directly cause autism
(which I have literally never suggested). My little bro didn't even believe me the other day when I started telling him about the National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act. He wanted me to basically "cite my sources" because "it should basically be legally impossible to get that kind of immunity from liability.
" - rofl, uhhh, exactly.
No vaccines for me, no vaccines for my kiddos. E V E R.
I've built my whole life around being able to give people the finger, (usually) metaphorically speaking, if they try to coerce me into doing anything. You think I NEED whatever it is you can hold over my head? LOL, nice try. The only things I need are the things I have every right to use force to defend.
Granted, it's entirely possible that I could be forcibly vaccinated, but never willingly. I'm not that big or strong and my most lethal weapon-at-hand is probably a rolling pin or a cast iron pan. But if it ever comes to that, you better believe I can make them work for it. They can chase me down and wrestle me into submission and jab me somewhere in full view of the public (or if it's in my home, I'LL have the video footage). We'll just say this sort of scenario would constitute the juncture at which Lady Justice
begins singing a different tune.
At the beginning of the pandemic, my husband said something about being first in line for the vaccine when it came out. I've slowly brought him around by way of breadcrumbs (money trails and financial interests, "deals" cut between manufacturers and lawmakers, entire populations "accidentally" sterilized, vaccine-strain epidemics, etc.).
My lil bro also poked his head into the garage yesterday while I was working and was basically like "Whoa, yeah, there are some seriously legitimate concerns about this coronavirus vaccine from a safety standpoint based on XYZ."
It's very, VERY interesting now that so many of the people who used to attempt to discredit me with great prejudice for being suspicious of vaccines have now started picking up on the critically important and easily observable realities of this situation on paper - which they previously ignored in favor of deboooonking
the purpose-built conspiracy theories they're given as "fodder for ridicule" by the big media.
I think their hamsters have begun to sense the presence of the snake.