- There is a proposal that everyone must be vaccinated to protect the vaccinated.
- This takes the historical logic of vaccinations and turns it on its head.
A significant area of false information presented and generally accepted is that the covid vaccines work by having the entire society vaccinated. This has caused the vaccinated to resent the unvaccinated and for the unvaccinated to be fired from jobs and face enormous discrimination. However, the unpinning logic of the threat posed by the unvaccinated on the vaccinated requires investigation, which is what we do in this article.
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Get the Vaccines to Protect Others?
The primary argument to convince those at virtually no risk from covid to get vaccinated has been that it is designed to protect others. This argument is invalid because it is contradicted from several different dimensions.
Myth #1: Vaccines Are Supposed to Protect the Unvaccinated From the Virus
This has been the rule since vaccines were first introduced. Furthermore, this is a very suspicious reason to get a vaccine and should cause one to question how effective the vaccines are. Before the covid vaccines, vaccines stopped the person vaccinated from getting infected by alerting their adaptive immune system to create antibodies. Since when are vaccines used to create herd immunity?
It appears that the desire is to have the public be entirely unknowledgeable as to how vaccines work because this has never been how vaccines have been designed to work.
How Vaccines Are Supposed to Work Like a Bicycle Lock
Shockingly, these people do not know vaccines are supposed to protect the vaccinated. It is irrelevant whether other people are vaccinated. If you need other people to be vaccinated to be safe, then the vaccine does not work. It’s like a bike lock, and your unlocked bike does not affect other people’s bikes from being stolen. If you have to lock your bike to prevent other people’s bikes from being stolen, something weird happens with their bike locks. Vaccines work the same way as a bike lock. They are designed to stop the bike lock from being stolen. The covid vaccine manufacturers, in an attempt to maximize their revenues, are proposing something illogical: the only way any bike can be safe is if all the bikes in an area or a nation are locked or every single person has the vaccine. If we extend the analogy further, we can see that not all bikes need to be locked.
A bike stored in one’s home need not be locked, and bikes in small towns may not need to be locked. Even if the vaccines worked, they do not, not everyone would need a vaccine. Children are at such low risk from covid that vaccines carry far more risks than benefits. Again, the covid vaccines do nothing against covid, so in reality, no one benefits from taking a vaccine. However, I am setting up a second scenario where the vaccines did work. Covid is so weak as a virus, with an average mortality age of 81.5. If they worked, only those with the weakest immune systems (the aged, the morbidly obese, or other serious pre-existing conditions) would need to take them.
Much of Society As Well As the US Military, Buys Into the Myth of Universal Vaccination
The US Military can’t figure this out, as the following article shows.
The same issue applies to kicking everyone out of the Army because it is a risk to the vaccinated soldiers.
Myth #2: The Myth of Asymptomatic Spread
One of the arguments used to promote children getting the vaccine, even though they are at nearly unmeasurable risk from covid, is that children, or asymptomatic carriers, might transmit the virus to their far more vulnerable grandparents.
This video explains that children, who do not develop symptoms do not transmit covid and act as brakes on transmission. However, to maximize the profits to pharmaceutical companies, the establishment media provides false information about the risk to children from covid and their propensity to transmit the virus.
The argument of spread from asymptomatic carriers is false, as asymptomatic carriers (which amounts to those who have already killed the virus) do not transmit the virus, as is covered in the article How Pharma and Media Lied About Asymptomatic Transmission to Promote Vaccines.
Ooops…Vaccines They Don’t Even Stop The Vaccinated From Spreading the Virus
When the vaccines were first given Emergency Use Authorization, it was never part of the studies presented to the FDA whether they reduced the spread of the virus, even though it was proposed that it was likely, as is explained in this video.
JAMA produced the following video on the mRNA vaccines.
This video is not included as a reliable source, and nearly everything presented in the video is false. Still, it is included to show how incorrect the information provided about the vaccines by the most prestigious medical journals and medical authorities has been.
Pfizer, Moderna the NIH, and JAMA’s False Claim That The Vaccines Protect Against Transmission
This video was uploaded to YouTube in Feb of 2021. As I write this in Feb of 2022, it is now known that the mRNA vaccines do not limit transmission, which is covered in the article How The Covid Vaccines Do Nothing to Stop The Vaccinated From Getting Or Transmitting Covid. At roughly the 2-minute 56-second mark, the video states that the vaccines may protect against transmission. However, the studies did not test for this, as acknowledged in the video. Yet, the video claims that something the studies did not test for is likely true.