How is it being selfish? The vax only helps protect the person that gets it, it doesn't mean that they can't still catch and spread the virus to others. You're only protecting yourself by getting the vax.
That's bullbutter. Disinformation. Brainwashing. "scientists are still learning how well vaccines prevent you from spreading the virus that causes COVID-19 to others, even if you do not have symptoms. Early data show the vaccines do help keep people with no symptoms from spreading COVID-19"
Just because you read that in one article doesn't make it true. How is that not also bullbutter and disinformation? Did you personally do the research yourself? The people giving you this information are also the people profiting off this whole thing, so I don't put much weight in their words, research or statistics.
I get my information from the first hand sources. From the people who actually gather the data, analyse the data and publish it. I can read and understand science. I am a scientist myself. What I copied and pasted above, was an extract for lay people like you.
Also, look at the daily cases and death in Israel or UK, two countries that have successfully implemented a vaccination programme ahead of the rest of the world. We only had one Covid death yesterday. The numbers are speaking loudly, and pro vaccination.
You're the brainwashed one if you believe everything you read on the internet. Doctors and scientists make mistakes too ya know.. all the fkn time. The people putting out this information you are referring to are the ones making money off the vaccine. You'd have to be a fool to listen to a word they say. Anyone can put out a research paper, doesn't make it true.
We need to teach this in schools. To think for oneself and not to trust the money making conglomerates. Anyone with half a brain will see the pharmacy companies are a huge money making establishment. My doctor even admitted they were on commission for pushing meds. Money comes first and foremost.
~Gullibility~ "The majority of people may learn through repeated exposure to adversity to distrust their own judgment; a person might believe something to be true, but when they, for example, read something in a newspaper that contradicts their opinion, or they talk to someone with a different view-point, that individual is more likely to take on that other person's view.
"This is because the person may have learned to distrust their actions, judgements and decisions due to the fact that the majority of the time their actions have been perceived to invite negative consequences”
Pharmacy and the healthcare is there to help others achieve good health. The only downfall for it in the US is the as that it is expensive and I would like to see the costs go down.
I take a pharmaceutical med that help to keep my health stable. If you have Diabetes and need insulin from the pharmacy, is your rant going to still be the same? How about if you get cancer and need cancer fighting drugs?
Yeah, go on jump of joy on the graveyards of the soon to be 4 million people who died of Covid, and tell their relatives that you are worried about money spent or earned. Meanwhile, carry on encouraging people to join the ranks of the Covid dead, while rubbing tits with the woman who is advertising Ponzi schemes on dxpnet, get rich quickly or lose your home style .