MAYBE VACCINES AREN’T
THE POINT AFTER ALL
My last post asked why the Coronavirus pandemic has “been treated differently from other public health crises.” Why the continuing talk of lockdowns, internal passports, and other extreme measures, when we know that…
“fatality rates for this plague are much less than for other serious diseases.”
In particular I asked why the passionate push for everyone to take vaccines that have shown they don’t protect us from either catching or spreading Covid, and which can have side effects that are seriously damaging, even fatal?
Commenters on that post offered a variety of theories, many having to do with “power,” “control,” “de-population,” encouraging “dependency,” and other Orwellian motives. “Money” was a recurring line of speculation.
(One commenter got metaphysical, suggesting that taking the vaccine is a prelude to accepting the mark of the beast.)
Relevant as any of those factors might be, none in itself seems completely to the heart of the matter. What’s the ultimate goal? How do such tactical purposes play into the long game?
Is there a long game?