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https://brandnewtube.com/watch/texas-covid-19-summit-dr-richard-urso-039-vaccines-treatment-and-covid-19-039_onTPivUalfhXKMl.html

Interesting discussion of the vaccine efficacy.

 

No it isn't.

I've heard that efforts to develop a vaccine against stupidity have failed. And there are no therapeutic treatments either.

The only option is education, so give that a try.

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@willing-vaccinee Education is a formal process, you mean "read the net": if I have to self-educate and I have no access to the grounds of sense of the categories how am I supposed to acquire competence?  Probably this is why the "misinformation" is so trenchant and why pharma and the institutional interests creating a division between the officialised narrative espoused by its agents and the alternative arising from a different relation to the phenomena of the pandemic face such difficulties.  Formal education is another site whose interpersonal forms have been assaulted by this bureaucratising political movement instituting limiting forms under the guise of a potential threat that has become an effect of the measures supposed to address the problem.  But this use of technology is self-validating: the official narrative can be institutionally defended by science and other agencies of the corporate state.

  So, seems you are fucked since most of us think this is an affront to our liberties and, even if there is a virus, we should have a right to association, trade, movement and to viable forms of public existence without having to satisfy statuses established via corporately manufactured technologies owned by the scum instituting the fraud.  My stupidity, like my health status, is irrelevant to my right to express my views and say "vaccines are shit, they are ineffective and dangerous and you should not take them and don't trust anyone who tells you otherwise".  In the end, you are fighting a losing battle, possibly because most of us are not scientifically trained and so we are prey to our stupidity.  That does not, however, matter, because this virus has been used as a political and economic weapon, and we don't need scientific expertise to see that and reject the vaccine and the infrastructure that has rendered the virus a publicly significant entity that, outside of the palaver used as a vehicle to realise its sense, has very little practical consequences for most of us. 

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You are publicly talking to one another about other members of the site, triangulating again.  You import the idea of criticism as if we are doing science and you overlook that we are not doing science.  I posted the links to the event in Texas because those doctors have been practically involved in dealing with the institutional frameworks constituting patient care and they, thereby, have privileged epistemic access to the phenomena of the pandemic with people on this site are interested in.  McCullough alludes to the work of Dr Tess Laurie and her data base where he says the vaccines are a monumental failure endangering health.  I can only delegate my opinion since I am not involved in anything and have no direct engagement with any disclosive medium relating to the pandemic (something the lockdowns ensured and I am sure their institution is part of an attempt to ensure people access less and less of the phenomenal grounds required to achieve epistemic states more generally) but these people seem to care and that care is embedded in direct contact with the phenomenal sphere and with patients, so their opinions seem worthy of consideration.  I would never trust people who exhibit the psychological dispositions you both exhibit.  You diminish, insult and triangulate.  The site is for people who are not professionally involved in the pandemic or science to come to terms with the ramifications of the pandemic and public signification of the virus in our daily life and to reach personal resolution of issues relating to the state's response.  We are dealing with it not as scientists but as people subject to the regimes being publicly instituted with the sole design of changing the nature of our daily lives and relations with our fellow human beings.  You commit a series of category mistakes in forever attacking the science and accusing me of posting mis-information and possessing malign intentions: that is because you are projecting your own malign intentions.  The material I post is worthy of listening to, people can consider the views and expressed and achieve a better informed view of what has occurred.  So, why are you so interested to defend pharmaceuticals companies, the vaccine industry and the catastrophic state response?

 

 

 

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  Look at this:

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10237761/Covid-Australia-Outbreak-Indigenous-Northern-Territory-communities-spark-toughest-lockdown.html

What epistemic status do you think that woman's words have?  Do you think she is delusional?

  The biggest sign the vaccines are malign are the framework in which they have been deployed.  The use of institutions to establish the public framework that enable the state to realise its collective will is the greatest sign of what the underlying goal of all this and that is why you have to be insane to take the vaccine.  Just make sure you get your boosters if you believe so fervently in their efficacy, if you are lucky, they won't kill you.

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