The myth of mandatory vaccination for the « good of all

For almost a year and a half now, the political measures to, according to those who take them, fight against covid, do not bear any contradiction. 

The press conference of Monday, July 19th is therefore no more authentic in our eyes than the others: « cases » calculated on PCR tests that falsify the results; cases not related to the number of tests performed, hence the impossibility to measure the relative increase; data allowing to differentiate between vaccinated and non-vaccinated are absent; « non-obligation » in a context of vaccine propaganda, stigmatization and unprecedented pressure to impose the obligation; absence of debate on the side effects and post-vaccination mortality.. 

From the beginning, there is this impression that everything is done to lead us to a single solution. Besides, if they wanted the good of all, we would have known it a long time ago, wouldn’t we?

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