- Jan 27, 2004
Their comments about evading the immune system seem to be based on the idea that Manaus had 70% infection levels, which is problematic at best.Brazil variant may spread more easily and could evade immune system, scientists find
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So your statements in this thread were meant to be civilised debate?
I called Peter Hitchen a melodramatic idiot because that is exactly what he is being. He got the vaccine because he wanted the protection but wanted to try to make some ludicrous point about only doing it because he was coerced to try to avoid being shown to be full of shit about it being unnecessary. He is a rich famous notoriously stubborn white bloke. No way he was coerced and felt he had no choice.
Under normal circumstance those who refuse without a genuine medical condition (usually a previous reaction to a vaccine, an autoimmune issue or pregnancy) are either ill-informed or selfish or both. In a pandemic I'll add idiots.
Paying taxes, abiding by laws and being vaccinated for the greater good are part of the social contract we should all abide by.
As for not defending your previous statements perhaps you are just trying to avoid defending your views because you can't?
I'm not entirely convinced that the tiers as they were prior to Christmas will be exactly the same come May time. I think there will be differences in what is allowed in each level with a little bit more leeway.Scotland looking to move back into tiers come May. The tiers themselves are much stricter to get down to more normality and are based on WHO advice from November, before any vaccine program. Seems never ending.
First line of his article:He didn't get the vaccine because he wanted protection. To think so betrays your ignorance of his views.
What previous statement am I not defending? I hope you'll forgive my brevity in responding, but this is a rather trivial pursuit.
Hypocritchens said:So sorry, Your Majesty, but I have had my first Covid vaccination for wholly selfish reasons.
Does he think if he lived in a country where he wasn’t offered a vaccine for free he’d be able to visit his family more easily?So? He wants to be able to travel to visit family/loved ones in other countries. Nothing to do with protecting himself.
I thought it was only animals that had that. Insane.Covid: Japan asks China to stop anal tests on its citizens
Saw that link pop up and thought it might have been phishing. Went to the BBC website and there it was. I wouldn't be surprised if China were inserting sterilising toxins too to generationally kill off the old enemy. Something they're getting good at after the Uighar genocidal experiments.Covid: Japan asks China to stop anal tests on its citizens
fecking Great news.Brazil variant may spread more easily and could evade immune system, scientists find
He chose to do so as the protection it provides is required for travel. So he chose. He could have chosen not to. That isn't bullying, it is adhering to another countries laws presumably.He didn't get the vaccine because he wanted protection. To think so betrays your ignorance of his views.
How about start by explaining then justifying almost every post that you have made in this thread. That would be a good start.What previous statement am I not defending? I hope you'll forgive my brevity in responding, but this is a rather trivial pursuit.
Not to Pontins thoughThousands of Irish still buggering off on holidays in the middle of a pandemic. Nice for some.
“People. What a bunch of bastards.”