Watch the bowdlerized YouTube version of FFWN above, or the full uncensored show HERE
Vax-worshippers are presumably correct in their assertion that getting vaccinated will reduce your chances of COVID hospitalization and/or death, at least for several months. That risk reduction (balanced against the risks of vaccination) will be more significant for old folks and those with comorbidities, less so for the young/healthy.
But will vaccines solve the COVID problem—or make it worse? That is an entirely different question. Fanatical fundamentalists of the progressivist secular-materialist faith, scientism branch, assume the answer is “yes.” For them, it is an article of faith that “science” and its technological fixes are always the answer. Like all fanatics, these people grow extremely angry when heretical skeptics blaspheme against their sacred cows.
The COVID Inquisition’s censors don’t want you to hear from anyone outside their narrow circle of faith. That’s why the above YouTube video is missing almost half of the original, uncensored False Flag Weekly News broadcast.
Experts like Geert Vanden Bossche and Nobel Laureate virologist Luc Montagnier think mass vaccination during a pandemic is a terrible mistake. They say mass vaccination is exerting selective pressure for nastier variants. As a German expert who writes under the pseudonym Eugyppius writes:
The ascendancy of more transmissible (and possibly also more pathogenic) Delta strains is a consequence of the worldwide vaccination campaign. This is now the most salient and the most important side-effect of our vaccines. They elicit antibodies that select for more aggressive SARS-2 lineages, which escape vaccine-induced immunity by replicating in the lungs of infected people faster and earlier.
So who’s right—the faithful like Moderna’s CEO who think vaccines will end the pandemic in less than a year, or the skeptics? As Alex Berenson writes, only time will tell. Berenson’s money is on the skeptics, though his hopes are with the mainstream faithful. I concur on both counts.
Whichever side you’re on, you should agree with the Danish experts’ analysis, as reported in the Washington Post, that the main reason Danes tend to believe their public health authorities is that the Danish authorities, unlike American ones, have been relatively upfront about the downsides of vaccination and other COVID containment measures. Here in the US, we are getting only one side of the story—the fundamentalist fanatics’ side.
In Denmark, the authorities, and the public, treat vaccine skeptics respectfully. That earns them trust. Here in the US (and here at VT I’m sorry to say) the boorish pro-vax fanatics viciously and mindlessly insult those who don’t share their beliefs, thereby totally discrediting themselves both as reliable sources and as decent human beings.
Are even fanatics capable of seeing the error of their ways and returning to the basics of decency, humanity, and respect for the Other? As in the debate over the medium- and long-term effects of mass vaccination during a pandemic, only time will tell.
Dr. Kevin Barrett, a Ph.D. Arabist-Islamologist is one of America’s best-known critics of the War on Terror.
He also has appeared many times on Fox, CNN, PBS, and other broadcast outlets, and has inspired feature stories and op-eds in the New York Times, the Christian Science Monitor, the Chicago Tribune, and other leading publications.
Dr. Barrett has taught at colleges and universities in San Francisco, Paris, and Wisconsin; where he ran for Congress in 2008. He currently works as a nonprofit organizer, author, and talk radio host.