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Pfizer Vs Astra Zeneca - To vaccinate or wait?

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Dear Hasbeen,

As much as I think that Hydroxychloroquine is useless or even harmful, I will fight for your freedom to take it.

Anyone ought to have the freedom to poison themselves, so long as they don't hurt others in the process.

It is very wrong for the state to limit what chemicals/medicines/drugs you put into your body - but it would be equally wrong of you to put such things into your body, then to expect the state to pay for trying to repair the damage.

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Dear Critic,

«We haven't heard the last of Ebola yet Yuyutsu, just wait patiently it'll come.»

Do you have a secret lab?
Posted by Yuyutsu, Monday, 19 July 2021 8:56:11 PM
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Hi Yuyutsu,

I don't know that fighting for Hassy's unalienable right to poison himself is such a great idea, although it would be much desired by many in the community, the self inflicted poisoning that is, not the fighting for the right to do so.
Posted by Paul1405, Tuesday, 20 July 2021 6:41:41 AM
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Dear Paul,

Mud is dirty, it can also cause health problems if you put it in your mouth, but this should not stop us from allowing our toddlers to play in the mud. They need to experience, to learn.

I am not fighting for Hasbeen's rights, but for his freedom.
It might sound pedantic, but it makes a world of difference:
Freedom is God-given, rights are man-given.
I do not advocate for giving Hasbeen any rights to poison himself (and then to have us, taxpayers, foot the bill), only for refraining from robbing him of his God-given freedom.

We are faced with a secular government that has no way of telling right from wrong. Sometimes it gets things right by chance, but at other times it gets things very wrong. If we want to protect that which is good and healthy, we must keep government away from the selection process.
Posted by Yuyutsu, Tuesday, 20 July 2021 7:14:01 AM
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I believe that in the UK and Europe people can
choose the vaccine they prefer amongst at least five
vaccines. Why can't we in Australia have a choice?
Posted by Foxy, Tuesday, 20 July 2021 9:34:16 AM
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It's pathetic that anyone should ask people they don't know - that's everyone on OLO - if they should get vaccinated or not. If you can't make up your own minds, you should be in care. The only person you should even dream of asking is your own GP - not the "experts" or the media or politicians, and certainly not anyone on social media.

I don't give a continental what anyone else does. I've been vaccinated and I'm fine. The WuFlu will never be eradicated; very few people who get it will die, get sick or even know they have it unless they allow themselves to be bullied or frightened into getting tested.

Stop peeing your pants. The inconvenience caused by useless lockdowns and restrictions is the real killer
Posted by ttbn, Tuesday, 20 July 2021 10:06:06 AM
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Here's a joke from Spectator on the stupidity of the premier of my own state and the po-faced sheila pulling his strings (the one who ordered kids not to touch a football handled by Victorians):

"In South Australia, three community-transmitted cases of WuFlu are causing the semi-shutdown of the entire state. Premier Steven Marshall obviously doesn’t realise the virus doesn’t want to visit SA, let alone live there".
Posted by ttbn, Tuesday, 20 July 2021 10:14:32 AM
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