Absolutely crazy. Clown world.was talking to my neighbour today ... he just got back from queensland - had been ther about 5 weeks ... his dad passed away
I talked to him weeks ago - they had decided to put his dad in palliative care ... was struggling to get an exemption to be allowed up there .... eventually got it after days of tests to prove he wasn't infected - had to fly, not allowed to drive - 14 days quarantine - but there was no chance his dad was gonna survive that long .... so they allowed him to go visit one day - had to put on full PPE - ambulance came and drove him to where his dad was .... when he got there, had to change out of the PPE into, a new set of PPE (wtf?) ... could go to the room where his dad was, but no others allowed in at same time (mum, sister who live in qld) - wasn't allowed to interact with any of them .... had to stand on far side of room from dad (don't wanna give the person about to die the covid you don't have) - dad was unconcious - so it was all kinda pointless anyway
feel sorry for people having to go through this kinda of shit
Because of the immuno suppression following the vax, which leads to more likelihood of catching the virus, among other things.
And there are places that the increasing deaths are occurring at the same time as the vax rollout but before any relaxing of restrictions.
What long term consequences do you expect Sweden to face?Meh, each to their own, I could have answered it with a predetermined position, and I'm willing to bet I could argue that to your satisfaction, but if one is to be honest in ones position, then that would have necessitated an assumption that that position is infallible.
Unfortunately I lack the zealotry in my beliefs required to make such an assumption. Instead I am subject to questioning them knowing that there is far too much information that is unknown.
Hence the delineation between the ease and difficulty with which one might assess the short term vs the long term.
What long term consequences do you expect Sweden to face?
I'm not really sure what you're saying. The immune suppression can last a couple of weeks. And plenty of experts have warned about the danger of vaxxing during a pandemic.
And as we know vax rollout doesn't really correspond to the level of threat but rather what deal your government did with the makers.
Being able to live like you used to.
You’ve nailed it Hindy111. Big factor in my mind.
That’s how I viewed the world 20 years ago. After spending time with decision makers and being part of the process my views have changed.
I agree when this statement you c**k sucking merkins. Did I do the emoji thingy right??
You’re trying to spin this into a gotcha. Old mate next door is not trying to sway opinions. In context, we were talking about innocuous childhood illnesses that we all take for granted.But you are on social media trying to influence people's decisions. So I guess we should be telling you to stay in your lane. I didn't mention anything about childhood vaccines.
I have a person in my circle who was tested for compatibility to donate a kidney for one if his siblings. Years later he wont get vaccinated to protect his 78 year old mother that he lives with, citing unknown risks.I have friends who growing up would sniff all sorts of stuff. Pop all sorts of tablets. They had no worries and knew that the fun they'd have outweighed the risk. Yet some won't touch the Vax.
I feel like a few people I know it is more they don't like being told what to do more then anything else. They want to be the big man and be in control and hate authority.