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IN response to Laura Perrins: ‘Heil the vaccine apartheid!’I’m Spartacas wrote:

‘I sometimes wonder whether those who have had the vaccine and who are determined to get everyone else vaccinated secretly hold some underlying self doubt or uncertainty that drives their determination to force everyone else to get vaccinated too.
‘Their failure so far to convince everyone to take-up the vaccine offer forces them to consider the very real possibility that just maybe they are wrong and the vaccine refusers are right. I think this is what bothers them so much about the unvaccinated. In fact, this is what scares them — the possibility that the government may have sold them a pup. This is what is really gnawing away at their unwavering belief in what the government is telling them — the possibility that it is they who are being duped.
‘If every single person gets vaccinated — young and old — and it does turn out to be a huge wicked scandal then we were all wrong — every one of us. They could handle that scenario. But what if only half or even three-quarters of the population take up the vaccine offer and it turns out that the vaccine program was an unnecessary wrongdoing? I don’t think that the vaccine pushers could handle such a breach of their trust, and the fact that they were wrong. This is what keeps the uneasiness in the back of their minds going, and it is this gnawing uncertainty that is really driving their determination to browbeat every single person who is refusing the vaccine to get vaccinated — not for their health and safety but because deep down the very idea that the vaccine refusers were right to decline the vaccine could be too much for the vaccine enthusiasts to bear.’

Responding to Kathy Gyngell’s talking point (February 27)Paul Weston wrote:

‘I am pro-vaccine. But I am very much against a revolutionary new drug that is issued only under emergency regulations and has yet to receive completed trials authorisation. I am against a drug that claims to be a vaccine but unlike a vaccine does not immunise the vaccinated and does not stop transmission of the virus. I am against a drug that the politicians seem very keen on distributing despite the fact 99 per cent of the population doesn’t need it and I am against a drug for which the drug companies have been given legal protection against long term side effects.
‘If you can logically persuade me why I am wrong about these points, I will get jabbed in both arms!  But of course, you cannot.’

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