Society prefers a scapegoat. It is comforting to be part of the majority that can blame minorities for their illness.
The sacrificial goats that we are eliminating today are deciding not to get vaccinated.
Since the tired population is working with the fourth wave of Kovid-1 of, they want to find a way to get rid of it. They want to blame someone for this chronic condition due to fear of infection and lockdown. They just want to end it all and they decide to point their combined, judging fingers at the irresistible.
Magical hunting conducted by frightened crowds never ends well. We can drive some people to extremes.
For those who think that the vaccine is an essential component of getting rid of the epidemic, it is frustrating for them to stop taking the vaccine. In most areas, the vaccination rate seems to break at a rate of about 100 percent.
The government initially started using the carrot method to encourage vaccine participation. We have seen everything from lotteries to gift cards being given as a temptation to get a job. The carrot method had little success. Inspired by the growing insane population, the government is now moving towards using sticks.
There are many reasons why people do not get vaccinated. There are many in the indifferent group who have never approached it. Due to limited access to nightclubs and sports events, I suspect that many of them will suddenly find the time and motivation to get a job.
There are many people who are really vaccine-hesitant. They are concerned about side effects and want to see more information before some injections into their body. These people can be convinced to participate in immunizations over time if they are approached with reason and respect. Although we do not see much of these features from increasingly intensive immunization advocates.
Shame and intimidation of the hesitant will only force them to dig their heels.
Vaccines are the ultimate, and perhaps the smallest, group of true “anti-waxers.” These are people who are sure that vaccines will harm them or possibly kill them. They will never voluntarily submit for vaccination, or allow their children to be vaccinated.
Try putting yourself in the shoes of someone who sees the vaccine as poison. If you believed that a vaccine would kill you or change your DNA, would anything persuade you to keep it in your body? Of course not.
We have to accept the reality and create housing that a large part of the population will never be vaccinated. Whether it is through rapid examination schemes, separate schools or separate workplaces, we cannot allow these people to be isolated from all aspects of society.
If even six percent of the population is deeply opposed to the vaccine, it makes millions of people. Many of these people work in the healthcare system, and dismissing them will not ease the burden on the hospital.
At the moment, those who are terrified of vaccinations are feeling quite cornered. They are losing their jobs, their friends and their ability to travel. They are being pushed into a miserable existence where they can be virtually locked in their home for the future.
I can’t think of a better recipe than this to take someone who is challenged with mental stability and push them towards work that can harm themselves or others.
This sense of dreadful helplessness has now intensified with the end of the federal election. Many people hoped that a strong electoral demonstration from Maxim Bernier’s PPC would protect them from being forcibly vaccinated. Intense tensions were evident at the PPC rallies and some demonstrations. Those people have now lost hope of protection through the electoral system and feel that they have no voice in the government.
There are some people less dangerous than them who think they have nothing to lose and have nowhere to go.
We cannot stop encouraging vaccination for fear of triggering extremism. However, we can work with those who choose not to vaccinate us to change our tone and attitude. We are creating a breed of desperate, desperate people. We may not understand their point of view but we should try to show empathy for them.
If we keep blaming, embarrassing and marginalizing these minorities, I fear we might push someone closer. The next act of aggression could be much worse than a frustrated idiot throwing a handful of pebbles at the Prime Minister.
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