Jabbing the Young Is a Sign of a Profoundly Sick Society
"A society which is happy to lock its children inside and then to subject them to unnecessary medical experimenting is one with a deep sickness at its core"
Civilisation is ultimately the transmission of one’s culture to future generations. By its very nature, a healthy civilisation will want to inculcate its youth with its central values and knowledge. Only thus will it propagate itself successfully down the ages.
Conversely, a society which is fixated purely on its old is one that is ripe for the chop. A balance between the two must be maintained: aged stasis relegates a nation to inertia, but too much concentration on the youth will leave the national mind vulnerable to childish flights of fancy. It is with such thoughts in mind that we might analyse the recent drive to vaccinate British children against Covid.
By its very nature, this planned mass vaccination is an act which endangers the young for the supposed benefit of the old. It is a total inversion of the approach any healthy society should take.
For almost 100 per cent of the young, getting Covid is akin to a bad cold – if they even know they have it in the first place. Our stance should be: fight it off, develop antibodies and carry on. (It is worth noting that almost 80 per cent of 16-24 year-olds have Covid antibodies already, according to data from the Office for National Statistics.)
This is a far more preferable set of circumstances, one would think, than needlessly exposing those at next-to zero risk from Covid to a growing list of potential vaccine side-effects, not to mention those side-effects for which we do not have the long term data to know about.
But this stance is not new. The young have been sacrificed throughout this entire Covid debacle. Months of school were cancelled and our youth left to rot on the vine – lacking the education, exercise and socialising so vital to the healthy development of any young mind.
All of this was done to protect the octogenarians of Britain. The young were drilled with messages that if they left their home they might end up killing their nan. It was a sick example of emotional blackmail.
A society which is happy to lock its children inside and then to subject them to unnecessary medical experimenting is one with a deep sickness at its core. That such a thing is even being suggested is a dismal sign of the state of modern Britain.