Yes, I’m back on the subject of plague raves. No, I don’t care in the least if you’re annoyed about it. It’s my own website, so I can write whatever the hell I want. And besides, there’s plenty of other things to read here.
Whenever this subject gets mentioned online, it doesn’t take long for a moonbeam whose last brain cell died years ago to come along and tell you that they know the truth. Apparently, Covid-19 doesn’t exist, the hospitals are all empty and the vaccine contains a microchip so that Bill Gates will know when you last had a shit.
Or something like that.
Apparently, they don’t trust the vaccines against coronavirus because they don’t know what’s in it. Curious then, that very often, a little bit of searching soon turns up some post or comment somewhere about popping pills on a night out. I wonder whether they ask for a list of ingredients when buying from their dealer…
Arnold Schwarzenegger, no less, recently said:
“Some people say it is weak to listen to experts. That’s bogus. It takes strength to admit you don’t know everything. Weakness is thinking you don’t need expert advice and only listening to sources that confirm what you want to believe.”
They would do well to listen.
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