Coronavirus Mega-Thread. in Covid-19 & NWO Posted January 16 12 hours ago, Ergo Storm said: Of course vaccines aren't totally safe. I take that as a given. I am not opposed to vaccines personally, I just oppose making them mandatory or compulsory. It should be a personal choice, and it's a matter of weighing things up. But, I think you're being slightly disingenuous here. Nobody here is saying that vaccines should be rejected because they are not totally safe, rather the argument is that a certain vaccine is not properly tested, that patients are being used for the purpose of market testing - in effect, they are human guinea pigs - and perfectly healthy people are falling seriously ill after receiving the vaccine. Even if the number of people falling ill is very small in statistical terms, it's right to ask questions given all the moral pressure being brought to bear on people to submit and receive this untested vaccine. Furthermore, accepting that something is not totally safe does not mean that we should then go ahead and do it, and if we say vaccines are not totally safe, that in itself is not an assessment of risk. The actual risks associated with a vaccine should be made transparent and publicly-known so that they can be assessed by everybody and each person can make his own decision, using his own good judgement and common sense. It's simply not good enough to lazily say: 'Oh, nothing is totally safe'. I actually agree with much of what you are saying and I am totally against any big pharma going about things the wrong way. There are many vaccines that are currently in development / testing in a whole variety of regulatory regimes. To describe them as THE vaccine, dilutes that. I agree that risks are not discussed as widely as they could be, but we have the tools at our disposal to investigate this ourselves, as everyone has no doubt done who is reading this. My own personal choice is to try and investigate as much as I ca n and I have no issues with those who do the same, but reach different conclusions. I am here to try and learn more about some of those.