“We are happy about [psychological] terrorism if it drives people to get vaccinated”

“The delta vari­ant is like a com­mon cold, but …”:

Why would one want to get vac­ci­nat­ed against the com­mon cold (which coro­n­avirus­es have caused prob­a­bly since humans exist)?

A pro­fes­sor of med­i­cine who states such illog­i­cal­i­ty vio­lates his hip­po­crat­ic oath, and not only. He is respon­si­ble for phys­i­cal harm that vac­ci­na­tion caus­es to those who do not need vac­ci­na­tion but to whom vac­ci­na­tion caus­es severe harm, includ­ing death, because of pre­vi­ous­ly not known autoim­mu­ni­ty and oth­er pre­dis­po­si­tions con­traindi­cat­ing vac­ci­na­tion against SARS-COV-2.

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What is the essence of someone pretending not to notice the essential aspect of the central allegation with respect to an essential matter to which he is an interested party, implicitly saying A while stating B? A refusal to engage in rational dialogue, which in turn is the only way to ultimately avert violence: an implicit declaration of (civil) war.

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What is the essence of someone pretending not to notice the essential aspect of the central allegation with respect to an essential matter to which he is an interested party, implicitly saying A while stating B? A refusal to engage in rational dialogue, which in turn is the only way to ultimately avert violence: an implicit declaration of (civil) war.