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I am not an anti-vaxxer. I believe that almost all the current vaccine types intended for Covid-19 have been proven, at least in the short term, to do more good than harm for a select group of individuals who have not previously had the virus itself, and/or who have the typically identified comorbidities such as obesity, diabetes, advanced age, cancer, prior respiratory issues, etc.

However, because these vaccines really can produce better outcomes for some, many people apparently do not understand why there should be any limitations on its use. The NYT has finally included some dissenting opinions about the efficacy of the vaccines (without ridiculing them) in a recent discussion among Israeli doctors and an ex-health minister. 

https://www.nytimes.com/2021/12/23/world/middleeast/israel-vaccine-4th-dose.html?smid=tw-nytimes&smtyp=cur

It admits that several scientists have claimed that boosters may make it more difficult to fight the virus.

But that's not the news I refer to here. It's the 3-hour interview (below) that Joe Rogan had with Dr. Malone, who was the man who invented (got several patents for) the mrna technology on which many of the vaccines are based. If anyone has spent any time at all discussing the virus or the vaccines, or spent any time listening to news reports about them, then this could easily be the most important information ever presented about these topics.

It's here:

Dr. Robert Malone interviewed by Joe Rogan

 

I think everyone ought to at least give it an hour, especially considering the many hours that other news sources that we will be exposed to.

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I am not an anti-vaxxer. I believe that almost all the current vaccine types intended for Covid-19 have been proven, at least in the short term, to do more good than harm for a select group of individ

You are right. The Atlantic readers are already primed to think of anyone who questions anything about the safety of the vaccines as an anti-vaxxer. This term is so often misused that it's a perfect p

Yes, that's why I thought it wasn't a bad article overall, but as you pointed out "but the article also stretches the truth. Just enough to make you question and doubt". That's if the reader isn't rea

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A quick aside:

The reason that the NYT article I mentioned above included questions about the vaccine from Israel can easily be guessed. Israel is just about the most vaccinated country in the world, already beginning on the 4th jab. But due to Israeli apartheid, Palestine, right next door, has had great difficulty reaching "adequate" vaccination levels. Yet, Palestine is doing better than Israel with Covid-19. For those who read Hebrew and pick up some of the more obscure sources in the Israeli press, you can even find a sinister side to some Israeli expectations. Some had concluded that keeping it difficult for Palestinians to get the vaccine might result in greater deaths of Palestinians. This is not a bad outcome for Israelis who will privately share a Hebrew expression that states: "To kill an Arab is a blessing." 

[The university at which I studied Hebrew for 3.5 years has a high American-Jewish population, and although these are Americans who often have a strong prejudice against Israelis, there were also Israelis in the Hebrew classes, who joked about that same expression above. Also, separately, when I had joined a study group at the home of a Jewish family (where we studied physics) the home-owner (father of one student) learned that I spoke Hebrew, and his first question to me was. So now you know how to say: "To kill an Arab is a blessing."?]

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5 hours ago, JW Insider said:

I think everyone ought to at least give it an hour, especially considering the many hours that other news sources that we will be exposed to.

Can you explain, why you would promote a right-wing conspiracy theorist Podcaster? Also, can you explain how this impact is any different from that of the flu shot? If you cannot control your anger, then, please don't respond.

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1 hour ago, Dmitar said:

Can you explain, why you would promote a right-wing conspiracy theorist Podcaster?

He never used to be. But then he got COVID-19, took the drugs that are officially worthless, and promptly got better. It changed his was of looking at things.

You needn’t worry though. I’m told a few weeks ago he interviewed Sanjay Gupta, the doc from CNN, who would be the left-wing counterpart, or at least represents the official view on COVID.

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1 hour ago, TrueTomHarley said:

took the drugs that are officially worthless

Can you clarify if you mean, hydroxychloroquine and ivermectin along with vitamin D? 

1 hour ago, TrueTomHarley said:

who would be the left-wing counterpart

I was unaware, that doctor is promoting conspiracies. Can you post an example? As a Christian, I would not be well pleased to continue a campaign of disinformation, started by antivaxxers. 

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4 hours ago, Dmitar said:

Can you explain, why you would promote a right-wing conspiracy theorist Podcaster? Also, can you explain how this impact is any different from that of the flu shot? If you cannot control your anger, then, please don't respond.

One thing I have noted about Dmitar's posts that is universally true.

They can without exception be safely ignored.

... and very possibly SHOULD be.

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39 minutes ago, Pudgy said:

They can without exception be safely ignored.

... and very possibly SHOULD be.

Can I count on you to also include your posts? They should be, without hesitation, be ignored. However, if this is your only source of income, then abide by the probation department guidelines, or is it, parole department.

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2 hours ago, Dmitar said:

I was unaware, that doctor is promoting conspiracies. Can you post an example?

No. The point is that Gupta represents the mainstream. Thus, Rogan has spoken to doctors on both sides of the issue.

”Beware the sound of one hand clapping,” said Stephen Meyer, the intelligent design proponent.

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