First they told us to wear a mask, OK fine ( I wear a shield ), then…
they told us to get shots, OK fine went and got the shots, then…
they told us we need to get proof we’ve had the shots in order to go most places, OK fine went through the process to get proof sent to me from our beloved federal government, now…
they’re telling us that official government papers is not enough we need one of those codex thingys, OK fine I’ll call, wait the hour or so on the phone, and get it mailed to me…

but…in all honesty…I am almost at the point that I’m ready to just throw in the towel, organize a revolt, tell the government exactly what they can do with these so called preventative measures, and put the whole matter in the capable hands of nature…which I’m starting to believe we should have done from the beginning and maybe we’d all be done with this

nature would take some, others would recover and build a natural immunity, others would build that immunity without ever getting sick, variant strains would be less likely to have the effect they currently do, all with having done nothing at all…just letting nature do what it does

my question is…

will all the measures we put in place, have we saved anyone?

I’m starting to believe we haven’t. If we had done nothing the same amount of people likely would have died, the survivors would be stronger to fight all the variants probably preventing more deaths, and the situation would have resolved itself by now.

Some believe in vaccination, and vaccination does work, we’ve seen it work with the essential eradication of polio, smallpox, etc… but vaccination does not work as a measure to rid ourselves of things like the Flu or the Common Cold…at best it offers a temporary solution and only for some and not for others. We are not going to vaccinate Covid into the annals of history. This, like the Flu or the Common Cold, is something I fully expect we will need to learn to accept and live with.

( image courtesy of grantguru.com.au )

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Former Freehand Freelance Graphic Illustrator... been online since 2004 ( late starter ), blogging since 2005, presently writing a suspense-thriller e-book that began as a screenplay.

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