There is a wicked deceptive language govts in particlar use, and alarmists, panic merchants, shills for big pharma and even people who should know better.
It is this: They refer to ‘protected’ or ‘unprotected’ as equating with ‘vaccinated’ or ‘unvaccinated’.
Even people such as UK’s Julia Harley-Brewer, a tv broadcaster supposing to find sense and reason, truth.
She gets up there and laments that people without the right vaccine will not be ‘protected’ against omicron. She should know better. She does know better. She should call it to mind and use speech that reflects it.
We are ALL ALWAYS ‘protected. We are protected by our Immune Systems.
That’s how it works. With or without vaccines that’s how it works.
A vaccine tries to make your Immune System work better, at least for a while.
Your Immune strength waxes and wanes, gets better and worse.
Immediately after an injection and for a couple of weeks afterwards it is WORSE. Weaker.
Then it supposedly gets stronger. Then it begins to tail off. Is the idea.
But if you’re an old sick person your ‘strengthened’ immune system is at best much, much weaker than that of a young fit person.
Doesn’t matter how much stronger you get there’s a limit imposed by your age and your sickness. You’ll never get stronger than the young, fit, healthy no matter what you do.
Especially if you rely on vaccines and obey govt edicts to avoid all health giving measures. Especially if you do what govt tells you to do and do everything in your power to sicken yourself.
So yes, a large chunk are trying to improve their systems to where they’ll never reach anyway: and weakening themselves for weeks in the process, making themselves even more susceptible and pushing up the stats for cases, ICU and deaths.
And another large chunk are trying to improve that which is as near to perfect already as to make no difference.
What’s complicated about that?
What’s new about it?
It is as ever was.
Simple, natural and ordinary as ABC.
You have to be suffering from Pollie’s disease: coprocephalia, not to see it.