“The contemporary Social Fabric is smoldering, climbing towards flashpoint in anticipation of the blaze to come.”
The Burning Times : on Vaccination
The following starts a contemplation on the “pressured” vaccination issue afoot in America today, as but a small exercise of applying an overall philosophy to one of today’s many contended issues.
05 MAY 2014
The problem with the whole thing is that the (potential) victims are arguing about the issues (some illusory, others not) while the orchestra tors sit back, collect a (massive) paycheck, and watch … the classic divide and conquer. In my witness, most of the anger towards non-vaccinators is based on an inflamed and exploited notion that they oppose anybody getting vaccines which is simply not true. What non-vaccinators are against is being forced to get something for which in their view the evidence presented is incomplete, biased, outdated in founding, or fallacious … which is accompanied by a further darkening specter when following the money and interest consistently sheds light on corporate and political agents profiting by both a “remedy” and the strife caused by the upset of its forcing. There is also anger at the notion that following such forced issue, there is no recourse to recompense, even should something like undeniable proof be possible and thus provided.
Force is not defined as merely immediate physical threat. Force is any measure of influence that causes one to capitulate against their will or better judgment to the will of another due to a combination of circumstantial and externally applied pressure … in fact the best strategy always takes an indirect approach that cloaks intention with plausible deniability, hides the true aim of an objective until it’s too late to do anything about it, or conceals attribution of an action by devising some form of anonymity. Soldiers can refuse vaccination. You can choose not to vaccinate your school child. But we do not live in a world of simplistic object interaction. Our decisions carry consequences and when other aspects of your life upon which you (or your dependents) depend are controlled by cohorts outside your influence at best, and by the opposition at worst, force is very much the appropriate characterization of the outcome’s cause. Any who doubt this basic principle should consult any victim of sexual harassment or human trafficking. Isolation of victims of indirect force is almost assured by a populace that is conditioned only to recognize direct actions and not dig too deep into analysis for fear of error and the unnaturally amplified backlash caused by a culture groomed to idolize the artificial notion of “fact”.