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I read the study. And I don’t have a problem with ivermectin. Just another tool. I just think it’s pretty telling when people seize half the truth.

The other thing in there of note, since it’s your study, is what number they use as the mortality rate of Covid 19.Certainly not the negligible number people suggest.

But you can ignore that part too if you’d like.
 

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I read the study. And I don’t have a problem with ivermectin. Just another tool. I just think it’s pretty telling when people seize half the truth.

The other thing in there of note, since it’s your study, is what number they use as the mortality rate of Covid 19.Certainly not the negligible number people suggest.

But you can ignore that part too if you’d like.
The whole study is linked for all to read, not sorry I didn’t highlight enough of the content for you personally.

And though I’d love to be able to take credit for work like this, the actual authors are all listed at the start.

You can dispense with the childish remarks because you‘re mad I posted something challenging your preconceived notions. Have a great day.
 

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Are you just going to ignore the study I posted and pick apart what I did or didn’t copy/paste from the study?

I believe you should be free to take as many shots and boosters as you like, go nuts.
Being free to decide is the crux and where it falls apart. We live in the Matrix here. We think it's a democracy, but you have a PM that tells parents to leave the room so he can brainwash your kids. I don't care if you hate him or you hear vesper hymns when he talks. That was presumptuous, arrogant and just plain creepy and not the actions of an elected, democratic leader. It's authoritarian.
 
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Booter

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The whole study is linked for all to read, not sorry I didn’t highlight enough of the content for you personally.

And though I’d love to be able to take credit for work like this, the actual authors are all listed at the start.

You can dispense with the childish remarks because you‘re mad I posted something challenging your preconceived notions. Have a great day.
Lol. No I’m not mad. You’re intellectually dishonest- but I’m not mad you are. I expect you to be.
 

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Lol. No I’m not mad. You’re intellectually dishonest- but I’m not mad you are. I expect you to be.
:ROFLMAO: ok.

You know, if you didn’t like the link I shared you didn’t have to read it. In fact, you could just put me on ignore. I promise it won’t bother me.
 

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Being free to decide is the crux and where it falls apart. We live in the Matrix here. We think it's a democracy, but you have a PM that tells parents to leave the room so he can brainwash your kids. I don't care if you hate him or you hear vesper hymns when he talks. That was presumptuous, arrogant and just plain creepy and not the actions of an elected, democratic leader. It's authoritarian.

Another matter for consideration is that serving career military people are probably not a good barometer for what constitutes as acceptable vs too authoritarian, in a free society, specifically with the C19 restrictions.

The CAF are used to being treated this way and thinks it’s normal. This is why I think the restrictions of rights and freedoms, mandates, are not held in as much contempt on this forum as I see publicly.
 

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:ROFLMAO: ok.

You know, if you didn’t like the link I shared you didn’t have to read it. In fact, you could just put me on ignore. I promise it won’t bother me.
I found the study interesting. I appreciate you posting it. Nothing in it causes me any issue. It’s good to have tools.
 

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Another matter for consideration is that serving career military people are probably not a good barometer for what constitutes as acceptable vs too authoritarian, in a free society, specifically with the C19 restrictions.

The CAF are used to being treated this way and thinks it’s normal. This is why I think the restrictions of rights and freedoms, mandates, are not held in as much contempt on this forum as I see publicly.
I think you haven’t lived enough places and that’s why you view minor inconveniences with contempt and tantrums.

We all have theories.

I do worry about small business and their families now. Finding a balance between health and supporting others while not just killing different people through poverty.
 

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My two decade CAF career has taken me all over the world, so you would be wrong.

I don’t think any court of law in Canada or the US has ever referred to a denial of rights or freedoms as minor inconveniences. We should tread more carefully here, or perhaps we should change the name to The Canadian Charter of Minor Privilages and Small Conveniences.

But you make my point. Travel restrictions, lockdowns, curfews, business closures, school closures, border closures, mask mandates, vaccine mandates, forced quarantine, vaccine passports, additional taxes for the unvaccinated, restricted access to society for the unvaccinated, supply chain problem…etc… all just very minor inconveniences indeed.
 

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Compared to my fellow citizens dying needless deaths or suffering long lasting effects, then you are right.....minor inconveniences indeed.
 

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Compared to my fellow citizens dying needless deaths or suffering long lasting effects, then you are right.....minor inconveniences indeed.
It all seems to be working just great.

You don’t care about these ones though, hey?

 

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The CAF are used to being treated this way and thinks it’s normal. This is why I think the restrictions of rights and freedoms, mandates, are not held in as much contempt on this forum as I see publicly.
This forum and its most frequent posters are from a time long ago and do not reflect what’s happening in reality. The amount of people I know who actually support mandates and restrictions are few and far between.

Your point of view changes drastically when things like:
Travel restrictions, lockdowns, curfews, business closures, school closures, border closures, mask mandates, vaccine mandates, forced quarantine, vaccine passports, additional taxes for the unvaccinated, restricted access to society etc
don’t affect your life anyway. Sit at home fat dumb and happy and wait for that gov cheque to come in.
 

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This forum and its most frequent posters are from a time long ago and do not reflect what’s happening in reality. The amount of people I know who actually support mandates and restrictions are few and far between.

Your point of view changes drastically when things like:
don’t affect your life anyway. Sit at home fat dumb and happy and wait for that gov cheque to come in.
I don’t think for a second that you care about people affected by this one way or another. I don’t think you care how this affects anyone except yourself.

So stop pretending. We can all see that this is about how this is affecting you.
 

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Another matter for consideration is that serving career military people are probably not a good barometer for what constitutes as acceptable vs too authoritarian, in a free society, specifically with the C19 restrictions.

The CAF are used to being treated this way and thinks it’s normal. This is why I think the restrictions of rights and freedoms, mandates, are not held in as much contempt on this forum as I see publicly.

Other side of the coin; do you think the average citizen is a good barometer? The TikTok obsessed, "me me me" society that is familiar to North America these days??

Maybe we're actually decent barometers, because we're also pretty good at determining stuff that is too heavy handed? I support some of the measures some of the provinces in the Maritimes have done since this all started (NS), but think others have been too heavy handed and crossed lines that they didn't have the authority to cross (PEI and NB).
 

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The amount of people I know who actually support mandates and restrictions are few and far between.

That may also be a product of the prevailing political ideology where you personally are.

The membership of this forum is far from being just a bunch of retirees, so you’re out to lunch on your characterization of most of us as fat dumb and happy pensioners.
 
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