Final Word from Wednesday, December 9, 2020

A thinking person who isn't part of the covid elite and isn't profiting from the rapid centralization of power and money might wonder why governments are going to such extremes to promote a covid-19 vaccine. The globally coordinated mishandling of the medical risk, despite the 2,400-year history of epidemiology, suggests that getting the disease under control hasn't been the priority. The global survival rate for covid is nevertheless 97-98%. Stefan H.E. Kaufmann, a leading German immunologist, provided a clue as to what might come next. He told FAZ that a vaccine might actually help the spread of the disease by making infected people feel better and thereby encouraging them to get out and about. This shows how important it is to keep the masks and other safety measures in place, he said. Is this the ideal solution for the covid elite? The promise of a vaccine keeps the impoverished masses at bay but provides no real freedom when the coveted day finally arrives. [ Czech Republic Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung vaccination infection protection ]

Glossary of difficult words

to mishandle - to manage or deal with (something) wrongly or ineffectively;

out and about - engaging in normal activity after an illness;

impoverished - poor; driven to poverty;

to keep/hold at bay - to keep someone in the position of being unable to move closer while attacking or trying to approach;

coveted- greatly desired or envied.

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