4/3/14, seen wandering around campus at Columbia University, New York.
the anti vaccination movement basically consists of random people with no knowledge of medicine going “I can medicine better than doctors” and it would be…
Holy mother of fuck this was the most ridiculous arguement I’ve ever read. Like all I got from nazerine’s arguement is “Hey we should force medications on people because that’ll make everyone else safe.” How about no. How about we let people decide what’s good for their own bodies and if they get sick and die from not getting a particular vaccination, well that’s natural selection I guess. The weak die and the strong live on. But guess what? People have been living without vaccinations for hundreds of years, and at the moment that human race isn’t exactly on the brink of exstinction. I feel uncomfortable that there are people out there who seem to think it’s okay to force other people into doing things because they think it’s what’s best for the world.
Forcing people to alter their bodies in any way, when they are fully able to decide for themselves, is a pretty fucked up mindset.
It’s like Hitler. He full heartedly believed in what he was doing was right, I mean after all he just wanted a pure bloodline for his people, right? That doesn’t sound so bad. EXCEPT WAIT, HE KILLED PEOPLE BECAUSE OF THEIR HERRITAGE. He forced people into consentration camps, forced slave labor, and killed people because he thought that by them mixing with blue-eyed, blonde-haired, heterosexual people, his race was being tainted and made weaker.
So in a nutshell nazerine’s (or Nazi-rine as far as I’m concerned now) arguement is:
Peole who don’t get immunized= jews and other non-germans
People who do get immunized= master race deserving to live.
Wow, this is probably the worst argument I’ve ever heard. And, having seen a lot of really bad rounds arguing during my time debating and judging, that’s really saying something.
Economics: always stating the obvious.