Whats wrong with people not being able to talk through issues, instead asking for someone to "cancel culture" a post ? If our children grow up believing this is possible for everything they don't agree with then, I pity them.
So back to the post and to put what I have learnt into simple language again :-
-Covid doesn't badly affect children (or 99+% of adults) with as close to zero deaths as possible (and no vaccination should be given to someone for no benefit to them).
-Covid vaccines only last 3-6months. If they lasted longer, why would adults be approaching their 4th jab within 12 months. Are you going to keep giving them doses ? If not, why start.
-mRNA technology has a lot of documented issues - even if the data isn't right, is it worth the risk ? Do your research.
-The NHS letter says its not urgent, so pause and think about it as its not urgent - Covid could soon disappear.
-Children cant make medical decisions, its upto adults to do the research.
-Dont think of this as a vaccine that protects the children for life from a disease - the current 'vaccine' was developed before Omicron was even a thing, so more questions.
-Is it really a vaccine by definition, should we be thinking and calling it something else to stop this confusion - =this 'Vaccination' does't stop you getting or spreading covid
https://dictionary.cambridge.org/dictio ... accination
All I am trying to do is get people thinking before putting something into our childrens bodies that you might later regret doing. I am not trying to stop anyone, but as the other poster says, I don't also think they need it. RISK v REWARD ?
PS I know and am part of many research groups with senior immunologists and some very senior medical people, they have been looking at the vaccination data since last summer. You can't easily talk about this information on twitter (you can on the App, GETTR) or the Mainstream Media, there may be a reason for that.