WHO Says it’s Time for Countries to have ‘Healthy Debate’ about Mandatory Vaccination

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by Chris Black

The slippery slope is real. This is how tyranny becomes normal.

I’m not going to insult your intelligence by adding comments or analogies.

We’re in a bad place and heading towards a far worse one.

(This is the case whatever you think of the vaccines themselves.)

The World Health Organisation has suggested it is time for countries to have a conversation about mandatory COVID-19 vaccines, saying: “It’s a healthy debate to have.”

Robb Butler, executive director for WHO Europe, told Kay Burley on Sky News: “Mandatory vaccination can, but doesn’t always increase uptake.”

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However, he suggested countries – and individuals – should now be thinking about the issue.

I’m pretty sure back in April of 2020, I along with others, told people that the vax would become a yearly shot and that proof of vaxing would be necessary to do anything. 

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