I’ve got to say if someone would have told me 20 years ago this would be the state of our society today in the greatest free country in the world, I would not have believed it.
But here we are. This COVID-19 vaccination has caused us to head in the direction of hatred for people refusing to get it.
I feel there are 100 reasons people are getting it. There are 100 reasons people are not and hundreds of those who did, but didn’t really want to be vaccinated.
No matter what the reasoning was behind your decision to get the vaccine or not, you still have that right in this county to decide.
It’s actually embarrassing as a Canadian citizen to see how fast and to what extent the vaccinated side is willing to just cast out the unvaccinated.
Whether I hold a vaccine passport now or not, I feel like taking the standpoint of ‘it’s none of your business’ based on principle.
I’m not going to buy into all these conspiracy theories, but I am starting to think everything is starting to seem like a conspiracy to radicalize society.
Why else can’t we get control of the pandemic if nearly 80 per cent are are vaccinated? And don’t tell me it’s because of the other 20 per cent.
Joe Rebidoux, Amherstburg
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