Death camps are coming for the unclean unvaccinated.
They’re coming for you next: The Atlanta Falcons football team has fired one its scouts, Rodrik David, simply because he, like many others, had decided that it made more sense for him to not get vaccinated against COVID.
The owner of the company had issued a policy requiring all employees, both full- and part-time, to be vaccinated. David refused, for reasons that were his own.
As noted at this report, David was good at his job, and had been working for the Falcons for the past five years.
This is his fifth season with the Falcons and his second as an area scout. He joined the club as a scouting intern during training camp, prior to the 2015 season, and was hired as a scouting assistant in February of 2016. He was promoted to pro scout prior to the 2017 season.
David was a riser.
While the owners of the Falcons certainly have the right to decide who they should hire or fire, this policy — like all the similar policies being mandated now by businesses and governments worldwide to make the unvaccinated second class citizens — brings us all to the edge of a very terrible cliff. For the past sixty years the custom by law and tradition was that making some citizens second class for superficial reason was considered morally wrong. That is no longer true, which explains why I can write a column for months describing each day another example of someone being blacklisted because someone else doesn’t like the way they part their hair.
It is now considered proper and moral to do such things. The unvaccinated must be banned, even if that banning will make literally no difference on the rate of infection, as demonstrated clearly in Israel, which vaccinated everyone and discovered it did little to stop the spread of COVID.
Right now such banning is limited merely ostracizing the victim. Soon that will not be sufficient, since I can guarantee without any doubt that the Wuhan flu is not going away. Soon the demands will be to hound the unvaccinated from all society, not simply their jobs. And if that doesn’t suffice to stamp out COVID then we will simply have to exterminate them!
Of course, that won’t eliminate COVID either, but boy, it sure will make these do-gooders feel good. They will have taken an action, no matter how pointless, and that’s all that matters.
Worse, by making such shunning an acceptable part of society it will spread. Soon it will be considered reasonable to ostracize people for any number of foolish reasons. Discrimination because of religion, race, and ethnicity will return (and in fact has returned) in full force, oppressing all sorts of innocent people for the most superficial of reasons.
The new dark age has arrived, and too many people across the world sadly embraced it with open arms. We shall now get all that we deserve for that embrace.
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