No, JenniferEccles, I am not a new member.
And no, (for the third time now), I am not anti-vaccine per sé. I am responding to the original topic stating "exciting news" when I do not find it in the very least exciting. In fact, the speed with which it is being developed and thrown at us as being our only "saviour", is frightening me. And I am not alone.
Therefore, I am anti this vaccine, because I feel there is something a little sinister about how quickly this has all come about, and the way it is being peddled to us as the only way out of our dilemma. Similarly, the flippant Boris comment that anyone with an alternative view about it is a "nutter" doesn't sit well with me, either.
I find people's reluctance to ask more questions and to do their own deeper research on vaccines, and their apparent willingness to acquiesce, rather disturbing. Questions such as where the funding is coming from, the possible ulterior motives and ethics of the "elite" providing such funding, and their connection with a much bigger picture; the vaccine's dubious contents; the proposed new RNA technology altering how our immune systems and DNA will change for good, without any redress if it all goes horribly wrong....surely all these Qs require a proper, truthful answer, before submitting to the inevitable needle? Why should that be an unreasonable request? Except, of course, we aren't told what they don't want us to know. Never stop asking questions. It is our bodies, our children's/grandchildren's bodies at stake here. If you're happy with what you have been told, and still think it's the best thing since sliced Mothers Pride, that's fine. After all, our aim is to be fit and well.
If you think I am on here solely to flog the anti vaccine stance, I could of course ask if you are working secretly for Nick Hancock and Boris to spread the pro-vaccine word?.....
In all honesty, I truly hope that you're right and my concerns are completely unfounded. Time will tell.