A Global Pandemic or Simply Disease Management and Symptom Maintenance?

I’m living through this pandemic and I’m as qualified as anyone else to comment on what it is like. I am completely ok with the fact other people will disagree with me and disregard and disrespect my opinions. This is what highlights a common behaviour in society on all levels and topics which is arguably and possibly the reason why we are two years in now and still haven’t been able to understand what it is we need to do to eradicate or control the virus.

Polio, smallpox, tuberculosis had less impact and earlier this year a cure for AIDs was discovered.

We are being attacked by an invisible enemy. We can’t see it or identify it affecting others as its symptoms are just like a common cold or the flu. We have had so far 2 vaccines and a further booster jab to immunise the population. Why wasn’t a single jab sufficient? There’s now an omricon variant being reported by the media. The BBC in Great Britain, probably the most influential platform for many, published an article stating that the booster jab will provide the immunity you need to nullify the omricon variant. Is this propaganda? How do they know?

This seems all to convenient

Vaccination for me was advised by my GP due to my medications. They lower the white blood cell count and therefore that put me in the high risk group. I had my 1st jab in February, my second in April and then my booster in October. I then thought to myself that if I was in the high risk group for Covid-19, a SARs virus, then I would be a risk too for influenza. I wasn’t offered flu jab however until I asked for it and justified why. As my medication for bipolar compromises my immune system, the pandemic has meant I have had to take further medication via the vaccines.

The foresight of the Government imposing lockdowns on certain dates is comical. Viruses don’t clock off at 5pm and start again at 9am the following day. Neither do they have any preference on the age of the host. They simply infect to multiply and evolve. Until eyes start opening to the blatantly obvious, it’s not going to go away anytime soon. Do you believe what you see or do you see what you believe?

This is disease management and symptom maintenance rather than health and healing. A cured patient is a lost customer to the pharmaceutical companies.

Published by Rochdalestu

I’m a 38 year old male who has recently been diagnosed with bipolar disorder. I have found it as a new chapter in my life that has opened my eyes to a whole new perspective on myself and everything around me.

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