There is a lot of misleading analogies floating in the web with regards to people who are skeptic of covid vaccines.
The misleading analogies are so basic to understand but the majority of populace will be happy to accept such an analogy as a godsend without analyzing the gaping holes in the comparision.
This analogy is comparable to saying "Elevator is safer than climbing up the stairs."
When you climb a stairs, your safety depends on your own senses, your own ability to balance and walk properly while the safety of the elevator depends on hundreds of variables that you cannot track. For example the rope that is pulling it. The pulley, the electronics, the service of electricity, the safety latch in case electricity goes off, the strenght of the baseboard, to name a few factors that can cause malfunction.
So to compare wearing seat belts to getting vaccinated is to compare an apple to a mango tree.
Wearing a seat belt is just plain physics, law of inertia law of momentum. In a speeding car, when it comes to a halt suddenly, passengers fly forward and cause injury or death. You can personally verify that.
But something like vaccine, that is coming out of corporations which have paid billions of dollars in fines for misrepresenting their medicine, and who have history of putting profit before saving lives, you have to be really brainwashed and blind to think that the seat belt and vaccine are same issues. Also the corporations are not liable legally for any vaccine injuries. To believe them 100% you have to be a real believer.
This conversation tends to continue for long time because this whole issue centering covid vaccines has become like a religion. Those who believe will go at any length to support their belief and unfortunately I am an atheist. So you are free to practice your beliefs.
Last edited: 25-Oct-21 09:10 AM