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(American Thinker) — In America, a medical ethicist says it’s fine for primary care practitioners to refuse to treat unvaccinated people. In France, older people who don’t get their boosters will be denied access to amenities. And in Austria, unvaccinated people will be confined to house arrest. For a disease with a minimal mortality rate for healthy people under 60, the race to otherize them continues unabated.

Ever since I learned about Peter Singer, a chaired professor of bioethics at Princeton University, I’ve been deeply suspicious about ethicists. Singer, after all, is simultaneously the ur-source for the animal liberation movement, which tries to give animals the same legal status as humans, and the man who believes that parents should have up to a month to determine whether to euthanize a newborn infant because of physical or mental imperfections.

Meanwhile, a little over a decade ago, in England, the land of socialized medicine, Baroness Warnock, described as “the influential medical ethics expert,” announced that elderly people suffering from dementia should be encouraged to get euthanized. “The 84-year-old added that she hoped people will soon be ‘licensed to put others down’ if they are unable to look after themselves.”

Whatever medical ethics is, if one judges by these two people, both of whom are leaders in their fields, it doesn’t align with actual morality and human decency.

Those of us who remember the rise of AIDS also remember the ethical issues associated with it. AIDS was a disease with a 100% fatality rate back in the day and was transmitted through bodily fluids, especially blood. Barring hemophiliacs, the people who got AIDS were almost entirely gay men, especially gay men who engaged in extravagant sexual orgies, and intravenous drug–users. More than most diseases, AIDS was a lifestyle disease that people could avoid through abstinence or monogamy, and not shooting heroin.

The power of the gay lobby (which is what made the LGBTQ+++ movement realize that it truly had political chops) was such that not only did it become impossible to turn away AIDS patients who could be said to have brought the disease upon themselves, but HIPAA made it illegal for any medical practice to make someone’s health status public. Think about it: a contagious, completely fatal virus, that was the product of bad decisions, but that could not be turned away from medical care and that had to be kept private.

Fast-forward to 2021, and we have COVID, a highly contagious, almost invariably non-fatal virus in the young (and youngish) and healthy. It seemingly can be treated in myriad ways, from buffing up our immune systems in advance, to taking medicines such as ivermectin, hydroxychloroquine, monoclonal antibodies, and Pfizer’s promised game-catching pill. (These medicines can be taken alone or in combination with each other and with various supplements.)

Please note that while I’m not a doctor, lots of doctors swear by them, and other countries rely on them. Meanwhile, the vaccines have diminishing efficacy requiring seemingly endless boosters. It also appears that they have fantastically high rates of bad reactions, including death.

You’d think all the rules that applied to AIDS would apply here: doctors must take all comers, nobody gets judged for being sick, and a patient’s health status is private. But no. COVID is the new AIDS, only worse.  If you’re not vaccinated (never mind the vaccines’ apparently limited usefulness), you have become a pariah.

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The dangerous ideas of Critical Race Theory (CRT) are being forced on students in public schools around the country.

This is wrong and parents have had enough! It's time to join them in saying "STOP!" to this harmful and racist propaganda.

Please SIGN and SHARE this urgent petition which says "No to CRT" in public schools, and "Yes to parents' right" to strongly protest CRT.

But, what is CRT anyway and why is it so dangerous?

Critical Race Theory is a hateful system of indoctrination which teaches that one race is either superior or inferior to another race, and that the United States is inherently racist.

CRT is dangerous and hateful precisely because it teaches children who are not white to despise and envy white children simply because of their skin color. And, as a result, it also teaches white children to despise themselves simply because of the color of their skin.

CRT also erroneously teaches that American society is inherently racist, and that different, detrimental policies (like reparations for slavery and race-based pay scales) should be imposed on the population to redistribute wealth from whites to non-whites.

This type of racist/marxist propaganda should have NO place in public, taxpayer-funded schools!

And, thankfully, American parents of EVERY COLOR are raising their voices and ballots against it!

Indeed, parents understand the destructive ramifications of CRT and, despite outrageous threats from Biden's Justice Department to prosecute them, they have been strongly protesting CRT at school board meetings across the country!

And now, in the first test of its kind, a candidate who was campaigning hard against CRT just won the governorship of Virginia in a huge upset victory.

That's great news, but we now need to contact every state legislature about this crucial educational issue.

And, we need to DEMAND that they BAN Critical Race Theory from every public school in their states - both primary and high schools, and colleges!

Whereas advocates of CRT seem more intent on vengence than on teaching children of every race to respect everybody, regardless of skin color, American parents of every race understand that it is not the color of one's skin that matters, but the content of one's character (to paraphrase Martin Luther King, Jr.).

Please SIGN and SHARE this urgent petition asking all state legislatures to BAN Crititical Race Theory from public schools in their respective states.

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'States are fighting the Left over the morally bankrupt critical race theory' - https://www.lifesitenews.com/opinion/states-are-fighting-the-left-over-the-morally-bankrupt-critical-race-theory/

'Parents who oppose Critical Race Theory in schools could be prosecuted by FBI' - https://www.lifesitenews.com/news/attorney-general-tasks-fbi-to-move-against-parents-protesting-leftist-agenda-in-schools/

Ohio parents testify: Yes, critical race theory is in our schools, and we say NO! - https://www.lifesitenews.com/opinion/ohio-parents-testify-yes-critical-race-theory-is-in-our-schools-and-we-say-no

An excellent Heritage Foundation document on CRT: Critical Race Theory Would Not Solve Racial Inequality: It Would Deepen It

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Most recently, Arthur L. Caplan, Ph.D. in the Division of Medical Ethics, NYU Grossman School of Medicine, opined that primary care physicians are perfectly within their rights to bar unvaccinated people from their practice to protect themselves, their staff, and people in the waiting room. Given that it’s a certainty that these physicians and their staff are vaccinated, Caplan should explain why a patient’s vaccination status should matter, but, of course, he doesn’t.  

Caplan won’t admit it, but he knows that the vaccine doesn’t protect against getting the virus. That being the case, distinguishing between vaccinated and unvaccinated people should be a non-issue. They’re all likely to give or get the virus, and around 99% of them won’t die. But Caplan still wants them treated as pariahs. (He concedes that hospitals can’t turn them away but that, as between a vaccinated COVID patient and an unvaccinated one, it’s okay for triage to assume that the unvaccinated person is going to die anyway.

It’s not just America that’s gone insane with medical authoritarianism (or totalitarianism).  We’ve already written about various Australian states that have turned into COVID police states. Well, Austria is following Australia’s lead:

Beginning Monday, unvaccinated residents ages 12 and older will only be allowed to leave their homes to go to work or to purchase essential items. The lockdown is set to last 10 days and will not apply to those who are vaccinated against COVID-19 or have recently recovered from it, according to Reuters.

(At least Austria recognizes the natural immunity that evolution has built into our survival ability.)

In France, all those over 65 who haven’t received a vaccination booster will lose their Health Passes (AKA their vaccination ID). That is, they too will be denied access to the world around them.

Again, and I can’t emphasize this often enough, all this punitive action is in response to a disease that has, on average, a 99% survival rate.  We have become a world of extraordinary cowards, so isolated from risk that even a statistically minor risk turns us into quivering masses of fear who will hand over every vestige of liberty to people who have proven, over the last almost two years, incapable of keeping us safe.

Republished with permission from the American Thinker.

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