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Japan's QAnon members convicted of trespassing at COVID vaccination sites

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The group has been waging a campaign against COVID-19 inoculations... claiming that the shots are dangerous.

Well, not saying their methods were entirely justifiable, but isn't it interesting that a product endlessly touted "safe and effective" has an injury compensation scheme?

-19 ( +10 / -29 )

No medicine or drug can be 100% safe for 100% of people.

Now they have criminal records.

12 ( +23 / -11 )

No medicine or drug can be 100% safe for 100% of people.

Well said. Perhaps you can agree, that threatening general practitioners who granted exemptions with de-registration to ensure a 100% covid vaccine uptake was then not only unethical, but completely inequitable and wholly unjustifiable?

-11 ( +9 / -20 )

Really good news these dropkicks now have a permanent criminal record. The best employment they can now hope for are cash in hand day laboring jobs.

Governments everywhere need to keep a close eye on dangerous sociopaths like these scum - and imprison them if this behaviour persists.

6 ( +17 / -11 )

No one was forced in Japan to have the covid vaccine. The decision to vaccinate children was taken by their parents not the state. There were no jobs requiring compulsory vaccinations.

15 ( +23 / -8 )

What losers. If they don't like vaccines, no one is forcing them to have one. Leave others who choose to do so alone.

12 ( +19 / -7 )

Fighto!Today  05:32 pm JST

Really good news these dropkicks now have a permanent criminal record. The best employment they can now hope for are cash in hand day laboring jobs. 

In the real world, how do you think this will affect their job hunting? As the employer has no way of knowing, it is not asked and there is no mention of anything related to that in the employment contract. Now, public jobs they can mostly forget.

-3 ( +4 / -7 )

Vaccines reduce the risk of catching and spreading Covid. 

I guess you must have unfortunately missed the prominent global headlines that Pfizer themselves admitted the vaccines were not intended to, nor were they ever effective against transmission.

In case there's anything else you may have missed while you've been away:

They prevent transmission (Nope).

They prevent deaths (Nope).

They prevent ICU admission (Nope).

They prevent hospitalization (Nope).

They are effective (Nope).

They might be safe (We are currently here).

-16 ( +8 / -24 )

They prevent transmission (Nope).

You are being deliberately dumbly disingenuous.

Read what I wrote again. Really slowly, because words are important and you seem to struggle with nuance.

8 ( +16 / -8 )

They are not wrong about the vaccines being dangerous at the very least. Nice try to tie the loonies to the reasonable questioning of the vaccines efficacy and safety though...

-15 ( +6 / -21 )

If they don't like vaccines, no one is forcing them to have one.

Yes, people say this then turn around and ridicule/cancel those who choose not to. The same people that were anti-big pharma 3 years ago, currently treat big pharma like God and even rush their kids to the front of the line to get poked.

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