Burning Bush comments

Posted in: Japan to begin trials of COVID-19 vaccination proof at eateries See in context

and businesses have a right to choose whether they serve unvaccinated.

Businesses are not choosing to turn away customers voluntarily.

Government is forcing them to restrict their business.

All mandates should be lifted.

After that, let's see if any business voluntarily implements a vaccine passport on its own

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Posted in: Japan to begin trials of COVID-19 vaccination proof at eateries See in context

Our right not to have unvaccinated people sitting next to us n the beer hall.

This "right" was declared non-existent in countless civil rights trials regarding segregation in the 50s and 60s.

You live in a society, and part of your duty in that society is to treat others with decency and allow them the same courtesy they afford you.

Society is not your private space.

-1 ( +28 / -29 )

Posted in: Public support for prioritizing COVID fight falls around world: survey See in context

Anybody who lived through the AIDS scare can recall how people who were perceived to be "infected", particularly homosexuals, suffered shame and stigma.

Society has since moved on, and we will from this dark episode as well.

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Posted in: Japan to begin trials of COVID-19 vaccination proof at eateries See in context

No jab....no job.

No jab.... no flight.

No jab... no beer? Great!

Tyrants can take away our trinkets, but they can't have our dignity.

No matter how hard you try, you aren't getting access to my body.

6 ( +47 / -41 )

Posted in: Ivermectin is a Nobel Prize-winning wonder drug – but not for COVID-19 See in context

Don't interfere in our choices and I'm quite sure we will stop interfering in yours.

Then drop the vaccine mandates.

You don't see any of us trying to impose Ivermectin mandates on anyone.

-6 ( +8 / -14 )

Posted in: Ivermectin is a Nobel Prize-winning wonder drug – but not for COVID-19 See in context

Easy solution.

If you don't want it, don't take it.

But don't interfere in another's person's choice to take it.

-6 ( +11 / -17 )

Posted in: Celebrities join Prince William for Earthshot Prize award See in context

If the Prince is considered about carbon footprints how about he give up his private jet, Rolls Royce and 30 room mansion.

-5 ( +0 / -5 )

Posted in: Frustrated and weary over long pandemic hours, more U.S. workers are striking See in context

The article provides nothing but vague and nebulous explanations for why suddenly there are mass walkouts at the exact time that vaccine mandates are taking effect.

Empty shelves Joe, it's going to be an interesting 3 more years.

-1 ( +7 / -8 )

Posted in: Russia tops 1,000 daily virus deaths for first time See in context

In Russia the 3 most important words are diversity, tolerance and inclusion.

Each person is free to make their own choice for masking, vaccination and self isolation.

Whatever choice you make, other Russians will accept your choice, tolerate it and still include you in society.

This is in contrast to other countries where vaccinations are demanded, masks are forced and isolation is imposed by government

-5 ( +2 / -7 )

Posted in: Russia tops 1,000 daily virus deaths for first time See in context

Factor in the Russian government’s lies and disinformation, the number could easily be twice or thrice the declared ones.

Russia is turning out to be a case study of the dangers of an incompetent regime to public health!!

Yet average, every day Russians don't care.

They enjoy their freedoms, they like hugging their grandmothers, they don't want to wear masks and they want to be forced to take an injection against their will.

You can mask up, lockdown and social distance forever if you want.

Russians don't care if you do that, they will just ignore you and live normally.

-4 ( +4 / -8 )

Posted in: Tens of thousands demonstrate in Rome against neo-fascists See in context

LoL do you see the sign the man in one of the pictures is holding? It says, "Si vax." You want to take a guess at what that means?

Anti-freedom authoritarians can hold up any sign they want, I support their right to do so.

For every fascist in Italy who wants the government to force people to take a vaccine, they are a hundred people who support human freedom and an open society where all are welcome.

Fascism was defeated before and it will be defeated again.

The authoritarian mandates will be defeated.

-7 ( +3 / -10 )

Posted in: Tens of thousands demonstrate in Rome against neo-fascists See in context

The people are rising up against authoritarian rules and restrictions on freedom everywhere.

The spirit of freedom can not be squashed.

The fascists say Resistance is Futile but we say Persistence is Fertile.

]Government forced vaccinations will fail, the people will win.

-8 ( +3 / -11 )

Posted in: Biden says democracy survived Capitol riot because of police See in context

Perhaps one of the Trump supporters would like to have bear spray sprayed in their face and then be clubbed by a flag pole.

Ashli Babbit suffered much worse.

She was an unarmed civilian who was shot to death.

-1 ( +21 / -22 )

Posted in: 2,500 cases reported of sexually exploitative photos of athletes See in context

In many cases, judges have actually ruled that, unless the camera angle is obviously intrusive, if your private area is publicly visible, the fault is yours, not everybody else's.

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Posted in: Russia tops 1,000 daily virus deaths for first time See in context

"I do not really understand why this particular figure is causing such a serious stir."

Russians in general have not bought into the hysteria and are living without masks, lockdowns and are happy to remain vaccine free.

In short, the scary headlines about Covid deaths just don't bother Russians.

-7 ( +3 / -10 )

Posted in: Tokyo reports 66 coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 484 See in context

So why do we still have to self isolate when returning to the country.

Because the purpose of the isolation is not to protect you, it's to protect the Japanese from you.

If anything, the low figures strengthen the case for inbound quarantines because Japan seems to be better off than a lot of other countries.

6 ( +11 / -5 )

Posted in: France ends free COVID testing for all See in context

Up to now, they only needed to show proof of at least one vaccine shot.

Millions of people in France just had their QR code deactivated when the rule changed from 1 shot to 2 shots.

The number of people getting fired and blocked from entering restaurants keeps growing and growing as more shots are added to the requirement.

-2 ( +1 / -3 )

Posted in: #MeToo, 4 years in: ‘I’d like to think now, we are believed’ See in context

The Wi Spa incident in San Francisco shows that women are still doubted and ridiculed when they report sexual misconduct.

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Posted in: U.S. cities, police unions clash as vaccine mandates take effect See in context

but individual police and fire departments across the country have reported figures far below the national rate of 77% for adults who have had at least one dose.

Police and Fire guys are often the best and brightest, and their take their health and fitness extremely seriously.

These honorable men and women will not back down.

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Posted in: Tokyo court disrupted by hundreds of maskless anti-vaxxers See in context

77%, Fully vaccinated adult population (aged 18+)

That means more than 1 in 5 Japanese adults are opting out.

NHK just reported that vaccination sites in Tokyo are closing early due to lack of demand.

It seems that roughly 20% Japan's population or about 26 million people will remain not fully vaccinated.

That number will only grow as more and more boosters are added to the regime of vaccinations.

-13 ( +25 / -38 )

Posted in: Kishida says Japan will start 3rd COVID vaccine shots in December See in context

who have gone at least eight months since receiving their second dose, citing studies that show antibodies that protect against the disease decrease over time.

Absolutely.

Trust the science.

Fully vaccinated does not mean 2 shots, it means your constantly up to date with your boosters.

The next wave will be among those who only have a mere 2 shots.

-8 ( +19 / -27 )

Posted in: California coronavirus death count tops 70,000 as cases fall See in context

More than 70% of Californians are now fully vaccinated and another 8% partially so, she noted.

This number will drop sharply soon because in the coming months, the definition of fully vaccinated is going to change from 2 shots to 3 shots.

2 shots will be considered partially vaccinated and not sufficient to make you eligible to meet the mandates.

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Posted in: Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it's the first bisexual Superman See in context

If Superman needs a mask, he obviously ain't Super.

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Posted in: Moderna has no plans to share its COVID-19 vaccine recipe See in context

The COVID-19 vaccine is Moderna's only commercial product.

Well then these guys scored the jackpot with Corona didn't they.

Mega profits won't come so easily, progressive countries like Sweden, Norway, Denmark and Iceland have started to do independent testing of the Moderna vaccine and immediately ordered that they be restricted for children.

-2 ( +1 / -3 )

Posted in: Russia's new COVID-19 infections, deaths near all-time highs See in context

On Monday, the authorities in Moscow announced the expansion of free coronavirius tests in shopping malls across the city

Free testing for anyone is something I can agree with.

It's not mandatory, but voluntary and free.

Many people would agree that every country should offer its citizens free testing

-5 ( +3 / -8 )

Posted in: Sydney lockdown ends for vaccinated after 106 days See in context

There were bans on everything from traveling more than five kilometers ... to attending funerals.

They banned funerals ?!?

This is cruel, horribly cruel.

-5 ( +17 / -22 )

Posted in: Tokyo reports 60 coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 553 See in context

With numbers this low why are fully vaccinated returning residents still being made to self isolate

Because they're not flying in from Tokyo.

The domestic case numbers are irrelevant for the inbound quarantine rules. What matters are the case numbers in the areas that people are flying in from.

4 ( +6 / -2 )

Posted in: Russia hits new virus death record as autumn surge persists See in context

We can limit our contact with them through the usage of vaccine passports.

These will eventually bite you as well.

There will always be somebody more vaxxed than you.

By this time next year, people with 5 shots will refuse to sit near those who've had just 3.

Whatever punishment you advocate to be brought upon your neighbor will one day fall back on you.

-1 ( +0 / -1 )

Posted in: Tokyo reports 60 coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 553 See in context

Please do something for international travel entry plans.

Wouldn't the overseas cases have more bearing on that decision instead of the domestic ones?

0 ( +6 / -6 )

Posted in: Russia hits new virus death record as autumn surge persists See in context

That's why vaccine mandates are necessary. It's not because they help you, and the do. But they also help you not infect and kill others.

There's a simpler solution.

People afraid of the virus can triple vax, mask up and stay home, live off of Uber and Amazon and stay safe.

People not afraid of the virus can live like in 2019 and interact with the fellow human beings normally.

Everybody gets what they want and no mandates are necessary.

-4 ( +1 / -5 )

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