I know the virus might be dangerous, but then it might not be. I know that the so called vaccine might actually be a vaccine, but then again it might not be. I know that the lockdowns might be happening just to prevent the spread of the virus, but then again they might not be. I basically have no idea what to believe here, but I do know that something about this whole fiasco seems very, very wrong. I do not doubt the existence of the virus. I have heard that there are medical tests verifying it's existence. I do however doubt that it is AS dangerous as it is made out to be, because, delving into the hypothetical's here, if it was I probably would have seen at least one of the numerous people I knew drop dead from it, and yet I have not. Like most viruses, it is probably a little bit dangerous, at least to the elderly, and especially to them because they are ridiculously frail. This response to it just seems silly though, because from what I have heard, it is terrible for the economy, terrible for travel, terrible for mental health, terrible for family violence rates, (After all, who wants to be stuck at home all day every day with their bratty annoying family members) and just stops people generally having worthwhile lives. I know for a fact that it is terrible for personal freedom. I personally was under the impression that violating somebodies freedom of movement, with the exception of stopping them from trespassing, was against some piece of legislation which said that everyone had the freedom of movement, and that this piece of legislation was valid in most countries. It appears that this piece of legislation, whatever it was, has been simply thrown away, and that does not bode well. That is dangerous. Which vital law will be thrown out next? Will this become a trend? It had better not. Anyway, it is clear that there is probably some truth in all of this hype about how dangerous coronavirus is, which is why I recommend that, instead of detaining everyone, perhaps illegally, the government warns everybody about the danger of the virus and allows them to take there own precautions, which would probably entail self isolation in many cases anyway. A vaccine might come into play also, but not this freaky new one which from what I have heard from people who have gotten it doesn't even work properly. I don't know, maybe it does work properly. Maybe they just say it doesn't in a desparate bid to talk me down when I have backed them into a metaphorical corner by saying that if the vaccine works so well then those who get it are safe from those who don't. I usually hear the claim that the vaccine doesn't work very well as a response to this. However, delving into the hypothetical here yet again, wouldn't it just be easier to directly inject the spike protien of the virus into the person than to inject mRNA enclosed in lipid capsules into the body to be absorbed by the body cells, so that the mRNA could then trigger the cells to produce the spike protein? I have been told that the coronavirus vaccine works like so. It seems unnecessarily and suspiciously complicated. It seems like gene therapy. I can see why so many conspiracy theorists might think that it IS gene therapy. I get the case that the vaccine only works like this so that the individual doesn't have to be directly exposed to the coronavirus, which would probably kill them if that happened, but it still doesn't make much sense for a vaccine to work exactly like this. Also, the claim that the vaccine doesn't work is not a defense to my implication that one shouldn't be forced to get vaccinated in order to protect others, despite what the people who try to use this claim as a defense to said implication may think. That is because, the vaccinated are not forced to interact with the unvaccinated, in any case. Stores can ban the unvaccinated if they want. The vaccinated can avoid the stores where the unvaccinated are NOT banned if they want. An unvaccinated person might, in some special case or other, end up harassing a vaccinated person. Following them around and what not. However, as far as I am aware, harassment is a punishable crime anyway, so the police can deal with that. I have also heard a rather retarded implication that people should get vaccinated to protect others because there is not enough of the virus to go around. This is wrong because in such a case it would be much safer for others for them to be given your dose instead. I'm also pretty sure that there is more than enough of the vaccine to go around. Anyway, in summary it seems like people are being forced into a whole lot of things using this fiasco as a very poor excuse. Being locked up at home, having to get governmental permission to travel, having to get the vaccine, OR ELSE, etc. That is why it makes me go hmmmm.