There was a pandemic over the last three years, but it wasn’t just COVID involved.
There was also another virus that was running rampant through the masses that the media did not report on, and that was the lack of critical thinking skills.
The constant wall-to-wall coverage of the virus zapped everyone of their reasoning skills and they all acted rather unreasonably.
Here is a prime example of this in the form of a multiple-choice question.
There is a pandemic going around the world that is supposedly deadly and government officials are saying we need to lockdown to “slow the spread”. These leaders in the government state that you need to stock up on supplies based on the lockdown.
What do you stock up on for those two weeks?
A) dry goods and non-perishables
C) mass quantities of toilet paper
If you answered C then the virus has affected you too.
There was no need for the rush on toilet paper but that is what we all witnessed, and it took weeks for the shortages to be rectified.
One would think that would teach everyone not to make irrational choices but sadly they just evolved.
Now, it has evolved into a panic that is actually killing people young and old. Plus what makes it worse is that it isn’t even the virus that is killing them, but the absurd policies that have stemmed from the sheer panic.
For example, a 3-year-old boy from Cyprus has been flown to Greece for emergency heart surgery after doctors in Germany refused to treat the child because his parents were unvaccinated against COVID-19.
The boy, whose name remains undisclosed, was reportedly denied treatment by three countries before being flown by air ambulance to Greece over the weekend.
Cypriot hospitals could not perform the necessary procedure for the child hospitalized with a serious heart condition.
A 3-year old boy from Cyprus was turned down by Germany, Uk and Israel for urgent heart surgery because his parents were not vaccinated.
Is this starting to be a bit too inhumane or is it just me?https://t.co/Gmi5wAaDxR
— Abir Ballan (@abirballan) February 1, 2022
The health ministry arranged for the child to be flown to Germany last Thursday, according to Politico.
However, the day before the transfer was supposed to take place, the hospital in Frankfurt informed the Cypriot authorities that it would not be going ahead because the boy’s parents had not had the COVID-19 vaccine.
Cyprus suggested that the child could be accompanied by a legal guardian instead of his parents but this suggestion was turned down.
A German health ministry official confirmed there is no rule that says hospitals cannot treat unvaccinated people, let alone children whose parents are not vaccinated. However, the official added that each hospital has its own restrictions and makes its own arrangements with patients.
“Health policies — including vaccination policies — and their concrete implementation are the responsibility of the member states, not the Commission,” said a spokesperson for the European Commission’s health department.
The Cypriot authorities tried to get specialized health centers in the United Kingdom and Israel to perform the operation but were turned down for the same reason given by Germany.
The boy’s parents were vaccinated on Thursday but have to wait six weeks before their inoculation records are recognized abroad.
Alexey Matveev, the boy’s father and a Russian national living in Cyprus, expressed his outrage in a Facebook post.
cont. from RT:
“I didn’t know that I had to be vaccinated for my child to be operated on in that hospital. If I knew it of course I would have done it … I am healthy and did not want to be vaccinated. I find it inappropriate for someone who is healthy to be vaccinated,” he said.
“This is blackmail and war on people. No, it’s not parental negligence, it’s just killing my son,” he wrote in a Facebook tirade.
Although Permanent Secretary Yiannaki insisted the parents knew about the policy, it’s an abomination to humanity to have the requirement.
Everyone involved in the denied heart surgery has lost their soul and should feel ashamed for these inhumane actions.