, you are hard on Anaya
who is a newcomer here (and to whom I wish, belatedly [sorry
], welcome!): qualifying his somewhat uncertain prose, of course, as "dung" is indelicate to start an exchange ...Sen-no-sen
, you say:
From this point of view, vaccination remains relatively powerless, because it does not act on the driving origin of this pandemic: globalization.
It is even its role to try to alleviate the undesirable consequences of the virus in order to continue to promote its root causes ...
Mass vaccination is part of a logic of infinite correction
. Its defenders are also somewhat confused by the continual production of variants.This rather unprecedented situation in history (even scientists in the Antarctic are affected!) Makes vaccination relatively inefficient (I am talking about a global aspect and not medical), first, second, third, fourth doses, then quarterly doses at term?
We are in the situation of a person who has an invisible shard of glass in his hand and who would use painkillers to cure himself. Failure to identify the source of the problem, it will condemn our poor fellow to continually take doses of to do spend an evil that does not disappear ...
It is therefore mainly because this "evil" is not identified that we cannot effectively fight the pandemic.
In the long term, the relentless health will probably get the better of the viral problem, but it is then another rebalancing * that will come to us!
* The next one will be social ... gold samples are already available for amateurs (yellow vests, civil conflicts around the world, Kazakhstan etc ...).
The laws of statistical mechanics are relentless, fighting the virus by establishing health governance only hastens the second phase of rebalancing ....
"Engineering is sometimes about knowing when to stop" Charles De Gaulle.