November 20, 2020
The Right to Live
is a good essay about the fundamental rights of Man and how we have the right to catch a disease if we wish to risk it. It asks the question; why is the right to protection from Covid trump the right to live life?
From the essay:
People have the right not to be exposed to an infectious disease but
that has to be balanced against the right of others to be exposed if
they so choose, be it out of a death wish or, more likely, a desire not
to allow a low-risk event to ruin their cherished lives.
Whose rights should prevail in this case? Until March of this year,
there was universal agreement that the rights of those who are not
proven to be infectious trump those who want to play it safe. That made
sense because those who fear death more than a lifeless life can join
Joe Biden in the basement, no coercion required.
Suddenly, though, many governments flip-flopped and claimed, without
any public discussion or accountability for the results, that the
rights of those who seek not to be exposed to the virus trump the
rights of those willing to risk exposure. Many were suddenly forced to
be the keeper of everyone else, like it or not.
You know, this thing was 180* different during the AIDS epidemic. Back then there was an enormous push to not have contact tracing or quarantining of infected individuals (which is why it spread so fast).We were told this was about basic civil rights. I would point out that there is a phenomenon known as "bug chasing" in which gay people actually SEEK to become infected with HIV, and nobody ever suggested that they didn't have the right to do so. (And all of us pay for it with higher insurance rates and the like.) Speaking of which, Obamacare and other quasi-socialised medical insurance schemes stress the "pre-existing condition" angle, saying that should be no bar to receiving health care, and that included bug chasers who wanted to get sick to prove their fealty to the homosexual lifestyle. But now it's all flipped on it's head with Covid. Now you don't have a right to even go out if you aren't proven to NOT be sick; it's a case of guilty until proven innocent. And the mainstream media (and sadly the American People) don't see the contradiction, or ignore it at any rate.
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