Why Do Vaccinated People Fear Unvaccinated People?

If vaccinations work, then why do those who have had a vaccination fear those who refuse the vaccination?  I mean, if the vaccine works, and you have had it, then the person who has not had the vaccination should not pose any threat to you — right?  So why oppose those who refuse to be vaccinated?  It’s like saying that you oppose people who believe the world is flat, so the flat earthers need to be forced to comply.  Flat earthers can’t hurt you, so why would you want to force them to believe the world is a globe?  Seriously, think about it.

2 thoughts on “Why Do Vaccinated People Fear Unvaccinated People?

    1. Easily disproven using simple mathematics. The ancients knew the earth was a globe for this very reason. But I am not one who will try to force others to believe the same way I do. If someone wants to believe the earth is flat, how does that harm me? Until it does, I have no right to try to force them to do anything against their will. In the same way, until those who refuse to be vaccinated threaten the vaccinated, no one has a right to force them to be vaccinated. HOWEVER, if it can be proven that the unvaccinated are a threat to the vaccinated, wouldn’t that actually prove that the vaccine does not work? In which case, you still don’t have a right to force them to be vaccinated. The same thinking would apply to people who believe the earth is flat.

      Not sure if this is what you wanted to hear, but it is my honest position on both issues.

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