There is only one oppressed minority in the United States. They are comprised of every demographic group. According to published reports the unvaccinated make up 17% of the U.S. population. We have been told that 83% of Americans have had at least one C19 injection. If these numbers are accurate, it does not bode well for national health. Now that children are being targeted with these bioweapon injections the unvaccinated will decline in numbers.
The unvaccinated are an oppressed minority that has faced discrimination at a level not seen for nearly 100 years. In some ways never seen before. The unvaccinated have been demonized in ways similar to Jews in 1930s Germany. The propaganda against the unvaccinated has also been similar to the demonization of Americans of Japanese descent during World War II. They have even proposed internment camps for the unvaccinated.
In just the past couple years, across the United States to varying degrees, the unvaccinated have been subjected to segregation. They have been denied access to restaurants, universities, and employment. They have been fired because of their genetic status. In many cases the unvaccinated have been denied healthcare. Even life saving medications and organ transplants have been denied to unvaccinated humans.
Unmasked have also been discriminated against in many similar ways, but for the purpose of this discussion, we’ll stay focused on the unvaccinated. Largely because discrimination against the unvaccinated is a form of genetic discrimination and meets the criteria for racial discrimination.
The psychological warfare conducted against the unvaccinated has damaged, harmed, and traumatized, many in this community. Many may never recover from the trauma. The economic damages have also ruined countless lives. As a genetic ‘class’ the unvaccinated do not have the same rights as those that benefit from ‘vaccinated privilege’.
It should be noted that ‘vaccine privilege’ may require continued compliance. Discontinuing boosters may cause one to lose their ‘vaccine privilege’ status and become unvaccinated in the eyes of the oppressors.
What actions can be done to indemnify the unvaccinated?
Let’s start with reparations. We are not speaking of discrimination and injustice that occurred hundreds of years ago, or even 50 or 60 years ago. We are speaking of horrible and intolerable acts of violence and intimidation that have occurred in the past couple years, and the discrimination is ongoing. As an oppressed minority, a genetic ‘class’ that suffers extreme discrimination, there must be reparations for the unvaccinated.
It would seem that a fair monetary amount would be to force the pharmaceutical companies to pay the unvaccinated all the funds received that was collected for the C19 bioweapon injections. Importantly, these reparations need to come in the form of legislative action, not in a class action law suit. There should be no parasitic attorney fees involved in this necessary wealth transfer. Attorneys as a group, have acted as total cowards the past couple years, and sat by while the United States was turned into a dystopian nightmare. Now that we have considered a potentially fair amount of indemnification for the unvaccinated, what about affirmative action?
On a personal note, I’d like to disclose that I have always opposed affirmative action policies. The idea of discriminating based on race and sex to make up for past discrimination seemed unjust and to violate the rights of individuals. I always felt that people should be judged by the quality of their work not their skin color or sex. Also, it did not seem fair to punish one generation for the sins of another.
However, now that I am part of an oppressed minority, I am reevaluating this view. Although, I do take solace in knowing that the discrimination was not conducted by a prior generation, it has occurred in the past couple years. So at least I am not advocating discrimination against one generation for the sins of another generation.
What should affirmative action look like for the unvaccinated?
Clearly the unvaccinated must get preferential treatment in the hiring process. This needs to occur at all levels of employment. Every major corporation needs to have unvaccinated humans on their board of directors. Unvaccinated should also be prominently placed in all public relation positions. It is also necessary for companies to have sensitivity courses for the vaccinated and educate them about the plight of the unvaccinated.
This does bring up the issue of education. Academic institutions need to teach about ‘vaccine privilege’ and encourage students to be willing to accept their ‘vaccinated privilege’. It is important for vaccinated students to display an appropriate amount of guilt and to apologize to unvaccinated students for their ‘vaccine privilege’.