Early this fall C2C Journal
posed the question whether countries should rely so heavily on vaccination to subdue the Covid-19 pandemic – whether we could “inject our way” out of trouble. The massive autumn waves of infection in numerous heavily vaccinated countries should have prompted serious reflection – perhaps even a change in direction. Yet even as the latest mainstream research and recent events demonstrate that the vaccines are only partially protective and woefully temporary, our public authorities are further intensifying vaccination programs while crushing the lives of the unvaccinated. Gwyn Morgan, an early proponent of universal vaccination, puts the pieces together and demands that we consider a new approach.