The Top Four Reasons Why Many People, Doctors, and Scientists Refuse to Take the COVID Vaccine(s)
Arjun Walia and Robert Gorter, MD, PhD.
April 2nd, 2021
It is no secret that vaccine hesitancy is at an all-time high. Mainstream media has claimed that this is a result of “anti-vax conspiracy theories” when in reality, there are legitimate concerns not being addressed.
Why does the mainstream fail to have appropriate conversations about concerns that are being raised about the COVID-19 vaccine? Why do they remain unacknowledged and unaddressed?
When you ask somebody why they are choosing to take the COVID-19 vaccine or why they are wearing a mask, they may respond, “because of science.” The next question to ask is, how many of these people have actually gone through the science of vaccines and whether or not masks may be an effective tool for limiting the spread of COVID-19?
From what we see, the majority of people receive their information from mainstream media organizations, which are organizations that have strong ties to pharmaceutical corporations and governments, and are known for presenting one perspective that favors a particular agenda while completely ridiculing the others. They sometimes go as far as labeling another perspective as a “conspiracy theory” despite the fact that there is ample, credible evidence to support the claims of that perspective. Do people simply believe things because they feel that everybody else believes them too? What are the social and cultural implications of not being in alignment with the majority?
Due to reliance on a single media source, many people are not shown information and perspectives that tell a different or more complete story, especially when it comes to “controversial” topics. Oftentimes, these topics are avoided using ridicule in place of addressing points brought up from other perspectives. We’ve seen a lot of this with COVID, an unprecedented amount of censorship of science has taken place with regards to all things COVID, and many academics have been speaking up about it for quite some time.