The following video shows a brief conversation between an elderly woman and her granddaughter. The context is evidently that of a nursing home or care residence.
The grandmother has been denied permission to participate in games because she refuses to get the COVID-19 vaccine. The games involved are presumably cribbage, dominos, etc., where people are in relatively close proximity to one another.
Here’s what I don’t understand: if everyone else has been vaccinated, and this woman is the lone holdout, why does it matter whether or not she gets the vaccine? If the vaccine is effective, no one can catch the disease from her. If it’s not effective, then why is it compulsory for the very old, who are most at risk from the known side effects?
The Coronazis make the rules, and everyone must obey.
The texts that appear at various points in the video are translated as follows:
|1.||“Please watch all the way to the end”|
|2.||“Corona or not, that’s an absolute insolence”|
|3.||“She helped rebuild Germany and is treated that way. My heart is bleeding.”
|00:00||Grandma, you have now told me that they won’t let you take part in games,|
|00:05||because you refused to be vaccinated? —Yes, they won’t, today also!|
|00:08||They won’t let you play with them? —NO, NO.|
|00:11||And what did they say to you? —They told me, it’s because I refused to be vaccinated.|
|00:15||Aha, and how do you feel about that? —I don’t like it. —It’s not nice, is it?|
|00:20||Yes, it is not nice. —You feel left out. —Exactly, that’s how you feel.|
|00:25||The impertinence, is that it? —Yes, what an impertinence.|
|00:29||And do you want to get vaccinated now? —What?|
|00:32||Do you want to get vaccinated? —NO, NO, I’m not getting vaccinated.|
|00:35||Gran, I will also not get vaccinated.