The part above made me cringe the most though.
What, that strength has nothing to do with disease?
Are you trying to say I could go to the Gym and work out 5 hours every day to become strong and that will somehow make me resistant to malaria or polio?
What people think of this virus has been stated many times in this thread, go a couple of pages back if you are really interested
Different people are effected differently and the concept of strength is meaningless in this regard... the million people this virus has killed world wide haven't posted anything on this forum... should I ignore their views?
It just means European. The presence of non-European ancestry in your genetics is enough to significantly improve your chances of getting hospitalized after catching the coof.
Well that is just plain wrong too because plenty of europeans are dead because of this disease... it seems to be more about age than about skin colour.
People in Africa are doing just fine.
People in India and central and south america are not... I rather suspect your opinion is skewed by the fact that most western media don't care about the rest of the world leading to their problems being under reported.
Any discrepancies in rates in the Western world can be easily explained by looking at obesity rates, lifestyle choices, lack of vitamins D exposure (related to low sun intensity/high melamine count) and the prevalence of kidney diseases, diabetes and cardiovascular diseases
Would be the majority in many places in the west.
No human genetic blend is universally able to overcome every species of virus. The concept behind a vaccine is clearly correct and
necessary unless death is the preferred option.
Agreed... as I pointed out many european diseases most europeans are immune to, and those diseases are dangerous to those who have never encountered them before from other groups, but there are plenty of diseases out there that europeans are vulnerable to too.
The median age in Africa is something like 20 years younger at least. The abysmal state of transportation (Africa's huge) also doesn't leave much room for populations to mingle their germs. There's also the possibility of underreporting going on.
Part of the reason there are so many dead Americans is their mobility and international travel points... not to mention more older people and obesity and diabetes etc etc...
When Tucker Carlson said it was ridiculous to tell vaccinated people they had
to wear masks in these settings he was attacked as an anti-science murderer. Why is
a talk show host months ahead of the CDC?
Just because you are vaccinated does not mean you can't be a carrier of the virus... the most dangerous people are those that have no symptoms when they have the virus because they wont get checked out and will spread the disease without realising it to people who will be effected by it.