The Demonization of the Unvaccinated: A Look Back


Social media has been in an uproar since a member of European Parliament posted a video of a hearing in which a Pfizer director admitted the company never tested whether its Covid mRNA vaccine prevents transmission prior to its approval for emergency use.

Though the fact that Covid mRNA vaccines do not prevent transmission was, of course, abundantly clear from the data soon after their implementation, this myth was a primary justification for vaccine passes and a primary cause of the unprecedented venom launched at those who refused Covid vaccines throughout 2021 and continuing through today.

Not only did governments exert this pressure through policy, but in many cases politicians and officials used their office to deliberately stoke the social stigmatization of the unvaccinated. Here’s a look back at some of the unprecedented vitriol that was launched at those who refused Covid vaccines from 2021 and beyond.

Officials in many jurisdictions proposed making the unvaccinated pay more for healthcare.

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In Victoria, Australia—where lockdowns were longer than in perhaps any other city in the world—one politician proposed cutting the unvaccinated out of the national health system entirely.


A particularly disturbing idea that began to gain serious traction among the elite commentariat was to have hospitals triage emergency care to serve the unvaccinated last, or even deny healthcare to the unvaccinated entirely—a fairly clear-cut crime against humanity.


One vocal proponent of the idea of triaging emergency care to disfavor the unvaccinated was David Frum, Senior Editor of the Atlantic, most famous for his outspoken support for the invasion of Iraq. When his infamous tweet on the subject sparked an uproar, Frum doubled down.


Piers Morgan agreed that the unvaccinated should be denied emergency care.


Shockingly, this appalling idea of triaging emergency care based on vaccination status is still being proposed to this day.


The demonization of the unvaccinated was, of course, far from limited to healthcare. Vilifying the unvaccinated became a kind of illiberal fad among the elite commentariat. The US CDC even paid screenwriters and comedians to promote Covid vaccines, which in some cases involved paying them to mock the unvaccinated.


In a bout of recidivism to the early 20th century, Austria and Germany introduced the chilling concept of “lockdown for the unvaccinated.”


“Lockdown for the unvaccinated” gained traction in the English-speaking world as well.


Most countries, cities, and states across the Western world introduced vaccine passes that their own citizens had to show in order to partake in daily life. The World Health Organization published an extensive document on implementing a digital vaccine-pass system, including an international vaccine status registry and instructions on how to later revoke someone’s vaccine pass…

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4 thoughts on “The Demonization of the Unvaccinated: A Look Back”

  1. The last two years have proven one thing:

    “How could such a horrible thing like Japanese internment camps in WW2 have happened?” isn’t a question to anyone who didn’t take the shot.

    The last two years really made me feel more like a Catholic than an American. All the “values” that America espouses? It’s all complete BS, and they’ll be thrown out the window in an instant for free a Dunkin’ Doughnut or a lottery for a chance to win money (things that were offered to those who took the shot).

    And for whatever it’s worth: Tiffany Dover is still missing.

    1. I hope I’m wrong, but I can see this deranged mindset entering into a large part of society with regards to Russia. As we keep getting fed a steady diet of “Russia bad” from the government and mainstream media, (and the US continues to stoke the fires of war in Ukraine) how long before people start advocating for lobbing nukes at Russia, and if you argue that that would be a bad idea because it would assure our destruction as well, they will call you a traitor and a Russian sympathizer? It wouldn’t surprise me anymore.

  2. Things wouldn’t be so bad if people didn’t entertain themselves and inform themselves with propaganda. That is, TV shows, music and movies. They only spread the values that people are paying them to spread. Why would some random stranger on TV give his life to spread facts and the truth? Owners are obviously are investing in the news, and truth is not profitable.

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