Loving Your Neighbor

From Tom Woods, Athlete responds to vax questions with nuclear explosion

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First, if you missed yesterday’s email, it’s one of the most important I’ve sent since the craziness began. I urge you to read it now. Please. You will thank me.

Now, for today’s message:

Here, in two minutes, was more sense on COVID and risk and vaccines than we’ve heard from the monomaniacal Anthony Fauci in 19 months.

Jonathan Isaac of the Orlando Magic — yes, we have to go to the world of professional sports, as opposed to the Officially Sanctioned Voices, to get real sense — just explained why he’s unvaccinated:

“I’ve had COVID in the past. Our understanding of antibodies, of natural immunity, has changed a great deal since the onset of the pandemic and is still evolving. I understand that the vaccine would help — if you catch COVID, you’d…have less symptoms from contracting it. But with me having COVID in the past and having antibodies, and with my age group and physical fitness level, it’s not necessarily a fear of mine.

“Taking the vaccine, like I said, would reduce my chances of having a severe reaction, but it does open me up to the — albeit rare — chance of having an adverse reaction to the vaccine itself.

“I do not believe that being unvaccinated means infected, or being vaccinated means uninfected. You can still catch COVID with or without having the vaccine.”

He then denounced “the craziness of it all in terms of not being able to say that it should be everybody’s free choice, without being demeaned.”

And he then ridiculed progressives — who claim to be so open-minded and tolerant and full of love, as opposed to those supposedly hate-filled right-wingers — by challenging them to show respect toward people whose looks and beliefs are different from their own. I loved this in particular, because this is of course the very thing progressives enjoy congratulating themselves for doing, and Isaac exposes them as the hypocrites they are:

“Loving your neighbor is not just loving those that agree with you or look like you or move in the same way that you do. It’s loving those who don’t.”

This whole statement, fairly standard fare for you and me, is incredibly bold for the NBA. Here’s one guy on the Magic who’s willing to speak up and be different from his peers. Most people are terrified to do that.

Inside the Tom Woods Show Elite, on the other hand, everyone is Jonathan Isaac.

Imagine a haven like that.

You should be in it.

The key to enter: 
Tom Woods

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It will be up to Christians to build a world where loving your neighbour is common among ordinary people. A nation of priests and kings…

….who, therefore, will not be pushed around by credentialed experts and political leaders, the secularist equivalent of priests and kings.

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