Vaccination and freedom of choice
Freedom is an important thing. But the next time a freedom fighter opens up so much that he invites his followers to lynch dissenters and has openly fascist and Nazi views, one should ask himself - is this the freedom we want? Freedom should be something noble, intended for everyone, and not a hysterical appeal to one's own absolute freedom in which no one else is free or protected. And democracy is a very fragile achievement of human civilization and it can easily collapse under the weight of the false "struggle for freedom", which is just another name for the ultra-right anarchist paradise that is a copy of the totalitarianism we see in "The Handmaid's Tale". Democracy, like vaccines, can easily become a victim of its own success. Does mandatory vaccination and the introduction of COVID certificates that you have been vaccinated to be able to access a public service or go to work in the event of a pandemic constitute a violation of human rights?