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Lack of public awareness and discussion on potential vaccine harms leads to complacency.
  • Politicians may avoid addressing public concerns on vaccine safety to prevent outcry. 0:00

  • Public perception is influenced by government reassurances and lack of media coverage on vaccine-related issues. 0:24

  • Comparison between responses to different health crises in 2020 and present highlights the impact of media portrayal on public demand for action. 1:02

  • Increased media coverage on excess deaths could potentially prompt public pressure for further investigation into vaccine safety. 2:10

Lack of media coverage on excess deaths raises questions about accountability and awareness.
  • Excess deaths are not being reported in the media, leading to a lack of public awareness. 2:44

  • The disproportionate reporting by the media on certain topics raises concerns about independence and agenda. 3:57

  • Responsibility for reporting on excess deaths is placed on the government, media, and healthcare practitioners. 5:00

  • Most people operate on surface-level information without digging deeper to explore underlying issues. 5:22

Lack of critical thinking and exploration in acknowledging potential vaccine harms.
  • Critical thinking and exploration skills are not widely taught or encouraged in schools or organizations. 5:41

  • Many people attribute health issues solely to COVID without considering other factors like lockdowns and lack of medical visits. 6:30

  • There is a tendency to accept surface-level explanations without delving deeper to uncover potential underlying causes. 7:05

  • Exploring more deeply is essential to uncover answers and mitigate future harms effectively. 7:38