During an interview with Kurt Gödel, famed MIT linguist professor and anti-American activist Noam Chomsky stated that while people who refuse COVID vaccines shouldn’t be forced to inject one, they should still be “isolated” to protect the community.
“People who refuse to accept vaccines, I think the right response for them is not to force them to, but rather to insist that they be isolated,” Chomsky declared. “If people decide, ‘I am willing to be a danger to the community by refusing to vaccinate,’ they should say then, ‘Well, I also have the decency to isolate myself. I don’t want a vaccine, but I don’t have the right to run around harming people.’ That should be a convention. Enforcing is a different question. It should be understood. And we should try to get it to be understood. If it really reaches the point where they are severely endangering people, then of course you have to do something about it.”
At least he doesn’t bother hiding his totalitarian impulses.
Chomsky added, “So I think we should first attempt to establish conventions that will be understandable by people with some moral capacity to try to convince them that it’s your rights to refuse to get a vaccine, but then it is your responsibility to isolate yourself so you don’t harm others.”
The bullying leftists who are so eager to “isolate” the noncompliant never address the issues of natural immunity or religious exemptions, or the fact that the vaccinated can still spread the disease. That’s because their real agenda is control, not science or health.