Good question, isn't it? I've expressed my view previously that it's a social conditioning op. They want us all to get used to following orders. YMMV.
There's an article under that title at American Thinker today, Why do they want us all vaccinated? While I can't offer a definitive answer to the question, the article does contain a link to a blog that addresses reasons why we should be skeptical--and, by "reasons", I mean sound scientific reasons. The article addresses the latest media hype: The Variants! The Variants are coming! They're killers! They'll kill you worse than HCQ!
And so Mike Whitney asks:
Is the "Variant" Being Used to Scare People Into Getting Vaccinated??Is the "Variant" Being Used to Scare People Into Getting Vaccinated??
Here's how Whitney presents the question:
In a recent front-page article, (“Covid-19: U.K.-Based Variant Is Probably More Lethal, Scientists Say”, New York Times) the New York Times reported that the new mutated version of the Coronavirus was likely to be more contagious or lethal than the original infection. According to the Times, this new iteration of the infection could resist conventional treatments and force lockdown nations to extend the timeline for lifting restrictions. But given that “daily Covid infections have declined by 77 percent since January” and the virus appears to be ‘on its way out’, the report in the Times seems particularly suspicious. Is this new mutation, called the “variant”, really as deadly as it’s cracked up to be or is the media conjuring up another Covid hobgoblin to scare the public into getting vaccinated?
The blog is on the long side, but very informative. However, for my money the best part was in the second half, in which Dr. Michael Yeadon is quoted (and this is only a relatively short extract from that quote):
Whitney then quotes from an article that points out just how scientifically "shaky" the case is for The Variants being somehow more dangerous. He concludes: