Jerome German | Remnant Columnist
Of news headlines it is said: “Dog Bites Man”—that’s not news; “Man Bites Dog”—that’s news! The mundane is not news. Similarly, that which unites us is not news; that which divides us is. What is the one mundane thing that unites us all? Sin. We write headlines about the unusual sins that others commit, not the mundane ones that plague most of us.
That said, even in our current woke cultural malaise it is not so unusual to find articles condemning our demonically perverse fascination with porn, because things have gotten so bad that purely secularist psychologists have had to deal with the morbid reality of what it is doing to minds and relationships.
According to released emails, the CDC redefined the word “vaccine” because the standing definition did not seem to properly apply to COVID-19 vaccines. That definition was, “a product that stimulates a person’s immune system to produce immunity to a specific disease, protecting the person from that disease.” It has been changed to, “A preparation that is used to stimulate the body’s immune response against diseases.”
There are a host of natural substances that “stimulate the body’s immune response against diseases.” Are they all vaccines now? Putting that aside, in the broader perspective, what makes these people think that they are in charge of the definition of things, and how long has that been going on?