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Dr. Prasad: Useless Cowards Shirked Duties

Professor of Medicine Vinay Prasad has had enough of "useless fucking cowards." Normally measured and thoughtful in his YouTube videos, he lays out his contempt for cowards and careerists who didn't try to protect kids (and everyone else) from disastrous policies during the pandemic.

Dr. Prasad carried out his duties in person at the county hospital throughout the pandemic. He carefully examined the evidence for masking children, injecting children with COVID "vaccines," closing schools, boosters for all, and Paxlovid in the vaccinated, and came out mostly or entirely against them. He says it hasn't helped his career or made him many friends--but it was his duty as a doctor and professor.

Dr. Prasad says duty has fallen out of favor; I say it's courage that's lacking. You don't need to be charged with a duty to take the initiative to do some good. Without courage, you can't carry out your initiatives or duties when they're unpopular. He hints at courage at the end of his inspiring post:

So whenever I hear about people who had a duty to do something. Something important. And they just sat idly by, scared for their own safety, like useless fucking cowards, while bad things happened, especially to children, I have no respect for them, struggle to understand how they could do such a thing. No, I actually loathe such people, and I'm sickened by them. Useless fucking cowards.

We need more people who understand duty in this world and less people looking out for their own useless selves. If you don't have a sense of duty, don't talk to me. If you won't sacrifice anything—even everything— for something more important than yourself, I don't want to hear your voice or see your face. Our culture is missing a sense of duty, and the harms are incredible.

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