But that makes me uncomfortable. No matter yours or my personal thoughts on the matters of discussion, it shows perhaps most accurately the effects of ever more in your face filters at play.
On this subject specifically I recall something about az being manufactured in India. I also remember someone sharing the fact that most vaccine to date has gone to the richest nations in bulk, leaving the poorest in perpetual lockdowns that are crippling and killing individuals in places we before now didn't care to talk about. We must be able and free to discuss the geopolitical effects of western fear and privilege by joining these dots, but it appears nowadays that doing so gives carte blanche for others to label you a nutter or conspiracy theorists.
I feel general censorship gets worse faster when as individuals we proscribe to it out of fear of ostracisation. I'd rather argue with people who had some wild ideas than talk to people who simply said what I could see on the news. It might allow for tempering of views all round, but as we stand, it's a polarisation technique which means the last people to take blame end up being the powerful.
I believe over all these years we may have learned nothing about how the media and its govt operate in this respect.
I'm surprised by Dan's response to be honest. I know he's had a hard year, but I think many of us have also. However, I also see your point about filters. I just don't like it!