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- Posted on Oct 29th 2009 11:00AM by John D. Luerssen
"I do not trust those who make the vaccines, or the apparatus behind it all to push it on us thru fear," Corgan explained in his critique, which can be read in its entirety here. According to him, the virus is not yet an emergency and he believes it's ridiculous that "our American President Obama" has declared it so.
If that's not enough, Corgan, struggled with the notion that the government can require people to take the vaccine. He's also of the opinion that the "virus was created by man" writing that he has "read reports from people who say (as doctors) that there is evidence to suggest this."
Finally, Corgan stated, "If the virus comes to take me Home, that is between me and the Lord." But that's not to say he expects fans to follow his logic.
"I am not a doctor, and I am in no way suggesting that you should follow any medical advice from me," he wrote early in the essay, adding, "I am willing to question anything: the existence of God, the existence of me or you or Robert Zimmerman [aka Bob Dylan]."