It breaks my heart to see the division Covid/vaccines has
Have we lost all common sense? I don’t regard someone’s medical choice to be any of my business. Because everyone is different. I consider myself pro-choice. And we have always accepted our differences as normal.
Everyone is different. Thankfully. Some people have heart conditions and other health issues not helped by this jab.
Some thought it unnecessary because of the zero to 5% chance Covid would harm us and the robust immunity gained from overcoming Covid naturally.
Even when we don’t agree we tend to agree to disagree and that’s the end of it.
But I reacted in anger today and I regret it because I prefer to avoid conflict.
I had gathered with friends to remember those bereaved, vaccine injured and those who lost their jobs because they said no to the jab.
I expected to hear some people speak. That’s what they were doing elsewhere.
When I arrived some people had signs and we were going to walk up and down the main street with them.
I thought OK. Much of the talk was of how we (the unvaxed) were treated by some. We stopped at a few shops and applauded them. Obviously they had been supportive of us. And we were showing a bit of gratitude, I thought and it felt good.
The wombs are still raw.
If it was not for Pfizer coming out and admitting “we did not test for transmission (1) ” we might be in very different circumstances.
Highest injuries ever recorded
If we had not experienced an all-time high of adverse events to the experimental jab(3) that eclipsed all the adverse events from all the other vaccines ever created in over 60 years and the 35% increase (in NZ) in all-cause mortality from insurance company records. I believe we would still be the targets of others wrath.
We had stopped outside a chemist and I attempted to poke my head in to say hi and show them the signs of remembrance.
Before I knew it the shop assistant motioned me out, waving her hands, “shoo shoo” she said, and wouldn’t let me in. I said, but I’m not with them and she opened the door and said well come in then and I said F**k it and closed the door abruptly again. I was in shock.
WOW wear did that come from.
My mind instantly went back to last year and the way I had been treated in another chemist in town. In that incident, I had been ushered “shoo shoo” out of the shop. They were not serving the unvaccinated inside.
I had to go outside like some sort of leper to be served. The shop assistant sneered in disgust treating me like vermin. Those were terrible times fuelled by MSM propaganda. People believed they were doing the right thing but it was all lies (4). The governments mandate was to get everyone in New Zealand vaccinated at all cost. Hesitancy was heresy!
But what could I say. The dye was cast. I wanted to say but look at the signs, they’re not protesting, they’re just remembering the lost health, lives and jobs.
I got angry when I saw the door shut and reacted. Not very classy of me but what could I say? Nothing would change the shop assistants mind.
That makes me sad. I had defended these people at this chemist because they were always civil to me, but many people had told me they were outright rude to them.
There is no need for that but now I know how easily it can happen when propaganda, government decree and FEAR overtake otherwise rational people.
Now I understand how the German people in WW2 could have treated the Jews so badly. It was a relentless propaganda campaign (that took several years) from MSM and Adolf Hitler’s madness, bolstered by orchestrated FEAR mongering that turned a warm civilized society into murdering racists.
“Those who cannot remember the past
are condemned to repeat it”.
My father fought in WW2 for our freedom. Their sacrifice was for us. I know deep down how he would view these last few years. It was George Santayana - The Life of Reason 1905 who said:
“Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it”.
Mandating New Zealanders was a terrible mistake.
Most of us would not have taken the jab and taken our chances because the odds were highly in our favour after-all, that we would naturally fight off this corona virus (as I did) just as we had been doing for every other corona virus in the last 800 years. It was a “novel” seasonal flu despite hullabaloo.
For my part I apologise and I wish we can sit down and korero now to find peace and understanding because there are plenty of broken hearts that need mending.
Time has moved on and my worst fears are materializing. Millions have died worldwide. Yet I live in a home divided alongside family and friends forever harmed.
It is time to forgive and heal.
Let’s start today. Lest we forget.