SOMETHING TO PONDER CAREFULLY
I very rarely ever post a main blog in which I do not comment rather extensively on the content of an article, but today I want to do so, lest the earnestness and importance of the message gets lost in the noise of my own commentary. I will say only this: for months we have been lectured to and preached to by lamestream propatainment and local media to "think of others" and to "wear the mask" and to shun human contact even with our loved ones, and urged to take the "vaccine" and excoriated if we don't do either. We have been told we are endangering others' lives if we don't wear masks and, now, if we don't take the "vaccines". I could, of course, recite those doctors who dealt with covid patients using vitamin D, C, and zinc, or (the dreaded word) hydroxychloroquine. No, we are to rush to get completely experimental mRNA "vaccines", and to ignore all the emerging stories of gruesome adverse reactions. Well, my answer is, that using their own "logic", it would be equally injurious and potentially life-risking to other people not to report on the potential adverse reactions and dangers, and remember, we've not even begun to see any long-term or potential inter-generational effects. It is in effect a sin of omission for lamestream or local media not to report such information. If one objects to the lack of stated measurement criteria for the statistical compilations of the article, the same criticism can be and has been leveled at the statistics associated with covid cases and deaths, as a little research will readily show.
In that spirit, I hope people will carefully ponder the following article, and perhaps some of the links and videos associated with it. And please, if your friends or families are thinking about doing so, at least try to persuade them to look at "the other side" of the discussion before doing so.
See you on the flip side...
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