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Qanaut 126 points ago +126 / -0

If you were lucky enough, or obstinate enough, to avoid the shots, good for you, but sitting on the sidelines telling the rest of us that we're stupid or deserve what we get is just another form of evil. Celebrating your own health while others suffer around you is not a good look for anyone.

You want sympathy for your self imposed degradation of health, and yet continue to use provocative language to describe those who had the intuition and mental fortitude to make the right choice about the vaccines from the beginning.

We were not lucky.

We were not merely obstinate.

The words you are looking for are due diligence. We made a conscious and intelligent decision predicated on hundreds, perhaps even thousands of hours of personal research.

I don't condone mockery, but I refuse to allow any of these vaxxed individuals to belittle the righteous path of the vax-free, and the tyranny, mockery, ridicule, and outright emotional and physical abuse we were subjected to for our choice.

We tried to warn these people.

We tried to do the right thing.

Time and again, these same people spat in our faces, and yet we still tried to help them.

Sometimes you cannot tell people the truth.

Sometimes you have to show them.

u/#q4908

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CherokeePede 57 points ago +57 / -0

This. Those were the first 2 words that stuck out to me too.

How about "If you were snart enough not to take it" or"If you put your faith in God and not modern medicine".

I and no one else "obstained" we refused. Cause we KNEW what it was and didnt fall for the FEAR propoganda.

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rooftoptendie 60 points ago +60 / -0

He says "some of us were fooled", and I was thinking 'well exactly, that makes you a fool.'

These are the same TOTAL EFFING WHINERS who wanted sympathy for old people who might catch the coof and so blamed us for not "helping" by taking a vax shot. All they fucking do is whine and try to evade responsibility for the shit that happens to them.

If this entire diatribe had a nice "IM SORRY" in there anywhere, it'd be a lot easier to agree with. But I see no contrition in it whatsoever. So fuck you and fuck you some more. I'm not about to forget how I was treated - and am still treated - for refusing the shot.

This person should be THANKING US for preserving humanity through our faith and strength. They should be ASKING US for grace and forgiveness for having been idiots and assholes. But they don't. They just want more and more and more understanding and pity and grace for themselves without giving any back to others.

SAY YOURE SORRY, ASS HOLE

then maybe we can talk.

But no, I'm still being called names and denigrated. Now we're smug, evil, obstinate, shameful, and just lucky. How bout fuck you fuck you fuck you and fuck you. Apologize, bitches. Admit we were right and we saved humanity through our actions you piece of ingrate shit.

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ILoveIvermectin 20 points ago +20 / -0

This entire article is basically showing WHY these people took the shots in the first place. Life lesson in coming.

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boogersforbrains 13 points ago +13 / -0

Learning that YOU and ONLY YOU are responsible for YOU and everything that happens to you ... is one HELLUVA lesson the later you learn it.

I'm not saying everything that happens to you is your fault. I'm saying everything that happens to you is your RESPONSIBILITY and if you didn't do due diligence or discount information because "you didn't know better" ... that's exactly what not taking responsibility looks like.

Only AFTER you accept responsibility do you gain the true ability to tell what's your fault and what's not.

If you don't take responsibility or try to shovel responsibility away by arguing what the word means ... you'll live in waters muddied by the fault of others in an eternity of hell.

To live that way is truly hell on Earth and I genuinely feel bad for them. I know I used to be there. But they MUST wake up and grab their lives if they care to live them.

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Survey_girl 3 points ago +3 / -0

No refunds...

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NCSWIC17 14 points ago +14 / -0

Well gawd damn tendie! Couldn't have said it any better!

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AllowMeToExplain 9 points ago +9 / -0

Amen to that. If you couldn’t tell by the time jabs even rolled out that it was entirely unnecessary from the standpoint of dealing with the disease, you weren’t paying attention. I knew this shit was a hoax after 2 weeks didn’t ever end. The moment we got to week 3, we were being had.

Whenever a massive psyop is required to persuade or coerce you into doing something, I have never found an example where that turned out well. It is always a disaster.

I never got directly shamed or derided for not getting the jab. Generally around here, strangers don’t have the nuts to spout off at the mouth and it isn’t something that typically comes up in conversations with strangers. Everyone else knows better than to try that on me. Regardless of what they might think, they’d never say it to my face because they know the precision verbal takedown that comes next. I still don’t sympathize with these people. The info was available to anyone looking.

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369Q 5 points ago +6 / -1

I all we can do is forgive and hope they learn down the line. A lot of people won’t untill they understand the scope of this.

Yes, they are ignorant sheep who have put their life’s in other peoples hands completely.

Idiots are the most dangerous thing. But one can still show compassion. We are dependent on unity.

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MichaelConservative 6 points ago +6 / -0

This is an interesting take, here’s why: over compassion is not good just like under compassion is not good. It really is a fine line.

Jesus was compassionate, in that as God, he came to save those who are effectively his enemies, he then offers grace, and God alone is strong enough to remove the scales from our eyes.

Jesus speaks harshly and more about hell than anyone else in the Bible. He calls the Pharisees things like “you brood of vipers” and condemned them publicly quite frequently, then at Jacobs well, which was built 4,000 years ago and is still in use today, he treats a Samaritan women kindly, though she was an outward sinner, as well as eating with tax collectors and such.

David Wood is a really good YouTube-er to watch to understand this fine line. We must be harsh yet compassionate, as I said before, it’s a fine line to walk. May God give us grace to know what to say at just the right time.

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369Q 4 points ago +4 / -0

He is right and i don’t excuse their behavior, but to move forward we must take down the evil and that can only happen effectively when the anger is turned on the source .

It’s your souls advancement

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369Q 2 points ago +2 / -0

Q siad ”the choice to know is yours”

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The choice to ascend is yours. Ascension is truth. Understanding of reality, and by explaining it in detail to someone robs the person from the insight in how to come to these conclusions.

How do you get your view that is inside the box, to have a outside view of the box and see whats outside.

People put limitations on themselves beacuse of programming. They don’t hunt the truth. Some things are meant to be found, not served.

Some people are ready, others are not.

If you chose to live in a lie about reality and facts you are basically living the LARP.

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onetimeuser 12 points ago +12 / -0

You can speak in their language. The fault was in not believing in the true practice of science but in the worship of scien-tism

Better yet: play stupid games, win stupid prizes

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yeldarb1983 12 points ago +12 / -0

I figured it was probably fine at first, maybe i'd get it in a year or so, but as I've said all along, "I'm not an early adopter for a reason."

This is why I tend to wait when something new comes out. There's always risks, there's always bugs, and there's always unforeseen consequences.

then the mandates started, and I dug in my heels.

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Captainzoomer 7 points ago +7 / -0

Then the "incentives" started showing up, i.e. beer, donuts, joints, etc. and I dug my heels in even further. The more they pushed, the worse the vax sounded. I can sense bait nowadays.

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yeldarb1983 4 points ago +4 / -0

years on 4chan will do that, i'd imagine...lol

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DagnyDocket 44 points ago +44 / -0

Ty for articulating this. I was not lucky or obstinate. I sweat bullets for months prepared to defend my faith and choice, potentially at the cost of my family’s livelihood. Others sacrificed family and supposed friendship, too. I wish ill on no one and yearn for personal accountability for all. Will to change has personal accountability as a pre-requisite.

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rooftoptendie 19 points ago +20 / -1

not only that, lots of us GOT rona, and did everything in our power to fight it naturally. I know a few people who it nearly killed, but they were brave and had faith and integrity and they survived, despite MASSIVE pressure from everyone including the hospital staff to just cave in and get the shot, just cave in and take the remdesivir, just cave in and go on the vent.

That's not "luckiness" or "obstinance" either. It's pure faith.

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Politiskep3 6 points ago +7 / -1

raises hand That was me! I nearly died but fought through it. :D

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eyerighteye 1 point ago +1 / -0

Chlorine dioxide saved my friend's life. Not a doubt in my mind, that stuff is a miracle.

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ILoveIvermectin 14 points ago +14 / -0

Bingo.

No tears felt. These folks were nasty and calling for our deaths.

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Orangetastic 12 points ago +12 / -0

I'm trying to be empathetic, but I quit not one but two jobs over the jab. It ended up being one great decision and one neutral decision but they weren't easy decisions.

I agree with others here that a little humility on their side and an apology would go a long way towards awakening my compassion for these fools - most of whom blamed, shamed, threatened and belittled us for the better part of two years.

Now that they realize that we were right all along and they're probably going to need our help to survive (assuming it's even possible), somehow we're the ones who are supposed to obsess over their feelz?

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PepeSee 2 points ago +2 / -0

No shit, I was dodging all the stupid vax stuff at work and was looking for new job when the federal contractor mandate got lifted (I still left the place for multiple reasons of course)(one reason was in fact that they sat on their hands for like a week after the lift trying to decide what to do instead of just saying "ok it's canceled"). I was and still am prepared to go homeless or whatever else it may take if anything like this is ever forced.

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ashlanddog 14 points ago +15 / -1

..."you get what you go shopping for boy"....

...Grandpa Dog....

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ashlanddog 10 points ago +10 / -0

..."dyin' ain't much of a livin' ".....

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MudPuddlePie 7 points ago +7 / -0

Excellent. T/u.

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Duckhunter1960 70 points ago +70 / -0

"Lucky enough or Obstinate enough". That's where I get off the "feel bad for you" bus. We weren't lucky. We opened our minds, listened and read alternate sources. We spent hours and hours researching, listening, thinking and reading. Meanwhile you threatened us with no food, being exiled, shunned or imprisoned. Damn. What an insult when you are trying to stir up empathy. KMA.

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MariaGoretti0706 40 points ago +40 / -0

“Lucky enough” — there was no luck involved when I chose not to inject myself with an experimental death shot pressured and mandated by demons. I am grateful and feel very lucky, however, that God gave me some clarity and critical thinking in regard to these genocidal maniacs.

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BigMuddyMama 30 points ago +30 / -0

Me too. Lucky?? I dreaded going to work because of being ostracized for not being jabbed. Life sucked for a good 4 months because my husband and I put everything on the line and held our ground against the experimental poison that we had dutifully researched at the threat of losing our livelihoods. This person was probably someone who judged others for not running to the nearest Jabby McJabberson to get the precious vaccine. I do not feel sorry for you. You had every bit as much time to research and make a calculated decision, but instead went with the herd and believed the government and Big P(harm)a. This diatribe is just another way of evading responsibility for their own actions. Sorry, but you had me until you said I was lucky.

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Suckitreddit 14 points ago +14 / -0

Good friends moved out of state to avoid the mandates. Upended their entire lives.

People have lost everything.

We weren’t lucky, we were cynical at first, then Suspicious, then awake. It didn’t come easy. We’ve been screamed at, spit upon, othered as second class citizens.

We’ve seen the ugly side of the mob stirred up w fear and hate and absolutely sure of their superior status. They were all wrong. But I won’t forget the ugliness. This letter confirms the ugliness still exists— the humility, grace, and admitting their folly hasn’t come yet for all.

I won’t laugh, cause that’s not my style. But until I get some real mea culpas... not really caring. Consequences are important for greater wisdom.

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369Q 7 points ago +7 / -0

I can feel empathy beacuse of their ignorance.

But their ego into blame those they shunned is beyond. Instead in focusing her anger towards those who did this to her.

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ThePowerOfPrayer 5 points ago +5 / -0

We opened our minds, listened and read alternate sources.

I get the feeling the writer feels the "lucky" ones were "deplorables" who read alternate sources stating the jab had microchips or was magnetic and their lack of intelligence saved them.

In the same vein, the "obstinate" were fellow liberals who didn't get it because they were "selfish."

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_Canadianon_ 53 points ago +53 / -0

He says shame on us? While for 2 years we were threatened with losing our jobs and livelihoods, treated like shit, kept from entering any restaurants or any events and called crazy murderers for not getting jabbed? They blamed the un jabbed for all the deaths and made everyone hate us. The nerve this guy has to say shame on us??? Shame on us for having a shred of common sense that there was something very different and strange about everything surrounding the vaccines and tried to warn everyone? Shame on us for taking care of our health and trying to get others to take care of their health and take some responsibility for their actions? These people make me so very angry.

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sackofwisdom 33 points ago +33 / -0

I was refused the ability to BUY FOOD at multiple grocery stores for refusing to wear a mask. I will remember that for the rest of my life.

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HonestBobbin 9 points ago +9 / -0

Yep. Walmarts were a store by store manager choice regarding masks.

Our local one refused the BS & simply allowed everyone to shop there so long as we didn't harass each other.

The one 15 minutes south of me with better selection refused to allow anyone in without a mask & I just don't go there anymore.

I can forgive everyone for being fools, though I will not forget which ones I will forever support for the decisions to provide freedom above "security".

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InarosPrime 29 points ago +29 / -0

Everything about the "vaccine" was setting off red flags.

People were passing out on camera within seconds and the talking heads told us to ignore our eyes.
There were rumors of deaths within days following the shot and the talking heads said it was safe.
Those who questioned the need for a vaccine for such a low risk virus were told by the talking heads it was the only way to save the world.
The talking heads ridiculed anyone who pointed out the possibility of proven alternative treatments, like IVM.
The lack of accountability and insulation from liability should have been the biggest red flag. Eventually, the talking heads told us it was approved by the FDA, even though only Comirnaty was.

The signs were there for anyone to see this "vaccine" was not to be trusted.

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Captainzoomer 5 points ago +5 / -0

It seemed a coordinated effort to include "Safe and Effective" in every message about the vax. I'd never seen life saving measures incentivized with junk food either.

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Glooptygloop 36 points ago +36 / -0

I take no pleasure in it whatsoever. Wish I could say the same for the ghouls who ran "sillyantivaxxer" dot com or the Herman Cain awards reddit. I wasn't lucky or obstinant about not getting the shot. I simply did my research and made my choice based on available information and my faith in God.

But it is funny how the same people who laughed at obituaries of the unvaxxed now are begging not to have the same courtesy from us.

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JeremiahKassin 4 points ago +4 / -0

Especially when those obituaries probably didn't involve COVID in the first place. Most of them were just relabeled deaths from other causes, so people were just being mocked for being dumb enough to die during their "pandemic."

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Glooptygloop 4 points ago +4 / -0

Exactly. Imagine your obituary coming up forever attached to a site with people mocking you because you had cancer and happened to die during a 2 year period where it was economically incentivized for the hospital to say it was COVID. 😞

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Space_Monkey 2 points ago +2 / -0

It seems very likely to me, once you realize that there never was a covid virus to begin with and they mainly used phony tests to arbitrarily label people "positive" for a nonexistent disease then if they died for any reason afterward it was counted as a covid-related death.

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McShameful 34 points ago +34 / -0

Maybe don’t call us obstinate in your plea for understanding. Once I got to that point in the article I stopped reading. I’m not going to listen to someone this devoid of humility, after making the worlds dumbest choice, moralize about my need for compassion.

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DontAsk 14 points ago +14 / -0

So then you didn't read this person's rant against pro-life people calling us "smug" and doing nothing for the children? That's when I stopped reading!

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ThePowerOfPrayer 7 points ago +7 / -0

I didn't get that from what I read.

It was more of an attempt at guilt tripping people by making an analogy of how not to treat people you're trying to gain support from.

Ironically, this point apparently went over the writer's head.

I do believe the writer assumes the "deplorables" were lucky because intelligence couldn't have been the reason behind their decision to avoid the jab, and that fellow liberals who refused were selfish and headstrong and it was their obstinance that paid off in the end.

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Space_Monkey 3 points ago +3 / -0

Libs believe that there are no intelligent people outside of government and academia.

"So you think you're smarter than ALL the smartest doctors in the world - they ALL got it wrong but you got it right, huh?"

-My brother's reply when I tried to warn him about the jabs and phony PCR tests.

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Luke_Q-walker 2 points ago +2 / -0

These people openly choose to put so little trust in using their own brains, and they feel the need to let those they deem smarter do all their thinking for them.

But then I wonder, if they don't use their brains, then how are they able to judge who is smart? If they don't trust their own ability to be intelligent, then how can they discern whose intelligence to trust?

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Space_Monkey 2 points ago +2 / -0

Simple. Whoever has capital letters next to their name, wears a labcoat or suit, and is given a public platform to read a scri- err, express their opinions.

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McShameful 1 point ago +1 / -0

I guess I skimmed over that.

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eyerighteye 29 points ago +29 / -0

Make stupid choices, win stupid prizes.

It is what it is.

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rooftoptendie 16 points ago +16 / -0

And this ass hole has the balls after everything we went through to try to TELL me how to feel about them and their vax injuries. Guess what, morons, you don't get to instruct me on how I should feel about you or the shot, because you've already proven you are a fool, by getting the damn shot. Youre not going to tell me what to think or how to feel about anything ever again, dummy.

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PresElectDeezNuts 28 points ago +28 / -0

this is the worst kind of person out there. self important, ice kube karen scolding us.

like eating all the cake and telling us all not to point out that your butt got big.

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sackofwisdom 7 points ago +7 / -0

ice kube karen

KEK

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milab77 27 points ago +27 / -0

People don't understand repentance. They just want to be told how special they are. If you were one of those assholes trying to make everyone take this shit you need to REPENT. If you don't want to repent I am not going to take anything you say seriously. It's obvious. This woman is saying, "I did the wrong thing for the right reason. Those of you who did otherwise are not wise or smart, but simply lucky, or stubborn." She's still riding the death train. She's still nurturing her Stockholm syndrome. She's dying and all she's worried about is "not being right."

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sackofwisdom 16 points ago +16 / -0

It's not luck. There is no excuse for being 50+ years old and still trusting the television and legacy media.

Ignorance is not bliss.

Do your homework or suffer the consequences.

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MariaGoretti0706 24 points ago +24 / -0

Well, for starters, employees of both Pfizer and the WHO are exempt from getting the jab. Doubtful that Bill gates’ driver or any non dispensable staff were inoculated either. It wasn’t too long ago that the vaxxed were bragging and virtue signaling about their shots all the while demonizing us pure bloods. But, no I won’t be mocking the vaxxed injured (even though I really want to).

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hundro 12 points ago +12 / -0

The important people were given the Hollywood needles with spring-loaded tips. Their entourage were likely told not to partake.

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MariaGoretti0706 5 points ago +5 / -0

Exactly!

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HonestBobbin 2 points ago +2 / -0

This is the way.

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Iceman80 24 points ago +24 / -0

What sort of persons inject themselves with experimental drugs because a software developer said it was a good idea?

🥱 bye now.

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rooftoptendie 10 points ago +10 / -0

one of my relatives got the shot because they read A BOOK by one of the vax creators that basically said "vax good".

They're so self-satisfied with their "educated" decision.

Because they read one book about it.

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Themis595 8 points ago +8 / -0

Hey! That software developer is a HGH SCHOOL GRADUATE!

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MissMagaMillenial 11 points ago +11 / -0

A software developer who did a Ted talk years ago about the need to depopulate the earth 😂 how much more clear can it get?

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ILoveIvermectin 5 points ago +5 / -0

That’s a conspiracy theory.

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TakeItBack 5 points ago +5 / -0

and I'm sure it's somehow rayciiiiissssssssssssssss

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rooftoptendie 4 points ago +4 / -0

DEBOOOOOOOOOOOOOONKED!!!

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PepeSee 2 points ago +2 / -0

He meant mostly peaceful depopulation

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ILoveIvermectin 2 points ago +2 / -0

REEEEEEEE

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ouvrez_les_yeux 24 points ago +24 / -0

Not that this particular person doesn't have my sympathy, but I remember people bragging, BRAGGING about being in the first group to get the shots, because they were such a high priority, like they were more important than the rest of us. I'm sure that's not the case for everyone, including this person, but between that and the glut of people wishing ill on the unvaccinated, my heart has been pretty much hardened, sadly.

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Glooptygloop 7 points ago +7 / -0

And bragging how their KIDS got the vax. 😞

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ILoveIvermectin 3 points ago +3 / -0

I infants

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redmilkvan 21 points ago +21 / -0

Pleasure? We do not take pleasure in their suffering. We are fucking livid at their stupidity. We gave warnings. For decades. I have been warning people about vaccines and pharma since 1976. I took my last pharmaceutical in 1996. Not even an Aspirin or Tylenol since then. They mocked us. We lost friends and family trying to warn them. What did they want? We can not change their minds for them. All we could do is get them to look at information. They refused. And laughed. I wonder how many people in her life she vilified as a "Conspiracy Theorist"? And how many "Conspiracy Theories" she still refuses to see.

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swimkin 20 points ago +20 / -0

I feel badly that you made the wrong choice. So did most of my relatives. They pleaded with me to get the jab. But I didn't. I made my choice and they made theirs. For now none of them seem the worst for wear. They all got COVID in spite of their jabs, but so did I but my Ivermectin took care of it. My worst fear is my only daughter will have something happen to her.

I will not celebrate anyone's physical problems due to the jabs. Many of them were indoctrinated to take them.

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Fatality 20 points ago +20 / -0

I understand where she's coming from, but she really needs to target her ire at the people saying 'get vaxxed' still. They're still out there. The people who didn't follow the crowd to take this shot were villified, and they wanted us to be without a job, a second class citizen. We had to watch as the world followed the mass psychosis, and the mass psychosis called us conspiracy theorists, when we could see from day 1 what was going on. Sorry lady, you're going to have to start calling out the 'get vaxxed' people, we're the helpful ones, not them.

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dirtypaperplate 19 points ago +19 / -0

Boo hoo.

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dbsupernova 18 points ago +18 / -0

Considering the immense amount of pressure to get vaccinated, not to mention those whose jobs were threatened or lost, I would say the unvaccinated have the right to feel a little smug about it.

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MilitaryJustice 18 points ago +19 / -1

I am not mocking anyone. Us unvaxxed suffered too. We were called stupid and selfish for not taking the jab. I was ridiculed and hassled constantly for 2 years for not wearing a mask (still am today). I was denied medical services from 5 different doctors because I wouldn't wear a mask. My country (Canada) still restricts our travel internationally because we are not vaxxed.

You had access to the same information as we did but you chose to trust your government, Big Pharma and their MSM co-conspirators instead of thinking for yourself by asking:

  • Why do I need a vaccine for a "virus" that kills less than .05% of people?
  • What's in the vax?
  • What was the result of animal testing?
  • What was the result of long term human testing
  • What are the potential adverse events associated with this jab?
  • Who is profiting from the vax and have they ever paid fines regarding their products?

I feel very sorry for the vaxxed - many were duped by some very evil and greedy people.

Jesus Christ will preside over the final judgement of everyone. He will send the wicked to the lake of fire for eternity. I always encourage people to accept Jesus before it is too late. Don't miss that boat too. God bless.

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sackofwisdom -2 points ago +4 / -6

Had you up until the last bit about Jesus sending people to burn for eternity.

Your image of a God who holds a gun up to someone's head and says "You better accept my free fucking gift or I'm going to torture you for thousands of years!" is sick and disturbing.

You had access to the same information as we did but you chose to trust your government

You need to start doing the same and go read spiritual texts outside of your bubble. You also have NO EXCUSE for being lazy about this.

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MilitaryJustice 3 points ago +5 / -2

Eternity is a lot more than thousands of years. Another downvote from a potty-mouthed atheist - accepted with pride. The Bible gives me all I need. God bless you though.

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sackofwisdom 0 points ago +5 / -5

Eternity is a lot more than thousands of years.

Yeah, which makes your beliefs even more evil.

I'm not an atheist by the way. Just because someone doesn't believe in your horrible God doesn't make them an atheist.

Good bless you though

Yeah, what a thinly veiled way to say "fuck you".

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callmedesdinova -1 points ago +1 / -2

Burn, baby burn!

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TCPatriot 18 points ago +18 / -0

First I questioned, then I suggested that they research, next I alerted as to what my research uncovered.

I was treated with condescension, mockery and contempt.

My own parents and many other loved ones chose against my well-informed advice and took the poison.

I have come to the acceptance phase with my family; so this clown can kick rocks.

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spicyfries 18 points ago +18 / -0

Fuck that shit! It’s not like we didn’t warn you. And you wanted us and our children vaxxed against our will with guns if necessary!!!!

Just think of it as an IQ test… and you failed it you piece of shit!

NO REFUNDS!!!

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BeatButStillStanding 17 points ago +18 / -1

The people in the super very beginning I feel were legit duped and were just scared for their health and their loved ones. But after that first month or two it was so obvious something was off that if you took it after, you are just dumb. They were the main group going around attacking everyone who didn't want it / have it. They are the people we say you deserve it. When you threaten people and their livelihood you are the evil one so don't be surprised when people say something back. The people who TODAY are still "shaming" people into getting it while they are four shots in still getting COVID are the people who deserve what happens. Those who push it on people knowing what it really is but don't have it themselves are the ones the public needs to see exposed and executed for mass murder.

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DrFatsides 5 points ago +7 / -2

Agree. For career fields where forced vaccinations are just a part of the job many people rolled up their sleeves for the shot because they had taken so many before. The early folks had the least information to work with. I don't judge them. Parents who had to get the shots because they had no savings or support structure and had to choose between a roof over their head or living on the streets...I don't judge them because they needed to make that sacrifice for their children. Better for a middle aged father or mother to have their fertility screwed than their children.

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sackofwisdom 5 points ago +5 / -0

between a roof over their head or living on the streets

Such a lame excuse. The is fucking AMERICA. It is not difficult to find SOMETHING to keep you off the street, even if your new living situation is humbling.

People traded their souls for comfort.

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Zappo 17 points ago +17 / -0

While I do feel bad for this person, they have no standing or right to demand anything from the ones that refused to take poison. Makes me wonder if this person was one of the people calling for the imprisonment of and forced vaccination of us. It really doesn't matter. They chose their path, no matter how loudly we tried to warn them. There is a lot of anger in those words but until that person accepts responsibility for his/her actions, no one will be able to help them.

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frazzledrip 17 points ago +17 / -0

yea... fuck these people.

How did we all get categorized because we were SMART enough to not take it?

That takes an awful set of balls to ask for compassion and understanding when THEY couldn't even listen to what we had to say.

So after all the time of these assholes condemning us, trying to literally have us thrown in jail,etc, NOW these no think retards want US to show compassion to THEM? Hypocrite much??

Yes sir, fuck these people.

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672mack 16 points ago +16 / -0

We are in this predicament now, because too many folks go along to get along. I've stood my ground on this, and other things over the years, and I'm not very popular with a lot of people, over my tenacity. But I will not apologize for being a Bullhead. ( And, there's already been some "I told you so's".)

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Themis595 16 points ago +16 / -0

Vaccines take many years to develop, and many years to test. That’s very obvious, and needs no research. It’s not some hidden, obscure fact. Yet they had the vaccine ready to roll. Why didn’t this Alaskan elder say “hey wait a minute!” Did I pay attention to and question these twisted circumstances because I’m “obstinate” or “lucky”? No. The facts are plain as day. Don’t “elders” possess the wisdom of experience? I guess not in this case. This elder should examine why he or she was “fooled” and “coerced” when so many weren’t. That would take self examination and self awareness, which this person seems intent on avoiding. Instead, it’s easier to point the finger, say mean things, and cry boo hoo.

“Sitting on the sidelines telling the rest of us that we’re stupid or deserve what we get is just another form of evil.” Hey elder! That’s exactly what all you jabbed did to us purebloods! I don’t see any mea culpa in your editorial!

I don’t wish ill on anyone lacking the ability to think critically. It’s very sad. In the case of covid, it’s deadly.

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SneakyWino 17 points ago +17 / -0

I thought the same thing. I was shamed, excluded, looked down upon for refusing the death jab. There were people rooting for our demise because we would not comply. I have some empathy but I won't forget the pressure campaigns.

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Fikkan 16 points ago +16 / -0

TL;DR version:

I made the choice. Don't blame me. Not my fault.

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DontAsk 18 points ago +18 / -0

Don't forget this person's swipe at pro-life people!

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Analophigus 3 points ago +3 / -0

Yeah thats where I have the biggest “fuck you fuck off and die” feels.

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ThePowerOfPrayer 3 points ago +3 / -0

I read that as more of a guilt trip than a swipe, but definitely believe the writer is likely anti-life.

In other words, you wouldn't act morally superior to a pregnant woman contemplating an abortion to convince her to choose your side of the argument, so why treat me that way?

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dumb_okie 15 points ago +15 / -0

We are not lucky, we are blessed with the Virtue and Fortitude to cut our own path and find our own truths. Not everyone has eyes that can see. Every person has their own strengths and weakness,
Remember the sheeple have been being dumbed down for our entire lives by our own Government who at the same time vows our protection. Our job does not end when we take Our Country back. It just begins, and its a Generational job.

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ChessNotCheckers 15 points ago +16 / -1

Many (most?) were tricked into it by those that they should have been able to trust. I am trying to confine my disdain to those that called me an idiot for not taking it. My wife and I were talking about it yesterday, we have not had a single moment where we wished we had taken it, or had any second thoughts.

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rooftoptendie 6 points ago +6 / -0

this. I know some vaxxers who were very respectful of my choice. And those people, no matter what happens to them, will get support from me on some level and I'm not mad at them. Dissappointed, yes, but not mad. The people I'm angry with are the ones who were so rude and mean over my choice.

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eyerighteye 3 points ago +3 / -0

Want to know the one that really bugs me? A friend, who was well informed and adequatly warned, who had decided not to do it ended up getting it because her mom bribed her with $500 cash.

She held out for a grand to get the second shot. And then got that one as well.

And just like that, we couldn't be friends anymore. Done. Zero respect left. I can hang out with all kinds of people I can barely stand, but if I can't respect anything about you I got no use for the friendship. Ain't nobody got time for people like that.

I'm done feeling sorry for the stupid and greedy. The ignorant can only play that card so many times before it's sympathy value is all used up.

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rooftoptendie 2 points ago +2 / -0

I like to say that everyone can be appreciated at the right distance.

So some people are great a few times a month, but any less than that and you miss them, any more than that and you get annoyed. Some people get so close that you can't appreciate them anymore. And when that happens its best to create as much space as you need to feel good about them again.

Take Epstein. He also can be appreciated at the proper distance, it's just that that distance is like jettisoned a thousand lightyears into deep space.

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eyerighteye 2 points ago +2 / -0

Thousand light-years away he can still do evil.

Yeet that fucker into the sun.

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TNBanjoMan 14 points ago +14 / -0

I'm unvaxxed, but don't discuss it with others. I just feel sad for those who fell for the hype. I have had to accept that many people I know may not make it beyond this decade.

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sackofwisdom 6 points ago +6 / -0

Be brave my dude. The more people who confront this evil and talk about it, the sooner we can get through it.

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Wtf_socialismreally 13 points ago +13 / -0

There are a few types of vaxxed, but there are two in particular:

A: There are those who got vaccinated who believe in vaccines for one reason or another and were either compelled to or got it because they were scared, but believe vaccination should be a choice, should NOT be mandated and should not be required for any reason, and absolutely should not be given to kids because there is no reason to, as they remember the days when you would subject your kids to various viruses when they were still young to help boost their immunities.

B: Then there are the retarded vaxxed who share a lot of similarities, except they believe you should be forced to take it, believe you are protecting them if they don't, get sick repeatedly and blame it on everyone else, and think you're a racist evil sexist bigot who deserves to be killed if you don't get it, as well as injecting it into 6 month old children.

Column A deserves to be treated fairly and with empathy; they didn't hurt anyone, and they believe in our rights to choose whatever we feel we need to do.

Column B deserves endless ridicule, negative respect in all facets and zero empathy.

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VetforTrump 12 points ago +12 / -0

I don't take pleasure in their sickness,I take pleasure in my God given health and the good sense God gave me not to buy into the fear.

How aboutr them not being jealous of the pureloods.

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Kaizen 11 points ago +11 / -0

Thank you this is a good reminder. I’ve been guilty with having resentment to humanity, and I actually still do. I need to make sure I don’t become this person and although the name calling is from frustration, I need to be reminded that these people will need us.

I am still grieving from nearly losing everything from this, and the only thing I am guilty of is warning everyone. Instead I lost my relationship, my house, and a disconnected relationship with the rest of my family. Everyone, and I mean every fucking one of my family members took this. Any “friends” I thought I had made me look crazy for warning others.

I am angry and disappointed at the world that this was allowed to happen. And even now, in prison island, these “leaders” are still pushing it. I cannot wait to see these people test gravity while they have a new piece of clothing made out of rope, around their neck.

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Kaizen 3 points ago +3 / -0

Will do fren. Thank you. Staying strong.

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Themessenger777 5 points ago +5 / -0

I know your pain fren....many here do.

I once asked a very dear friend why she thought God had given me such a hard road in life. She looked at me without missing a beat and said " Because you're one of His best drivers"..

So are you fren and many others here.

Blessings...

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Kaizen 3 points ago +3 / -0

Thank you very much. We can do this my fren.

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VetforTrump 2 points ago +2 / -0

I beleive our entire population is going through a grieving process

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AngelCole 10 points ago +10 / -0

I personally don't take pleasure in their suffering. We tried to warn people but they wouldn't listen. They were their own worst enemy, unfortunately for them.

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worldowedexplanation 10 points ago +10 / -0

These people survived all of 2020 while “Covid” was at its peak, yet January 2021 they decided to take an experimental vaccine for a super scary virus that hadn’t killed them in the course of a year. I am all out of sympathy.

It’s like they forgot 2020 existed.

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xchainlinkx 10 points ago +10 / -0

Those foolish enough to take the vaccine deserve no sympathy from me.

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rooftoptendie 7 points ago +7 / -0

I have sympathy for them the way I have sympathy for down syndrome people. They can't help their stupidity. But they CAN help their meanness and hypocrisy. If someone with downs syndrome is nice and faithful and not a bully, then there is sympathy. But if they have downs syndrome and are also a piece of shit with a bad attitude and a mean streak, who can't admit to themselves that they're handicapped, then I got no sympathy.

Same thing for vaxxers to me. You can't help being stupid, but you don't have to be a piece of shit jerk to other people.

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xchainlinkx 2 points ago +2 / -0

Idiocy isn't a disease that can't be cured. It's a choice.

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rooftoptendie 4 points ago +4 / -0

low intelligence is NOT a choice. Being a POS is though.

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PepeSee 2 points ago +2 / -0

Hang on, you're talking two different things here. xcx there didn't mean the Down's people are the idiots in question.

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rooftoptendie 3 points ago +3 / -0

no, im saying the idiots in question can't be fully responsible for their idiocy any more than someone with downs can be fully responsible for their downs. I'm the one who equated them. And then he's saying "idiocy is a choice". And I'm saying no it's not.

If you think your intelligence level is a choice, then come back again when you've raised your own IQ to 180+. Is what i'm saying. dumb people can't help being dumb. So I don't think it's anything they should take all the blame for.

But being a dick is something unrelated to intelligence. And it's the "being a dick" part that was the big problem for me with the Vax Social Experiment. Anyone who peer pressured us, gave us dirty looks, told us what to do, refused our business, our phone calls, held their love or their family's love hostage to coerce people into getting it (ie I won't let you see your grandkids til you get the shot, or you can't come to the wedding unless you get the shot), tried to get us fired, or tried to hurt us, people who wished us dead.... that's not stupidity. That's dickishness.

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PepeSee 2 points ago +2 / -0

And then he's saying "idiocy is a choice". And I'm saying no it's not.

And I'm saying he's not saying that in the sense you are arguing about.

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rooftoptendie 1 point ago +1 / -0

...so then... okay wait...

uhhh....

well whatever.

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Ogcarvattack 9 points ago +9 / -0

I can empathize. But i can also suggest that this is the very mindset that got people fired from their life long careers, lost businesses and h gotten shunned from society.

We tried every way possible to warn people of not just the shot but the people involved in the program.

Its not too late. There is a silver lining to this persons suffering. Be a beacon to warn others. Speak out! Find Jesus, your only true priority in life is to find Jesus repent and rejoice in the good news that he died and rose again for all of us. We are all sinners, we all miss the mark.

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MammasAlwaysRIGHT 9 points ago +9 / -0

Is it wrong that I don’t feel empathy for them anymore?

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OkieBowhunter 15 points ago +15 / -0

They wanted us to forfeit our rights for their perceived safety. It's difficult to go back and recall all the hardships and proceed forward in forgiveness... Virtuous but extremely difficult.

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rooftoptendie 8 points ago +8 / -0

maybe.

I feel SOME empathy. But that doesn't mean I'm going to bake them a cake and fawn over them. You can feel some empathy without being a pushover. Doesn't have to be all or nothing.

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Gmlogmd1776 9 points ago +9 / -0

I am struggling here. As a Christian I want to have empathy, but like many have stated it was their choice. All we wanted was our freedom to choose. Many pushed too far. As health conditions worsen I pray this community can move beyond the actions over the last two years and show love and compassion. We are all going to need it and unfortunately things are going to get worse before they get better.

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ObamaSucks 2 points ago +2 / -0

Thank you for this. I’m with all of you here. Many ppl have been king sized jerks. Reading like hell, hive mind crowd sourcing with anons , and an intense distrust of media and Obama/ Biden did it for me. Frontline docs and Trump helped by mentioning HCQ. It also helped that I’m not much of follower..... For me, in spite of having been chastised, dirty looks , and getting into wicked arguments over masks and alternative meds.....I believe empathy is the right thing. Maybe it won’t be right away for some, maybe never for others ...... remember there is another enormous part to this most of us know about.......we may be needed in the future to help others understand........ Try to find a way to rise above....You don’t have to forget.....and there are some ppl that need to legit pay for killing others and misleading the masses. We all know their names. ......

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Fubardian 8 points ago +8 / -0

I try not to make fun of these people, except people who convinced others to get them. They hurt others, not just themselves. Also I love how we should help them for there life choices. I am not saying I wont, but they tried to deprive us if life, and want us to give up more for them.

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Pede_de_pie 9 points ago +9 / -0

Agreed. I don’t remember any of them standing up for us when we lost our jobs or were ostracized by our communities. I don’t take pleasure in watching people suffer, but it’s really hypocritical for them to act like victims now when they push for tyranny on all of us.

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Fubardian 2 points ago +2 / -0

Yep, and don't get me wrong I will do what is reasonable to help my fellow man, but if they don't think I wont' call them out they have another thing coming. They need to admit it so they don't do it again.

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NordicRonin 8 points ago +8 / -0

That last paragraph is a good foretelling though. What will the “peasants” that serve these global master do when confronted with the facts that their masters essentially gave them a long term poison? What acts will they do to exact justice? Time will tell…

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DieHeretic 8 points ago +9 / -1

I guess all of the smugness was knocked right the fuck out of him by covid and the vax reaction.

Sucks to be you dude, you ALLOWED fear to take over your life and stopped thinking for yourself.

You've been sucking at the government teat your entire life like most indigenous in Alaska and weren't about to do anything that might stop that gravy train from stopping at your front door, so you took the jab.

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jfunction 4 points ago +4 / -0

Natural selection continues its implacable selecting of those less fit for survival - for whatever reason.

The reason may be subtlle and complex but somehow it is there and nature will find it in the broad. The winnowing will not be perfect. Some wheat will be taken with the chaff. But by and large nature will come for those who failed to see danger and who allowed themselves to be deceived, whatever their reasons.

Nature is surprisingly unsympathetic.

"But no one warned us!"

That is exactly the point.

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rupickman 8 points ago +8 / -0

I take no pleasure in the misfortune of others. There is no point in that, it in uncompassionate.

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quai24 6 points ago +6 / -0

It all comes down to how the person treated me when they learned that I chose not to take the jab. If they were respectful to me, I will be respectful and helpful to them.

If they ridiculed me, insulted me, tried to shame me, etc. I will be returning "told ya"s seventeen-fold.

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rupickman 1 point ago +1 / -0

Fair enough.

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rooftoptendie 5 points ago +5 / -0

justice is not something that's carried out for the sake of pleasure. My acquaintances and loved ones that made my life hell over this, they won't be getting blind compassion, they'll be getting FAIRNESS.

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rupickman 1 point ago +1 / -0

Fair enough. I received no disrespect for my decision.

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Daniel152 8 points ago +8 / -0

While I hope this writer does not suffer, his passive aggressive attitude leaves me with less sympathy for him or her. He throws out that we were lucky or obstinate. Screw that. We stood up for our rights and his rights as well but somehow he thinks he’s the virtuous one and we are now spiking the football. Fubar buddy.

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fastwalker 5 points ago +5 / -0

Not my problem.

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sackofwisdom 4 points ago +4 / -0

It is our problem. Just like how looking the other way while they all partook in mask theater gave the baddies more power.

We need to double down on shaming and judging the dipshits who continue to capitulate out of fear. If we don't, more problems will come our way.

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74nooffub 1 point ago +1 / -0

Thanks for piping up.

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Pbman2 5 points ago +7 / -2

People like this were tricked into it,and have my deepest sympathy. I'm very glad I was here when the shots rolled out,we didn't know they were this bad at the time. I refused to take it,because of what I read here about how babies were born alive,and then murdered to collect the fetal cells.

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morethanaconquerer2 7 points ago +7 / -0

Bullshit. There have been anti-vaxers for decades.

Everyone was warned, and the information was rejected. There are no excuses, and judgment fell on the ones who complied.

I have a brother in law that mocked me when I warned him. Now he, his wife, and their two children are perpetually sick. One was born with a rare disease that will likely take his life before age 15... if other side effects don't kill him first.

His wife took the jab 7 months pregnant, and their 6-year-old was vaxxed as soon as it was available.

They harmed children because of arrogance.

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morethanaconquerer2 4 points ago +4 / -0

I never get mad at children and generally extend that to age 21. I get very angry about what adults do to children. It sickens and infuriates me at my core.

I have 5 kids myself. Not one is vaxed.

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Pbman2 1 point ago +2 / -1

Word didn't get out to the mainstream of people,doesn't matter how long their have been anti vaxers. For at least a 15 year period I didn't use the internet other than to pay a few bills and such,didn't have a smartphone and watched zero news as I knew it was all bullshit. Unless you walked up and told me about it,I would not have known. I imagine people in remote Alaskan villages are probably the same. Out enjoying life hunting and fishing an such.

I also didn't take vaxines much as I don't get sick,I saw no point to it.

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morethanaconquerer2 1 point ago +3 / -2

For at least a 15 year period I didn't use the internet other than to pay a few bills and such,didn't have a smartphone and watched zero news as I knew it was all bullshit.

Then that's on you.

You had access to a world of information. That's my fault how?

Next, it was not just online, it was on the news, MSM! Need clips?

Did ya miss that too? Yes, willfully!

Willful Ignorance and apathy have ruined our country.

Relevant: https://greatawakening.win/p/15IrYwOEjs/an-anon-with-extremely-wise-word/c/

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Pbman2 3 points ago +4 / -1

I didn't say it was your fault,you seem to have a problem not me.

In my opinion people today have to much info and can't or won't process it. Or don't have time. No doubt it's also not an accident either.

Both of us got lucky in different ways,other didn't.

But I have sympathy for people in remote Alaskan villiges,who were to busy living life to notice that globalhomo,wanted to kill them. I've been to these villages,you can't even reach them by car.

Have you done the same?

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morethanaconquerer2 1 point ago +2 / -1

It had nothing to do with luck, it's basic pattern recognition. Everyone has it.

I didn't say it was your fault,you seem to have a problem not me.

I have a problem with the lies of "we didn't know" when I know everyone knew and rejected truth for a narrative in some form, including willful ignorance and apathy.

You don't think the phrase "antivaxer" was a term of endearment, now do ya?

I am a watchman.

I don't have to like you and don't have to put up with this extra BS from you. All I have to do is warn the sheeple.

You have no clue the damage we took from sheeple like you while trying to save humanity only to be spat on, ostracized from society, and much more, then you want to come up with lame excuses?

That's adding insult to injury.

You reap what you sow. The sad part is the simple such as yourself are sharing what you've reaped. I also suffer from what's going on because of your willful ignorance and apathy.

So yes, I do have an issue with clowns like you. You are the poster child for hypocritical clowns.

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Pbman2 1 point ago +2 / -1

What are you saying then,you don't want my help? Good luck trying to win by yourself.

I alone at my company stood strong against the vax,their were about 10 of us,and all of them caved in and took it...... the biggest shit talkers caved in first it seamed.

In any event people in remote Alaskan villages,don't care for lower 48 society they hold it in contemt/ or indifference and I don't blame them. And I don't blame them for being tricked by globalhomo.

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morethanaconquerer2 1 point ago +1 / -0

But I have sympathy for people in remote Alaskan villiges,who were to busy living life to notice that globalhomo,wanted to kill them. I've been to these villages,you can't even reach them by car. Have you done the same?

Yeah, I've left my footprints on every continent in the world, some places would make what's in Alaska look like living in mansions.

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morethanaconquerer2 0 points ago +2 / -2

What are you saying then,you don't want my help?

No, I don't want any help, that's why I've been warning folks for over 35 years. I was hoping nobody would listen.

How retarded does your question sound now?

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sackofwisdom 3 points ago +3 / -0

And books against vaccines have been written since the 1800s.

Books about the Satanic NWO eugenicists for just as long.

No excuse for refusing to look into the true nature of reality.

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Red_Pill_Pusher_Man 5 points ago +5 / -0

I don't know the author so maybe this is a sincere and heartfelt posting. On the other hand, as an unvaxxed person, wanting to get the vaxxed to admit their mistake and blame the shots for their current ailments, a posting like the above would get more of them to speak out about their vax-related health problems. I see this as a huge red pill for the vaxxed. I actually want to hear/see these pleas from the vaxxed.

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ChazzleDazzle 4 points ago +4 / -0

The thing is if the unvaccinated were dying they'd be celebrating it. That being said I don't like to repay evil with evil

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onetimeuser 2 points ago +2 / -0

they have been. finally decided to pay the hca reddit a visit.... it's despicable.

would've been a good look for them to share some studies or data to support & justify their reasons as to why this stuff is ok to inject, but no. 90%+ just poorly done memes, or mocking people who publicly say wrongspeak on twitter, or who show remorse or suffer for having the Disease

and by poorly done memes, they're all basically self-reinforcing the conditioning. effective memes are revealling not conditioning

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user2827 3 points ago +3 / -0

I don't know about others, but I don't mock those that took the vax, I even hesitate to discuss the topic with those that I know have...

The exception are those that pushed others. There is an element of they got the karma.

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lamdog220 3 points ago +3 / -0

I remember the laughter when I said it’s all a hoax. They won’t understand they are stuck in the old timeline. The new timeline belongs to the pure blood. We can get through the deception. The probability of the weak ones won’t survive is completely logical.

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KathrynMarie 2 points ago +2 / -0

Personally, I do not take pleasure at any of the injuries, suffering or death of the 'fooled'. But, I am guessing most of us pure bloods, are taking pleasure that the truth and proof of the death hoax is coming to light. All we want is for everyone to wake up. And, yes, we couldn't tell them, they had to be shown and/or experience things for themselves.