A Grandparent’s Dilemma

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  • Tue, Aug 31, 2021 - 08:19pm

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    squashdoc

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I just received some devastating news an hour ago. My 9 year granddaughter couldn’t wait to share the big secret that her 11 year brother is going to be vaccinated tomorrow, the very first eligible day in this pathetic province of Ontario.

Obviously we are not in a position of authority to stop this crime . Our son is a very stubborn individual and views our position on Covid and vaccines as idiocy. He is blinded by the lies and propaganda of the MSM and like so many others has been swept away by the mass psychosis that Chris has so accurately mapped out.

My wife and I have very fought valiantly to educate ourselves and prepare our mind and body to face this awful virus that was cooked up in a lab. We were beginning to think that maybe better days were on the horizon. I am a 69 year man with tears in his eyes and a knife in his heart.

I’m sure there are many grandparents in a similar situation and I now fully understand your grief and rage.  Perhaps you can offer some advice and how to navigate these treacherous waters.

 

  • Tue, Aug 31, 2021 - 10:37pm

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That is so sad. I can only hope that the boy won’t be permanently damaged. What lunacy abounds!

  • Wed, Sep 01, 2021 - 12:03am

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We’re on the same page doc.

My nightmare is when my beautiful daughter-in-law discovers that she has killed her children.

What then?  Oblivion.

Perhaps we can console ourselves in the knowledge that we are immortal souls. Watch near-death videos on your favourite video host.

  • Wed, Sep 01, 2021 - 12:42am

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I’m so sorry, it’s truly devastating to think of the possible outcomes. You are right to feel rage. Please don’t give up hope though. My entire family has been vaxxed and I understand what could possibly happen. However, I’ve just recently started looking into pine needle tea and ivermectin as “neutralizers” against the vax. I do hope more people will focus on what we can do to mitigate the effects. My suggestion is to look into anything that might help, and be ready with the information and supplies if/when your family comes to see it was a mistake.

  • Wed, Sep 01, 2021 - 06:53am

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I agree with Readingrainbow, this doesn’t mean the young boy’s life will be ruined. Too many of us assume the vax will end in death, well life ends in death. He may suffer no serious consequence but if he does have health issues at some point then support all of the family as you would if he had not had the shot but was diagnosed with childhood leukaemia or other disease. What’s done is done, for your own mental health try to accept that, even though difficult – else it will eat away at you.

I go out and about and see people who I’m sure are all vaxed getting on with their life, elderly friends including 2 with pacemakers have no difficulties so far. Yes there are high side effects and deaths connected to the vax but many are coping well with it so who knows what the furure holds for any of us?

  • Wed, Sep 01, 2021 - 07:12am

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    Mike from Jersey

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I don’t have any advice but I do have sympathy.

This issue is dividing families. After a telephone call with a relative yesterday, I am seriously considering cancelling a long planned visit. I am afraid that if I go, I will lose my temper and cause a permanent family rift.

I am undecided at this point but have to make a decision soon. I am torn between going and not going. If I go, I’ll have to put up with inane, ill informed chatter about how I should get the vaccine. But, honestly at this point, I would probably blow my top. These issues are just too serious.  It is serious for me since I have a condition that makes me especially prone to problems caused by small blood clots. I could end up permanently disabled. This is no joke for me. And if I hear someone babbling on that CNN says the vaccine is perfectly safe, I just might lose it.

It is also serious on a broader scale. People are dying. Lives are being ruined. I feel as if I have spent too much of my life keeping my tongue in check when I knew better about some ill advised government policy or another ill advised government policy.

I honestly don’t know what to do.

I feel for you.

  • Wed, Sep 01, 2021 - 07:26am

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I wouldnt worry about it, young people have very resilient systems they’ll probably be fine.

  • Wed, Sep 01, 2021 - 08:20am

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I felt the same sadness when I learned from my mom that my sister had her healthy, athletic 13 year old daughter (my niece) vacc’d. I thought WHY?? Doesn’t she know there’s no data on long term side effects? Then I had to remind myself not to catastrophize it or I would drive myself nuts. Things could turn out absolutely fine. People like my sister who only follow the MSM and don’t question things, truly believe they are doing the right thing, on the “good” team, caring about their community etc. It’s not a choice I would have made willingly for my own child with the potential risks still fuzzy.

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