I Don’t Trust the Vaccinated

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  • Thu, Oct 21, 2021 - 12:26am

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    DesertStorm1991

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    I Don’t Trust the Vaccinated

Good evening to everyone,
I was quite hurt that my favorite YouTuber Peak Prosperity author said I don’t trust the vaccinated. I have always considered Chris Martenson a very intelligent and educated man. The data doesn’t say don’t trust a person it says don’t trust the lies of the incompetent medical community not following the data and the drones that follow it blindly.

My job causes me to deal with high level government officials in both the civilian side as well as the Military / FEMA / Homeland Security side. I was being ostracized way back in November / December for not getting the jab. I did some research on which jab would do the least harm and got the Johnson and Johnson. I have been on a massive number of supplements which I will post a picture of to try to work on breaking down any of the effects.

I have many friends that are not vaccinated and have threatened them when they start to talk of giving in to the pressure and getting the jab. I always ask my non vaccinated friends if they want me to wear a mask for their protection not mine. I really don’t like going to anyone’s home if they are not a close close friend.

The long and the short of it is I cannot do anything about getting the J & J jab except supplementing my field with everything possible to fight off the toxic mistake I made. I am not an evil person I love both those that have not been vaccinated and those that have been vaccinated. I would have to say I love my unvaccinated friends a bit more because of the knowledge I have learned from Mr. Martensons platforms and the things I can do to protect them from any asymptomatic particles I might be expelling at any given time.

I DON’T TRUST THE VACCINATED is a divisive statement for a man of knowledge. Why not say I don’t trust those that are drones of the current day medical misinformation (to throw their own verbiage back at them). There are those out there that need your data driven knowledge. I must admit I was half tempted to drop the pay account after hearing the at statement. It is of no matter to me who you do or don’t want in your house that is your choice as it should be.
This Untrusted Vaccinated person is going to hang on and see if you decide you want to help bring knowledge to both the Vaccinated and the Unvaccinated. (Side note no I am not getting any other jabs no matter the threats)

I truly wish you the best health and prosperity for you and you better half. (Besides the pictured supplements C60 and PQQ)

 

Supplements

Penned,

Your untrusted vaccinated friend in spirit

 

 

 

  • Thu, Oct 21, 2021 - 05:11am

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    tgb

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You are so thoughtful. I can’t imagine what I would do in your shoes. Here’s to hoping that we can all strive to bridge divides as much as possible, not fuel them. Wishing you the very best.

  • Thu, Oct 21, 2021 - 06:09am

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    davefairtex

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    two thoughts

I have a number of friends who got the shot so they could either find a job, or keep working.  They are not rich people, and so felt they had no choice.  They were totally coerced into getting it.  I hold “our leaders” responsible for any ill that befalls them from this coerced choice.

I don’t have any problem hanging out with them. Really none at all.  They can come to my house – I can go to their house – its all fine.  I know my risk.  I just assume I’ll self-treat if I get sick, and then I’ll be over it, and life will go on.

That said – if I were holding a large gathering, which meant that I was effectively responsible for keeping one hundred guests relatively safe, then I might be a bit more concerned with the higher-viral-load issue, as well as the less-likely-to-show-symptoms issue.  Especially indoors.

So from the point of view of event planner, I might think differently than I would if it were just me.

  • Thu, Oct 21, 2021 - 07:31am   (Reply to #3)

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True, I can imagine you make different considerations when you are responsible for many guests or only responsible for yourself.

Here at PP we spoke a lot about the nuances and circumstances that underly the outcome of a Covid infection (please forgive me if I put it in somewhat crappy English; I am not a native English speaker).

Age, the most important factor. Weight, comorbidities, overall health. And yes, the initial inoculum is also a factor. ONE factor.

The black-or-white discussion we always blamed the pro-vaxers to have, Chris now does himself.

Pro-vaxers: “I don’t trust the unvaccinated”

Chris: “I don’t trust the vaccinated”

Where is the difference apart from having it backed by data? Both statements do the same; divide the entire population on a simple black and white, yes or no, statement.

There should not be an us-vaccinated and them-unvaccinated, or the other way around.

The only us-and-them we should keep in mind is us (vaxxed and not vaxxed) normal people and those f* a*holes who put this on us.

  • Thu, Oct 21, 2021 - 08:18am

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    brushhog

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    I Don’t Trust the Vaccinated

I agree with the sentiment. We shouldnt blame the victims. My question for Desertstorm though;

What are you going to do in 6 months when they tell you you’ll need another injection? And 6 months after that? And for the rest of your life? Are you really willing to take these injections for the rest of your life in order to keep your job?

Is there a point at which you say “no”? Or are you basically just willing to do anything?

  • Thu, Oct 21, 2021 - 09:10am

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    Kat43

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    I Don’t Trust the Vaccinated

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God says we should love one another as we love ourselves. ourselves. God also says he will protect us if we in believe in him. He also doesn’t want us to be stupid but vigilant.

  • Thu, Oct 21, 2021 - 09:51am

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    I Don’t Trust the Vaccinated

So on one hand, if I were Chris I wouldn’t let anyone into the house.   Having 100 ish individuals from gosh knows where coughing in my home is a bit much.  Even just from a cold and flu standpoint.

As a separate issue, IMO the unvaxxed need to push back.  Not just quietly sit on the sidelines.  The Fauci’s of the world have been shouting “follow the science!”  So yes, let’s follow the science and the science says the vaxxed folks are dangerous.

Now I am willing to accept that risk and be around vaxxed individuals.   I won’t ask the vaxxed individuals to protect me I just request the same consideration in return.  The pandemic is over, Covid is endemic we need to learn to live with it.

Kathy

  • Thu, Oct 21, 2021 - 10:01am

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    monks4christ

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    I Don’t Trust the Vaccinated

If shedding and mutant virus formation are realities, and it seems to be true, people who are unvx’d may have real grounds for concern.  This isn’t a case of discrimination, judgement, or unjust marginalization, but one of safety.  People with healthy prudent skepticism of this whole thing, and the courage to say no in the face of coercion to their well-being, are naturally going to apply these traits to any dangers from the vaxx’d. The unvx’d didn’t go through this whole thing only to roll over and through in the towel. As mutations continue what happens when the treatments that work now do not work in the future. Natural immunity is a blessed thing, but it’s not full proof.  Natural immunity seems to be working for the uvx’d, but what happens when a variant comes along that natural immunity can’t fight. The vaxx’d need to anticipate this and what that could look like for them.  But, I’m not giving the unvx’d a pass either, if we do not think of and find ways to help the vaxx’d near and dear in our lives or we are not worthy of our humanity. We need to think about how we offer works of mercy even in dangerous times.  Peace.

  • Thu, Oct 21, 2021 - 10:22am   (Reply to #5)

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    Sean_R

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    Re: “Is there a point at which you say ‘no’?”

Brushhog, you ask “Is there a point at which you say “no”? Or are you basically just willing to do anything?” as if anyone who took the vaccine must be either gullible or a coward.  Some people took it under duress but most of us who got it did so to avoid getting seriously ill from Covid.  It was no more complicated than that, especially early on, when the bullying, coercion and “nudge” techniques hadn’t been employed.

DesertStorm1991 wrote “side note no I am not getting any other jabs no matter the threats” so your question is answered in any case.

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