Am I once again an enemy of the state?
The hate machine has pointed its finger at something else, and it's working.
I am ‘unvaccinated’.
I hesitate to write those words as there has been so much vitriol anger and hatred thrown towards me and others because of our medical status. I have had my childhood vaccines, I have given my children their appropriate childhood vaccines. The meaning of the word “vaccinated’ has changed to relate to only the covid vaccines. Which, to all intents and purposes, are not actually vaccines.
I did not take the injection and I prevented my family from taking it, and as the Pfizer documentation comes out, I am validated in my knowing that I did exactly the right thing for my families health, even though my mental and emotional health suffered for it. My choice, your choice, we all made our choices. Whatever yours was, I do not hate you for it. I didn’t attack people over it. But I was attacked for it, more than once. And I will always remember that.
Right now the media propaganda machine has changed direction in who it’s firing at, the big guns have shifted from the unvaccinated to aim at the Russians.
The media continues to tell you what to think using their expert manipulative ways. Ways have been well documented and researched, probably by way of the KGB. They want you to look at the war in Ukraine instead of the Pfizer documentation. What the media says is designed to captivate you into fear. Evil feeds off of fear. It’s working well - they’ve got everybody once more worked up into a frenzy. There is plenty of food for evil to feed from. It’s so disappointing that people are falling for it, especially after the last two years.
I have Russian ancestors. I stand here, once more naked and vulnerable and say to the world - I am Russian. I am ‘unvaccinated’. Do you hate me?
Ironically, most Ukrainians are ‘unvaccinated’. But that doesn’t seem to matter now. People wanted the unvaccinated to die, but now they are taking them into their homes. Where ‘unvaccinated’ Irish people were excluded from intimate family events, and still are being excluded, the virtuous are waving flags everywhere and proclaiming solidarity against a new enemy.
Have the unvaccinated been forgiven? Well, no, because the exclusion is still happening, even though the science was never there to support it. And we never got that apology. It’s just been brushed under the carpet. I think Bob’s cartoon says it very well here and makes me wonder the real reason behind this war. Is it a convenient distraction?
I speak out occasionally on social media, as you may know. I wrote something on Facebook and Instagram on International Women’s day, saying that I did not feel like celebrating it, and why. The reason I spoke out is because I have to, it’s the core of who I am. Truth is at my centre. I also find that my speaking out helps people who feel the same way and cannot put their feelings into words. One of the things I said in that post was this:
I have to speak my truth. Truth can hurt. But life isn’t about protecting your feelings over truth. Or protecting mine. And guess what - the truth is probably going to hurt your feelings - but it’s better to hear it, then you can process it and get over it and grow. That’s why we are here - to grow. To understand each other, to respect the other, that’s just part of it.
Choosing truth and what is right over fear and what is easy is hard. Especially when corporations are trying their damnedest to censure and hide it.
Truth is hard and difficult. It’s so much easier to ignore it and pretend everything is fine. The truth is right now, I’ve had enough of the media machine, of the manufactured hate. It’s exhausting.
Let me be clear here - I am not saying there is no war in Ukraine. People are suffering, leaving their homes in droves, their lives will never be the same. But there is more to this than what we are begin told. And we may never know the truth, at least we can get off the media machine and catch our breath, and come back to ourselves.
All we can do is help our neighbours. All we can do is be good, honest, truthful people. If a bus driver kicks an Irish child off the bus when her wallet was stolen and she didn’t have the money for bus fare, it shows that we are still not looking after our own. Please world, stop this juvenile grandstanding and grow the F up. Grow up and realise that we are all people, and it starts with looking after the people that we are living with, right here, at home. Renaming a road, painting your house or waving a flag for a war on the television does not make you a good person. We need to bring it back to what really matters - back to what makes a good person, good. And for me, it’s always about truth. Truth, integrity, humility. I don’t see much of that around. Do you?