Is It Just Me?
Is it just me? Am I the only one that feels a certain “vulture-esque” interest in finding out what someone has died of when first hearing of someone’s death? If they are a person I don’t know at all, there is almost a feeling of excitement when I can easily link their death (or illness) to the vaccine. “That’s it!” I say to myself, “there’s yet another one!” And then just as quickly, almost as if both feelings of excitement and sadness come at the same time, I feel sick that I would take another’s death as a positive confirmation of my beliefs.
Isn’t that sick?
I am wondering if I am the only sick one out there. How could this be happening? How could so many people not see the devastation that this useless vaccine has caused? (Don’t ask me why I would call it “useless”—a vaccine that has caused so much injury and has fallen so short of its promises, is, to me very clearly, “useless”). I’ve got it into my head that the only way people will come to their senses and recognize what truly is going on is to have millions die or get sick. So when I hear of this happening to someone, I can’t help but feel “here is one more bit of evidence, or at least another clear reason to question this vaccine, in the hope we all come together to fight this insanity as a majority force.”
In normal circumstances it might be considered “sick”—at least it would be considered a lack of empathy. But what we are living through is not normal. We have been forced to believe that there is no other way to convince the masses that they are being duped into this lethal compliance except by rather extraordinary means—to clearly see it is happening, to clearly see what most of us have been shouting out since the rollout of this vaccine over a year ago. “Buyer beware, and if you’re not careful, the consequences could be devastating.” At this point in time no one really knows how devastating, but it is not looking good. And most people seem not to care one iota—even those that do recognize the obvious (sorry, it IS obvious) correlation of heart disease, blood clotting, neurological disease, among a myriad of other ailments, with the vaccine. People will often say “well, it isn’t EVERYONE, so why should I worry? Covid is more dangerous, so it is worth the risk.” Really? I won’t go into that; we all know that argument carries no weight at all in the light of the science and statistical data.
So why do we care? Well, for one, most of us know the puppet masters pulling the strings, and we know their intentions for the world of 2030 and beyond. Many of us have children or are contemplating creating a few. What kind of world will we be leaving behind for them? Not a pretty one, if all goes “as planned.” So what will it take to turn all this around? Well, for one, the majority of the masses need to know there even is a problem. And they must see where the true cause of that problem is. And it isn’t global warming or “more snow this winter which caused more heart taxing snow shovelling” or even Covid. It is the vaccine.1
If that is true, then how do we get people to see this? I am afraid the only way, other than divine intervention, is for people to receive such a wake-up blow from their experience that it slaps some sense into them. Unfortunately, that blow may only come from more people suffering. As I said before, a divine intervention may come instead, a sudden “change of mind”, much like the “100th Monkey” effect. But I think the most prevalent catalyst in most minds is “events in the world that have enough power to wake people up.”
I am still bothered by the feeling though. Is it “confirmation bias?” This would be a feeling of elation when something happens that supports a person’s viewpoint—a confirmation of a bias. I am sure for some it would be; it is human nature to seek out validation on our own world view. But I think this whole situation is more sophisticated than that. I think most of us are deeply aware of the impeding storm, the tsunami that is literally just a few miles out at sea, a deadly wave that for some mysterious reason only we can see. We honestly do not want the entire world that we know, and love, to be wiped away by this wave. The analogy only goes so far in its effectiveness. This wave is not an arbitrary act of nature like a true tsunami is, it is instead created by a group of nefarious human beings. Whether they are innately evil, such as Hitler and his psychopathic cronies were, or simply misguided in what they believe the world is best to look like (or better yet, just greedy, narcissistic people, who only think of what is best for them) is not easy to discern. Regardless of how it was formed, the wave is coming. And we know it. If taking a hammer and whacking someone on the head with a near fatal blow is what it takes for people to wake up, we can’t avoid feeling some satisfaction, and some hope we can avoid the wave, when that hammer strikes.
I think it is human nature to feel this satisfaction when bad things happen—things that cause us to be one step closer to waking people up. If we do feel this way, I honestly do not think it is an indication we are being insensitive and heartless. Humans seem to categorize events differently and into different “folders” depending on the circumstances. We are anxious to find news that corroborates what we believe is true, not for “sport”, but because we know the more horrific the world becomes the more likely everyone will rise up and stop it in order for this insanity to end. That correlation, in a broad sense, obliterates the “personal” response to a person being sick or even dying. It is a “cross wiring” for sure—but this situation is totally to blame for that cross wiring, not a lack of a personal sense of empathy and care. This is natural, considering all we have to consider.
However, I do feel we cannot stay in the cold objective reasoning as our first response when we hear of death and illness caused by the vaccine. We have an obligation to quickly shift to a mental and emotional state where we observe and feel the personal pain, not just the pain of the suffering the individual and their loved ones are feeling, but the pain of the suffering soul of the world. We must try hard to empathize with the current suffering, the suffering at hand, rather than just objectively recognize it as a means to an end. But at the same time, I do not think we should beat ourselves up for feeling otherwise for at least a moment. This all is a very complicated situation, and we, as humans, are being tested in such a variety of ways. Ultimately, we must eventually yield to our feelings of love and care for the world and what we believe the world should be—a free, safe, and loving place to live and bring up our families. That we should never lose sight of.
Dr Robert Malone, Dr. Peter McCullough, Dr. Wolfgang Wodarg, Dr. Michael Yeadon, Dr. Paul Marik, Dr. Vladmir Zelenko, Dr. Sucharit Bhakdi among many others.