Jeni

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After the second vaccination, her hand swelled sharply. After the third vaccination she began to suffer from incessant diarrhea. Within a few weeks she had lost eight pounds of her weight and lost 39 pounds. She can not walk without being held, she has stopped her life and no longer leaves the house.

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John H
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John H
5 months ago

Thank-you for speaking out.

J C
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J C
5 months ago

This story breaks my heart. I am the grandson of a holocaust survivor and have struggled to come to terms with my family’s history all my life. But ultimately it has driven me to find and make real meaning with my life. It is a strange and uncanny feeling to realise that you yourself would not be here now otherwise. And so I have always been driven by the very powerful feeling that there must have been a reason. For me to live my life fully and completely and rightly, to make my grandfather proud even though he died long before I was even born.

But being unable to escape my family’s history it has also made me highly sensitive, suspicious and generally untrusting of people. Perhaps for the current times this is not such a bad thing. For me the agenda is clear. I have refused all shots and nothing on earth could make me change my mind. Gym is my life and now it has been mandated I have been told I cannot go unless I get the shots. So I simply do not go and do what I can from home. An easy decision, because it is the only right one. How I feel about it does not matter. We have to become adaptable and flexible. Nothing is more important than health, and we cannot risk harming it irreversibly via coercive tactics. I have to make my grandfather proud so his sacrifice and those of the other survivors does not go in vain.

Ed Hutchison
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Ed Hutchison
5 months ago

thank-you, god bless you little lady