September 20, 2021
I’M A dedicated jab-dodger and proud of it. There is no way this side of hell that anyone will stick their poisonous needles in any part of my God-given flesh, not even for a free sausage sandwich or a chance to win a cash prize, a house, or indeed a motorcycle, all inducements to take the jab in the US.
In spite of the pressure to take the ‘clot shot’ more and more people who have succumbed are now joining the ranks of those feeling ‘vaccine remorse’. Those who thought ‘I’ll get the jab and then I can be normal again’ have been rudely disabused of this fiction. ‘OK, I’ll get the second one because I can see that a top up may strengthen my protection’ just about strained credibility. But talk of a third and then a booster and then six monthly or even three-monthly shots are scaring many people into thinking ‘What have I let myself in for?’
One of the strategies of this government of occupation is to ‘divide and rule’ and one of the most obvious battle grounds for this is between the jabbed and the non-jabbed. This has worked to a certain degree. But the tide is turning and I foresee the trickle of the ‘vaccine remorseful’ turning into a tidal wave. And the big problem for the government is just like ex-smokers or ex-gamblers or indeed ex-anything, it is the vaccine remorseful who will be the most vociferous in their sheer anger of feeling betrayed. The government will be the lightning rod for this anger. They must be very frightened. They see the resistance growing. It’s getting bigger by the day.
I say this because of recent experiences. I am a member of a Stand In The Park group (SITP). We meet every Sunday at 10am and our group is growing by the week. Lately we welcomed a man who ambled up and asked: ‘Is this the group of people who see through all the Covid bullshit?’ ‘Yes, indeed’ said many of us in unison and we welcomed him warmly. He then followed up with ‘I should say right away that I’ve been double jabbed but I now see how badly I’ve been conned and I run my own business and I’ve thought all along that there was something not right but I went along with the jabs five months ago when they first started to do them . . . what a fool I’ve been!’ He didn’t stop talking for what seemed ages. He was angry, felt alone and wanted to meet like-minded people and be a part of some sort of resistance. He came to the right place. Unlike the more extreme ‘jabbed’, we jab-dodgers have no animosity whatsoever to those who have been jabbed – it’s their decision, however ill-informed. It stands to reason that when the dust clears on all this we will need to come together and live normally again. The aggression, all one way from the jabbed to the non-jabbed, has been instigated by the government and whipped up by the corrupt and hate-filled media.
I tell you this. If the anger exhibited by our new friend is anything to go by I wouldn’t like to be in Johnson’s shoes when millions more wake up to the fact that not only have they been conned but they have been conned in the most harmful and potentially devastating way. Worst of all, and most damning of all, their children have been seen as expendable and part of a diabolical experiment unconnected to health in way whatsoever except to damage it.