QUITE the hardest thing to do in life at the moment is calmly to resist the relentless social and political pressure to be vaccinated, whether for the first or the third time.
Young people in my experience seem to have the fewest resources and least resilience when it comes to either peer group or NHS bullying. Yes, that is what many doctors do when you ring up on any other health need; you can be subjected to a 20-minute scaremongering harangue on the subject.
If you haven’t come across the piece below, sent to me by one of our writers, I can highly recommend it. As he says, it serves as an excellent defence for those being pressured into taking a vaccine who have reservations. It is a comprehensive list of 18 reasons why the writer won’t be getting the vaccine, starting with the fact that vaccine makers are immune from liability, travelling through the ‘data gaps’ submitted to the FDA by the vaccine makers, no long-term safety testing, no informed consent, under-reporting of adverse reactions and death, the vaccines do not stop transmission or infection, the inflated Covid death numbers, censorship and the complete absence of scientific debate.
I was so impressed I sent it to a small group of young people I know who are under just such pressure. The immediate reply from one of them was: ‘I can’t argue with any of that.’
Rather than get into an argument with anyone, try saying: ‘When you have read through this, then we can have the discussion.’
Here it is, and it is worth printing out.
A double-jabbed friend (still) who I gave the piece to read looked up and said to me quietly: ‘Had I read this piece back in August, it would have confirmed all my suspicions and I would have then been resolute in not taking the jabs. But better late than never. At least I won’t be complying with the booster lunacy.’