AFTER writing about the heartening experience with my old university friends who had seen the light after one of them suffered a stroke following a Covid vaccine, I have to report this sadly is not the case with all my former college chums.
Some weeks ago I had a communication from an old friend who used to live next door to us in Newcastle. We had not been in touch for perhaps 30 years but she had read an article of mine in a magazine – unrelated to Covid or such issues– and wondered whether we might be able to meet. She added that she had married again since her husband’s death some years previously.
I said yes and we arranged to meet in Reading, a halfway point for both of us. But the day before she emailed to say that she and her partner had just had their Covid and flu jabs – their seventh Covid shot – and as a result she had become quite ill and could we arrange another date. That was OK by me, and I gave a few dates when I would be available. A few days later I had another email to say that her husband was now in hospital with a chest infection and she would be in touch again when he had recovered.
Do these people not read TCW or any of the other sites which have repeatedly told the truth about the Covid ‘vaccine’ and particularly the booster shots, which neither prevent transmission nor infection and are far more likely to do harm than good?
It is a fact that just about all of the people I know who have had booster shots have been ill within a few days, in some cases seriously enough to require hospital admission. One friend nearly died after her sixth jab and it was touch-and-go in hospital for several days. Yet she still queued up for the seventh shot, plus the flu jab – and was ill again.
The other day I noticed a long queue of people outside my local branch of Boots. I asked one of them why they were all standing in line. He replied that owing to staff shortages, the branch was closed between one and two and they were just waiting for the shop to re-open. So what were they all queueing for? Yes, you’ve guessed – the latest booster shot.
But why, now that Covid has gone away and whatever variants may still be hanging around are weak indeed? Maybe it’s the pressure and the fear still being applied. Even though I have repeatedly told the NHS and also my GP practice that I am not interested in the shots, I still get texts inviting me to come for them. The latest, on September 18, said: ‘You’re a priority for seasonal flu and Covid vaccinations because of your age.’ It even said they would come to my home if necessary. There was a link for me to opt out of invitations for ‘my’ vaccinations but I decided to ignore it as, if I replied, they would know that I had read the message.
Given that my university friend has cancelled two dates because of infections thanks to the jabs, I am now wondering what more we can do. The evidence for serious harm from the vaccines is out there, and has been for some time, but all too few people, it seems, are heeding it. Would they rather become ill and have to be admitted to hospital than refuse these shots?
My neighbours have obediently had their booster and flu shots and all have succumbed to infections since. In vain do I point out that I have never in my life had a flu shot, would not dream of having a Covid booster shot, and have not had flu for over 50 years. More to the point, I have never had Covid or even the slightest sniffle since the lockdowns, restrictions, mask mandates and social distancing – none of which I have obeyed – began in 2020. Nor have I ever taken any of the Covid tests.
If I expected that my own excellent health throughout the Covid years, without taking a single one of the precautions advised or imposed, might make the jabbed among us take notice, I could not have been more wrong. They prefer to regard me as some sort of irresponsible loony who has just been lucky.
What will it take to overturn the nonsense?