What We Learned From Hating the Unvaccinated
By Susan Dunham
The battlefield is still warm, following Canada’s war on the unvaccinated. The mandates have let up, and both sides stumble back into something that looks like the old normal — except that there is a fresh and present injury done to the people we tried to break. And no one wants to talk about it.
Only weeks ago, it was the admitted goal of our own leaders to make life unlivable for the unvaccinated. And as a deputized collective, we force-multiplied that pain, taking the fight into our families, friendships, and workplaces. Today, we face the hard truth that none of it was justified — and, in doing that, uncover a precious lesson.
It was a quick slide from righteousness to cruelty, and however much we might blame our leaders for the push, we’re accountable for stepping into the trap despite better judgment.
We knew that waning immunity put vast numbers of the fully vaccinated on par with the shrinking minority of unvaccinated, yet we marked them for special persecution. We said they hadn’t “done the right thing” by turning their bodies over to state care — even though we knew that principled opposition to such a thing is priceless in any circumstance. And we truly let ourselves believe that going into another ineffectual lockdown would be their fault, not the fault of toxic policy.
And so it was by the willful ignorance of science, civics, and politics that we squeezed the unvaccinated to the degree that we did.
We invented a new rubric for the good citizen and — failing to be one ourselves — took pleasure in scapegoating anyone who didn’t measure up. After months of engineered lockdowns, having someone to blame and to burn simply felt good.
So we cannot hold our heads high, as if believing we had logic, love, or truth on our side while we viciously wished death upon the unvaccinated. The best we can do is sit in the awareness of our rabid inhumanity for having cast so many aside.
Most of us who pilloried the noncompliant did it because it seemed like certain victory, like the unvaccinated would never make it through unbroken. Indeed, the promised new normal looked unbeatable, so we sided with it and made punching bags out of the holdouts.
But betting against them has been a scathing embarrassment for many of us who’ve now learned that the mandates only had the power we gave them. It was not through quiet compliance that we avoided endless domination by pharmaceutical companies and medical checkpoints at every doorway. It was thanks to the people we tried to tear down.
So for those of us not among the hopeless few that pray for the return of mandates, we might find some inner gratitude for the unvaccinated. We took the bait by hating them, but their perseverance bought us the time to see we were wrong.
It seems right now like the mandates will return, but this time there’s hope that more of us will see them for what they are: a rising authoritarianism that has no concern for our wellbeing. If there’s an enemy, it’s the confidence game of state power and the transparent attempt to tear us apart. Heeding that looks like our best shot at redemption.
The unvaccinated will be vindicated
Plain Talk by Jomo Thomas
Twenty-seven months after the World Health Organisation announced that the world was gripped by a ‘deadly’ Covid pandemic, views and opinions vary as to who was right or wrong and whether science was sacrificed in the quest to pollute the peoples’ minds, and bend their will for motives other than health and safety of the world’s population.
We quoted extensively from a column written by Susan Dunham, a vaccinated Australian journalist whose opinion is worthy of consideration.
‘If Covid were a battlefield, it would still be warm with the bodies of the unvaccinated.”
Thankfully the mandates are letting up, and both sides of the war stumble back to the new normal.
The unvaccinated are the heroes of the last two years as they allowed us all to have a control group in the great experiment, and highlight the shortcoming of the Covid vaccines.
The unvaccinated carry many battle scars and injuries as they are the people we tried to mentally break, yet no one wants to talk about what we did to them and what they forced ‘The Science’ to unveil.
We knew that the waning immunity of the fully vaccinated had the same risk profile as others within society, as the minority of the unvaccinated; yet we marked them for special persecution.
We said they had not ‘done the right thing for the greater good’ by handing their bodies and medical autonomy over to the State.
Many of the so-called health experts and political leaders admitted the goal was to make life almost unlivable for the unvaccinated, which was multiplied many times by the collective mob, with the fight taken into workplaces, friendships, and family gatherings.
Today, the hard truth is none of it was justified as we took a quick slide from righteousness to absolute cruelty.
We might blame our leaders and health experts for the push, but each individual within society must be held accountable for stepping into the well-laid-out trap.
We did this despite knowing full well that principled opposition is priceless when it comes to what goes inside our bodies, and we let ourselves be tricked into believing that going into another ineffective lockdown would be the fault of the unvaccinated and not the fault of the toxic policy of ineffective vaccines.
We took pleasure in scapegoating the unvaccinated because after months of engineered lockdowns by political leaders blinded by power, having someone to blame and to burn at the stake, felt good.
We believed we had logic, love, and truth on our side, so it was easy to wish death upon the unvaccinated.
Those of us who ridiculed and mocked the non-compliant did it because we were embarrassed by their courage and principles and didn’t think the unvaccinated would make it through unbroken, and we turned the holdouts into punching bags.
(Fauci, Rachelle Walensky, Biden, Caribbean Ayatollah Gonsalves, unvaccinated spittle Camillo Gonsalves, Gaston Browne, stop jackassing yourself Keith Rowley) and the other cast in prominent roles need to be held to account for vilifying the unvaccinated in public and fuelling angry social media mobs.
The mobs, the mask Nazis, and the vaccine disciples have been embarrassed by ‘betting against’ the unvaccinated because mandates only had the power we gave them.
It was not compliance that ended domination by Big Pharma Companies, Bill Gates and his many organisations, and the World Economic Forum… It was thanks to the people we tried to embarrass, ridicule, mock and tear down.
We should all try and find some inner gratitude for the unvaccinated as we took the bait by hating them because their perseverance and courage bought us the time to see we were wrong.
So, if mandates ever return for covid or any other disease or virus, hopefully, more of us will be awake and see the rising authoritarianism that has no concern for our well-being and is more about power and control.
The War on the Unvaccinated was lost, and we should all be very thankful for that.
Susan Dunham addressed the situation from the point of view of those who fell for the hypnotic command to despise anyone—friends and family included—who refused to buy the official narrative about the covid shots.
Remarkably, even now, with everything we know about the jabs, the war against the unvaccinated continues, and while compassion is slowly making a comeback, ignorance of the basics still abounds.
Recently, Los Angeles Times columnist Michael Hiltzik told CNN: ‘Many of them have promoted reckless, dangerous policies and took innocent people along with them. Every one of those deaths is a teachable moment; unfortunately, we haven’t been learning the lessons… How should we react to the death of the unvaxxed? A hallmark of civilised thought is that all life is precious. However, those who have deliberately flouted medical advice by refusing a vaccine known to reduce the risk of serious disease from the virus, including risk to others, and end up in a hospital or the grave can be viewed as receiving their just deserts.’
Miltzik has not yet experienced the moment of clarity experienced by Dunham. Instead, he insists, ‘Mocking the anti-vaxxer is ghoulish but necessary.’
Some like Dunham recognise the fallacy in their thinking and call for change. Others, like Hiltzik, have been brainwashed by fearporn. They cannot connect the dots and see that a vaccine that does not prevent infection or spread can never protect others.
Hence, those who get the jab have no advantage over those who don’t. Both pose the same risk to others. And, if both pose the same risk, why target one for insult and not the other. It is beyond irrational, but such is the mind of those under the hypnotic spell. They are incapacitated in the worst of ways, unable to see the reality.
Will enough people learn the lesson of humility that Dunham highlights? Have enough recognised the error of their ways, or will they fall into the same trap again? Only time will tell. But remember this; first, they came for the vaccinated. You may be next.