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Traderdog 52 posts, incept 2021-08-30
2023-01-18 17:32:02

I have two kids, 12 and 14. My initial reaction to the vex was no way was I going to let my kids get near them. I was not going to use a fake card because my suspicion was the more adults they lined up, the quicker they were going to push them on the kids. The immunity for approval on the childhood schedule was too obvious.
Tickerguy 192k posts, incept 2007-06-26
2023-01-18 17:34:18

@Justincase there is SOME evidence in the literature that Ivermectin may make other cancer therapies more-potent. Not a lot of data on this, but some.

The difference between "kill" and "murder" is that murder, as a subset of kill, is undeserved by the deceased.
Justincase 12 posts, incept 2013-03-18
2023-01-18 17:59:17


I am aware of the other supplements, but am holding off on taking them at this time.

The Onco Adjunct would interfere with the current chemo IV dump I'm on (Oxaliplatin, Cetuximab among others.)

If I do show positive results with the fenbendazole, going to cycle it with alinia which 'may' improve my ability to manage the colon cancer.

Worth mentioning: have to take an antibiotic (minocycline) to counteract some of the side effects of chemo, but the antibiotic has the distressing effect of wiping out the gut biome each and every day - leading to distressing flatulence at the worst possible moments - like waking the wife up at 2am. Good times! (not really)

Lots of kefir, sauerkraut and jicama do wonders on restoring balance to the intestinal order. Don't waste your time with those pathetic probiotic pills which only have three strains of lactobacillus.

I apologize for going off track - this comment section was on who to trust going forward. Not too many I'll tell you. I trust KD which is why I was willing to get pink slipped if it came to that with work.

Shadowmask 4k posts, incept 2021-05-24
2023-01-18 18:07:15

I will never NOT be proud of my pureblood status.

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Nickdanger 1k posts, incept 2011-06-12
2023-01-18 18:33:25

Prayers for you @Justincase, and hoping you can get some relief from the gut issues.

-- I'm in the control group

-- In life, it's important to know when to stop arguing with people and simply let them be wrong.
Lizardqueen 4k posts, incept 2008-04-01
2023-01-18 18:35:36

I have a pretty clear idea of who I consider allies and who I don't, at this point.

Anyone wanting to get to the bottom of this Covid mess, prevent these happenings in the future, who supports personal and bodily autonomy, and who will press for fascist bullshit like this to never happen again are who I consider allies, regardless of vax status.
Some of the most visible leaders in this effort are vaxxed (Steve Kirsch, Asseem Malhotra, Robert Malone, and possibly Pierre Kory or his family (I read that awhile ago)). I'm sure there are more.

Those who participated in or promoted the coverup in the pharma industry and gov't or pushed for the totalitarian mandates are my sworn enemy for life, regardless of vax status. This includes anyone involved in funding the GOF research and letting it out of the lab.

Lesser enemies are those that didn't question anything yet still Karen'd those around them, like some of my family.
They aren't in the "sworn enemies" category but I'm also not much interested in hanging out with them going forward. These were the useful idiots that enabled the totalitarians to do what they did. They are usually Democrats but not always. They also think they can tell everyone else how to run their lives, while their lives are often a mess. In general, they are dogmatic and unpleasant at parties.

While I consider faking a vax card or claiming a bogus exemption essentially dishonest, it is trivial in comparison to what was done to the people to make them need to do so. I personally prefer to focus my energy on the "sworn enemy" category.

And I don't have much use for virtue signalers of any stripe. Signaling is not action, it just makes the signaler feel good and scratches the approval itch.

Honestly, over the last 2 years I was rarely surprised by the actions of anyone I knew.
Those I expected to Karen did. Those who I expected to not Karen didn't. Those I expected to blindly follow orders did. Those I expected to take the shot for (to me) trivial reasons (like vacations) did.

Those who I expected to question things usually did, except for 1 woman who before this wouldn't even take a flu shot. She's my best friend at work and she is now thrice Pfizered. She was the only suprise.

What happened happened - the past isn't changeable. To me, that doesn't mean forgive and forget - it means looking forwards and focusing on getting to the root of this and bringing those responsible to justice, and making sure it never happens again. It also means focusing on getting rid of the leftover mandates, namely in education and health care.

And what is next coming down the pipe - digital passports and social credit scores - is so bad that if we don't pull together and work on stopping that too we are even more fucked than we are now.

My $.08, adjusted for Bidenflation

"Pull your pants up, turn your hat around, and get a job"
---P.J. O'Rourke
Justincase 12 posts, incept 2013-03-18
2023-01-18 18:48:38


Fenbendazole and Ivermectin are both anthelmintics, but I agree there simply isn't enough data on Ivermectin regarding cancer - and when it was diagnosed as cancer - I went with fenbendazole.

One concern I have, Tibbetts states he takes a daily dose of fenbendazole as an ongoing preventive measure. As you noted with Ivermectin, we don't really know the long term effects of continual usage. A cycled approach of days on and off makes sense if and when I do go into prevention mode. Dr. Lee Merritt has an interesting Rumble video where she describes a cycled protocol based on the parasite theory, but you have to wade through the usual tinfoil.

I will admit, six months ago I didn't know squat about cancer and how to deal with it. I still don't know anything. Trying my best and hopefully avoiding dogma.

@Shadowmask - Being a pureblood, and standing against those who tried to shame/force us is awesome. I was not casting aspersions. What I was trying to point out is, we can still be impacted negatively - look at what happened to KD with those damn wasps/hornets. Horrible things.

Tickerguy 192k posts, incept 2007-06-26
2023-01-18 18:49:51

Anyone can always roll a 1.

The trick is to try not to put more than one "1" on the die we all must throw.

The difference between "kill" and "murder" is that murder, as a subset of kill, is undeserved by the deceased.
Shadowmask 4k posts, incept 2021-05-24
2023-01-18 18:56:06

@justincase about a month after I got over covid, I had the worst asthma attack I've had in over two decades. It took several days and a steroid inhaler to clear up. I have no idea if it was related to covid, or just a coincidence. Plus, it took three tries to find a doctor that would do anything other than send me to the emergency room. If I couldn't breathe, it obviously must be covid!

I don't envy anybody going through cancer in general. I especially don't in the you now because thanks to the clot shots, more people need oncologists than before.

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Clot Shot: 0
Mjeff87 1k posts, incept 2021-11-22
2023-01-18 19:04:38

Anecdotal, and related to what @Justincase is mentioning, one of my precious few inner-sanctum friends that lives far away from me texted me yesterday to tell me he spent most of the New Years holiday in the hospital due to a "cardiac event". He's a pure blood, but a big old sumbitch with less than admirable dietary and exercise disciplines so I wasn't *too* shocked when he told me. I owe him a phone call this weekend to get the full story.

He also has an older brother that caught OG Covid way back when this shit first started. I didn't mention it here until now, but he got vented and spent 2+ months in the ER but did survive. Also not vaxed (I think he actually got it before the vaxes were even available).

Si Vis Pacem, para Bellum

If you look like shit, then you are shit.

Reason: fat fingers
Tritumi 1k posts, incept 2008-11-29
2023-01-18 19:19:50

Much of Africa has been on Ivermectin long term and I am not aware of any studies showing negatives.

If any here are following the development of the WHO's Pandemic treaty, the concept stage is passed and a Zero level document will be released so the negotiations to a final agreement can begin in earnest. If reports are correct, the treaty has everything a world dictator needs to control literally everything. Just add pandemic.

WHO wants a budget increase from current $4B to $60B to start putting the infrastructure in place.

National sovereignty means nothing as UN member signatories are already on the WHO's dance card.

Most political actors will want to retain power and privilege. Quislings are at the helm.

Thud stage narrative, according to Ed Dowd, is already set to pivot to long covid and climate change.
Chilzany 151 posts, incept 2021-09-16
2023-01-18 21:59:51

Indeed the WHO treaty issue has been on my mind ever since first reading about it coming down the tunnel at us. That our leaders think they have the right to abrogate national sovereignty and legally have it stick vs citizen BoRs, is something that bends my mind beyond almost all recognition and is something that must not stand.

I need a constitutional lawyer like Turley to 'splain how PTB think such a treaty could even remotely begin to be enforceable against our citizenry and constitution that governmental PTB took oaths to defend against all enemies, period.
Djsnola 330 posts, incept 2009-03-16
2023-01-18 22:00:03

anyone stupid enough to believe thud because of climate change deserves everything they get.
Tickerguy 192k posts, incept 2007-06-26
2023-01-18 22:00:50

Blue helmets should be baggable by any reasonably competent person at 300+ yds.

The difference between "kill" and "murder" is that murder, as a subset of kill, is undeserved by the deceased.
Forever_young 76 posts, incept 2022-11-22
2023-01-19 09:14:39


I frankly lump effectively all those who did religious exceptions in the same camp as those who printed fake cards. It's all disingenuous behavior.
I am ashamed for putting in a half-assed attempt at a medical exemption that was perfunctorily rejected by some dude in India who monitored that ServiceNow queue.

No offense, but you sound like you're projecting your own behavior on others.

I was quite happy to make it clear where I stood and that they wouldn't take me on some flimsy counterargument. Want to debate me? Question my beliefs? Go right on ahead, but be prepared.
There wasn't a single lie in my exemption and while I considered whether it was legal to even request it of me, I did enough research in that regard to make the choice to send it in.

I flipped the table on them, begging for some pushback, it never came.

I stayed true to myself.
Neal 263 posts, incept 2014-01-09
2023-01-19 09:14:54

@TG, it is not necessarily true that it requires a doctor or other jabber to squirt the injection into the trash can. Here in Australia there was at least one case of a guy who was caught getting 10 jabs in a day or 2. People were paying him to present as them with their Medicare card and email/phone details. Guy would get the jab and the system would record that whomever they were taking the jab for had been jabbed.
How many other cases of this occurred and were never detected? Similar cases probably happened in any country that didnt require photo ID. Even with photo ID it only requires a fake photo ID or getting someone with similar appearance to use your ID.
As for the record of being jabbed staying in the system forever wouldnt it only require a blood test to show pureblood status and then claim that somebody somewhere made a clerical error in entering your name in the database? Though that might require some explaining in how/why you went to work or restricted places if not jabbed.
Then again might not all the jabbed demand that their jabbed status be removed from all records as we need to move along, forgive and forget bullshit spun by those who wanted us locked in camps in 2021?
Adt 14 posts, incept 2022-03-03
2023-01-19 09:15:32

Now it's getting truly insane.This is how they are gonna explain the thuds.

Last year, former Prime Minister Scott Morrison was forced to hush rumours that Australia was considering putting its name to the World Health Organisations International Health Regulations (IHR) Pandemic Treaty. The suggestion that Morrison was considering it caused a social media storm. Australians were furious. Despite this, Australia quietly settled in and has been working closely with the WHO on the development of a new pandemic response agreement.

Proposed within the dying hours of global Covid hysteria, the Pandemic Treaty sought to control how governments worldwide respond to health emergencies. Currently, these international regulations have been voluntary and mostly common sense.

That remained the case until a policy committee for the WHO called the Intergovernmental Negotiating Body advanced recommendations in 2021 to make these regulations compulsory for member nations which includes Australia.

Among these amendments were onerous powers that allowed the Director-General of the World Health Organisation, a position currently held by Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, to dictate Australias domestic state and federal health policy. This would include mandatory detention, compulsory vaccination orders, lockdowns, border closures, forced medical procedures, and other authoritarian measures that are widely held to have been a mistake during Covid.

At no point have the Australian people been asked if they would like these powers transferred to the WHO.

Not only have unsavoury powers been added, the amendments seek to remove a crucial phrase protecting the dignity, human rights, and fundamental freedoms of persons. It has been replaced with an ominous equity statement.

One Health Multisectoral actions should recognise the importance of a coherent, integrated and unifying approach that aims to sustainably balance and optimise the health of people, animals and ecosystems.

How and when these coercive health orders from on high are enacted remains open to interpretation. If the WHO decides to endorse the ludicrous claim that climate change is causing heart attacks, then Australia could find itself hounded into climate lockdowns to protect our health.

All it takes is for enough publications to repeat the claim for Climate Cardiology to enter a global consensus as science we should trust.

Yesterday, the World Economic Forum released an article titled, Climate change threatens everyones health heres how technology can help making it clear that health and climate have become a single entity of bureaucratic control. Their solution, posed at Davos to the most powerful leaders in the political and medical industries, is to advocate for greater biometric and digital surveillance of citizen health.

This is not a crackpot theory from an increasingly suspicious forum of hypocrites.

The BMJ printed an article titled, Climate cardiology needed to tackle links between climate change and heart health which demanded a switch to Net Zero, the reduction of meat-eating, and transition away from cars as a form of transport. The European Society of Cardiology published, Scientists warn of worsening heart disease as global warming sees temperatures soar which, although admitting links to a patients weight, still stated, the body weight of patients with heart failure could change during a heatwave.

Perhaps the advice should be join a gym rather than destroy your energy grid?

Similarly, Medical News Today wrote, Scientists warn of worsening heart disease as global temperatures rise citing the same report from France and its overweight population.

Our ABC insisted, Rise in heart disease may be explained by extreme weather conditions: Study, although there is a much simpler and more obvious explanation to the sudden rise of heart attacks and strokes around the world, concentrated in populations with mandatory Covid vaccination programs.

The link between Covid vaccination and serious heart conditions has been proven repeatedly and now appears as a known side effect on warning labels. Assigning blame to vaccines would be damaging for the WHO. You cannot call for a lockdown against Big Pharma, nor do they wish to absorb responsibility for contributing to the swarm of global heart attacks due to their poor advice.

When it comes to invoking health orders for climate change, all the WHO requires is a history of documentation. Articles from 2017, such as the National Library of Medicine carried, Climate Change and Simulation of Cardiovascular Disease Mortality: A Case Study of Mahhad, Iran help lend weight to this being a serious claim as does the BBC publishing, Climate change will increase heart deaths in August 2010 from a study into the short term effects of temperature on risk of myocardial infarction in England and Wales.

Curiously, a 2020 Lancet study said that 62 per cent of the global deaths attributed to climate change were cardiovascular in nature. Which makes you wonder how serious these climate change statistics actually are

And so it is that a powerful consensus is formed.

Australia was lucky. The proposals for the Pandemic Treaty were defeated at a special sitting of the WHO on December 1, 2022, but the process that created these dangerous amendments is still alive.

This year in May, the INB is preparing new amendments to put before the Assembly for a May 2024 vote well inside Prime Minister Albaneses reign. Unlike Morrison, it is unlikely he will be so easily scared off by press criticism or that he will bother informing the public about this issue that fundamentally changes Australias sovereignty over public health.

The WHOs IHR Review Committee is hard at work plotting its next recommendations, padding them out with safe-space rhetoric to no doubt disguise their power. If these are passed, both houses of the Australian Parliament will need to ratify them.

This, I believe, will be a forgone conclusion.

We can thank the 42-member African Nations block for saving Australia last time. They voted against the recommendations in the proposal. It may not be the case this time around, with the next proposal promising to direct money, technology, and resources away from Western nations and toward African nations amid a UN-backed marketing campaign of social justice. The more cynical among us may consider this to be an old fashioned bribe.

If Australians wish to maintain sovereignty over their health, the Albanese government must be pressured, as Morrison was before him, to stay away from the WHOs Pandemic Treaty and all that it entails.

There will be many distractions thrown at the Australian people this year, but as a nation we cannot lose sight of our independence. The safest thing to do would be a full withdrawal from the WHO. Their advice during Covid was incorrect and dangerous. Their behaviour facilitated medical cover-ups and severe abuses of power. They are not fit for purpose.

The draft Pandemic Treaty includes a proposal to allow health stakeholders such as vaccine companies to join WHO as a voting member with the same weight as a country like Australia. We will have vaccine companies voting to make vaccines compulsory and requiring mandatory vaccinations. This is madness.

The chains by which the WHO seek to bind Australia via the Pandemic Treaty are severe, with Article 24 making it illegal for a nation to withdrew without two years (plus one year of notice). That is more than long enough to crash an economy and traumatise a population.

When it comes to shadow politics, the Pandemic Treaty is too dangerous to slip by unnoticed.

Malcolm Roberts is a One Nation Senator for Queensland.
Tritumi 1k posts, incept 2008-11-29
2023-01-19 09:16:28

National sovereignty is established by the Constitution and, more to the point, the willingness to enforce it, where force is the means.

I see absolutely no reason to assume those in power and the conditioned mass believe the previous sentence.
Shadowmask 4k posts, incept 2021-05-24
2023-01-19 09:16:35

Should be, but how many are complacent enough and will go along to get along?

Look at masks.

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Tickerguy 192k posts, incept 2007-06-26
2023-01-19 09:17:57

@Adt well those allegedly "subject" to this can either start taking heads and posting them on fence posts or you can submit.

In the end "democracy" and "voting" is in the end saying "no" by peaceful means. If you say "no" and they do it anyway then you have a choice to make and you either demonstrate that the "no" was real or it will keep happening until you're dead.

It's not complicated, really.

The difference between "kill" and "murder" is that murder, as a subset of kill, is undeserved by the deceased.

Boredfree 1k posts, incept 2021-09-15
2023-01-19 09:25:43

The challenge is to stop the politicians from enabling the UN to do this.

There is a lot of aluminum foil post regarding UN plans for controlling America. I used to find such post laughable, but these days...

I'm beginning to believe the 'migrants' illegal invaders being shipped further north by states might actually be the shock troops sent to repress us.

Why did our gay, Democratic governor(Colorado) send his share of these men off to other blue states? This certainly goes against the grain of his political party. What did he gain?

How often have conservative voters been screwed by supposed conservative politicians? Don't you ever feel a bit like Charlie Brown trying to kick a football held by Lucy? Hasn't Trump's psuedo conservative presidency been enough of a wakeup that the people in power are laughing at you?

Certainly, the way our Nation reacted (politically and personally) to Covid shouldn't make you feel safe as a conservative.

The conservative's mindset is opposed to organizing. I don't want to force my beliefs or anything else upon others. This is the core of being conservative. It's easy for us to live and let live, that is until our personal line in the sand is crossed. Unfortunately, this line in the sand is different for different conservatives. Hence our challenge finding consensus when faced with so many different threats at once.

I'm not a joiner by nature. Groupthink frightens me - no, repels me. People make stupid decisions as a group. If I do something stupid, I know I'm to blame. Group stupidity is far more dangerous because people will go against their beliefs to get along with the group. Crazy as it seems this is how humans are wired.

Our opponents aren't like this. They have the bully mindset, a like-minded group makes them feel stronger, empowered. They have learned not to think as an individual, but to feel as the group feels. They flutter here and there, a murmuration of bird-brained beliefs flying through their mind.

As long as populations grow, the groupthink will continue unchecked. This will eventually either be our downfall or our chance at creating a god. I'd bet on the former.

What will be, will be.

The problem is most people want to point a finger rather than their thumb when dealing with challenges.
Eleua 21k posts, incept 2007-07-05
2023-01-19 10:20:45

The conservative's mindset is opposed to organizing.

Oh, yeah. Definitely, and this is why we lose.

"Conservatives" won every debate for 60 years, and still lost every political battle. Why? Nobody on the Left gives a shit about logic or debate - they are about winning, and they win because they are organized.


I find this entire argument about the hierarchy over how people dodged the jab to be emblematic of why we lose.

There was no organized resistance. Yes, it was repressed by the .gov and ghoulish corporate media, but at the end of the day, there was no organized resistance.

Nobody had any reasonable expectation that anyone else would back their play, so it was every man for himself.

Anyone that got cut down trying to resist was met with, "Wow, that sucks, man...sorry to hear about it. Hope you find a new job. Next time, be debt free."

If there was an organized resistance, that would change things mightily. The Right had better learn this, and really damned quick. As of now, the standard right-of-center NPC waves his flag and waxes on about his principles. He will do so as the body-positive, pink haired, diversity hire loads him onto a boxcar. He will sing about his high ideals, all the way to the train yard. When "they" open the train doors, and the conservative NPC sees the trench and bulldozer, he will hold his head high that he was true to all the debates he had in college about how collectivism will never work.

Perhaps the only hope he has is that flash of regret that, just maybe, he should have given some thought as to outcome, versus process, as he stares down the barrel of that AK with the dead-eyed, 4'-10" Guatemalan behind it. In the last second of his life, he takes value in knowing that he was morally right sticking to his "rugged individualism" and the fact that the Left were the "real racists."

...and with that, his idealism is buried to the sound of a diesel engine pushing the soil he refused to defend, out of principal, over his bloody corpse.

The New America is born.

Diversity + proximity = WAR

-They wanted camps; I want ropes.
Speedpolkabrewer 109 posts, incept 2019-05-12
2023-01-19 10:40:51

Maybe I'm a bad judge of character. Every single one of my friends caved to the shots. And not at the end of the year under threat of job ending mandates. No, right at the beginning, first in line kind of shit. I shook my head and have walked away. These are guys I used to talk to daily, for 20 years. My circle has shrunk to my immediate family.

Of course, every single member of my family also couldn't wait to get shot up. My dad, who for all my life was a far right republican, was on time for every shot and booster. Tried his best to pressure me to get it. Told him to get bent. Then switched to the tactic of pressing my teenage girls. That brought the banhammer out. Forbade any contact with him. Dead to me. Last I heard, had covid 4 times, and now has an afib issue.

Ever single one of my coworkers are boosted once at least. All true believers.

So I am on an island. I cannot name another person outside my wife and 2 girls, even by 3 degrees of separation, who is not shot up.

This community is my reality and sanity check. I am a stubborn SOB, so there was never any chance of me bending, but you guys and gals at least let me know I'm not alone in my shouting into the void. Thanks
Mrunivac 2 posts, incept 2023-01-19
2023-01-19 10:41:24

Long-time lurker, first time poster here. Thanks for providing this great forum and site Karl. You and Vox Day are the two biggest reasons why I held out against insane pressure from nearly everyone and never took the clot shot.

I'd like to understand why applying for a religious exemption is equivalent to getting a fake card or worse, complying, because it doesn't make sense to me. My company tried implementing a mandate and I went down this path. I also made it clear to everyone at the highest levels that I would force them to fire me before I'd take the shot, and that my jumping to a competitor was guaranteed if some HR Karen denied my exemption. I was fully prepared to be unemployed or flip burgers if it came to that. My wife wasn't happy since we have a young son, but she eventually got on board.

It's all well and good to dig in and say "GF, you have no right to ask," but I don't see how it's wrong to pursue an acceptable means of getting what you want (no vax) over starting with an ultimatum and potentially getting whacked immediately.
Samiam 73 posts, incept 2021-05-11
2023-01-19 10:41:59

My only allies in all of this madness has been the people I've found on the internet. My husband, who I thought would breeze right thru this w/o a beat or hesitation on his part fell after the first year. Even after I begged him repeatedly not to. To wait just one more year. My head is still reeling from that one. I've had family members who I thought were sisters from another mother pressure me to tell my son to take the shots, even after he had just had a severe reaction to the shot he needed to take to get into college to begin with (menningitis I think). Her rational was that he wouldn't have any friends if he didn't take the shot. My response was that they were not real friends to begin with if that was all it took for them to turn their backs on him. He held firm thru it all and got himself a religious exemption so he hasn't taken one. Unfortunately, his girlfriend has :( My heart breaks knowing what he may be facing in the future b/c she truly is a beautiful person both inside and out.

I pleaded with the two people here who I thought were my best friends and they both told me that I didn't know what I was talking about but that we could still be friends. I don't have a degree in science, you see, so my opinion doesn't matter. One actually told me he'd believe my husband over me b/c my hubby works for big Pharma and he knows what he is talking about. He at least said he wouldn't have his kids given the shots. The other got her oldest at least one b4 Sweden stopped that shit...

They are still my friends since I really don't have many here but not as close as we had been. That's one of the good things about Sweden. No one really goes around talking about it anymore...

One person who was all in on the vax passports two years ago and said she'd have no problem with my not being able to fly anymore b/c I didn't take the shot actually went home to the UK for Christmas this year with a raging case of the flu of some kind! Temperature and everything! But she took a test b4 she left and it was negative so no biggie...although, she did say that even if she had tested positive she might have gone anyway. What a stab in the back that was to me...but hey, whatever floats your boat right?

Now, I'm living for each day and not worrying about tomorrow b/c I have no clue what I can do from here to stop whatever may be coming down the pipe. I send substack articles to my kids and my hubby so that he doesn't think I'm trying to brainwash the kids behind his back but they never respond to what I send unless I ask a specific question about what the article contained. It has truly become the pink elephant dancing en pointe in the middle of the room for our family.

As to getting a fake card, don't think that will help. There's a trial going on in Germany now accusing one of their elder care workers of causing the deaths of some patients at the facility she worked for. A doctor, remembering her stance on the shots b4 she produced her card looked up the lot numbers, etc. and determined that she hadn't gotten the shots so now she's on trial for murder...

I pray daily for an end to this madness but have decided to live life joyfully while I can and place my worries in God's hands...
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