The Vaccinated vs. Unvaccinated Divide thread

Viktor Zeegelaar

Pelican
Orthodox Inquirer
Yep. And I know you're not American, but I'd like to pivot here to point out that Benjamin Franklin mentioned that the Constitution of the United States was wholly inadequate for an immoral and unrighteous people. It certainly explains why the American public has allowed the Constitution to get trampled over so much. We who desire freedom have never been the majority. Even the American Revolutionary War was fought by a minority of men, and everybody else was sort of just along for the ride.

That can be construed as a white or a black pill. The black pill part is that we're a minority. The white pill is that even as a minority, we have historically been able to achieve results. In fact, with how much difficulty they are having with pushing vaccine tyranny on us, that is a testament to the steadfastness of the freedom-loving minority. That despite being a minority, we are still a massive thorn in their side, a huge wrench in their gearworks.

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Amen brother. Let the chips fall where they may and let the righteous and unrighteous identify themselves.
 

budoslavic

Owl
Orthodox
Gold Member
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Enoch

Ostrich
This looks like a losing, defensive position. The judge only stayed it b/c of how it impacts the handicapped? What about everyone else?
 

RomikJan

Robin
Orthodox
So about ten years ago or so put my resume on monster. I never log in to it, I don't even know what my account it or how to get my resume out of there. However every like 6 months or so a desperate recruiter would find my resume on monster and shoot me an email offering me a job. Again it used to be rare like I said two maybe three times a year. No joke guys, over the last 2-3 days I legit get one every hour. They are scrambling to find workers. Best of luck to them.
 

Grow Bag

Kingfisher
Nurse colleagues wish the unvaccinated should die:
What this nurse is reporting on are the final stages of a conditioning process that started in earnest in March 2020. Healthcare (as well as the police and enforcement agencies) professionals have been tested to not only abandon reason, but the law and their ethical code too. Lines were drawn then redrawn continuously by government appointed psychologists (the SAGE panel in the UK and equivalent in other countries) in order to make everyone involved complicit in the crime. At all stages these professionals had the option, the moral imperative, to resign, but they did not. Out of self-interest they chose to believe the rationales and deceitful narrative of authorities in order to keep their comfortable lifestyles. They have crossed the Rubicon and there's no going back. They are war criminals now, but instead they project criminality onto those who refused to comply. They are now conditioned to be fully onboard with what comes next.
 

budoslavic

Owl
Orthodox
Gold Member

One Third Of Vaccinated Americans Have Cut Ties With The Unvaccinated, Poll Finds​

More than 30% of vaccinated Americans have in some way stopped socializing with friends, family members or acquaintances because they’re unvaccinated against Covid-19, a new Harris poll finds, one of a number of growing consequences against those who continue to resist the shot.

Key Facts
  • The poll, conducted September 10-12 among 1,920 U.S. adults, found a combined 33% of vaccinated respondents had in some way “cut ties or ended relationships with” at least some unvaccinated people in their lives.
  • Of those, 8% said they “do not intend on socializing with them again,” 11% said they’ve cut ties but would see them again if they get the shot and 14% still speak to the unvaccinated person, but will not see them in person.
  • A further 27% said they haven’t cut ties but it “upsets” them that the unvaccinated person won’t get the shot, while 39% haven’t cut ties and believe it’s a “personal choice.”
  • The biggest groups to have taken steps against the unvaccinated people in their lives are Gen Z respondents (47% have in some way cut ties), Millennials (53%), Democrats (46%), people who live in the western U.S. (43%), Americans in urban areas (48%) and people who are employed (42%).
  • Of those who are vaccinated but have family members that aren’t, 41% said they have “regularly” tried to change their minds and persuade them to get the shot, while 26% said they have tried but “gave up.”
  • Among those that have tried to talk to their family member, only 18% said they successfully persuaded them to get the shot and 25% had family members that were “receptive” and are now considering vaccination, but 16% said it started an argument and 41% said they were unwilling to change their mind but both sides found “common ground.”
Big Number
76%. That’s the percentage of vaccinated respondents with unvaccinated family members who are very or somewhat concerned their loved ones aren’t vaccinated, regardless of whether or not they’re keeping them in their lives.

Tangent
The most prominent person so far to say she’s cut unvaccinated people out of her life is actor Jennifer Aniston, who said in an August interview with InStyle magazine she had “lost a few people in my weekly routine who have refused or did not disclose” their vaccination status. “It's tricky because everyone is entitled to their own opinion — but a lot of opinions don't feel based in anything except fear or propaganda,” Aniston said, calling the fact there are still a “large number of” people opposed to vaccination “a real shame.”

Key Background
The share of vaccinated Americans who have cut ties with the unvaccinated has gone up since a Harris poll conducted August 6-8 found only 30% of vaccinated Gen Z respondents, 33% of Millennials, 9% of Gen X and 7% of Baby Boomers had cut ties—compared with 47%, 53%, 31% and 18% now, respectively. The poll comes as governments, businesses and others have imposed an increasing number of vaccination restrictions and penalties against the unvaccinated to try and boost vaccination rates, including requirements for people to show proof of vaccination at public places, vaccine mandates for employees and more narrow measures like Delta Air Lines now charging unvaccinated employees $200 more for health insurance each month. A number of unvaccinated people have now lost their jobs as a result, including some more high-profile people like Broadway star Laura Osnes, who had to bow out of a recent performance that required vaccinations, and multiple sports coaches who have refused the shot.
 

GuitarVH

Woodpecker
Orthodox Inquirer
The most prominent person so far to say she’s cut unvaccinated people out of her life is actor Jennifer Aniston, who said in an August interview with InStyle magazine she had “lost a few people in my weekly routine who have refused or did not disclose” their vaccination status. “It's tricky because everyone is entitled to their own opinion — but a lot of opinions don't feel based in anything except fear or propaganda,” Aniston said, calling the fact there are still a “large number of” people opposed to vaccination “a real shame.”

So Jennifer Aniston thinks the people NOT following the unprecedented media propaganda about getting vaxxed are actually basing their opinions ON propaganda.

FYI gentlemen: that cute, innocent girl from Friends and Leprechaun wants you out of her life if you're not in her Satanic cult. Doesn't sound very friendly.
 

get2choppaaa

Pelican
So Jennifer Aniston thinks the people NOT following the unprecedented media propaganda about getting vaxxed are actually basing their opinions ON propaganda.

FYI gentlemen: that cute, innocent girl from Friends and Leprechaun wants you out of her life if you're not in her Satanic cult. Doesn't sound very friendly.
Well ... She's certainly seen better days so I'm not sure what anyone would listen to her for.

Plus didnt she get with Lumberg?
 
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