The Vaccinated vs. Unvaccinated Divide thread

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Crow
Trad Catholic
Gold Member
Pro-choice, not anti-vax.
Pureblood, not unvaccinated.
Personnally I tell them I'm pro-Nuremberg Code.

Meaning I reject the State-enforced experiment of medicines on unwilling people. So that the Horrors of Nazism will not repeat.

After which I ask them, wide-eyed and shocked, if they are in favor of forceful medical experiments, and therefore, Hitlers-Literally.
 

budoslavic

Eagle
Orthodox
Gold Member




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Hummingbird
Other Christian
Gold Member
Police blocking christmas market in Nice from unvaccinated. I don't want to hear excuses like we've got to follow orders anymore. If you're doing this, you're on the side of unrighteousness, the wrong side. Period. No excuses from the police or anyone else as a matter of fact.

Easy for me to say, but to engage in civil disobedience in this situation, the protestors need to line up in single file and then, one at a time or in twos, attempt to enter the market and force the police to knock them all down and arrest every single one of them. That goes the extra mile to highlight the absurdity of the situation.
 

Elipe

Pelican
Protestant
Easy for me to say, but to engage in civil disobedience in this situation, the protestors need to line up in single file and then, one at a time or in twos, attempt to enter the market and force the police to knock them all down and arrest every single one of them. That goes the extra mile to highlight the absurdity of the situation.
Enjoy being labeled as a domestic terrorist. It's your word against the media's. This isn't like the 1960s black civil disobedience with full media backing to emotionally blackmail white people.

Emotional blackmailing won't work on the ethnocentric and unempathetic new neighbors our rulers have been hard at work in importing, and the media won't be signal boosting it either like they did in the 1960s.

Also, the jabbed will call for your blood. They're really, really proud of their shackles made of pure, shiny gold.
 

Cuchulainn2016

Woodpecker
Enjoy being labeled as a domestic terrorist. It's your word against the media's. This isn't like the 1960s black civil disobedience with full media backing to emotionally blackmail white people.

Emotional blackmailing won't work on the ethnocentric and unempathetic new neighbors our rulers have been hard at work in importing, and the media won't be signal boosting it either like they did in the 1960s.

Also, the jabbed will call for your blood. They're really, really proud of their shackles made of pure, shiny gold.
You know the old story about the slaves, right?

If the punishment for being late is death, and the punishment for rebellion is death, if you are already late, then why not rebel?
 

Samseau

Owl
Orthodox
Gold Member
Another way to resist is simply not to spend money at places that enforce vaxes. This is more effective than people think. There are so many unvaxxed in America that many businesses fear enforcing vax mandates on either their workforces or customers. Many businesses are seriously hurting because of lockdowns, so for them to lose even more money is unfeasible.

Simply walk away from any place that has vax madness... for now. If it gets to the point where grocery stores are staffed with cops armed with SMG's then we are in trouble, and rebellion will be the only choice left. But, otherwise, shopping only at places that respect human dignity is a perfect non-violent way to resist.
 

Elipe

Pelican
Protestant
You know the old story about the slaves, right?

If the punishment for being late is death, and the punishment for rebellion is death, if you are already late, then why not rebel?
That story doesn't imply sit-downs at grocery stores. Besides, @Samseau gets it. Unfortunately, I am not sure Europeans really have much of an option at this point. Those of us in America are very blessed to live in a place where there is sufficient pressure in favor of liberty to allow us to choose businesses that do not push vax mandates. There are many places in the US in which, if you didn't have access to the news, you wouldn't know that there was a mandate, less yet that there was even supposed to be a pandemic.

Despite all the evils America commits, I am grateful that our Lord is merciful. Surely, He knows that the heart of a great Christian nation beats beneath all the filth.
 

Viktor Zeegelaar

Hummingbird
Orthodox Inquirer
In Belgium those working in healthcare or elderly care without the vaccine will be fired from 1st of april 2022. So far the slogan "we do it for the healthcare and elderly". It's so dumb and at the same time impressive that they can keep this narrative going while taking these actions. Says a lot about a demoralized, confused and deluded population though.
 

doodydota

Sparrow
Catholic
Visited Belgium 4 years ago. It's not even one nation. This state is pure cancer. Refugees welcome. Yeah museums are great, but artists are Flemish anyway. It makes sense Belgium is the nest of the cosmopolitan European Union. And what's up with cutting off hands of your slaves, Belgium? You can't be more retarded than Belgium. Food sucks.
 

PolishCalifornian

Robin
Catholic
Visited Belgium 4 years ago. It's not even one nation. This state is pure cancer. Refugees welcome. Yeah museums are great, but artists are Flemish anyway. It makes sense Belgium is the nest of the cosmopolitan European Union. And what's up with cutting off hands of your slaves, Belgium? You can't be more retarded than Belgium. Food sucks.
I haven't been in years but it does seem to incorporate the worst aspects of the totalitarianism we see at airports and other highly centralized hubs on a nation-wide level. It's too small of a country to really get away from the evil. As bad as things look in places like Russia or even France, breathing room of a few hundred kilometers to get away from metropolitan centers seems like the best way to at least minimize contact with the beast system, short of places like the US where you actually have strong concentrations of white Christians willing to disregard mandates and other social controls.
 

redonion

Woodpecker
Today I got uninvited to a family Christmas party because I'm unvaxxed.

It's on my Dad's side of the family. I'm MUCH closer with my Mom's side and only see my Dad's side once a year at this event. They canceled last year due to COVID. I wasn't too jazzed about going anyway and at first I wasn't too upset about it. After thinking about it all day, it is kind of a bummer. It's sad that the world has come to this. The host (my aunt) is a pretty cool/funny person so it was a bit surprising. When I went in 2019 though I do remember her daughters talking about shit they heard on the Rachel Maddow show, so I wouldn't be surprised if the whole family has the liberal mind virus.

Nothing much else to say other than that it's sad the world has gotten to this point. The brainwashing and lack of critical thinking is simply off the charts. I'm thankful for this forum, a couple like-minded friends, and my supportive fiancé to know I'm not alone. There is a light at the end of this tunnel and when we reach it, it's going to be glorious.
 

cyborg1337

Robin
Muslim
Today I got uninvited to a family Christmas party because I'm unvaxxed.

It's on my Dad's side of the family. I'm MUCH closer with my Mom's side and only see my Dad's side once a year at this event. They canceled last year due to COVID. I wasn't too jazzed about going anyway and at first I wasn't too upset about it. After thinking about it all day, it is kind of a bummer. It's sad that the world has come to this. The host (my aunt) is a pretty cool/funny person so it was a bit surprising. When I went in 2019 though I do remember her daughters talking about shit they heard on the Rachel Maddow show, so I wouldn't be surprised if the whole family has the liberal mind virus.

Nothing much else to say other than that it's sad the world has gotten to this point. The brainwashing and lack of critical thinking is simply off the charts. I'm thankful for this forum, a couple like-minded friends, and my supportive fiancé to know I'm not alone. There is a light at the end of this tunnel and when we reach it, it's going to be glorious.

Sorry to hear that. One thing I've learned these past couple of years is how selfish and cowardly most people are.

The majority of these masked up, vaccinated are the same people that were selfishly emptying grocery stores at the start of the pandemic, did they ever think about anybody but themselves during that? No, they never did - they have taken vaccines for their own selfish (brainwashed ofcourse) reasons, not for soceity's benefit in the slightest, they just say that to make the unvaxxed feel bad and are quite happy for them to be put in Auschwitz style camps!
 

Viktor Zeegelaar

Hummingbird
Orthodox Inquirer
Today I got uninvited to a family Christmas party because I'm unvaxxed.

It's on my Dad's side of the family. I'm MUCH closer with my Mom's side and only see my Dad's side once a year at this event. They canceled last year due to COVID. I wasn't too jazzed about going anyway and at first I wasn't too upset about it. After thinking about it all day, it is kind of a bummer. It's sad that the world has come to this. The host (my aunt) is a pretty cool/funny person so it was a bit surprising. When I went in 2019 though I do remember her daughters talking about shit they heard on the Rachel Maddow show, so I wouldn't be surprised if the whole family has the liberal mind virus.

Nothing much else to say other than that it's sad the world has gotten to this point. The brainwashing and lack of critical thinking is simply off the charts. I'm thankful for this forum, a couple like-minded friends, and my supportive fiancé to know I'm not alone. There is a light at the end of this tunnel and when we reach it, it's going to be glorious.
Sad man, but your last sentence is spot on. Let those who are in and out of the system self select. It's a great screening mechanism: you don't have to do anything yourself.
 
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