Ask yourself a question:
Do you want to live, or do you want to die?
Is loyalty to a cult or "tribe" or whatever worth dying for?
Is it worth the price of your life?
It's no different than Jim Jones asking you to drink his cyanide spiked Kool-Aid just to prove your loyalty to him and his cult.
But Jim Jones and most of his followers are dead.
Stop lying to yourself.
The SARS-CoV-2 virus is real.
COVID-19, the disease that it causes when it infects and hijacks the body to reproduce itself, is real.
The vaccines that were developed to treat COVID-19 are real.
The vaccine can't turn you into a magnet. Nothing can do that.
The vaccine can't "track you." Besides, there's no need. You allow private companies to do that already when you don't pay attention to the fine print on the apps on your phone that require GPS tracking to be turned on to use them.
The vaccine won't make you sterile, make your hair fall out, turn you into a zebra, a monkey, fish or any animal a'la "The Island Of Dr. Moreau."
Drinking sheep drench, eating horse paste, drinking bleach, swimming pool or aquarium cleaner, putting a UV light down your throat or up your rear, taking hydroxychloroquine or breathing caustic chlorine, carbonic acid, or hydrogen peroxide will *not* kill the virus in your body if you're infected. Only the vaccine will.
All you have to do is wear a mask and get the vaccine. That's it.
These people went to their deaths denying the virus.
Don't let this be you.
Don't turn yourself into a corpse on a slab in the morgue that even the morticians won't want to touch.
It's not worth it.https://www.washingtonpost.com/nation/2021/09/24/michigan-doctor-plea-unvaccinated/
Doctor who has lost over 100 patients to covid says some deny virus from their deathbeds: ‘I don’t believe you’
Matthew Trunsky is used to people being angry at him.
As a pulmonologist and director of the palliative care unit at a Beaumont Health hospital in southeastern Michigan, Trunsky sees some of the facility’s sickest patients and is often the bearer of bad news.
He gets it. No one is prepared to hear a loved one is dying.
But when a well-regarded intensive care unit nurse told him during a recent shift that the wife of an unvaccinated covid patient had berated her when she informed the woman of her husband’s deteriorating condition, Trunsky, who has lost more than 100 patients to the coronavirus, reached his breaking point.
When he got home that evening, he made himself a sandwich and opened Facebook.
Still sporting his black scrubs, he began to vent. He wrote about a critically ill patient who disputed his covid-19 diagnosis. Another threatened to call his lawyer if he wasn’t given ivermectin, an anti-parasite drug that is not approved for treating covid. A third, Trunsky wrote, told the doctor they would rather die than take one of the vaccines.
One demanded a different doctor. “I don’t believe you,” he told the physician.
The physician added: “Of course the answer was to have been vaccinated — but they were not and now they’re angry at the medical community for their failure
Trunsky’s post detailing his interactions with eight covid patients and their relatives highlights the resistance and mistreatment some health-care workers across the United States face while caring for patients who have put off or declined getting vaccinated. Trunsky estimates that 9 out of every 10 covid patients he treats are unvaccinated.
Trunsky, 55, empathizes with other burned-out medical workers.
“We are physically tired as a whole, me included, and we are emotionally exhausted. … I don’t think a week goes by that I don’t see someone pass away,” he told The Washington Post.
Early into the pandemic, Trunsky spent about four hours a day calling patients’ families to update them on their loved ones’ status. Some of those conversations still affect him, like the time he called a woman to share the news that her father had died. “I’m sorry I can’t take your call right now‚” he recalled her telling him. “We’re burying my mother.”
Another time, when calling a woman to report her brother was dying, the woman — before Trunsky said anything — answered with, “Look, my mother died, my father died, my brother died and I don’t want any bad news.”
But what makes him sadder, he told The Post, “are the ones I don’t remember.” He has lost too many patients during the global pandemic to recall them all.
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