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Just Because You Know You Won’t Get the Jab Doesn’t Mean You Shouldn’t Spread the Truth
A recent communication with one of our listeners here at The JD Rucker Political Report on America Out Loud Talk Radio really concerned me. The gist of it was that most of our audience is already well aware of the inefficacy and dangers of the Covid-19 vaccines, so there’s no need to talk about it anymore.
He also told me that he didn’t care if others got the jab. If they did, that’s on them. I completely agree that people should have a choice even if we know they’re making a bad one, but I disagree with not caring. We definitely need to care, and not just in a “love your neighbor” sort of fashion. I’ll explain why below, but first, I want to add a caveat about choice.
It’s not yours or my responsibility to make sure people have all the information they need in able to give informed consent to get the jabs. That’s on them, and if they made the decision to get injected without having the full picture, we aren’t to blame. We’ve been screaming about it for a while. With that said, we should continue to try to spread the truth to as many people as possible because we’re going to need allies.
Most people are aware that the jabs don’t stop infection. Some know that the jabs don’t prevent people from spreading the infection. Even fewer are aware that the jabs do not seem to give the defense against hospitalization or deaths that government and corporate media continue to claim today. And very few seem to know that the jabs are damaging the immune system and forcing their bodies to become dependent on more jabs in order to fight off even the least harmful variants.
We need to inform as many people as possible because when the truth starts to come out based on so many deaths that they can no longer cover it all up, they’re not going to suddenly say, “Oh, the anti-vaxxers were right! We should have listened to them all along!”
I know a lot of people picture this happening, but it won’t. The powers-that-be will use the rising deaths induced by the vaccines and weakened immune systems to BLAME THE UNVACCINATED. That’s going to happen. That’s how they work. They aren’t going to accept responsibility for the lies they perpetrated in their quest to jab every man, woman, and child on earth. Instead, they will come up with some story about how the variants caused by the unvaccinated (which is scientifically impossible, but that won’t stop them from lying) are the real reason that so many people are suddenly dying from even minor infections.
We need as many people as possible to be aware that the more jabs they take, the more they’ll become dependent on them because their own immune systems won’t be working the same as before. This will help us to get more allies, and we’ll need as many as we can get. People will be angry and both corporate media and government will point at us to be their targets.
Like I said, it’s not our responsibility to inform them. However, it does behoove us to spread the truth as much as possible now because when the narrative blows up, the shift will not be favorable to us any more than it’s favorable to us now. If you think we’re vilified in the current scenario, imagine how much we’ll be blamed when things get really, really bad.
In the second segment, I discussed hobbies that people should consider taking up as we appear to be heading towards food shortages and possible financial collapse. The third segment was about placing blame on the warmongers who continue to call for WWIII. Have a great weekend!
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