President Biden ordered the American people to “get vaccinated or wear a mask until you do.”
Translation: roll-up your sleeve and take experimental gene-therapy that turns your cells into vaccine producing factories. Otherwise, you will not breathe fresh air as nature intended. You will inhale your own exhaust. You will publicly identify yourself as a threat.
Where did this dangerous, twisted, tyrannical policy emerge from?
It began with CDC research into why many people didn’t see the point in getting vaccinated:
In a survey from January 2021, one in five people reported being less likely to get vaccinated if they heard that they will need to continue to wear a mask and practice social distancing even after getting vaccinated(VaxCalc archive of CDC page)
CDC figured out how to pressure the unvaccinated:
Among unvaccinated respondents, almost half are motivated to get vaccinated by CDC’s efforts to roll back some mitigation measures for fully vaccinated people, stating that they’d be more likely to get vaccinated knowing that fully vaccinated people could now resume small private gatherings with other fully vaccinated people(VaxCalc archive of CDC page)
And then made pressuring the unvaccinated by withholding freedom an “important goal”:
relaxing certain prevention measures for fully vaccinated people may be a powerful motivator for vaccination, and thus should be an important goal of the U.S. vaccination program.(VaxCalc archive of CDC page)
A study in manipulation
In July 2020, a Yale University did a study on Covid messaging to discover how to best manipulate the public into getting vaccinated.
This is one of the messages they tested: “COVID-19 is limiting people’s personal freedom and by working together to get enough people vaccinated society can preserve its personal freedom.”
This is now in full force.
Here’s a recent example from The Washington Post:
They [the unvaccinated] should continue to wear their masks, keep their distance and avoid risky situations — even as they see their vaccinated brethren enjoying their newfound freedom.https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/2021/04/19/this-is-most-dangerous-moment-be-unvaccinated/
You’ve seen it in your workplace, at grocery stores, everywhere you go: get vaccinated or wear a mask.
Fight back TODAY with these 3 actions!
Find a tribe that knows how to defend and preserve itself.
The most important thing to do now: make sure that you are not alone, that you have friends and a community of like-minded people standing with you.
If you already have this on a social media platform, such as a Facebook group, start planning now about how you will get back in contact if your group is shutdown. Email lists and Facebook groups are shutdown without warning.
I highly recommend becoming part of the VaxCalc Forum community. We are the best place for long-term, never-going-away, vaccine-risk discussions and community support. We can provide this because we control the platform.
Here’s how you can join: create a free VaxCalc account or sign in to your existing account. Right after signing in, you’ll see an option to send yourself a VaxCalc Forum email invite. It’s that simple.
Never stop learning!
Next, be sure that you have a program that you’ve designed to increase your knowledge every single day. This is more important than ever before. Crowd out fear-soaked propaganda with deep historical knowledge.
DTP Vaccine Roulette, the Emmy Award winning documentary produced by Lea Thompson at WRC-TV in Washington DC in April 1982, is a great place to start.
Protect yourself from the average doctor’s cartoon advice by discovering the history of vaccine injury in America.
As James Madison wrote in 1822: “Knowledge will forever govern ignorance; and a people who mean to be their own governors must arm themselves with the power which knowledge gives.”
VaxCalc was created for the modern version of “a people who mean to be their own governors”
Build your healthcare roundtable.
Reduce your dependence upon our broken healthcare system gatekeepers and toll collectors. Keep building your healthcare roundtable.
3 actions make all the difference
Five, ten years from now, you will look back and see these three actions as some of the most important things you ever did: