Jim Murray

4 months ago ·

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One of the things we are learning about Covid is just how many genuinely stupid people there are in the world, when you consider the massive number of people refusing to be vaccinated for reasons as yet unknown. In a way, this is a positive, because as the cultures of the world move forward, it has to be helpful to know just how much dead weight all the non-idiots have to carry. Of course there's the downside of it all in that none of us can ever truly feel free to resume our 'normal' lives as long as there are that many idiots lurking about. I would hope that these idiots would smarten up and get a grip on reality. But that's the thing about stupid. You can be stupid and not really know it...cause you're stupid.

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Jim Murray

3 months ago #2

#1 Yeah, there's a whole movement of people out there with that same point of view. Mine is better safe than sorry. Getting vaccinated can't hurt, if you are healthy and don't have a predisposition to something in it.

Debesh Choudhury

3 months ago #1

Listen to what Dr. Robert Malone, the inventor of mRNA vaccine technology, says: https://www.bitchute.com/video/XTcKFAOZM7cW/

The medical industry is selling an experimental vaccine, which has not yet completed its clinical trial, a lucrative business.


I also share a research channel of Dr. Sam Bailey, a medical doctor from New Zealand, https://odysee.com/@drsambailey:c

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