I'm pretty sure that we all want to get on with life.
Most of the people I know who got vaccinated did so not because they were worried about getting C-19 but because they wanted normal back.
They want to work, travel, socialize, and do all the communal things that make us human.
And that was the promise made, the dangled carrot.
I feel for them.
It's not easy to step back, think critically about what's being asked or demanded of us, and choose to sacrifice the things we love to do or even feel we need to do.
And why should we?
Because that is the position the government has put us in.
In an unprecedented push to force people into an unproven medical treatment, the government has taken away our inherent freedom to work, travel, socialize, and worship.
These rights were never theirs to take, but as a result we must take up our responsibility to educate ourselves and make informed decisions.
The consequences for not doing so are huge.
Dr. Byram Bridle is a viral immunologist who was one of the vaccine researchers working to develop a Sars-CoV-2 vaccine to prevent C-19.
He's also one of a group of international scientists who got access to Pfizer's confidential report required by the Japanese government, and, as a result, dropped the spike protein bombshell back in May of this year.
Since the attempts to censor, discredit, and debunk Dr. Bridle and his findings have been enormous, you may have missed his shocking announcement, which was first made on a local Canadian radio show.
Despite the fact that Dr. Bridle is a renowned virologist, his own University of Guelph, where he is a professor, has banned him from campus -- because he's unvaccinated.
Hard to believe?
I checked out the U of G's own statement of their protocols on their website HERE.
Dr. Bridle doesn't exaggerate.
In fact, he excluded a few things -- like daily C-19 screenings.
According to anecdotal Twitter responses to my video, U of G is not the only culprit creating unconstitutional and oppressive learning environments.
(There's also last week's post about the University of Western Ontario's firing of Ethics Professor, Dr. Julie Ponesse.)
I'll leave it to you to search out other institutes of higher learning, should you be so inclined.
In the meantime, here are today's common sense questions:
Why aren't these vaccinated students allowed to get back to normal?
Why aren't all of us?
If the shot is safe and effective, why do the vaccinated need to be protected from the unvaccinated -- and from each other?
Does any of this sound, well, sound?
Does any of it sound like it's about health?
Is this the kind of education we want for our youth?
(This last question may be rhetorical.)
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