An hour ago, I got the following email ping into my inbox:
Dear Reuven and Rivka,
I hope that you guys are all well. [Daughter’s name] got engaged back on June 4th. I’m really, really truly sorry but I just saw that our previous messages to you didn’t send.
BS”H the wedding will be on [Date]. I hope that you & Reuven will be able to attend.
Please note that we are only inviting people that have been vaccinated.
-[Name of old friend]
Here’s what I sent back:
Wow, so very pleased for you all, please give a ‘mazal tov’ to [daughter’s name]. He looks very nice, and she looks very happy.Reuven and I aren’t vaccinated, and that’s not going to change any time soon.So sadly, we can’t attend the wedding.If you change your mind, we’d love to come, but I understand that’s unlikely.Sending you love,R
I’ve known this person for around 15 years.
Last year, I got into a massive fight with this friend about face masks.
I really like this person.
But now, I guess not.
There is so much information building up about how many people are dying from this shot, how many people are experiencing serious side effects, how many women are losing their babies in ‘spontaneous abortions’ in the first and second trimester (82%, according to a study that came out in the New England Medical Journal) – and of course, how many vaccinated people appear to be getting seriously sick from the so-called ‘Delta’ variant of COVID.
I could send my friend a million and one articles to look at.
I could tell her all about ‘DNA Origami’ and magnetic, remote-controlled nanobots, and evil agendas to radically reduce the planet’s population, and all the rest of it.
But I’m not going to.
Because there is no point.
She has her version of reality, and I have mine.
And I guess I won’t be going to her kid’s wedding, as a result of ‘vaccine apartheid’, and I guess that – even though everyone else will be FULLY vaccinated – she just doesn’t trust that vaccine enough to let one ‘unvaccinated’ person slip through the net and…. do what, exactly?
Infect all those vaccinated people with the COVID that the vaccine is meant to be protecting them from?
(Eyes roll back in the head.)
Her kid isn’t getting married for a couple of months.
A lot of things can change in that time.
A lot more information can come out about what’ really going on here -and the side effects of this experimental gene therapy pretending to be a vaccine.
A lot more people can finally wake up, and realise that COVID was never about fighting a disease, but only and always about trying to control humanity.
If my friend is one of them, then maybe I’ll get to go to that wedding after all.
But I’m not holding my breath.
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