"A fish can't see the water..."
Jennifer Margulis examines some likely motivations of those who lied to the public about the COVID vaccines.
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Some of us are immovable in our beliefs. Others constantly search out new information and change our minds about things.
Like everyone else, I have strong biases — I'm biased in favor of women being empowered to have their babies where and how they feel most comfortable (home birth anyone?!). I believe that kindness matters and that we should parent children gently and also be gentle with ourselves. And I also believe that medical doctors have an ethical responsibility to tell patients all of their options when it comes to making health decisions. And, I don’t like prejudice, misogyny, or hypocrisy.
I also strive, imperfectly, to be open-minded, and willing to listen to new information on any given subject, and to change my mind or refine my ideas based on new information
But changing a belief is very difficult. When scientists began realizing that the COVID-19 vaccines did not work to prevent COVID or stop its spread, instead of halting the vaccine program—which would have been the most scientific and healthiest choice—they changed the definition of vaccines.
You probably know this already: We’ve been lied to about masking, social distancing, and about the safety, efficacy, and necessity of mRNA vaccines.
But why? Why do people lie?
Before I answer this, I think we need to put aside our feeling that the public health officials and medical doctors who have been lying to us for two and a half years now are evil people doing Satan’s work.
Just for a moment, let’s give them all the benefit of the doubt. Let’s insist on believing that these are well-intentioned people who care as deeply about the nation’s health and any individual’s wellbeing as you and I do.
But, wait. If these aren't evil people perpetuating a depopulation agenda, then why are they lying, censoring science, and shutting down honest and open discussions about vaccine safety? (And if you got the vaccines and you’re feeling sorry you did so, how did you get so duped?)
1. A fish can’t see the water it swims in.
When you spend your life in an echo chamber, speaking only to people who share your beliefs, it doesn’t even cross your mind that you may be wrong. The idea that the human immune system is inherently flawed and that modern science must rescue it is so deeply engrained in the Big Pharma-funded world view that most people in medicine cannot even entertain the idea that there are ways to support healthy immunity that have nothing to do with vaccines.
2. They have too much skin in the game.
Follow the money. When everything you espouse not only resonates with all the people around you but also benefits you financially, professionally, and socially, it’s very hard to see anything else (see #1). The mRNA vaccines have generated mind-boggling amounts of money for the elite. C-section birth is much more lucrative for hospitals and doctors than vaginal birth, so of course that “emergency” C-section your doctor was paid double to perform was absolutely medically necessary. At least that’s what he thinks. Chronically ill people make big money for Big Medicine.
So if you're wondering who to trust and who to believe, I recommend finding out what hands are feeding them. The CDC takes a huge amount of money from Big Pharma. Big Pharma and other Big Industry are also funding most of our legacy media outlets.
Medical doctors also benefit enormously from giving vaccines. Ka-ching! Dissidents, on the other hand, usually have very little to gain and EVERYTHING to lose by speaking out against a broken system.
Sure, there are lots of snake oil salesmen in both camps. But most of the people fighting against forced vaccination have nothing to sell you and nothing to gain. Joshua Coleman came to Maine to speak at Health Choice Maine's Find Your Light conference. He was a regular Joe, happily and unquestioningly going along with the system. Until his son was permanently paralyzed by his toddler vaccinations. Otto, who's almost 13, has been unable to walk ever since. Parents like Joshua have nothing to gain from speaking up about vaccine safety; they get ridiculed, vilified, discriminated against, and shunned. Moderna and Pfizer employees want to buy luxury penthouses in Boston. Parents of children who have brain and immune damage from vaccines want to help other families avoid the unbelievable amounts of suffering they've gone through. THEIR children have already been damaged; now they’re fighting for YOURS. You decide who you want to believe.
3. Their oversized egos won’t let them stop lying.
If you agree with me that most people are trying to do good, then you will understand why it’s so hard for them to stop lying, to the public and to themselves. Admitting you’ve done something wrong, however inadvertently, is really painful. Your ego can’t let you recognize the truth. So in order to save your own face, you continue to perpetuate lies. Until, that is, the evidence against what you’ve been telling people—or a personal disaster—is so overwhelming that even your ego can no longer prevent you from seeing it.
Dr. Gregory Poland, M.D., is now suffering from life-disabling tinnitus, courtesy of the mRNA vaccines.
Dr. Michel Goldman, a Belgian immunologist who has been promoting vaccines his entire career, is having a resurgence of aggressive cancer, courtesy of the mRNA vaccines.
A mom who told me she used to ridicule “anti-vaxxers” on Twitter has a teenage son whose heart has been damaged by the mRNA vaccines.
All of these are insiders, people who have never had a reason to question medicine's cultural assumptions. But now they're facing a crisis of confidence. They may not see that the entire COVID-19 vaccine program needs to be halted, but they're beginning to understand—albeit slowly—that they’ve been horribly duped.
This got long. If you made it this far, thanks for reading. You may have noticed an empty inbox the last two Thursdays. I’ve been having a hard time keeping up with real-life events, article deadlines, editing work, as well as caring for a loved one having some health challenges. I haven’t quite been able to keep up with everything. Forgive me.
p.s. If you’re reading closely, you will have noticed that I have nothing to sell you but my thoughts and ideas.
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