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Canadian artist and counter-jihad and freedom of speech activist as well as devout Schrödinger's catholic

10 Replies to “Reiner Fuellmich speaks to psychologist on the mechanics of why people follow the Covid/Vaxx narratives”

  1. – Separating the wheat from the chaff –

    **Happy holidays – now go away! Nearly two-thirds of vaccinated Americans plan to BAN unvaccinated family members from holiday gatherings”

    The study by OnePoll surveyed 2,000 Americans in an effort to provide insight into how the COVID-19 vaccine has impacted people’s relationships

    The staggering findings mirror the national divide that the COVID-19 pandemic has further exacerbated

    Of the 65 percent surveyed individuals who reported being fully vaccinated, 58 percent said they’ve cut off family members who have refused the jab

    ‘That separation between politics and life is what we’re losing, and it is a terrible thing to lose,’ said Andrew Sullivan during a 60 Minutes interview airing Sunday

    Fifty-three percent said the vaccine has completely divided their families, and 56 percent anticipate having arguments about the vaccine during the holidays

    Nearly 67 percent of those polled said they felt they couldn’t go home for the holidays without being vaccinated first, while 22 percent of unvaccinated respondents have already been excluded from all family gatherings.

    Sixty-three of the vaccinated surveyed don’t feel comfortable inviting unvaccinated relatives to their parties and almost half of unvaccinated respondents have stopped communicating with family members who don’t understand why they refuse the shot.

    On the other hand, 14 percent of survey respondents don’t plan to ever get the shot but feel as though their reasons for opting out of it have been dismissed and diminished by family members who are vaccinated.

    One respondent said they ‘don’t trust the vaccine is safe,’ while others were concerned about side effects and thought the vaccine ‘was rushed and people who are getting vaccinated are still getting sick.’


  2. “The way to handle people is to treat them like chickens. Take away everything they have by plucking all their feathers and then throw them a few bread crumbs. They will then follow you forever.” ~ Joseph Stalin

    Nuremberg 2.0

  3. What a fantastic discussion. I have been questioning the reality of this reality for over fifty years. People would rather believe a lie than believe they were fooled. Sharing with some wish I could share with many others but you cannot tell people they must discover for themselves.

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