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The vax tax pessimism is lame

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29239EDB-4D84-4831-9F57-1CAAB6DB95CB.jpegGuys. Get some hope! Take some dopaminergic icecream and chocolate, get that euphoria and start coming up with proactive ideas to save your family and the world! I have mine. Even if all it is is saying I’m gonna keep doing things for my family and have hope for whatever tomorrow holds... That’s a healthy start for the mind.

Seriously. This is literally the moment of lights out for humanity, and you can either make yourself the solution that saves a remnant of humans, or you can be a speed bump to the Masonic cabalistic antichrist Egyptologists!

I wanna be clear here, and have compassion where it’s warranted, there are some really difficult situations in some non-US places and I don’t wanna make light of that
 

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To be honest, I've been dealing with covid restrictions quite smoothly, but this tax on the unvaxxed is really bringing me close to the edge.

There's no law to protect us, nothing. It's days like this where I so wish I was in the US, despite being attacked, it's still the best country on planet earth.
 

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To be honest, I've been dealing with covid restrictions quite smoothly, but this tax on the unvaxxed is really bringing me close to the edge.

There's no law to protect us, nothing. It's days like this where I so wish I was in the US, despite being attacked, it's still the best country on planet earth.
Dang man. You have my sympathies. Are there any geographical hold outs of hardnosed rebellious rural people who generally let life keep going without enforcement? Finding any shop owners or merchants who do such, and frequenting them, I’ve found vital. In such regions you sometimes get local governments who don’t enforce, too.
 

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Dang man. You have my sympathies. Are there any geographical hold outs of hardnosed rebellious rural people who generally let life keep going without enforcement? Finding any shop owners or merchants who do such, and frequenting them, I’ve found vital. In such regions you sometimes get local governments who don’t enforce, too.

I was functioning fine until now despite vax passport virtually everywhere, but with this latest fine I may have reached my breaking point.
 

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View attachment 32254Guys. Get some hope! Take some dopaminergic icecream and chocolate, get that euphoria and start coming up with proactive ideas to save your family and the world! I have mine. Even if all it is is saying I’m gonna keep doing things for my family and have hope for whatever tomorrow holds... That’s a healthy start for the mind.

Seriously. This is literally the moment of lights out for humanity, and you can either make yourself the solution that saves a remnant of humans, or you can be a speed bump to the Masonic cabalistic antichrist Egyptologists!

I wanna be clear here, and have compassion where it’s warranted, there are some really difficult situations in some non-US places and I don’t wanna make light of that
At least for me- you are making a grand assumption.

Here on the forum I can process and then ruminate.
Yet my daily world is full of riches and joy.

Processing the tough possibilities, the hopes and fears- is a great form of “preparation”.

You may be naive. Or young. Or haven’t lived in a socialist / communist country. Or just have had a relatively comfortable life (as most of us have had here on RPF globally speaking).

I have the biggest Hope of all.
But that doesn’t negate my grief.
Especially for the children. My children.

Remember: Jesus wept.




Btw- would love to hear your plan.

Edit: clarity
 
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To be honest, I've been dealing with covid restrictions quite smoothly, but this tax on the unvaxxed is really bringing me close to the edge.

There's no law to protect us, nothing. It's days like this where I so wish I was in the US, despite being attacked, it's still the best country on planet earth.
Dang, that's horrendous. You may need to abandon ship. People are fleeing to conservative states in droves because their governor has made a stance to protect liberty. They have been fighting in NYC for many months thankfully employers are being allowed to keep employees who have taken a religious exemption, except in healthcare, I believe they all have to be vaxxed. Even in Cali the governor is being a bit more lenient on forcing kids to be vaxxed. He's holding off and allowing exemptions which they had taken away for all the other childhood vaccines. But he's up for re election so I'm sure that's a significant factor. So all in all liberty is still alive in the US and I am appalled at the totalitarian ways of other countries. We honestly don't have much of a plan if my husband's employer said he has to vaccinate other than try to get a different job. So far it seems companies are just following testing protocols and don't care about the vaccine in our red state. The protocol being self testing lol. So I have faith we are safe for now. But I have compassion for those who are being actively discriminated against.
 

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To be honest, I've been dealing with covid restrictions quite smoothly, but this tax on the unvaxxed is really bringing me close to the edge.

There's no law to protect us, nothing. It's days like this where I so wish I was in the US, despite being attacked, it's still the best country on planet earth.

You're not alone Chibbs. This country doesn't feel safe right now. But you're not alone in your convictions, and I hope that even in the darkest moments, you can hold onto that <3 Going through it with you and I'm here to chat.
 

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At least for me- you are making a grand assumption.

Here on the forum I can process and then ruminate.
Yet my daily world is full of riches and joy.

Processing the tough possibilities, the hopes and fears- is a great form of “preparation”.

You may be naive. Or young. Or haven’t lived in a socialist / communist country. Or just have had a relatively comfortable life (as most of us have had here on RPF globally speaking).

I have the biggest Hope of all.
But that doesn’t negate my grief.
Especially for the children. My children.

Remember: Jesus wept.




Btw- would love to hear your plan.

Edit: clarity

"Here on the forum I can process and then ruminate.
Yet my daily world is full of riches and joy."

I can relate to this! Sometimes I end up posting neurosis or doom-and-gloom, and for me, that's a way of attempting to feel my feelings and processing, working through them, and trying to find solutions. I do hesitate sometimes to bring "negativity" forward, especially to a Peaty place, but I always come away with new insights from like-minded people and that feels worth looking like a complainer once in a while. Life's hard! We don't need to pretend it's not. And as long as we're selective about where we vent / seek advice, and we practice strength where it counts, I think we're doing okay.
 

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You literally cannot leave Canada without getting the vaccine. They prevent you from getting on a boat or plane and the border is closed to the unvaccinated. You may have to move to Alberta which is also in a precarious position. Ultimately you will be forced to fall on a sword.
 

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To be honest, I've been dealing with covid restrictions quite smoothly, but this tax on the unvaxxed is really bringing me close to the edge.

There's no law to protect us, nothing. It's days like this where I so wish I was in the US, despite being attacked, it's still the best country on planet earth.
That's a tough place to be in. I guess writing something like "hang in there" on an internet forum is pretty hypocritical, since it doesn't help you at all. But the fact that you have been strong so far and have resisted every bs they came up with (kaydeegee and the other Canadiens, too) shows that you have a very strong character.

Is there any resistance in Canada? Anything that suggests people have had enough? I'm seeing some slow changes here in Germany. If it's possible here, there could be hope for other countries.
 

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You literally cannot leave Canada without getting the vaccine. They prevent you from getting on a boat or plane and the border is closed to the unvaccinated. You may have to move to Alberta which is also in a precarious position. Ultimately you will be forced to fall on a sword.
wtf
 

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To be honest, I've been dealing with covid restrictions quite smoothly, but this tax on the unvaxxed is really bringing me close to the edge.
Really? Why? I saw some of the articles, and there isn't even anything passed yet. Just some talk about what might come.
There's no law to protect us, nothing.
It's just a contract dispute. The Canadian Government is in massive debt, just like (pretty much) every other country on earth. I'm sure it's also under the UCC, just like every other country on Earth. The Common Law is still in effect, too. There are most certainly laws an codes that you can use to your advantage, you just don't know how to use them. Admittedly, the UCC was written in a way that it is hard to understand, but there is always a remedy.

As an example, Cracking the Code was written for people in the United States of America, but there has to be a similar remedy in other countries. There's a reason they called the UCC the Universal Commercial Code.

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View: https://www.amazon.com/Cracking-the-Code-3rd-Edition/dp/0971758824/ref=sr_1_2?crid=1MERIPZ9J6NCD&keywords=cracking+the+code&qid=1642005786&sprefix=cracking+the+code%2Caps%2C140&sr=8-2


I know the used price is high, you might be able to search around the web for this document elsewhere.
It's days like this where I so wish I was in the US, despite being attacked, it's still the best country on planet earth.
The US isn't (since it's a legislative democracy as a corporation), but the United States of America sure is (the Republic). Our founding documents make it unique, at least among the major countries, where the people are officially recognized as sovereign.
 

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You literally cannot leave Canada without getting the vaccine.
That's BS. You most certainly could. You just may not want to deal with what you have to do, or pay the costs to do it.

If you replaced the word "literally" with "easily," your sentence would be more correct.
They prevent you from getting on a boat or plane and the border is closed to the unvaccinated. You may have to move to Alberta which is also in a precarious position. Ultimately you will be forced to fall on a sword.
There is 8,891 km of the Canadian Border with the United States of America. With a population of only 40 Million, you literally do not have the manpower to close the border. And Justin Castro never made a campaign promise to "Build The Wall," like Trump did.
 

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At least for me- you are making a grand assumption.

Here on the forum I can process and then ruminate.
Yet my daily world is full of riches and joy.

Processing the tough possibilities, the hopes and fears- is a great form of “preparation”.

You may be naive. Or young. Or haven’t lived in a socialist / communist country. Or just have had a relatively comfortable life (as most of us have had here on RPF globally speaking).

I have the biggest Hope of all.
But that doesn’t negate my grief.
Especially for the children. My children.

Remember: Jesus wept.




Btw- would love to hear your plan.

Edit: clarity
My plan is to go Amish.

There is pretty much unanimous agreement amongst all the likeminded people i know in the USA, that “private” “cities” of medieval craft and industry, without reliance on petroleum and electricity, will be required to sustainably live in the future. This conversation actually began years ago when trying to figure out how christians could survive without the mark of the beast, as prophesied in revelation. the Amish and mennonites (I know several), get a free pass as long as they keep speaking a different language and don’t leave the farm, And beyond that, conservatives will create a majority in 50 years by outbreeding everyone else (which the Amish and homeschoolers are doing in the extreme).

It’s our job to load up and haul our asses to the Jordan, and it’s God’s job to get our asses across the Jordan when we get there :)
 

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You literally cannot leave Canada without getting the vaccine. They prevent you from getting on a boat or plane and the border is closed to the unvaccinated. You may have to move to Alberta which is also in a precarious position. Ultimately you will be forced to fall on a sword.
There are some cool backwater parts of Canada where you could probably get by never needing a mask at the store. Is there not?
 

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That's a tough place to be in. I guess writing something like "hang in there" on an internet forum is pretty hypocritical, since it doesn't help you at all. But the fact that you have been strong so far and have resisted every bs they came up with (kaydeegee and the other Canadiens, too) shows that you have a very strong character.

Is there any resistance in Canada? Anything that suggests people have had enough? I'm seeing some slow changes here in Germany. If it's possible here, there could be hope for other countries.
How are things changing for the better in Germany?
 

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My plan is to go Amish.

There is pretty much unanimous agreement amongst all the likeminded people i know in the USA, that “private” “cities” of medieval craft and industry, without reliance on petroleum and electricity, will be required to sustainably live in the future. This conversation actually began years ago when trying to figure out how christians could survive without the mark of the beast, as prophesied in revelation. the Amish and mennonites (I know several), get a free pass as long as they keep speaking a different language and don’t leave the farm, And beyond that, conservatives will create a majority in 50 years by outbreeding everyone else (which the Amish and homeschoolers are doing in the extreme).
It's not that the Amish get a "Free Pass." It's that they understand rights and freedom. They are simply taking advantage of things that are available to ALL Americans.

Even in Sharyl Attkisson's report on how they handled Covid, this is very apparent-


View: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O1DgWYdukZU

This quote from Calvin Lapp get's right to the heart of the matter-

Lapp: There’s three things the Amish don't like. And that's government— they won't get involved in the government, they don't like the public education system— they won't send their children to education, and they also don't like the health system. They rip us off. Those are three things that we feel like we're fighting against all the time. Well, those three things are all part of what Covid is.

Not sending their kids to public school is one of the smartest. After all.... why would you let your enemy "educate" your kids? That's one of the stupidest things possible, and the people of this country have been falling for this scam (and others) for decades now.

And stop worrying about the Beast system as foretold in Revelation, because in truth, we are already in it. If you signed up for a Social(ism) Security Card/Number, congrats, you already have the mark. It was imposed on this country back in the 30's, as part of the New Deal. THE UNITED STATES is a Communist Democracy, and this is clear if you read the Communist Manifesto. Pretty much all the planks that Marx described are in place already, with the Central Bank being the most important, and that has been in place since 1913. As Jean Keating said, "If you want to know who the enemy is, look in the mirror."

But also, forgive yourself, as you weren't the only one that fell for it (I did, too). There are ways out, they HAVE to give you a remedy, and while they are a bit difficult to find or research, they are out there. Some of the hardest part is wrapping your head around it, once you start finding the material. The Republic that is the United States of America is still very much there, but it's basically a house that no one lives in.

You don't even have to give up electricity, there are ways to reclaim your sovereignty, at least functionally, if nothing else, and still live in a modern house with modern stuff, if you so choose. The idea of giving up energy to be "sustainable" is silly, since there is no shortage of oil in the first place, and we have literally OCEANS of Hydrogen. If you can split off hydrogen from water with less energy that the burning (oxidizing) of that energy back into good ol H20, you have basically unlimited, clean, sustainable fuel.

I find Yusef El to be a great resource, his video on the Private side is a must watch, and probably the best foundation for these concepts-


View: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wOXdY0UAWXs&t=1s


And his free recommending documents is also solid-

 
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