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Throwing people (and now a gorilla) under the bus
Ignorance, arrogance, or malevolence... a tragedy none the less.
I don’t feel like being snarky about a horrible thing but the macabre irony is in the facts.
An image is worth a thousand words, they say. In this case, it very much is.
There are too many perfectly healthy people nowadays (and now a gorilla) who suddenly pass from heart issues, strokes, or multiple organ failures following the safe and effective vaccine.
And whether in the grand scheme of things, throwing these people under the bus is driven by ignorance, negligence, an evil mind, or being afraid to find what’s in the box one trusts, those who have passed for weird reasons following the safe and effective vaccine cannot be brought back. They are gone. And even if there come class action lawsuits, and even if future history books talk about this time as a strange time of mass hypnosis (“How could they not see it,” etc.), those people have already passed.
And I think that in order to right the wrongs in an existential way, as much as we can, it’s important to snap out of the fog, acknowledge the mistakes, protect the ones who are still alive, and do it with love. Righting the wrongs is due. I don’t know when it will come—but it is already due.
By the way, if you missed my interview with Kathleen Brown in Canada who has observed an increased number of obituaries for people who passed suddenly while still young, with donations often directed to heart and stroke funds, here is the interview. Kathleen is doing important work!
UPDATE from the comment section (thank you @Smirksinyourgeneraldirection):
March 2021 San Diego Zoo jabs all its large primates including orangutans.
December 2021, beloved orangutang dies.
Toronto Zoo vaccinating tigers and others.
Toronto zoo mourns second death of two tiger cubs, heart complications.
November 13, 2021
North Carolina Zoo, jabbed all its gorillas, chimpanzees and a few baboons and big cats.
May 4, 2022.
Oakland Zoo starts jabbing tigers.
Oakland Zoo makes difficult decision to euthanize tigers with “declining health.”
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