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Holding the Vax Promoters Accountable (Quo Vadis, Pope Francis Part 214)

The person most accountable is Pope Francis, being the spiritual leader not only of Catholics but as looked on by much of the world. He pushed for vaccination, he penalized those who refused to be vaxxed (like firing Swiss Guards), he prevented access of the unvaxxed to the Vatican, and he even proclaimed that not being vaxxed is a violation of love of neighbor. He misused and abused his spiritual authority. He did not care for his flock.

The Dilemma of the Unvaccinated

We Won't Forget. They celebrated our deaths and danced on our graves

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Guest essay by the California-based Unity Project With recent calls for “Pandemic Amnesty” from the groups who destroyed lives and businesses, closed schools, stripped away your freedoms and turned family, friends and neighbors against each other, the unvaccinated and truth tellers find themselves in a pickle. Morality and civility could argue that we should forgive those who vilified us for choosing medical sovereignty, non-compliance with unconstitutional mandates, and simply questioning the narrative, but it’s not that simple. Some “pro-vaxers” may have been legitimately uniformed or scared to blindly follow health guidelines and government mandates without question.

But the mob mentality to demonize the unvaccinated and gaslight society into thinking we were the problem crossed a potentially unforgivable line. Making the rounds online is an LA Times article from earlier this year titled Mocking anti-vaxxers’ COVID deaths is ghoulish, yes — but may be necessary. The article URL is even titled “why-shouldnt-we-dance-on-the-graves-of-anti-vaxxers.”

The reporter contends: “Those who have deliberately flouted sober medical advice by refusing a vaccine known to reduce the risk of serious disease from the virus, including the risk to others, and end up in the hospital or the grave can be viewed as receiving their just desserts.

That’s even more true of those who not only refused the vaccine for themselves, but publicly advocated that others do so.

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