So am I.
Why are so many ‘vaccinated’ people afraid of ‘unvaccinated’ people?
Do they not believe the shots work?
If so, why did they take it and why do they want everyone else to take it?
I’m still trying to understand this peculiar phenomenon.
If they wanted to send the right message, they’d just live normally and without fear.
But everybody who is still living in fear of the rona has been fully jabbed at this stage.
It’s very strange.Zuby (on Twitter)
I agree. It’s very strange.
Maybe they don’t believe natural immunity can be acquired? Maybe they don’t believe there are effective treatments?
Ok. Let’s grant them those two inaccurate beliefs (natural immunity can be acquired; there are effective treatments) and start from the assumption that they genuinely believe ‘vaccines’ are the only option they have.
Then yes. Sure. In that context the realisation that the vaccine does not provide protection after all is going to be very scary. Not only that, but there are variants evolving to dodge vaccine-induced immune responses (as predicted by Geert Vanden Bossche, Luc Montagnier and others).
With all your eggs in the ‘vaccine’ basket then the world might seem very scary right now.
But even still the vaccine is supposed to reduce the severity of symptoms and the chances of dying. Wouldn’t that provide some comfort, some reassurance?
Then there’s boosters coming. More comfort and reassurance surely?
Add to those positives the excellent chances of surviving an infection regardless of vaccination or not.1
So I honestly do struggle to understand why the ‘vaccinated’ are not only less confident than the ‘unvaccinated’ but actually seem to fear them.