“Your grandmother, despite all of your protests, insists on taking the jab,
becomes deathly ill and blames you for her demise,
because you didn’t wear a mask the last time you visited her.”
(Disclaimer – Makow: I want to be wrong about the “vaccines”. My whole immediate family has been vaccinated.
My son said, you can’t function in society if you haven’t done it. My wife did it without telling me. My saying, “I told you so” will give me no satisfaction.)
by Mike Stone
Your sister and her husband delight in sending you videos of their toddler children squirming and crying after being forced to wear masks, while they laugh with glee in the background.
Your brother, who spends his nights and weekends playing video games and who has never had a girlfriend in his life, calls you a “conspiracy theorist” for questioning the safety of the “vaccine.”
Your mother informs the family that no one, not even her own children, are welcome in her house anymore if they haven’t submitted to the jab.
Your wife, without your consent or knowledge, sneaks herself and the kids off to get jabbed. You only discover it later when your daughter becomes ill and dies.
Are the actions described above any different from collaborating with the enemy?
Really, what’s the difference?
It’s one thing to cut ties with complete strangers and even your friends, but where do we draw the line when it comes to our own family? They’re throwing us under the bus with their actions, are we wrong to cancel them from our lives?
It’s a tough call and it makes me wonder if the entire virus hoax isn’t simply one grand psy-op designed to tear families apart.
We also have to answer to God.
On the one hand, we must reject anything or anyone who threatens the eternal salvation of our soul, and anyone who has submitted to the beast falls into that category.
On the other hand, we are bound by the Ten Commandments to honor our father and mother, and we bear responsibility for the salvation or lack thereof of our children.
I propose we continue to love them, while simultaneously removing ourselves physically from their presence. For some, this might mean maintaining partial contact. For others, it means no contact at all.
There’s also the possibility that our families will beat us to the punch. When I called my own family out for collaborating with the enemy, they became hysterical and threw me out.
Left vs. right, Republican vs. Democrat, conservative vs. liberal … those dichotomies are forever gone. All that exists now is reality vs. hoax, free vs. slave, good vs. evil, unjabbed vs. jabbed.
My family has chosen to live as slaves under an evil hoax.
God help them.
Mike Stone is the author of “Reversing the Side Effects of the COVID-19 Vaccine: How to Heal Yourself from Adverse Reactions to the Trump Vaccine and Protect Yourself from Shedding,”available here. And the author of Based, a young adult novel about race, dating and growing up in America, and A New America, the first novel of the Alt-Right, a dark comedy set on Election Day 2016 in Los Angeles – – Available on Amazon.