The following letter was penned by Dr. Denis Rancourt and several Canadian academics on behalf of the Ontario Civil Liberties Association (OCLA). It was published last August 2, 2021.
In this letter, the authors remind the unvaccinated that there are a lot more people who have refused the COVID shot and that their decision is warranted, given the experimental nature of the so-called vaccines. The authors also affirm the unvaccinated’s right to say “no”.
The authors close their letter with the following words: “Do not be intimidated. You are showing resilience, integrity, and grit. You are coming together in your communities, making plans to help one another, and standing for scientific accountability and free speech, which are required for society to thrive. We are among many who stand with you.”
Editor’s Note: We publish this article on this website to inspire the unvaccinated to be steadfast in their decision. Our governments are using us as scapegoats for their inability to “control” the spread of the virus despite the hard policies they have already done. But science is on our side, and the truth will be revealed to those who strive to find it.
In a recent Tweet by Geert Vanden Booschehttps://threadreaderapp.com/thread/1437476131570081795.html, he said, “We…have to rely on the unvaccinated to prevent dominant, highly infectious variants from rapidly evolving towards full resistance to the vaccines. We need…more unvaccinated people to protect the vaccines.”
Insisting on staying unvaccinated is no longer just a form of resistance against the New World Order [see Proof that the COVID-19 crisis was planned to usher in a new world order]. It is not only a way to preserve our rights and freedoms. By keeping yourself unvaccinated, you are holding within you the seeds of the future. [Also read Naked Fear Appeal. Do not be Fooled. Don’t Yield. Don’t Get Vaccinated].
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