For those of us who realised relatively early on in the so-called ‘pandemic’ that a sinister plan is afoot, it’s been an agonising, frustrating and exasperating journey. It’s easy to feel isolated and lost as we process just how gullible our fellow humans can be.
So many of us have been left broken-hearted after family ignored our concerns, friends turned their backs on us, colleagues eyed us nervously and strangers stared at us blankly when we tried to warn them about the so-called ‘vaccines’ and what they’re doing to people’s health.
It’s been a harrowing ordeal to witness my family race to get not one, not two but three jabs apiece so far. All have experienced adverse reactions, some more serious than others, yet none will entertain the idea that such issues were most likely caused by the ‘vaccines’.
They’re intelligent people – my father’s a retired scientist, my sister’s doing a PhD, my mother was medically trained – yet none of them has twigged that there’s something very wrong with the ‘vaccines’ and the relentless mainstream narrative that’s been pushing them on us. They refuse to explore the gigabytes of evidence I’ve gathered and refuse to listen when I try to share what I’ve learned.
Instead, I’ve been told that I’m a narrow-minded bully, a conspiracy theorist and an ignorant fool. I’ve been met with scoffs, eye-rolls and anger. I’ve been on the receiving end of full-blown tantrums. Granted, my relationship with my family wasn’t too great in the first place but I can now offer nothing but superficial chit-chat, mundane gossip and censored opinions. To do otherwise is to invite ridicule. I scream inside every time I talk to them. I sob and rage at their lack of awareness. I’ve been forced to disengage emotionally and I don’t see a way back.
I’ve never felt more alone.
I know I’m not the only one. I know that many of you reading this will be going through the same thing, tearing your hair out because you’re dealing with people who’ve lost all rational thought. Even as the words come out of your mouth you know there’s little hope of getting through because the agenda is so remarkable, so evil, so futuristic and so big that we question our own sanity as we try to enlighten others.
I’d like to share some of the words an anonymous writer wrote in The Lightpaper for those of us who feel alone as this horror unfolds. It describes everything I’ve been feeling and perhaps it might help you to put your feelings into words, too:
“If you find yourself struggling as you try to process all this insanity, you are not alone. No one talks about the darkness that accompanies awakening, or the grief. Not only grieving the life and illusions you once had, but the realisation that almost everything you thought you once knew is a lie. The beliefs you have held, people you have trusted, principles you were taught – all lies.
Shattering illusions is rarely an enjoyable experience. There is a considerable amount of discomfort that comes with growth, and the grieving process does not stop there. With these newfound realisations, you then find yourself grieving all over again. Grieving for our children, knowing all too well the broken world they are inheriting. Grieving the loss of many relationships with people who just do not ‘get it’. Feeling alone, being ridiculed and shamed, not only by the masses but often by your very own family and friends too.
Some even grieve the loss of their ignorance because ‘ignorance is bliss’ and reality is harsh.
There is no way to sugar-coat it – awakening to the realities of this world is brutal. It will have you running through the entire gamut of human emotions. You have to master the art of diving down the darkest of rabbit holes only to come out and still function in daily life, and that is a skill people do not talk about enough.
Please know you are not alone, and not only are you not alone, you have an entire tribe standing by you. We may be separated by miles, but we are deeply connected in purpose and in spirit.”
There will come a tipping point. It’s already happening; the world is waking up. We may feel alone but we’re not alone and as more and more people wake up the less alone we’ll be.
For now we must focus on the long term and push harder than ever to spread the truth despite the disbelief, ridicule and hatred that is sure to come our way in the short-term. The narrative is crumbling and our job is to scatter those crumbs as far and wide as possible.
Hold the line and hold your fears. There are more of us than you think.
You can read the entire article, “Lonely but not alone on awakening’s tough road” by Anonymous here:
Please explore The Lightpaper here: https://thelightpaper.co.uk/
Don’t forget to check out NOTB’s website dedicated to sharing the ‘vaccine injuries and deaths’ plight of sports men and women, both professional and amateur, around the world: https://www.notb-sports.org/
17th February 2022