They knew: Why didn’t the unvaccinated do more to warn us?
The unvaccinated knew what we didn’t. Some of them said very little. Most said nothing. Much blood is now on your hands.
As the world struggles to cope with the devastating effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, one question that continues to arise is why the unvaccinated haven’t done more to warn us about the potential dangers of being injected.
While well-meaning citizens lined up, did the right thing, and received their COVID19 vaccines – now seeming to do more harm than good – their unvaccinated friends stood by and let them do it. Some of them said very little. Some didn’t say anything.
Even if they knew what we didn’t.
Our blood is now on your hands.
Those are strong words. But the unvaccinated had access to important information about the possible side effects of vaccines. They knew the risks of serious allergic reactions, blood clots and other serious health complications. They knew vaccines didn’t immunize us. They knew it wasn’t effective and that it could do more harm than good.
They knew all this, but instead of warning us, the unvaccinated preferred to remain silent. They chose to look the other way and not talk about the potential dangers of vaccines. They let millions of good people who did the right thing (at the time) fall to death and disease, and many antivaxxers even bragged online about how their heads or tails had been the right bet. The most diabolical ones even urged people they disagreed with to “be driven”.
It was very clear. The silence of the unvaccinated was a dangerous, sociopathic and irresponsible decision that had serious consequences for those of us who receive vaccines.
And silence is, after all, consent.
It’s time for the unvaccinated to take responsibility for their actions and work with the rest of us to find a solution to this crisis. We cannot allow their selfishness and lack of action to continue to harm our communities. It’s time for the unvaccinated to step up and do the right thing.
The unvaccinated should, by any moral measure, have done more to raise awareness of potential risks – to help us make informed decisions about our health. And they must now ask us for forgiveness.
And from the heart, we can just give it to them.
Because we are good people. We took those shots because it was the right thing to do – until it wasn’t.