I admire everyone who withstood the pressure and the coercion (especially when it meant that even every day life became really bloody difficult and miserable), and I have always been vehemently opposed to the vaccine mandates. But as much as I hated the bullying of the unvaccinated I also find the trashing of the vaccinated stupid. People had their reasons for getting the vaccine (well, most people actually thought it would protect them against covid). I knowingly and willingly got the first two shots because I found that getting a bad case of covid could be worse for me than the possible, unknown side effects later (and I fared well - I only had a very mild case of covid, so mild that I wouldn't even have known I had it if someone
hadn't persuaded me to get tested. Of course, I could have fared equally well without the vaccine, but I will never know. And so far I haven't suffered any vaccine injuries - on the contrary, my overall health hasn't been as good in years.)
It must have been hard for your sister to make a decision about her kids. Even if she had doubts, what if the children really wanted to get it because they've been indoctrinated and all their friends got it? I don't know what I would have done as a parent - I would have probably not allowed them to get vaccinated (vaccinating kids is actually not recommended in Scandinavia
) but my kids would have hated me and not being vaccinated would have made their lives difficult, perhaps she didn't want their lives to be difficult?) What if she cried because she feels guilty for having allowed her kids to get the vaccine? She seems really conflicted about it all. I hate what these people in power have done to us.