Letter to an Agree-to-Disagree Relative, by Margaret Anna Alice

Do you silence yourself about what you know about Covid-19 and the vaccines because it makes other people uncomfortable when you share your knowledge? From Margaret Anna Alice at margaretannaalice.substack.com:

Pass the Butter … And, Umm, How About That Democide?

Letter to an Agree-to-Disagree Relative: Scuba Diver Exploring the Iceberg in the Depths of the Ocean Beneath the Tip of the Iceberg

Imagine the Holocaust is happening again. Only this time, it’s on a planetary scale. And there aren’t any Allies coming to the rescue—because they’re just as guilty as the Axis.

Then imagine you have incontrovertible proof that mass extermination is occurring, and it has been devised by megalomaniacal self-styled gods; patented and formulated by pharmaceutical megacorporations; imposed by governments (or else) and official agencies; implemented by hospitals, doctors, and the medical community; and covered up by mainstream media and Big Tech.

Now imagine people are telling you sharing evidence of that atrocity is making them uncomfortable. They want to change the subject; they want to agree-to-disagree.

How would you feel when you’re doing everything in your power to prevent more human beings from being massacred, and most people don’t want to hear about it, don’t want to think about it, don’t want to even consider the snowballing scientific data because it contradicts the worldwide propaganda campaign being scripted by the very entities committing these crimes against humanity?

I know that sounds hyperbolic. That’s what purveyors of the Biggest Lie in world history count on. It is too titanic, too ridiculous to be believed.

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2 responses to “Letter to an Agree-to-Disagree Relative, by Margaret Anna Alice

  1. She’s right. But HOW do you talk to relatives who appear to have been brain-washed? Before you even say anything they ask have you been vaccinated yet because they are worried about your safety.

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