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I posted part of this in another thread but am interested in other people's thoughts and experiences.

 

Since the start of the covid fraud which I have never believed or invested in from day one, I now don't like leaving the house any more, I'm perfectly content to be at home with my husband when he is not at work and our two cats. I find my peace doing the garden, various crafts and listening to music etc. Like many here I have been attacked and trolled about my views and been called a tin foil hat wearing conspiracist blah blah blah. It's strange isn't it, now that so many 'conspiracy theories' about covid  have come true, no one ever comes back and acknowledges you were right and they certainly never apologise. I've lost friends over this, people I have known for years who have walked away and treated me as a pariah because I don't toe the party line on covid. At least I know who my real friends are but the depressing truth is that there aren't many anymore.

 

My husband and I have been invited over by new neighbours (from today, we are now 'allowed' to meet outside apparently!) who seem very nice people but they are 100% invested in the covid fraud and have had their injections. I just can't face going because I don't want to get into the covid conversation and I refuse to sit there and pretend I agree with their views. There is no point in thinking the topic wont come up - people seem to have no qualms about asking if you've had your jab yet! This is causing issues between myself and my husband as I am sure he thinks I should sit there and just keep quiet. Maybe he is right and I am just highly selfish.

 

So often these days I feel I wouldn't care if I never had to interact with another human being again which I know is unfair; there are some lovely people out there. It just seems I only tend to 'meet' them online and those I have actual face to face contact with are totally bought in to the agenda and I can't relate to them at all, especially after over a year of this rubbish. I see lots of people like Icke saying how 'love' is the answer. Maybe it is but after over a year of the passive, mindless compliance of the vast majority and the hundreds of thousands of unnecessary deaths caused by covid policies I am out of all sympathy and I certainly don't feel any love towards them. I actively and increasingly despise all those people who are still indulging in the covid fraud, most especially those in the medical profession. I guess this just makes me an evil person. 

 

Can anyone else relate to this? How has this last year changed your friendships and relationships, if at all? How do you deal with it or does it not bother you?

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I feel like I could have written this myself! I would say it’s never a good idea to pretend you believe something you don’t, with the neighbours you can say your views and then politely agree to disagree and move on. I feel I important for COVID believers to see that we are perfectly normal and sane people, and who knows - maybe the conversation may even plant a seed of doubt in their mind and they may learn something. I understand your feelings about it though, it is exhausting.
 

I have had issues with family, also lost friends. It had left me feeling ever more isolated and alone. A good few family members also mostly agree with me though so it’s not all a nightmare for me. I saw this on my walk to my village centre, It’s a reminder that although we feel alone and like we are surrounded by COVID believes, there are others close by that we don’t know about and we are not so alone😊 

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Fortunately, my wife and daughter are just a skeptical as I am. Maybe we were born on the wrong planet, but we are all totally anti-social. I'm not sure which one of us hates people the most.

 

If I never speak to anyone ever again, that's fine by me. When I talk to people, I feel I would be better off talking to my dog or the refrigerator, both have more brains than the average "man in the street" (sorry, must be 'woke'  I meant non-binary object in the street). Morons Inc

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People , including family, who choose to believe the hoax can sometimes be ignored or maybe tolerated in small doses (no pun intended).

 

People, especially family, who choose to have the jab cannot be simply ignored or tolerated at all.

 

That's how I see it. Having the jab takes things to a new level, and puts a different spin on things. They have effectively chosen to surrender their body, their future and lives on a BS scam. And thus changed all our lives irrevocably.

 

There's no going back from that. Whereas if they were duped, and went along with the silly mask nonsense just to hope that everything could go back to normal, well that may be salvageable.

 

My OH sees the fraud, or at least plays along with my take on it, but if they were to have the jab, then that would have to be it.

 

 

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I live an unusual kind of life for starters. Pretty much a hermit for years in the countryside. I like that life.

But during both lockdowns I've had even more social interactions with people. I've got to know more locals. We stop for a chat. More people were on work from  home since last March and walk their dogs etc. then there are more joggers who often stop to talk to me too either over the garden hedge or on the lane.

 

One youngish woman from the village a couple of miles away was very kind and gave me her phone number (I should be so lucky -hey?) in case I ever needed any help shopping etc. I wouldn't trouble her. I get online orders....but still, that was kind and sweet of her.

 

I have a couple of very good friends here, and we stay in touch regularly, either by phone or email, or sometimes socially distanced visits. Life has actually been more friendly recently.

 

The only way it afects me is I used to go to Tesco or Morrison's but I never do that any more. I get online deliveries. The delivery people are always chatty too. (through the window.)

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It hasn't made any difference. My best friend is female with OCD and she's been so scared she just followed what advice she was told. Added to that she's classed as a risk group and relies upon doctors and hospitals. It hasn't affected our friendship at all. I also accept her right to decide what's right for her.
I recall when Muhammad Ali refused to go to Vietnam he said the decision was right for him. Given his circumstances and beliefs. Likewise my decision is also right for me. I expect friends to accept that and so they have.

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I don't know what I would do without my partner who I met just before lockdown, an old flame who is totally on the same page as me with all this covid BS.

Most of my family think I am mad. I have shown them so much evidence on the vaccine dangers and most of them have gone and got the jab and are now telling me that it won't be long before I can get mine and that I shouldn't worry about it as they are all fine (so they obviously didn't read or listen to any of my stuff such as long term effects and pathogenic priming etc)

I just got back from taking my Aunt (who has had both shots of the pfizer vax) to the opticians and she's has been told she has blurred vision and will need laser surgery. Could be vaccine related - who knows!!

This BS has really done what the PTB wanted it to do and soon I can see everyone against everyone until people are alone in their own bubble.

 

On a more positive note we went to the London protest on 20th March and it was amazing and showed we are NOT alone. Even stopping off on the march and going in to the local sainsburys with no masks and no social distancing it was amazing seeing tens of thousands like minded people... But then the usual crap when you come home that you're spreading covid 🥵 Roll on the next protest!

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On 3/29/2021 at 6:50 PM, Bee said:

I posted part of this in another thread but am interested in other people's thoughts and experiences.

 

Since the start of the covid fraud which I have never believed or invested in from day one, I now don't like leaving the house any more, I'm perfectly content to be at home with my husband when he is not at work and our two cats. I find my peace doing the garden, various crafts and listening to music etc. Like many here I have been attacked and trolled about my views and been called a tin foil hat wearing conspiracist blah blah blah. It's strange isn't it, now that so many 'conspiracy theories' about covid  have come true, no one ever comes back and acknowledges you were right and they certainly never apologise. I've lost friends over this, people I have known for years who have walked away and treated me as a pariah because I don't toe the party line on covid. At least I know who my real friends are but the depressing truth is that there aren't many anymore.

 

My husband and I have been invited over by new neighbours (from today, we are now 'allowed' to meet outside apparently!) who seem very nice people but they are 100% invested in the covid fraud and have had their injections. I just can't face going because I don't want to get into the covid conversation and I refuse to sit there and pretend I agree with their views. There is no point in thinking the topic wont come up - people seem to have no qualms about asking if you've had your jab yet! This is causing issues between myself and my husband as I am sure he thinks I should sit there and just keep quiet. Maybe he is right and I am just highly selfish.

 

So often these days I feel I wouldn't care if I never had to interact with another human being again which I know is unfair; there are some lovely people out there. It just seems I only tend to 'meet' them online and those I have actual face to face contact with are totally bought in to the agenda and I can't relate to them at all, especially after over a year of this rubbish. I see lots of people like Icke saying how 'love' is the answer. Maybe it is but after over a year of the passive, mindless compliance of the vast majority and the hundreds of thousands of unnecessary deaths caused by covid policies I am out of all sympathy and I certainly don't feel any love towards them. I actively and increasingly despise all those people who are still indulging in the covid fraud, most especially those in the medical profession. I guess this just makes me an evil person. 

 

Can anyone else relate to this? How has this last year changed your friendships and relationships, if at all? How do you deal with it or does it not bother you?

 

I have few close friends, but they are "awake", so it hasn't been a problem for me.

 

My parents are oblivious to it all, and I don't bother trying to inform them otherwise anymore because I tried in the past and it was clear they have their own path to tread, as I have mine.

 

Ultimately, I haven't changed any aspect of my life through lockdown. My wife trusts my judgement, and is awake enough to know it has all been bullshit.

 

My advice is just to be yourself, and fuck what other people think. If people don't like you being yourself then cut them out of your life, move on, and live the life you want to live.

 

Life is too short to be beholden to other people's ideologies.

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On 3/30/2021 at 2:03 AM, Anti Facts Sir said:

People , including family, who choose to believe the hoax can sometimes be ignored or maybe tolerated in small doses (no pun intended).

 

People, especially family, who choose to have the jab cannot be simply ignored or tolerated at all.

 

That's how I see it. Having the jab takes things to a new level, and puts a different spin on things. They have effectively chosen to surrender their body, their future and lives on a BS scam. And thus changed all our lives irrevocably.

 

There's no going back from that. Whereas if they were duped, and went along with the silly mask nonsense just to hope that everything could go back to normal, well that may be salvageable.

 

My OH sees the fraud, or at least plays along with my take on it, but if they were to have the jab, then that would have to be it.

 

 

I agree with you regarding the injection (I refuse to call it a vaccine).

 

There is a saying 'Live and let live' and in many situations I believe in this but the covid fraud has taken us all to a very dangerous place. The more people who have the C19 injections, the more pressure there will be on those of us who do not give consent to having it. The PTB will use this to divide us all even more; you can already see this happening.

 

Frankly if I never go in to a pub, restaurant, cinema etc again I couldn't care less. I don't like being around big groups of people and am much happier in the countryside or on a big beach where there is so much room I am not crowded by people. I do feel for those who don't want the injection and to who these things do matter and how it will effect them to be denied entry without an injection passport. I also understand that its also very difficult for those who are concerned their employer will make the c19 injection mandatory. That said the injection is the game changer for me too. The masks have been bad enough but the injections are crossing a line that can't be uncrossed. Why anyone is happy to be a guinea pig for experimental technology is beyond me but I would guess the vast majority of those having the injection even comprehend that the injections are still in Phase 3 clinical trials. They have no idea what's in the injection and are having it even though it wont stop them getting covid, wont stop the transmission of covid but merely reduce the severity of symptoms if you do get it. All this for a 'deadly virus' with a 99.9% survival rate. I cant understand them or relate to them at all.

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2 hours ago, Bee said:

The more people who have the C19 injections, the more pressure there will be on those of us who do not give consent to having it.

 

This is what they want people to believe. They rely on the peer/group pressure effect to obtain conformity, and, at this moment in time, people are more isolated than before so it helps TPTB create the illusion that "everybody else is having the vaccine, so why don't you?"

 

In reality, there will be less people who have had the vaccine than you think, but if the government can make people believe that almost all adults have had the injection then it creates a fabricated pressure which some others may succumb to.

 

Ultimately, the government are unable to force anyone to get injected, nor will they be able to prevent service or restrict those who choose not to have it.

 

There is already plenty of resistance to ordinary "vaccines", and these people will be the vanguard in pushing for rights for others.

 

And, if worst comes to the worst, we can always go out fighting and move onto the next life.

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I mean, not even the Government are calling them vaccines, are they? They're calling them "jabs".  When I was a kid, I had terrible anaemia. Really bad, so I would have B12 jabs. Once got told off (well,not told off, more corrected) by a GP for mistakenly calling it a vaccine. 

 

This isn't a  vaccine, they're not even calling it a vaccine they're calling it a jab. A jab is when they inject you with a medicine or something else, a vaccine is a vaccine. 

 

How this has affected me, is the burning hatred I had for nearly everyone has intensified to a huge extent.  There is so much about people  I loathe, from grown goddamn adults who teeheelololol about how pigignorant they are about politics and the law, who wear their stupidity like a prized badge of honour, to the fat disgusting gluttons who have sat at home, rotting their brains, destroing their bodies and pigging on crap food because their lives are shit and meaningless, to how people are going on with this because the get their miserable pittance of a paycheque and they can watch the state sanctioned dreck on the telly box then go on their cretinous social media accounts to post photos of themselves in masks and bragging that the ratted out a neighbour for having a mate over.

 

I genuinely did not think I could harbour such a deep resentment and loathing for so many people, but well, here we are.  I guess only time will tell on all of this, but personally, I would urge everyone to archive fecking everything they see online about anything to do with this, because it's all gonna be memory holed to feck once the truth comes out. And they are relying on people not remembering or archiving. I don't just mean screenshots, I mean stuff like archive.it or archive.is, then save them in a browser as favourites, plus the screenshots in a document as well.

 

 

If nothing else, nothing more, the sweet, sweet vindication of being right and having the evidence is (at least to a gigantic, massive curmudgeon like me) the best feeling. 

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2 hours ago, clownworld said:

I mean, not even the Government are calling them vaccines, are they? They're calling them "jabs".  When I was a kid, I had terrible anaemia. Really bad, so I would have B12 jabs. Once got told off (well,not told off, more corrected) by a GP for mistakenly calling it a vaccine. 

 

This isn't a  vaccine, they're not even calling it a vaccine they're calling it a jab. A jab is when they inject you with a medicine or something else, a vaccine is a vaccine. 

 

How this has affected me, is the burning hatred I had for nearly everyone has intensified to a huge extent.  There is so much about people  I loathe, from grown goddamn adults who teeheelololol about how pigignorant they are about politics and the law, who wear their stupidity like a prized badge of honour, to the fat disgusting gluttons who have sat at home, rotting their brains, destroing their bodies and pigging on crap food because their lives are shit and meaningless, to how people are going on with this because the get their miserable pittance of a paycheque and they can watch the state sanctioned dreck on the telly box then go on their cretinous social media accounts to post photos of themselves in masks and bragging that the ratted out a neighbour for having a mate over.

 

I genuinely did not think I could harbour such a deep resentment and loathing for so many people, but well, here we are.  I guess only time will tell on all of this, but personally, I would urge everyone to archive fecking everything they see online about anything to do with this, because it's all gonna be memory holed to feck once the truth comes out. And they are relying on people not remembering or archiving. I don't just mean screenshots, I mean stuff like archive.it or archive.is, then save them in a browser as favourites, plus the screenshots in a document as well.

 

 

If nothing else, nothing more, the sweet, sweet vindication of being right and having the evidence is (at least to a gigantic, massive curmudgeon like me) the best feeling. 

OMG You're catching up with how I have felt about people all my life from a child on, it's so rare to meet anyone with a working brain. It's about as rare as rocking horse shit.

 

It isn't something new, it's been like that since as far back as I can remember.

 

The truth isn't likely to come out until there are so few of us left, it won't matter anyhow. The truth will always be labelled as "conspiracy theory" by the mindless fucking masses.

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