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Long Read of the Day: Fourth Letter to My Vaccinated Friend – James Kullander

The overwhelming, gut-wrenching, mind-bending, white-hot sense of betrayal I feel—not just by you but also by everyone else who hypnotically went along with these crimes against humanity—remains larger than my psyche’s capacity to absorb and assimilate it all. I feel like you and I and so many of us were just going along our merry way on a ship cruising gladly upon the low swells of an untroubled sea, when suddenly it had been torpedoed because somehow, somewhere you, among others like you, became traitors against all that is good and right with world and radioed the coordinates to the enemy who blew it up. And here I am—here we all are—flailing in the flotsam of its remains and getting sucked into the vortex of the shattered, sinking hull. And that hull is gigantic. It is planet Earth. So, no, you’re not able to paddle away from the wreckage.

Now open your eyes. Look around you. See what you’ve done? With your supposed compassion for your fellow man and imploring others to “do the right thing,” you and millions of others got suckered into participating with the dark forces that have ruined beyond comprehension so much of what’s precious and beautiful about life on Earth—free will, social connections, civil liberties, loving relationships, bodily autonomy, meaningful and rewarding work—on account of the lockdowns and fear-mongering predators ordering everyone to stay home, shut down our businesses, close our churches, shutter our schools, keep away from each other all the time. And get injected or else. The psychological and physical wounds are widespread, deep, and traumatic. And in many ways, especially with those of you who got the jabs, permanent. There’s no undoing what you’ve allowed to be done to you. The toxins in those jabs are there to stay.

And all for nothing.

Clearly, given what these despotic oligarchs have happily stolen from us so far—what you have so readily handed over, in fact—they are likely to never again let us live with anything close to the sacrosanct, natural freedoms that you and I had known and cherished all our lives if this goes on much longer. And all because you continue to turn a blind eye to what’s really happening, as the psychopaths continue to encircle us and, camouflaged behind so much digital shrubbery, tighten their stranglehold on our lives with their draconian biosecurity policies and omniscient shroud of surveillance technologies and snares—vaccine passports, digital identifications, QR codes, central bank digital currency, tracking on our cellphones, and Communist China’s social credit system—as if we are all some kind of prey to be hunted, tagged, and penned.

This has been the plan all along. I’d warned you. You did not listen.. . .

RTWT AT Fourth Letter to My Vaccinated Friend – James Kullander

HT: Hyland

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  • Dirk June 29, 2022, 1:49 PM

    Someone around here has mentioned a time or two, that the wrong people are dying.

    THEY killed your friend, and shortened his length of life. How does he feel about that, is he passive, submissive, or does he now want his pound of flesh.

    Your friend deserves his pound, THEY are not going to part with that Pound of THEIR Flesh willingly.

    When are the Right people going to start dying?

    • ghostsniper June 29, 2022, 2:03 PM

      Dirk axed: “When are the Right people going to start dying.”
      When the fuel, the lifeblood of tyranny is gone or almost gone.
      What is this lifeblood, you axe?
      The US dollar.

      Though just paper, weak on it’s own, with the “full faith of the US gov’t” it is most powerful and can hold most of the planets people together, like currency superglue.

      But even superglue has it’s weakness and the weakness built in to the US currency is failing all around us. The fail will cross a rubicon and there will be no turning back.

      Everything, EVERYTHING, will go over the edge.
      When the dust clears it will be a new world, not unlike a time long ago, a time none of knows though we have heard of it. If you survive the drop over the cliff will you continue to do so in the new old world? That depends on your core values.

  • name June 29, 2022, 2:34 PM

    A large cohort recently gathered, all vaxxed and happy. The report has it that there were a number of Covidz infections afterwards, but thanks to their vax mandate for attendees, it would’a been mucht worser!

    Fuhk me. I didn’t attend because I knew they’d mandate the jab, and no thanks. It goes without saying (and I mean it is not allowed to be said) that your jab does nothing to prevent transmission. Do you get a kinder, gentler flu? FukifIknow. How would I even tell?

    KCK. Reporting from isolation.

  • Lance de Boyle June 29, 2022, 2:35 PM

    My brother, who is about 900 years old, said that he is bored of it all.
    “A flower! Big deal. Seen a million.”
    So, I said, “Maybe look much closer. Get a magnifying glass and a good set of binoculars. See a different world.”

    And that’s how the clever G. VanderLeun does it.
    Seen enough sunsets? Think you’e seen all the beauty they have to offer?
    And then G. VanderLeun shows a sunset like you’ve never seen.

    Feeling mildly irritated at what’s going on?
    Been there a million times?
    Then G. V. posts the letters by Kullander, or a video of twerking apes, or a poem he’s written, and the blase’ attitude towards the latest abuse and usurpation turns white hot.

    I believe that’s why we keep coming. And also for the sense of companionship when most of our friends have turned into persons who could easily call the cops on us if, in a month or so, we tell them that we just got a semi-auto 12 gauge.

    Anyway, thanks Gerard.

  • name June 29, 2022, 2:36 PM

    KCK. In a completely related note, the state of California just doxed every swinging Ricard in the state who carries concealed. Name, address, probably even SSN for all we know.

    Enjoy your right to privacy, citizen.

    • nunnya bidnez, jr June 29, 2022, 3:10 PM

      but, but, but …
      Roe v Wade is based on our right to privacy; there’s that shadow of a penumbra of an enigma in the Consteetooshun that says so. So of course our right to carry concealed, based as it was on RvW’s right to privacy, is no longer with us.
      The right to privacy, to carry concealed are both dead.
      Carry Open.

    • james wilson June 29, 2022, 3:13 PM

      Correct me if I am wrong. It’s hard to get a concealed carry in Kali without political conncections and politics in Kali are Prog, so not sure how embarrassing the hypocrites advances the cause of the confiscators.

  • james wilson June 29, 2022, 3:17 PM

    Thanks for this wonderful piece,a gift is what it is. This is what I look for to send on to my 15 year old grandson to know there is a place for him, however small it may be.

  • Dirk June 29, 2022, 3:20 PM

    Doxed? Fuck the State of California. A Communist bastion of whale shit.

    This was no accident, but calculated, with an expected consequence. Some dumb fucks gonna full around and get Two to the chest, One in the Face.

    retired cops, military are daily carrying ghost guns, the magazines, the projectiles are sterilize, never touched with fingers, never allowed to accumulate DNA. It is common knowledge that if they shoot, They drop the barrel in the creek, the slide in a ravine, the lower in parts in the ocean.

    Others have new firing pins on the shelf, and new barrels to replace, the “ fowled units”. They go bye bye.

    No pin to confirm primer strikes, no barrels for unique striations no,,,,,,,,,criminal case. Easy peasy.
    Takes two to play the game. State of California, enforcement agency’s are in fact Stasi fascists.

    Do not talk to the cops period! Lawyer up, shut up.

  • Tom Hyland June 29, 2022, 4:00 PM

    And youngsters continue dying but nobody dares to say what that’s about. Here’s a 32 year old Canadian dude, a comedian, lying in bed swearing he’ll never take another jab. But his family isn’t talking… only said donate to Planned Parenthood if you want to contribute anything. Weird.

  • David June 29, 2022, 5:18 PM

    It’s hard for me to even recall why I balked at getting jabbed with the concoction they put forward. I’m a solitary man whose female friend and all her french compatriots willingly succumbed to the siren song. Many seemed to go along so they could fly back to france for whatever reason, family, friends or a basic distaste for our western morays. The daughter of one such man took the jab with her new husband so they could go to fine dining establishments once again. I think that the purveyors climate change, globalism, old white male bad, ubiquitous abortuaries being all in with the concoction told me that if I could do nothing else to stop the slide into tyranny at least I could do this.

  • John the River June 29, 2022, 7:18 PM

    Looking at the first anniversary in two weeks. Of my first heart attack, that followed my Jab within two months. After 17 years of “stable angina”.

  • Occasional Commenter June 29, 2022, 7:47 PM

    With all the evidence coming out about how bad the jabs are, I’m surprised that a team of doctors and lawyers hasn’t made a case for “crimes against humanity” against Fauci and others. Swing for the fences.

  • Dirk June 29, 2022, 10:44 PM

    You men and women who chose the shot, god bless you one and all. The pressure from across the globe was staggering. I’ll not interested in throwing rocks, live your lives, love those close.

    Life IS the lesson, friends IF there’s to be a next time, don’t be fooled twice. Be firm be fair, and be shot free at all costs. Never forget OUR GOVT lied to us, all of us. That’s gotta be worth a swift high-speed kick in their pussies!

    As for WWIII, the wise man would find multiple hidey holes for his klan. His brothers and sisters. If you’re not topping your beans bullets, Bandaids off, you should be working with your kids, your nieces your nephews. The young couple end of the street, who has a New house chock full of love and babies, but just making it. We use to call those days “Early Navy”.

    Sitting on old beater couch’s tables built or handed down, Milk crates for storage, back then. We had each other, nothing else mattered!

    During this World War, is there any doubt that the US continent will not see bloodshed?

    Maybe ground a few dozen lodge pole pines, set aside a dozen High end double thick tarps. Don’t get trapped in the bottom of the valley, five ways in, 20 ways out.

  • jwm June 30, 2022, 7:45 AM

    Kullander’s letter really hit home for me. Since last autumn, I can count five people I knew, including my brother-in-law, AND his wife, dead. None from the coof. All of them vaxxed.

    I got lights and sirens about the clot shot right from the gate. When this thing first broke I read about what happened when they tried to make vaccines against a coronavirus. It always resulted in worse outcomes. But how many people out there spend time online anymore? I am a desktop dinosaur. Like most everyone here, I take the time to read long-form articles every day. Most of the sheep go no farther than television news, or a meme on facebarf or Twitter on the cell phone.

    You can’t read long-form on a phone. The truth is out there, lying on the sidewalk like a hundred-dollar bill, but no one bends over to pick it up.

    My wife took the shot. I advised against it, but she didn’t want to deal with the pressure from her associates. Her brother, who is a retired MD, recommended she take it. She listened to him, not me. Now I have to push that out of my mind several times each day.

    Like everyone here, I’m angry, and not a little frightened at what my remaining years are going to look like. I realized over a year ago that we aren’t going to see an end to this chaos in the time we have remaining to us. We have to decide. How do we make the best use of the time that we have? Venting on the internet lets off some steam, but it isn’t doing anything. How do we create value in the midst of the mess?


    • Vanderleun June 30, 2022, 8:02 AM

      “You can’t read long-form on a phone.”

      I’d put that on a t-shirt but few would get it and fewer still read it. As for how we create value in the midst of chaos? Don’t know. I struggle with that and may well have to change up what I’m doing here.

    • ghostsniper June 30, 2022, 8:29 AM

      Similar here John.
      You axed: “How do we make the best use of the time that we have?”
      Each has to figure it out. What’s best for you.

      I too am angry, that all of this nonsense forced my attention in ways I’d rather not, and to think about things that I don’t want to.

      Why must I hoard food, medications, supplies, and everything we use and may use for the indefinite future? A house is only so big you know. Most houses weren’t designed to harbor a year or more worth of “stuff”. We’re figuring it out as we go along.

      I keep coming up with new ideas. Other ways of doing things. Trying to think tomorrow rather than today. It’s hard. And there’s no getting away from it. You can’t forget what you know.

      Yes, you can turn off the computer and bury yourself in some sort of activity, but with each idle moment between tasks, there it is all over again. The school bully accosts you in 1st period and tells you he’s gonna beat your ass after school. The rest of the day you are miserable no matter what cause that big shadow is there waiting in between all the other things that are going on. Everytime you look at the clock on the wall you think, “4 more hours til I get my ass beat”. “3 hours and 17 minutes….” over and over and over.

      Now, the bully is the federal reserve upsetting the apple cart, and money in the US no longer works like it always has. Or, Biden black swans Uke with some nukes, and then game on.

      Hundreds of scenarios loom ever-present and just beyond a clear view. The other day I carved a flower into the surface of a small piece of wood and had it laying on the workbench. My wife saw it, picked it up and looked at it and asked me what it was.

      I said, “What is it?”, not comprehending how she could not know what it was.

      She said it looked angry whatever it was. Turned out she was looking at it upside down and it looked like an angry Scottish dood. How’d he get in there???? Did I put more of myself in there than intended? Besides, I’m German, not Scottish.

      See what I mean? The BIG picture tends to block out the smaller pictures. The internet does offer a form of contentment though. By knowing many people online it confirms that my fears are shared and I am not alone in my thought. That isn’t much value in the longer view but it helps to know that I’m not the only one to think the world has went insane. I guess.

    • Tom Hyland June 30, 2022, 10:30 AM

      The covid is religion. It’s a cult. CJ Hopkins is an ex-pat American living in Berlin. He’s written with profound eloquence regarding the matter. This IS religion. The “pandemic” supplied so many worthy virtues within the lives of these new believers. Everybody was offered a scary urgent calamity to believe and they bought a life-time subscription. I can’t believe anything. Being almost 8 years old when JFK was whacked, followed up with a lifetime of one lie after another, how can anyone believe anything? It’s so much easier to connect the dots when you decide everything you hear is a lie.

  • Anonymous June 30, 2022, 4:02 PM

    If the USA uses nukes, they should be set off above the Kremlin