At the risk of being morbid in our work, should we not proclaim our awareness in the unjust matters?
When we see and hear wrongs in society, should we as writers blow the warning bugle, or take it on the chin and reap the consequences?
I say blow the bugle. As an American we 'still' have Freedom of Speech and Expression. Some times the obvious isn't there to people. If you hub it they will come.
I agree with Sarra. It should be brought out into the open and discussed.
As a former daughter of a honored military man, then I call it experimenting on a population that has no choice, I reacted at 17 like a sword had been rammed through my arm at a military hospital. It was literally about 30 minutes after the shot that I actually felt like that I was floating right out of my body. I was given this shot on a military base. That is what happens to those who can be closest to being experimented on. I have never taken one of these shots since. Do I risk the flu? I had rather take my chances with it, than what this shot did to me. I do not know what the flu shot was, but honestly we all need to be more questionable about what is forced down our throat.
Surprise it happened to my best friend who was also a child of the military soldier. I say that as an American who is tired of seeing victims of our so called under government. I am not to be taken as unpatriotic but ask yourself what has been done to our populations in testing things. There is a dark side of things, and just open your eyes and the sources are out there. `My father gave his life and dedication and loyalty to this nation, but he died and is no longer around to see what is taking place. I say question your medical care people. Ask every question you can, and do the research.
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