October 19, 2020 at 12:48 pm #529
Tell us your story. How have the lockdowns affected you or people you know?
November 2, 2020 at 8:41 pm #629
I don’t wear a mask when shopping, getting a haircut, banking, etc. Many times I’m the only one in the store without a mask on. Now every time I go to out I have to mentally prepare myself and rehearse in my head what I’m going to say to the store employees when they ask if I have a mask. And I have to prepare myself to confront some jackass who calls me out for not having a mask. Who would have thought going to get groceries would be stressful! On a positive note my courage has increased and I’m I can think a little quicker. There’s always a good that comes out of an evil. Deo Gratias!
November 2, 2020 at 8:53 pm #630
i too am always the only one in the store with no mask, maybe we could go shopping together sometime?
November 2, 2020 at 8:59 pm #631
I didn’t have much of a social life before kovid, because i have health problems that slow me down a lot. But after this cabal nonsense, it’s even more lonely. And I can’t help but feel irritated every time someone steps off the sidewalk to avoid me – over a virus lie. Everyone i know believes the lie – they will not do the research and tell me they believe what the media spews out. I’m totally disgusted. I hate that all the plans i had have been destroyed and it’s possible that i may be arrested or murdered if i do not take the vaccine/mark of the beast.
November 2, 2020 at 9:26 pm #632chopchipParticipant
the security guard at the market mall agreed with me that the whole covid thing is nonsense, obviously she has to tow the line because it’s her job. people are afraid that if they don’t comply they will lose their livelihood. this is is pure tyranny. i never wear a mask and im not dead or even sick. i never thought i would see this sort of insanity in the country that i live in
November 2, 2020 at 9:34 pm #633DarleneParticipant
I have a friend who lost her job from the lockdown and is still unemployed. I too get stressful when going shopping, thankfully most places I’ve been to doesn’t make a comment, one or two employees had asked if I wanted a mask but I smiled and politely, in a cheerful voice, said “no thank you, I’m exempt” and they left it at that. I haven’t been to Walmart since Aug 1st. If I have to go there one day I hope they won’t be dictorial about having to wear one. I did have to go for a blood test and the guy said I had to have a mask (ha, even though I was wearing a silly face shield, my doctor signed a note no mask) when he asked for a doctor’s note, I tried to explain to him that he can’t ask me that, under the bylaw. He said he didn’t want to argue with me (relief!) but told me to wait outside and will get me when a room was available. At least the encounter made him forget to ask me to use the stupid hand sanitizer. Which I will not use, it is harsh stuff. Hi Mary, I too fear being arrested or thrown into those concentration camps they’ve built if I don’t submit to that horrid vaccines. I really hope they don’t force or go so far as to literally jab one into me. I hate this whole covid thing world reset thing. If it wasn’t for my faith in God and hoping and praying to Him, it would really get me down. Wow, this post long! Sorry for ranting 🙂
Ha, we should go shopping together, I live in the SW
November 2, 2020 at 9:47 pm #637
well the nonsense makes us feel insane, but i suspect the cabal knows exactly what they’re doing
November 2, 2020 at 10:38 pm #640
My husband is a die-hard researcher and knew all about what was coming for Agenda 21. When I was sent home from work in March, I knew this was the start of something bad. What disturbs me the most is how my colleagues and most of my Facebook friends think you just have to wear a mask and this will all go away. You can’t convince them that they have been fooled. I feel anxious before going into a store as I will not wear a mask anymore, but also feel empowered knowing that I am “being the change I want to see”. I feel bad that my kids have to wear one at school. There is no way they can get out of it without having to use e-school and that was a horrible experience for them. I feel like the AB Gov’t is just fooling us into thinking our kids can continue to go to school as now we are experiencing so many “outbreak” and “quarantine” notices, it’s ridiculous. I hate this so much.
November 3, 2020 at 11:24 am #650
Hi, I hate the lies the most. Even when politicians are presented with scientific evidence, they still continue with the same agenda – why is that – i suspect something more sinister is going on and that it was never about the virus.
November 3, 2020 at 11:26 am #652
ps, i couldn’t answer you right away, there was a glitch somewhere, but seems to be fixed now
November 3, 2020 at 6:08 pm #661
Thanks for responding Mary! I think that this is part of a global political plan and we can no longer trust our leaders. There are a few that are fighting for our Charter Rights but other than that, they are being trampled.
November 3, 2020 at 7:26 pm #663
Sure! Let’s do it!
November 3, 2020 at 7:29 pm #664
It’s important to start forming little communities so if a lockdown comes again, we won’t be stuck in our homes. Even better if we live close to each other.
November 3, 2020 at 10:12 pm #666
yes, not sure how it will all end – but am trying to prepare for the worst – even death or jail
November 26, 2020 at 2:33 pm #1017StevenMC2050Participant
Good day all. Im finding my emotional state to be a total rollercoaster during all of this. I live alone, with few friends to speak of.
Last year, just before all of this, my kid’s mom packed her up and moved her to Kamloops. I was just about to start college at the time, and couldnt afford to stop her. Since then, she has lost her job and is unable to afford to help me pay for visits, and I cant afford them on my own, so I’ve seen her 3 times since she’s been gone. Now that Lockdown Round 2 is upon us, I fear that it may be a long time before I see her again. Of course, there are plenty of illicit ways I could go about it, but I need my job. I can’t just take off on a 2 week hiking trip through the mountains haha.
Now, the owner of the company I work at is enforcing the mask mandate from the province, despite the fact that I work in an area alone. My job is very physical (I’m the lead fabricator in a Sheet Metal shop) and I now worry about my physical health. My supervisor is a mentally abusive asshole, who knows damn well I can’t afford to leave.
I’ve never felt so infinitely trapped
November 26, 2020 at 5:32 pm #1024
i’ve been alone most of my life, my family believes in kovid, the only support i have right now is the people online
i’m sorry to hear your boss is a goof, there are lots of those, the caretaker in my building just got told he has to wear a mask outside when he shovels snow!
i’m retired but i try to get to rallies, and since fcbk blocked me, i joined telegram.org and communicate with people there and here too
November 26, 2020 at 6:50 pm #1026
The lockdown and mask mandate have cost me friends who used to exercise critical thinking but refuse when it comes to this virus and the police state it has brought. The exception are my friends who are from communist countries. All of them are anxious about how this is being played out not the virus. The usual question is where do we defect to now?
I have given up the debate with family.
The degree of cognitive dissonance is staggering. The conversation usually boils down to ‘F$%k you and F$%k your facts’ or ‘I don’t care. I’m not taking any chances’ (by actually getting informed?). So be it. I really hate the fear mongering and truly specious arguments we’re bombarded with.
I’ve sent the link to this site to my local business owners, my friends who have small businesses, and my friends who are truly afraid of contracting Covid. I make them aware that I will be protesting on Saturday. I’ve told all of them why I’m doing it and that I’ve sent the link not to invite them but because there is so much excellent information on it that might help them be less afraid. So far, the business owners expressed their gratitude and signed the petition but are more afraid of the AHS or are unable to leave their businesses to march with us.
On a positive note, I’ve stopped drinking alcohol. haha It gets too easy to try to sedate away the frustration and it never helps to make good choices.
See you Saturday
November 27, 2020 at 12:21 pm #1048
Another reason for my abstinence is that aside from numbing down and dulling my thinking is that it is also a well known path to depression.
So, stay sharp.
November 27, 2020 at 2:48 pm #1056
I just saw this.
People dying for pseudo science.
Do we need another reason to protest.
December 2, 2020 at 4:55 pm #1208LiubovZParticipant
Hello amazing people! I’m so happy to see thinking and smart people here! Oh, I’ve never thought it’ll be so hard to be the only one in my community who thinks that all this lockdown/mask thing is an absolute nonsense! I don’t wear masks, and I sometimes see people in stores without them as well. This inspires hope that people are waking up! Let’s keep going and building our own community of thinking people in Calgary.
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