Don’t look back

This is a post for fellow antivax chads. If you’re a vaxtard (or ever were), you probably don’t want to read this. Or do. But proceed at your own risk.

I keep meeting girls I like and then finding out they got a covid vaccine.

If you got the vaccine, you would have been one of the people loading the Jews onto the train cars.

I’m sure a lot of people had good reasons to do that.

I’m sure a lot of people regretted it.

A lot of people still think it was a good idea. Nowadays they fly rainbow flags and chant about being queers for Palestine.

Irrespective of your reason for loading the Jews onto the train cars or how much you regret it, you still did it. And you can’t undo something like that.

I’m going to live the rest of my life knowing I wasn’t one of those people. And the vaxtards have to live probably in very carefully constructed denial that they were.

I have no choice but to tolerate such people in my friend group. But I can’t build a family with someone like that.

This really matters. This is a lot bigger than “don’t marry a Democrat” or “don’t let your son date a Broncos fan.”

And it’s far more important than any hypothetical concerns about say medical issues with the children. And it’s not like those concerns aren’t legitimate or don’t matter.

What’s upsetting to me is knowing there was a time in my life where I would have been a vaxtard.

It’s not as if I don’t understand why people did it. I do understand. Deeply. That’s precisely why I’m so judgmental of it.


What’s that story in the Bible about not looking back?

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