COVID-19 – Do I really know enough?

Despite what we were told, there is sufficient evidence to support the fact that the Covid-19 vaccines were rolled out prematurely and the efficacy rates that were promised were not accurate.

Additionally, due to the premature emergency rollout of the vaccines, there was a lack of sufficient safety testing, the result being that an untold number people in Canada, the United States and around the world have been injured or died. As the governments continue to mandate additional vaccinations, based on the same faulty premises, more and more people like you are reaching a line that you are unwilling to cross.

You feel betrayed and lied to by the authorities and the media. It takes courage to admit that perhaps following these mandates was a mistake, but you are not alone. Millions of people are taking their first step to challenge the vaccine narrative. This website has been crafted to help inform you, and hopefully support your decision to say “ENOUGH is ENOUGH” Its time for Justice for the Vaccinated!

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Many people are telling different stories about how dangerous COVID-19 is and how we can best protect ourselves. It's okay to decide for ourselves what to do. It's also okay to take the advice of others we trust because we know them personally. But how do we know if we know enough to make good decisions? How do we know if the people we trust know enough to give us good advice? At the end of the day we need to learn some things for ourselves.

Below we have collected some starting points for learning about the key issues relating to COVID-19. A good way to learn is to start here and to inquire further. Another way to know if other people are knowledgeable is to ask them about some of the information here. They may disagree, but if they won't discuss it rationally, flatly deny it, or get abusive, perhaps you should take that as a warning sign.

Nothing we say here should be construed as medical advice: it is just a starting point for getting informed.