So you’re unvaccinated.

Maybe it’s because you’ve already had Covid, and you question the value of vaccination with natural immunity.

Maybe it’s because vaccinated people are getting and spreading Covid, so you don’t see the point. 

Maybe it’s because you’ve seen someone close to you get severely sick or worse from the vaccine, and you don’t want to be next.

Maybe it’s because you’re concerned about the lack of long-term safety data for the vaccine, and you’d rather wait until we know more.

Maybe it’s because you don’t trust the promises of pharmaceutical corporations with sordid histories and soaring profits.

Whatever the reason for your reluctance to get vaxxed, at this point, no amount of hectoring is going to change your tune. In fact, the browbeating probably has the opposite effect, stirring the old Saxon fighting blood. 

So you’re unvaccinated, and you’re staying that way. So be it. 

You should know, though, that if you become a case or worse, you’re playing into the hands of your adversaries. With every case, hospitalization, and death, we edge closer to the abyss. And if mask and vaccine mandates really get your goat, just wait until the rabble is calling for internment camps.

That’ll never happen, you say? Au contraire. Many of your ideological opponents would already relish your “containment,” and many others will come around when the media has them hyperventilating over the horrors of the Epsilon Double-Plus variant—the doomsday disease incubated and unleashed by you and the rest of the unvaccinated swine.

(And ironically, the CDC was already mulling the viability of camps for high-risk individuals a year ago—as much as 25% of the population—according to the report.)

Thus, if you’re unvaccinated and wholly unprepared for Covid—if you’re not working to minimize your risks, and if you have no preventative and therapeutic protocols and paraphernalia in place—you’re not only imperiling your health, you’re preparing the ground for the brave new world.

Practically, then, if you’ve decided against the vaccine (and even if you are vaccinated, for that matter), you should . . .

  • Lose weight if you’re overweight or obese.
  • Exercise at least 150 minutes per week (more is better, and a combination of strength training and cardio is best).
  • Eat an abundance of nutritious food.
  • Maintain good sleep hygiene.
  • Have at-home Covid tests, budesonide inhalers, fever medicine, a thermometer, and an oximeter, and understand when Covid symptoms are severe enough to warrant a trip to the hospital (declining oxygen saturation levels that are approaching 90%, for example).
  • Avoid contact with sick people and self-isolate at the first sign of illness.
  • Take vitamins D and C, quercetin, zinc, and melatonin (and possibly Pelargonium sidoides) if you care to include supplements in your regimen that may improve immunity.
  • Have ivermectin and know how to use it if you believe the data supporting its efficacy (as many unvaccinated people do).

At bottom, at least try to put your finger in the dyke instead of just winking at the cracks.

Many scientists currently believe that SARS-CoV-2 is never going away no matter what we do with vaccines or otherwise—that Covid is destined to become yet another endemic disease, much like the flu. If you haven’t gotten Covid yet, then, it’s not a question of if you will in the future, only when, and if you let it catch you out due to negligence, you’ll only have yourself to blame.

So take action. Whether you get vaccinated or not, get healthy, get strong, and get ahead of the game.

P.S. Why share this? Because I know quite a few unvaccinated people who won’t be getting jabbed under any circumstances and who also haven’t done anything to mitigate their chances of getting sick or worse from Covid. This message has resonated with them, and thus I think it’s productive to share my thoughts widely.

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