“Sometimes your best investments are the ones you don’t make.” – Donald Trump
As I read this quote, I thought not about financial investment, but of my investment into my own existence. I thought about the investment into the future of us all.
The narrative nowadays is to do things for everyone else.
“Wear that facemask so you don’t kill grandma.”
“Take that vaccine so you can help everyone else get ‘back to normal.'”
Well, if I don’t first take care of myself, how can I take care of anyone else?! If poke out my eyes, how can I lead the blind?
Here’s where I’m going with all of this: The best investment that I can make for my future is saying a big, fat NOPE to this experimental inoculation. No, thanks. I’m not putting my life in the hands of a ‘treatment’ that carries zero liability – and that has no Canadian database to quickly and easily view death and injury stats of ALL the vaccines administered. That, in and of itself, is a concerning.
Best investment is investing in doing my own research and asking questions – oh, and a big NOPE to this coercion.