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- Aug 29, 2022
- Peter Breggin MD and Ginger Ross Breggin
The Wave of Grief and Regret that is Coming
by Peter Breggin MD & Ginger Breggin
Originally posted to America Out Loud Aug 28, 2022 | Global, Health, Politics
An Australian woman who has become a friend recently sent me a short video clip from the Dan Bongino Show. In it, Dan Bongino, a frequent commentator on FOX, said getting the vaccine was his life’s biggest mistake and greatest regret. His vulnerability in discussing why he decided to take the shot, as well as his clear regret and admission that he is now afraid of what may be coming, was striking, especially coming from a big, strong guy.
Dan Bongino says, ‘getting the vaccine was the biggest mistake…and greatest regret of my life.’
My Australian friend wrote and said, “I’m bracing myself for an impending awakening of vaccine regret which will be enormous, and the grief will be harrowing, not to mention the anger… The Vaccine uptake here in Australia has been very high, and the ambulance sirens continue to be heard daily of people having heart attacks, strokes, etc. I personally already know of three people in my small street impacted… two dead and one severely incapacitated after the vaccine.” Australia is one of the most heavily COVID vaccinated countries in the world.
There is a wave of grief and regret coming!
Today, I went out to pick up our dinner from a Chinese takeout in a strip mall near the Cornell campus. As I crossed the parking lot, I heard what sounded like weeping. Looking around, I saw what looked like a young girl sitting at an outside picnic table in front of the restaurant, her head down in her arms, crying. No one was with her. Adults nearby were going in and out of the takeout place. My food was ready to take home to my family; it was already approaching 8 pm.
I couldn’t just walk by.
Not crowding her, I slowly approached. “Excuse me, are you okay?”
She raised her face, and I saw the soft vulnerability of early adolescence. “No….” she answered and snuffled. I looked around, ensuring there were no big guys lurking nearby. There was no foot traffic and no threatening figures. I wasn’t being set up for a mugging.
So, I talked with her, standing next to the table where she was seated. I asked her to tell me what was wrong, but for the first ten minutes, she would say a few words and then shake her head, crying again. I deliberately relaxed, realizing I would not walk away from this child sitting in front of me, crying. Slowly she shared a little bit of her story.
It wasn’t a boyfriend. She was not bullied. I saw no bruises or injuries. When asked, she said there was no one she could talk with — no teacher, no church member, no parent, no parent of a girlfriend….
I eventually sat, too, and we shared some time and some early evening summer sunshine as I slowly tried to help her unwind enough from her story. She had been there about an hour, she said. And the staff at the two restaurants she was in front of never checked on this child? All the foot traffic picking up takeout dinner, and no one asked if she was okay?!
I told her I was a mom, and my daughter was now in her 40s, but she struggled as a teen, and I struggled when I was a teenager, too — Most girls do — it can be the hardest time! But it doesn’t last forever.
Eventually, she told me she was disappointing everyone. Her family was “high achievers,” and she couldn’t keep up with her schoolwork. More tears. More story.
Then she agreed I could call her mom, and I did, with my speaker phone on. “My name is Ginger, and I am here with your daughter—she’s safe.”
“Oh, thank God!” her mother gasped. “Her dad has our car and is out looking for her.” That was when I knew for sure this child had been gone for a while. I told her mom I would be with the girl ’til her dad came.
He leaped out of the car when he arrived, and she jumped up and ran into his arms. As he reassured her and hugged her, he looked up at me, mouthing ‘thank you!’ They both repeated their thanks as they left.
Not all of us will be as open and vulnerable about our grief and distress about our struggles as was this young girl or Dan Bongino. But I would guess most of us are struggling. Life is challenging in more normal times. In the past three years, life has been unimaginable for many.
For that child, she has endured the last two school years of middle school doing ‘remote learning.’ Away from her friends, her peers, away from any personal contact with teachers, with other adults and community members. We are now learning that children of all ages suffered and have missed developmental milestones while in lockdown.
Elders have suffered in care facilities, locked away from family members, and unable to visit with and embrace sons, daughters, and grandchildren. And too many of us, like Dan Bongino, have taken the COVID vaccines, because we were “at greater risk” or were told to take the shot or lose your job, or because we were scared of the disease, or needed to travel, or were just trying to get back to normal.
Sadly there is no getting back to normal.
The crises we are enduring are not over. COVID was not the beginning or the end of this social upheaval story. The loneliness, isolation, and fear of SARS-CoV-2 are replaced by the uncertainty and fear of being unable to obtain life’s basics. In the US, we are being promised energy interruptions, food shortages, water rationing, climate-related weather disasters, gasoline shortages, spiraling inflation, and winter is coming. In other countries around the world, disasters are already hitting, like carpet bombing. The video of Bangladesh I saw last night on Twitter is already pulled down. When does that happen? When does an information and communication source like Twitter censor information from around the world?
So I captured screenshots of the video from YouTube.
All of this is not an accident. The manipulations of the captured Administrative States in formerly free and constitutional, and democratic republics are increasing and expanding. The globalists are implementing controls around the world that are creating or expanding each of these escalating disasters.
It is time.
It is time to be brave.
It is time to speak out.
It is time to be compassionate to those who are suffering.
It is time to confront the evil stalking the world.
We must find the strength to do all of these things at once. Go to the school board meeting. And comfort the lonely elderly neighbor. And nurture our children and any children in our sphere. And write that letter to the editor. And shop at the local markets, paying in cash, not credit cards. And share this blog and others with friends and neighbors. And befriend the local sheriff and deputies. And visit a sick friend who has developed cancer, blood clots, a heart condition, or neurological issues. And get to know your farmer neighbors. And set up a little garden on your balcony, backyard, and in a corner of your house. And keep educating ourselves about what is really happening in the world.
Globalism is real, and it is coming for us and, worse, for our children and grandchildren. Dr. Breggin and I have researched and documented the plans, the preparations, and the goals of the globalists and those promoting the World government.
In our book, we have over 1,000 documented end notes and references. We have a 40-page chronology showing the planning that went into executing the last three years of the pandemic. We have links and documentation of the genetic manipulation of viruses being funded by the US National Institutes of Health (NIH) and piloted by Anthony Fauci. We have the documented details about the suppression of early treatments for COVID-19 that would have saved millions of lives and made the spending of billions on dangerous experimental and toxic “vaccines” unnecessary. Please read our book: COVID-19 and the Global Predators: We are the Prey.
Be informed, America.