Paranoid Vaccine Culture Is Tearing Canadian Families Apart

Written By Wyatt Claypool, Posted on January 18, 2022

It is increasingly apparent that outside of some personal protection for severe illness their is no benefit to getting vaccinated in terms of preventing the spread of COVID-19 and keeping others safe. Regardless there is still a toxic paranoia culture among vaccinated people of being around those who chose not to be vaccinated.

At this point everyone has probably heard of people refusing to associate with old friends and even family members because they are not vaccinated

I have personally heard about families deliberately moving Christmas and New Year’s celebrations in 2021 outside of Canada just to prevent unvaccinated relatives from being able to attend the festivities. I have even seen some instances of parents not allowing their own kids to see them because they refused to get the vaccine due to not being at significant risk from COVID-19. 

What is incredible in all of these situations is how little faith many of those who are vaccinated seem to have that their COVID vaccination is keeping them safe from severe illness. They both act like the vaccine is everything while pretending it is nothing if an unvaccinated person enters the room. It is clownish logic. 

In some instances, the serious family conflict has been caused by the division and vaccine paranoia caused by the government and state-friendly media. 

Recently in Quebec, a father was unable to see his 12-year-old child because his ex-wife petitioned the courts to have his visitation privileges removed until February because he is unvaccinated. The judge ruled that this was in the “best interest” of the child despite COVID-19 not posing a significant danger to children and the child already being vaccinated. 

In the most extreme example of paranoid vaccine culture tearing families apart a Canadian father (Michael) believed he had “no choice but to run” when his formerly extreme anti-vax ex-wife flipped to be extremely pro-vax and wanted to vaccinate their 7-year-old daughter.

One can definitely disagree with Micheal for moving his daughter away from the mother in this way, but people should not overlook how vaccine propaganda has led to this point. The mother also feels it is absolutely necessary for their daughter to be vaccinated despite virtually zero risk being posed to her by COVID to the point that the small risk of a vaccine injury would outweigh it. 

Below is an interview Michael had with Laura Lynn Tyler-Thompson where he gives his personal perspective on his situation.

Michael is currently subject to an arrest warrant which itself should represent how overhyped the issue of vaccines has become in the media and government communication strategies.

Regardless of whether or not people personally choose to be vaccinated, what is undisputedly unhealthy to our society is the insane lengths to which vaccination has become the only thing that matters in many people’s minds. The whole thing is becoming so overheating to the point that family members are fighting over whether or not they, or their children, are vaccinated, with no regard to how harmless the COVID-19 virus is to the vast majority of Canadians. 

I myself would love for the COVID vaccine to become like every other medication and stop being a point of friction in our culture.

I could really care less what people chose to do and that is how it should be.

Wyatt Claypool

Wyatt is a student at Mount Royal University, where he is the president of its Campus Conservative club. In his writing, he focuses on covering provincial and federal politics, firearms regulation, and the energy sector. Wyatt has also previously written for The Post Millennial.

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