A Salute to Spouses/Caregivers of Veterans with Gulf War Illness/Syndrome (Deployed and Non-Deployed)
Originally published November 11th, 2019 in PsychCentral's blog, Narcissism Meets Normalcy. Written by Lenora Thompson.
We never raised our right hand and vowed to “support and defend the Constitution of the United States” but we may as well have. We simply said “I Do” and, Baby, as far as I’m concerned, we spouses/caregivers became veterans every bit as much as our spouse who suffers from GWI, deployed or non-deployed. Only we’re not in for four or eight years. We’re in "til death do us part" because Gulf War Illness never quits.
Have you ever experienced an inflammation storm? Have you ever watched someone you love dearly suffering through an inflammation storm?
If you haven't, believe me! You don't want to. It's an experience of unremitting physical suffering for them and unremitting emotional suffering for you because there is nothing, absolutely nothing, you can do to alleviate their physical torture. (See my husband's description of his first hand experience with nearly constant inflammation storms at the end of this article.)
So why do I bring that up?
Because the COVID-19 vaccine causes massive cytokine / inflammation storms, triggering autoimmune disorders sometimes resulting in death. While the antibodies stimulated by the vaccine only last three months the resulting autoimmune disorders will cause the body to attack itself for the rest of your life. So what is the ever-loving point!?!
According to Martin Armstrong, "There has been NO TESTING to determine side-effects on pregnancy, fertility, or lactation. Even more importantly, there is no test to even see if there are side-effects with a medicine you may already be taking."
That's why in my opinion Pfizer, Moderna et al. can take their precious vaccines and shove 'em! I'd much rather take my chances with a virus that is treatable and imminently survivable than risk infertility, inflammation storms and...um...what was the other one??? Oh yes! Death!
If you're a fan of time travel shows, then you know it's entirely possible for one person to exist in two different timelines at the same time...theoretically.
Recently, I suddenly realized that many of my friends are still existing in the fear/isolation Timeline I "Tardis-ed" out of back in March 2020. That makes me terribly sad.
As someone who was raised in an Environment of Fear, I know how damaging it is. I hate what it did to me and what it's doing to my friends still living in the fear/isolation timeline for the best possible reasons: They love life and they love their families.
So here's my take on the whole "Covid Thing," a topic that's become so emotionally and politically loaded that only a foolish writer would "rush in where angels fear to tread."
But when has that ever stopped me!?!
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