I am also in the UK and very concerned that we are in for a hard ride. (Damn those Empire builders). I feel so sorry also when close family are desperate to get the vaccine. I have not mentioned what I know to anyone. My family already think I am nutty enough in believing in the spirit realm. They are all very bright, logical people but they haven't developed sufficiently open minds to be able to embrace certain concepts. If I just mention anything out of their ken they remark "conspiracy theory". It has become a mantra. So for the time being I am just going to sit back and see what happens.
Thanks so much to Laura and the crew for another deeply interesting session.
It's probably best to avoid telling people about nano-control chips and DNA-altering biowarfare. A better tactic is to just focus on what is widely known and acknowledged: that this "vaccine" is an experimental procedure that has not been properly tested; that the companies that developed it have been immunized from liability and therefore have no incentive for it to be safe; and that it is not expected that it will prevent people from being able to spread COVID. Given all of that, there isn't much upside to getting the vaccine, and considerable downside risk.
Taking that tone might, just might, introduce enough doubt for someone that they adopt a more cautious wait and see stance. Hopefully that leads to enough of a delay that they snap out of the trance sufficiently to refuse the "vaccine" entirely.