Stupid is in the Mind of the Beholder
by Donna Martini – Oyster Bay, NY


We see post after post on social media written by people willing to humiliate their peers for not wanting to take this vaccine. They are calling their constituents idiots, stupid, selfish, and ignorant.

Is this a new trend now… be sheep or be shamed? Are we still allowed a healthy and vigilant response to what we are being asked, possibly forced, to do to our bodies?

Friends, forget for a moment whether injecting is right or wrong or good or bad; this is the current situation: A man-made blend of chemicals will be injected into our bloodstream, which will immediately flood our veins, organs, and fragile bio-systems with RNA-altering material. RNA works with and influences our DNA, reportedly as a messenger. The two are in a synergistic relationship that scientists still haven’t been able to figure out, yet, they are boldly messing with it.

Lest we forget, this is a newly designed drug with no history of safety to rely upon. We don’t know how it will affect our minds and bodies five, ten, or twenty-five years from now. We don’t know how it will affect our future offspring either.

This prompts mindful and cautious individuals to question what they are being told by the drug companies, medical professionals, and federal agencies, all of whom have been so wrong so many times before.

Who could plausibly negate the proof that “bad” science, human greed, and corporate abuse exists? It is evidenced by the constant emergence of even newer science proving the old science wrong, along with all the class action lawsuits and billions of dollars in payouts that have ensued.

Realize, too, how many people are aware that this technology is being offered by the same scientific and medical communities that, to date, have not been able to eradicate auto-immune disease or cure a common cold!

So, knowing all of this, what could be deemed more “stupid” to some: running toward the needle with open arms or keeping them covered until more data is revealed?

Let’s admit that fear of injecting or not injecting equates to fear of either suffering from the virus or suffering from the vaccine. Both should be deemed allowable human responses but, regrettably, they are not.

Instead, there is a demand for prudent citizens to forego their natural instincts and need to self-protect. But wouldn’t shaming people into doing what they don’t want to do, dismiss decades’ worth of “my body, my right” profundity?

No doubt there is a need to deal with this virus as a community. But our discourse has become political (what else is new) and hysterical instead of heartfelt and compassionate. None of this is helping us.

And we are in a debate with no immediate resolution because no scientist or political-party spokesperson can determine whose fear is greater or actually based on reality. Nothing but time will be able to tell us that.

To be more productive now, we can be more honest about our fears, human motive, and what our future is going to look like. We can finally bring to light more of the scientific research that proves how innately powerful we really are!

The truth is our bodies are comprised of light, sound, and scalar energy, designed to self-heal and holistically align with our earth. Why aren’t we embracing this knowingness? Do we really think the people who are creating drugs are smarter than whoever or whatever created us?

It is not fair to ourselves or that omnipotent, creative intelligence to not fully exhaust ALL the healing modalities we were already provided with. And what about all the organic remedies and simple, inexpensive prevention methods we can avail ourselves of before having the need to surrender to a chemical cocktail?

Because let’s face it, there will always be another disease, condition, or virus that will maintain every billion-dollar corporation’s motive to invent another drug or vaccine. The question is how many more chemicals do we need to inject ourselves with before we stop trusting their man-made solutions and start having faith in our own?


Donna MartiniDonna Martini is a wellness activist, speaker, cartoonist, and author of several books, including The Ten Commandments of Divorce and My Mini Book of Mighty Mantras. As an intuitive coach, she helps businesses, non-profits, government agencies, families, and individuals learn how to tap into their full potential through an energy technique she calls Positive Manipulation®. Her cartoon character, MantraMouse®, uses simple phrases to help people of all ages come to understand their human complexities, innate power, and potential. Donna can be reached at
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    • Jim Kresse
    • December 21, 2020

    Very well written Donna, accurate and to the point. Nothing but the best from you always. Thank you for sharing.

    • Rock Busto
    • December 27, 2020

    Hi can we share this on social media?

      • neil
      • December 27, 2020

      Please mention this was originally posted on
      Thanks very much,

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