Forgiveness for the Walgreens Pharmacy Worker. One Day.

 

For the second time, with two different Walgreens pharmacy workers (not the degreed doctors) over the course of two months, unsolicited comments were expressed over the amount of medicines I was receiving.


I, a 260-pound adult woman with severe osteoarthritis, had to endure the unnecessary opinions and spoken words from young, annoyed and indignant Walgreens workers.

Concerning my legitimate, much needed and several years in force prescription.

(The one that allows me to simply walk and live my life in the comfort I once believed was my right as a human being..without harrassment, disrespect or made to feel shamed over)
With one worker expressing her opinion ,with practical angry suspicion, that I was getting “too many pills”.

The other, in muted ‘shock’ and ‘concern’ , calling attention to his manager (and any one within earshot) on how he needed to get his manager about my prescription.


Although I do not appreciate the humiliation of my business being broadcast.

( a sour irony considering that their masters from the CDC have made such a stink over the “protecting of people’s information” via HEPA regulations)
Although I am not a druggie or ne’er-do-well junkie who needs to be confronted nor challenged by any living being on this earth.
I shouldn’t have to put up with this blatant rudeness. No one should.


But this is not the only time Walgreens’ employees have done this.
Dozens of times, over years, I took note of yet another unsolicited comment that nearly every pharmacy worker would make.

Comments on how expensive the meds are and the question of whether I understood how expensive they were.


As in the case with the formerly mentioned comment the latter comment was repeated, nearly word for word in each visit.
Expressions which should not be made by those who are not familiar with my life and what my highly educated doctor has decided to do in my medical condition.
Expressions of opinion that are pure insults, when one understands that I am an adult who has managed to live my life and take care of my own business since the majority of these trained Walgreens’ employees were in diapers.


I do not need these intrusive insults or questions and consider it a prime example of how the UN via the CDC has managed to force us to the level of children and slaves; subject to discomfort, emotional trauma and “social rape” without the average adult willing (or neurologically able) to defend these very simple rights- to be regarded as decision making adults entitled to basic respect and freedom from systematic bullying.


It’s a foul pattern that is obviously being taught to these workers as part of the conditioning of a once free and strong country into a country of weakened “things”…that have no rights to even basic comfort or respect.


There will come a day when these workers’ eyes will be opened to the horror of the criminal nature of the CDC that they trusted and worked for.


There will. No doubt about it.


Yet, being a former young adult raised in this society, brainwashed to the gills on many levels and wholly trusting the “authority” of an institution that has brought nothing but ruin to our people..

I will offer my forgiveness..

For the time in the future they think back on the countless human beings they insulted, pissed off and affected in the most inhumane and humiliating ways.
Not now.


Not when I can see that too many enjoy their “positions of power” and twisting the knives of their rude and mechanical duties so very much.
And not when one can tell, by their blatant condescension, how haughty they hold themselves up, with the permission and instruct from a criminal CDC to help make our lives as uncomfortable and demeaned as possible.


But my silent forgiveness is theirs…for the time they are either personally a victim of this system’s inhumanity, when their usefulness has run its course..or for when they mature into full grown and humane adults.
Just as I expect their forgiveness for the times I and/or others across this land respond with equally unsolicited comments such as
“No one asked your opinion. Do yourself a favor and simply do the job you were paid to do.”
or
“Keep your mouth shut and mind your own business”
or
I am not stupid, retarded or a child.

Since you repeat the same question regarding how expensive my meds are, I have no choice but to know you’ve been trained to say this.
However, I am a grown adult. I don’t know you, I didn’t invite you into my life.
Until the day you can prove that my doctor is a hack or is wanted by the police for murdering hundreds of unaware clients due to his habit of willy-nilly prescription writing….PLEASE

(there’s always room to adjust for more diplomatic communications)

be quiet and I’ll be on my way.”


Obviously, there are Walgreens pharmacy workers who simply enjoy doling out the rudeness.

They are indeed the “apples” of their UN master’s eyes.

They know full well what they do and how much they are insulting fellow American adults.

So, to expect any of this to make a difference would be to celebrate the logic of carrying water in a colander. It is and will remain useless.


It’s the ones who feel they are doing “what’s best” and have no memory of what it meant to show grown people respect as a public service worker.
Those who are part of the generation that come as a prized trophy within a defeated country of disabled peoples being currently usurped by the United Nations.
The ones who wonder, as time goes on, and begin to contemplate the authoritative contradictions from the CDC and realize the truer truths of

what’s supposed to be and was for a very long time

versus the

“what’s going to be, come hell or high water, and damn all Americans’ comfort and health.” mandate from these enemies…

It is for the generation of workers who will be the first generation of Americans to experience and know what it means to “live” in complete and open slavery.


That’s for whom the forgiveness is meant for.

For when they are forced to realize the horror of how they were systematically and cruelly used to be active participants.
For the ones who once had intentions to truly treat  people as “good” as possible, but were, instead, encouraged to openly treat us much worse than the animals that they’re currently groomed to hold in higher regard.


For the day will come…and they need to know that many of us

(no matter how demeaned or insulted we are within these darkest days)

understood who the true culprits were and that we maintained the faith that they’d be strong enough to free themselves from this abominable situation.

One day.

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