Some rabbi has written out a reasoned response to the Chinkvirus vaccination issue, and lists his thirty-one reasons why he is refusing to get the jab.

Others would have confined themselves to five, or ten — but he’s a rabbi so he had to go into excruciating detail.  (My Tribe Readers will know exactly what I’m talking about.)

Your job, should you choose to accept it, is to read his list and pick your top three reasons (assuming you agree with some, disagree with others, as I do).

No need to cut & paste the whole thing;  I’ll do a quick tally and show the winner, giving three points for your first choice, two for the second and so on.

I won’t count my choices in the total, but this was my absolute favorite, his #15:

Those who raise concerns about this medical treatment are being bullied, slandered, mocked, censored, ostracized, threatened, and fired from their jobs. This includes medical professionals who have science-based concerns about the drug and caregivers who have witnessed people under their charge suffering horrible reactions and death shortly after being injected. When the establishment is purging good people who risk everything simply to raise concerns about a new medical treatment — even if they don’t outright oppose it — I will trust these brave people over the establishment every time. I cannot think of a single similar case in history when truth and morality turned out to be on the side of the establishment.

As anyone who knows me well can tell you:  the more I am nagged, bullied or coerced into doing something, the less likely I am to do it, to an exponential degree.

Bravo, Rabbi.


  1. Some of the 31 overlap, but I guess that’s to be expected.

    #3 – first place
    #13 – second place
    #25 – third place

    And like you, the more I feel pressured by others to do something, the more I dig in my heels and refuse.

  2. #3 – no real medical benefit
    #6 – Zero liability for the drug company
    #9 – Pfizer people have not taken their own “vaccine”. If I cook a meal and I refuse to eat it, what does that say about me?

    There were a bunch more that tied in with those three. #11 could go along with #9, but those up top are my three.

  3. #1 – first place – It’s not a vaccine
    #21 – second place- The government has sealed their protocol. What are they hiding?
    #31 – third place – stinks on ice.

    I have no intention of getting the shot and marvel that its seems to be something to get more than something needed. “Good News, Comrade! the vaccine ration has been increased!”

    just like chocolate in “1984”

  4. #1 Not a vaccine
    #2 No testing on animals — you are the little white mouse.
    #3 Long term effects? What long term ? A few months?

  5. #15 – first place – The bullying of medical professionals who raise concerns about side effects is very telling.
    #1 – second place – It is not a vaccine. But the fact that it is being touted as one and marketed as one suggests something stinks. This goes along with the point about accountability.
    #4 – third place – I can take plenty of vitamin C, Zinc, and my bride makes a wonderful elderberry syrup (which has great antiviral properties) that has worked wonders last time I got the flu and would go great on toast.

    I don’t think taking an experimental treatment for a disease I have a 99%+ chance of surviving is not something I’m remotely interested in. I don’t get the flu shot either for very similar reasons. I’m not into overmedicating. My system is stressed due to taking immunosuppressants so I don’t need to go mucking about with my immune system just because a bunch of Karens on social media are scared out of their minds.

  6. I live in a house populated with 70+ y.o. residents. We are a private home, not a medical or private commercial facility. All of us have medical conditions that could be considered life-threatening, none of us are currently qualified to receive it. One is a 2-time cancer survivor, under 75 years old (too young,) one is currently taking radiation treatment for metastasized prostate cancer only 74, but can’t take the shot because it might interfere with his treatments (no one knows; it might, it might not. No research information available.) One has stage 4 COPD, Stage 3 Liver Disease, and is 70 years old. (Too young, too sick, or not sick enough.)

    I am not interested personally in getting the shot (I’ve already lived a lot longer than I have ever intended,) I will not stand in the way of those who choose to receive it. BUT, and it’s a BIG but, people considering getting the shot MUST have the ability to consider what they’re getting into. Informed consent. Blindly diving in without knowing where the rocks are is just stupid. Racing to get these vaccines out should parallel research programs into what the effects might be, including effects on preexisting conditions and pregnancy.

    Someone else can take my place in the Guinea Pig line.

  7. You said: As anyone who knows me well can tell you: the more I am nagged, bullied or coerced into doing something, the less likely I am to do it, to an exponential degree.

    My contrarian nature is similar. The hospital I work at has a goal of 100% compliance with getting vaccinated, and I’ve been eligible to receive it for over a month now.

    They are also offering a $500 bonus if we get vaccinated before mid-March.

    If they need to pay me to take it, I’m pretty sure I don’t want it.

    1. > They are also offering a $500 bonus if we get vaccinated before mid-March.

      I work for an agency that was deemed eligible to jump to the head of the line for the Holy Jab. Teachers (who haven’t done their jobs for nearly a year now) and prisoners (WTF?) have also been prioritized. Meanwhile, unless you’re 70+ (not 65+ as in most other places), you’re waiting.

      As a bribeinducement to get the Holy Jab, we’ve been offered (among other things) two extra days of PTO, supposedly to deal with whatever side effects might surface. In my case, that’d amount to more than the $500 you were offered.

      I don’t get flu shots. The cost-benefit analysis of this so-called Chinkvirus “vaccine” (that really isn’t a vaccine) pencils out even worse than the flu shots I’m already not getting. I suspect the Chinkvirus paid me an early visit in November-December 2019, and I’ve had not so much as the sniffles since that couple of weeks that were admittedly not fun. I already have more PTO than I can use (I get five weeks per year), and two days’ pay is hardly sufficient to cover some of the outcomes that we’ve already seen.

      If I have any say in the matter, I’m not getting the Holy Jab. It’s not worth the risk, especially for a bug that’s 99.9+% survivable without it.

  8. #1 – I keep saying this. Polio vaccine contains weakened or killed Polio viruses. Same with Small Pox and the rest. There has never been a vaccine against a corona virus because they adapt too fast. So the covid “vaccine” isn’t a vaccine at all. It’s a bunch of RNA that will get your body to do stuff.

    #6 – No liability. Would anyone put other chemicals in their bodies under similar circumstances?

    #31 – It does stink and makes me very suspicious.

  9. “1. It’s not a vaccine. A vaccine by definition provides immunity to a disease. This does not provide immunity to anything. In a best-case scenario, it merely reduces the chance of getting a severe case of a virus if one catches it. Hence, it is a medical treatment, not a vaccine. I do not want to take a medical treatment for an illness I do not have.”

    NO! No! Wrong! Fractally wrong! This is not how vaccines work! This is not how any of this works…

    When the very first point you raise demonstrates a complete ignorance of the topic, the reader is fully within his rights to dismiss the whole screed out of hand. Which is a shame, because many others are solid.

      1. The CDC tends to oversimplify for public consumption.

        So, let’s go through the claim:

        “A vaccine by definition provides immunity to a disease.”

        Not so. In fact, contradicted by the very paper you posted. A vaccine, if we’re going to be pedantic, is a medical treatment that trains the immune system, in effect priming it, to react to one or more pathogens. As a trivial counterexample, toxoid vaccines make your body more resistant to the toxins the pathogen produces giving your immune system the time to destroy the pathogen. To say nothing of the fact, that even in the best cases, no vaccine is 100% effective.

        “This does not provide immunity to anything. In a best-case scenario, it merely reduces the chance of getting a severe case of a virus if one catches it.”

        That’s what a lot of vaccines do. As an everyday example, the yearly flu shot is maybe 50% effective at preventing symptomatic infection, but as a major benefit massively reduces the chance of severe complications. See https://academic.oup.com/jid/article/210/5/674/2908613 and https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0264410X18309976?via%3Dihub

        “I do not want to take a medical treatment for an illness I do not have.”

        Amazing statement. I cannot imagine the degree of mental confusion it takes to follow up “In a best-case scenario, it merely reduces the chance of getting a severe case of a virus if one catches it”, with “I do not want to take a medical treatment for an illness I do not have”. Has this medical genius never heard of prophylaxis?

  10. If only the “jab” came with 1,000-rds of the caliber of your choice?
    Decisions….Decisions……Just a minute, I’m thinking!

  11. This is a hard one.
    I think I’d probably have to say:

    #16 – This is the greatest medical experiment in the history of the human race. (And I’m not being asked!)

    #3 – The presumed benefits of this medical treatment are minimal and would not last long in any case. (I worked at Foxwoods, with a lot of Asian guests. Admittedly I was out most of February with a back injury but in January and March? The housemate has been back at work there since July, and his only illness has been due to wearing the mask, NOT WuFlu – he was tested. I haven’t worn a mask in the last year except for at the doctor’s office. I must have been exposed how many times?)

    #20 – We are being pressured in various ways to get injected, which violates medical ethics and the foundations of democratic society. (According the Chinese ‘zodiac’ I’m an Ox. Stubborn ain’t seen nothing. “They are not much influenced by others or the environment, but persist in doing things according to their ideals.” “They are stubborn and stick to their own ways.” “But no matter what, they will walk down the road they choose until the end.” All much more me than my Western Gemini.)

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