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.