many people try to undermine religious exemptions [to COVID vaccine mandates] with excuses about fetal cells in other shots
1, i didn't consent to those, my parents did
2, that's not even the biggest issue i have
i see this whole thing as cult like, sacrilegious and frankly golden calf tier horse shit
The cult aspect is why I can't see myself giving in an getting tested unless I seriously believed I had it and was getting tested prior to treatment by the cultists - and I do not trust their cult to treat it. Morally, I think it would be better to die at home than to allow myself to be sacrificed to their god.
Amen to that, I totally agree. But can you clarify:
> giving in and getting tested
giving in to the mandate and getting tested weekly in exchange? That's what I'm facing at work
> getting tested prior to treatment
as opposed to getting tested after treatment?
What I'm referring to is the "options" being given to people who are fighting the mandates in their workplaces. Receive their baptism by accepting the vaccine into your life, or accept their alternate sacrament of regular "testing" (with tests we already know don't work) to potentially help increase the numbers of (false) positives for the unbelievers (unvaccinated) to prove their faith is justified. And in many cases, wearing their religious garb (face diaper, which also does not work and arguably makes you more likely to incubate a respiratory virus) if you refuse to receive their baptism.