[It is excellent to see how firm people are who are against the vaccines! They would rather lose their jobs than be forced to have the evil jab. This is excellent. There are big things at stake … people's lives and perhaps even highly damaged DNA … if they are still alive and fertile thereafter! Jan]
According to a new poll, those who remain unvaccinated with the COVID vaccine that isn’t a vaccine are standing their ground. Around 70% of those who have not taken the gene therapy shots will quit their job before giving up their body sovereignty. But about 50% of employers say they have plans to force their hands.
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Some 35% of the 1,066 unvaccinated individuals polled by the Washington Post and ABC News last week said they would request a religious or medical exemption if their employer adopted a vaccine mandate, while 42% said they would quit.
Such a hefty majority doesn’t look good for American corporations, more than half of which (52%) said they planned to have at least one vaccination requirement in place by the last quarter of 2021, according to a Willis Towers Watson survey last week. That survey addressed 961 companies, employing a total of almost 10 million people.
However, while unvaccinated Americans aren’t particularly keen on chasing down the needle, some 52% of Americans, in general, approve of businesses requiring their employees to be vaccinated, with 44% opposing the idea, the poll found. –RT
That means there are a lot of people living in the “land of the free” (which we all know by now, it’s not) that want to force others to give up their body sovereignty, the only smidgeon of freedom some have left.
The arguments for mandatory vaccination have only grown louder in recent weeks as governments try to do everything possible to get as many people injected as they can. Last week, the American Civil Liberties Union claimed, to the shock of many, that mandatory vaccination actually bolsters civil liberties and that the right to bodily autonomy is not “absolute.”
If a large chunk of people will stand firm against these shots, the public has a chance. If they allow another to coerce and force something in their body, and some will roll up their sleeves to avoid losing their job, they will lose whatever is left of their free will. Having free will means being able to say “no” and that small two-letter word terrifies tyrants, both big and small.