18 Reasons I won’t be getting a Covid vaccine

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This review is awesome. Hard to refute his reasoning. It’s long but worth the read.

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18 Reasons I won’t be getting a Covid vaccine — tannngl

Author: foguth

Though Jeanne began her career technical writing, her love of romantic-suspense, whether it be present, future or in an unknown galaxy inspired her to write the novels she wanted to find in bookstores. Since marrying, Jeanne and her husband have lived from the arctic to the tropics, as well as from yacht to off-grid mountain home. She loves using vivid colors and flowing shapes in her oil paintings as well as creating edible landscapes. At present, she is finishing writing the Chatterre Trilogy and working on a new episode for The Sea Purrtector Files. You can always find out what she is working on and/or contact her at: www.jeannefoguth.com.

5 thoughts on “18 Reasons I won’t be getting a Covid vaccine”

    1. I wish you’d had the opportunity to read this 2 months ago! The propaganda to get jabbed never reveals the whole story…. Worse, down here, some who’ve gotten the jab didn’t even know which one they got prior. There is something very fishy about that…. Of course, I think that about anything where someone is obviously only giving an opinion and not full disclosure.
      Hope you got safe shots!

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  1. Some valid points so it’s interesting albeit unsettling reading, but sadly there wasn’t the time for more testing. I know about the chequered pasts of the manufacturers, particularly Pfizer. I remember reading years ago about their millions and billions paid out from lawsuits for their lack of ethics and morals. I trust Britain (my own country) less sadly, because they’d push through whatever to say they have a British vaccine and could ‘win the vaccine race’ against the EU to cover the fact we had the highest death rate here. I wouldn’t want J&J out of principal. But Pfizer.. I’d like to hope this is on such a huge, grand scale that they couldn’t do anything too dangerous or nefarious or cover up too many dark secrets. It’s too much of a risk and they have far too much riding on it. I don’t believe any of the stuff about DNA changing or tracking our movements or doing vaccines for some ulterior motive. I’ve had my first Pfizer jab and I’ll be glad to get the second. xx

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    1. Where we are (US), an appointment day/time is given for ‘the jab’, but the people I’ve spoken with don’t find out which one they got until after. That aspect alone makes me avoid the jab like the plague. Makes me think of the ‘game’ Russian Roulette.
      IF I was considering getting one, I would need to see all the documentation on the specific one up front – and have time to read it and research the ingredients.
      That isn’t happening, so I’m I’m trusting my immune system.

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      1. That’s fair enough. I suppose desperation makes me edge closer towards the jab. It’s only my parents I care about (elderly and immunosuppressed), and I want to see a way forward for them from this as they’ve been housebound since last March.

        I absolutely disagree with not telling people what you get beforehand. That’s pretty perverse. In the UK you find out when you arrive at the centre. If they don’t tell you straight off, you can ask and they’ll let you know. But of course you can’t decide which one you want. I understand them not wanting the palaver of what would happen if they ask people which they’d like but really, this is a big deal, a big thing they’re asking people to do. We all got lucky with getting Pfizer (my preference over AstraZeneca) but I had prepared myself to walk away if I was offered AZ. It’s a tricky one 😦

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