Buddhist / Eastern
Regarding that, you can always (and most of the time should) stand up for yourself, is what I learned after a while.
I was going to write out about my personal experience with being "forced" to be vaccinated, but I don't really want to go that much into detail. But the paragraph above already sums it up anyway.
I was an atheist and not that redpilled at the time of getting the vaccine, so I didn't mind it as much. Now I see it is a mistake.
What if it was actually the mark of the beast? What if it actually mass killed everyone who took it like the epic /pol/acks told me on my 4chins? What if it sterilized people? All these questions that involve something bad from the vaccine, yet literally no positives outside of minor things you could live without (in most countries, no vaccine just meant not leaving the house for a while again. In my case, if I had not taken it, I would just have to deal with my family being mad and not go to literally just stores with a lot of people, for only some months). I believe most of those questions have the answer of no, and I dislike the shilling of the "literal who died, so that means everyone will apparently die because of the vaccine" and such things. But, In general it is a very risky thing, as governments get deeper and deeper into demonic policies.
Spent way too much time writing this, but I just wanted to write what I think of standing up for yourself and the vaccine, as the situation seems to have ended. I don't really care if anyone is trolling or if any side of the debate would disagree, those are just my thoughts on this subject.
Here's a Luke Smith video on the subject of the first paragraph:
Yeah, I could just left the military. I don’t have that much time though, unless I get forced into another year. I’ve had so many vaccines, I don’t even care. For what it’s worth, my friends are still having kids though.