Clown world. I heartily agree that there just doesn't seem to be any benefit to getting vaccinated, at least for most people. It's my understanding that the vaccines do absolutely nothing to prevent transmission, which seems to line up with what you're saying here.I should of stated, all of the above mentioned have been vaccinated.
I'll concede that if someone in the high risk categories (very old, very obese, etc.) believes the vaccines really help against symptoms, OK, maybe they should make a personal decision to get the injection. Maybe. That said, it should never be on pain of losing their job or something like that.
But for the vast majority of people, since there's no obvious benefit and there could be downsides, it seems like a no brainer to me that that you shouldn't get it. That's without even considering the implications of letting the powers that be set the precedent of mandatory injections, which to me is an even bigger problem.