Before I go on I’ll state my belief that we will be coerced into it. Doctors, grocery stores, airlines, etc., will have a no-vaccine no-entry policy. Sure, it won’t be mandated, but if you want to eat and get treated for a broken leg you’ll have to have it.
I‘m very resistant. I admit I have a lot of anxiety about it. I know someone who developed Guillain-Barre from (possibly) a flu shot. It was horrible to see a strong man go from upright to paralyzed and on disability in the space of an afternoon. It’s been years, and he will never be the same. But I’m resistant anyway because I don’t trust any of this to be what they say it is. Even if masses of people die from the vaccine Big Media will cover it up. I so look forward to judgment day.
After struggling with this pretty much all year it finally occurred to me to talk with my hubby about it and leave the decision up to him. I’m a slow learner. He’s wise and will do the right thing for us.
I am not willing to receive the vaccine under any circumstances and I am willing to accept being unable to renew a professional license and winding up supporting myself and any family via investment income, subsistence agriculture, and other labor, if it comes to that. I have done menial physical labor before, I didn't like it, but I did an adequate job, got things done, and I am willing to do such work again for the support and maintenance of my household if need be.
If a store won't let me in to buy tomatoes, well I'm just going to go grow my own tomatoes which I have often done anyway.