Eighteen reasons - with links

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A solid canonical list - compiled by Christian Elliot at Deconstructing Conventional:

18 Reasons I Won't Be Getting a Covid Vaccine
A few friends have asked my thoughts on the covid jab(s) so I thought it was time to write an article on the topic.

All my friends had not heard most of the details I shared, so I figured you might appreciate hearing some of what I told them.

Knowing how contentious this issue is, part of me would rather just write about something else, but I feel like the discussion/news is so one-sided that I should speak up.

As I always strive to do, I promise to do my best to be level-headed and non-hysterical.

I'm not here to pick a fight with anyone, just to walk you through some of what I've read, my lingering questions, and explain why I can't make sense of these covid vaccines.

Here are just a few of the reasons - each reason is fully explained with links to corborating data:

#1: VACCINE MAKERS ARE IMMUNE FROM LIABILITY
#2: THE CHECKERED PAST OF THE VACCINE COMPANIES
#3: THE UGLY HISTORY OF ATTEMPTS TO MAKE CORONAVIRUS VACCINES
#4: THE "DATA GAPS" SUBMITTED TO THE FDA BY THE VACCINE MAKERS

Fourteen more at the site.  #2 is interesting.  Moderna has never brought any product to market and Fauci owns patents for Moderna products. Nice little moneymaker there... A good solid list and there are over 2,600 comments worth perusing as well. Self-education is key here.  I am choosing to not get the vaccination.  Not until it has been out for a year or more.

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Recent research published by Salk on April 30 2021 show that Covid 19 spike proteins are causing vascular damage not respiratory and my understanding, from reading the report is that forcing a healthy body to create spike proteins to spur antibodies, as the current vaccines do, is likely not a healthy answer to the problem of the pandemic
https://www.salk.edu/news-release/the-novel-coronavirus-spike-protein-plays-additional-key-role-in-illness/

In addition there is a sobering view of the state of collusion between the government, MSM and big Pharma to keep promoting these vaccines despite the deaths that follow them.

https://leohohmann.com/2021/04/30/highly-cited-covid-doctor-comes-to-stunning-conclusion-govt-scrubbing-unprecedented-numbers-of-injection-related-deaths/

The absence of something (no injuries) doesn’t indicate the presence of something else (safety).
That is #4 from https://safetyrisk.net/top-10-things-safety-handful-people-know/ I don't know the source of the site but maybe you do or have heard of it. I got to the site by googling
absence of information about safety does not make something safe
Safety in terms of this new vaccine is very hard to define in the compressed timeline the CDC/FDA has created and I have come to feel that failure to acknowledge adverse reactions somehow has turned into evidence of "safety". This seems a very dangerous cousin to "cancel culture" in these very one sided times.

I agree. I am waiting for FDA APPROVAL. It seems unwise to inject something into a healthy human body the FDA can't say with a degree of certainty won't harm it. The rush to market reminds me of Thalidomide in the 1950s. With covid vaccines (and mRNA) as with Thalidomide, it now seems clear that certain segments of the population should avoid it and that information should be made clear and public before expecting informed consent.

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