I’m not a theological scholar, and I certainly didn’t play one on TV, but it’s clear to me that shot mandates go against Catholic doctrine, the teachings of all forms of Christianity, and against the very essence of the American concept of liberty.
For starters, there’s the fruit-of-the-poisoned-tree aspect. Tissue from a baby aborted in the Netherlands was instrumental in testing the mRNA shots. This isn’t disputed or questioned in any way – they just come right out and admit it with no moral qualms. Right there, hands down, that makes it out of bounds. To knowingly partake in something with a profoundly evil base is Sin with a capital S. Catholics never believe that the “ends” justify the “means.” That single fact is enough to exempt anyone from being forced to participate in a shot mandate under U.S. Code and International law as well. I will not defile my body with this stuff and I have a right, and still further, an obligation to follow my own conscience on this conviction.
Secondly, you have the inherent God-given right to choose your own medical treatment path. The COVID shots being administered in this country are considered by law and acknowledged by the bureaucratic apparatus to be a medical experiment, which means you have the right to decline to participate. There’s talk of an approved shot, but it’s all talk. The approved version isn’t available here and hasn’t even gone into production in the USA. Even with the so-called approved shot, the drug company that makes it was required in the approval letter from the FDA to continue to gather data and treat it as medical experiment. If it looks like a duck, walks like a duck and quacks like a duck, it’s a duck. And this thing looks like quackery all day long.
People have been forced to take part in medical experiments against their will in the past. World War II illustrated the evils of forced medical experiments and some Nazis were hanged for this very issue at Nuremburg. But it wasn’t just our opponents in that war that were committing these vile acts. It happened here as well. One word for you – Tuskegee. I will not passively allow Tuskegee 2.0 to continue.
I’m taking a profound risk with the lawsuit. Going up against billion-dollar corporations with untold political influence and power can leave you as a literal grease spot on the legal and economic highway. I could just write this off, take the L, and move on with my life — you know, be practical because the adversary is just too big.
Except I can’t. I just can’t do that. I’ve spent a lot of time in prayer on this subject, and it’s been made clear to me I can’t just walk away without fighting.
What happened to me happened to thousands of others. Many of them lost careers in fields that are much more vital to humanity than mine. You have first responders of all stripes – doctors, nurses, police, fire fighters, the military – but it should never happen to anyone, anywhere, ever. Compelling someone to violate their religious beliefs and surrender their rights just to put food on the table and keep a roof over their heads is vile. All forms of Christianity teach that we were created in God’s image and that even the least of us carries that divine spark with innate dignity and worth. To force someone to participate in something of this nature is profoundly wrong at its core.
When principles are challenged in this manner and the reasoning used to sanction it is an inversion of the Good, the Beautiful and the True, the word adversary needs to be capitalized because that’s who/what we’re fighting. The Adversary.
I’m not the only one trying to take the fight to the legal system, but I’m one of the ones at the front of the line. Taking the fight public to expose the fundamental wrongs that have been committed is vital to turning this thing around. Each separate victory chips away at the monolith, and brings us one step closer to having it crumble to dust under its own immoral and unconscionable weight.