Recommended reading for Vax resisters
The only way to really defeat this is to openly reject it and challenge the very assumption of the thing. Counterfeiting and sneaking around it is accepting its assumption [ and strengthening it by the very act of acknowledging the need for deception ]. In the long run they’ll just find ways to make it impossible to forge and those loopholes will be closed.
Agreed BH and MGRS. It will be a QR code on your phone before they are through, not an easily forged paper card. Granted, as permiegirl said, the “authorities” will be inept at this. However, in spite of their ineptitude, it will used as a tool of control as well as division. “What? You don’t have your pass? I have mine.”
Resist. Resist loudly and early. I view getting a vaccine as a personal choice. I do not view this in the same light and will make clear to everyone I am in contact with that this is evil authoritarianism and will not be accepted.
Speaking of not accepting the premise, you do not need rto accept the premise that you are a resister. That is only in the world view of the pushers.
@Cat — I think what you say is terribly important. Do not accept being “othered” because that is a ride down a one-way train track (reference intended). I do not see myself as a “resister”. I am currently vaccine hesitant with regard to my own personal health, and questioning. That’s it. And in my personal life I have given up trying to educate my friends and relatives. Yesterday a friend — who knows me fairly well — announced that “All the people I know who question vaccination are very stupid people”. I said “um…I’m not stupid”… Upon which he said “I tell them ‘are you a doctor? If not, you have nothing to say to me’.” I said “I’m not a doctor but I read lots of texts by doctors”. and he just clammed up. Didn’t want to know. It is useless to try to persuade such people. Their fate will be on them and they will deserve it. So I am zipping my lip up more and more because if the vaccines work, we will be socially ostracized as a “threat” and if they backfire spectacularly, we will be socially ostracized for not personally suffering the medical consequences. Fortunately I am used to being an outsider, having moved around a lot in my life. It creates mental resilience.
“Speaking of not accepting the premise, you do not need rto accept the premise that you are a resister. That is only in the world view of the pushers.”
You’re probably right, I have no intention of getting the vaccine but that doesn’t automatically mean I’m fighting in the resistance. My personal way of fighting is to remove myself from complying with the nonsense as much as possible. To me, sneaky means are another valuable poke in the eye as are those who are willing to take on the system directly. But to borrow a Lord of the Rings analogy, not all of us are destined to fight Sauron. I have respect for those who do though.
I’m not a Vax resister.
I just know that the Quality of American health care is Merde.