What to do if employer forces the JAB
When your employer backs you into a corner. Get the jab or quit. What do you do?
Here’s what I would do:
1. Demand that the ‘jab or quit’ proposition be put in writing.
2. Explain that irrespective of whether it’s a government or a corporation, any entity that makes experimental vaccinations a condition of employment – or of doing business – engages in the practice of forced vaccinations, which is in violation of the Nuremberg code, especially experimental vaccinations that are still undergoing clinical trials scheduled to end in 2023.
3. I would pull out my card ask the questions in it, leave the card with instructions to relay answers to me in writing
4. I would inform the employer that lawyers are filing crimes against humanity lawsuits, and that I would be consulting an attorney
This is just what I would do. I’m not giving anyone legal advice.
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Ask for it in writing that it is a condition of employment and that any injuries or side effects from the vaccine are covered under workmen’s comp.
Retire, with as little notice as possible.
I know it’s not an option for many people but this is only one more reason — a MAJOR reason — that I’m thrilled to be self-employed for the last ~ 20 years…
May Fortune smile upon us all — VIVA — Sager
This is happening to my sister-in-law right now. She absolutely refuses to get the jab and she works at a dental office.
Basically, all the things listed above are good talking points but what happens in reality is the boss starts looking for reasons to fire you. They’ll just start giving you the business; messing with your schedule, treating you passive aggressively, etc. The hope is that you’ll quit or you’ll eventually make a mistake that they can blow out of proportion and get rid of you.
One of my sister-in-law’s fears is that somebody will tag her on Facebook at a gathering and they’ll say “you didnt quarantine”. So anytime we all get together now she has to be paranoid that somebody will take her picture…this is the world some people live in now.
Conceptually, this could be viewed as a case of Who Moved My Cheese. What I mean is, you have the option of trying to sniff out what is going to happen in advance, and if your Cheese is about to move on its own, you can line up a new place to work in advance that matches better with your views.
You could even ask the Boss in anticipation: “hey Boss I’m just curious – what’s your feeling about employees getting vaccinated? Is this going to be a requirement?” Knowing the answer, you can plan ahead.
It is kind of wild to think about. “Sorry, you’re going to have to abort that baby. The Boss doesn’t like his employees to have children.” I mean, its not quite that bad. But it is certainly getting there.
In the old days, they called this sort of thing “slavery.”
Dave, Here is the solution that I implemented even before the virus.
They cannot force the jab. If you are terminated.. YOU won the lotto.. I am unsure why these employers like to welcome slam dunk law suits.
Jack, They’ll fire you for a different reason.
Here is a tool provided by Catherine Austin Fitts to guide an employee’s thought process and approach to conversations with employers.