What Winning Looks Like: Do NOT Submit

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  • Sat, Sep 18, 2021 - 11:54am

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    lmcdel

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    What Winning Looks Like: Do NOT Submit

I saw this when it came out on Twitter yesterday. The twitter OP doesn’t seem to have responded to multiple requests for source. Those who googled it only came up with an article quoting an internal memo that the London branch (looks like London Ontario from post above) is requiring vaccines. It’s frustrating when people don’t give a source, even if it’s just to state that it was heard from an employee or whatever.

 

  • Sat, Sep 18, 2021 - 04:57pm

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    Paul7

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    What Winning Looks Like: Do NOT Submit

Another incentive to Not Submit from Reiner Fuelmich.

Rumble — Interviewed by Max Igan from “The Crowhouse”, John O-Looney a funeral undertaker in England with credentials and experience over 15 years, exposes the government COVID-19 death coverup since 2019 that will be amazed and astound you what’s going on duping the public big time.

https://rumble.com/vmlz42-funeral-director-john-olooney-blows-the-whistle-on-covid.html

  • Sat, Sep 18, 2021 - 05:21pm

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    Guyman Dude

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    What Winning Looks Like: Do NOT Submit

I have not found a single person where I work who is willing to refuse the injection at the cost of their job.  Except me.  The answer I keep hearing is, “I’ve got bills to pay.”  So do I.  But, submitting to an authority that forces me to choose between my life and my livelihood is a fork in the road to which I can never return.

In 2008, during the financial crisis, many of the middle-class people with whom I worked stopped paying their mortgages when their properties fell below the value of their loans.  Many of them lived in their homes for as long as two years (!) without paying on the mortgage before their homes were repo’d and they were evicted.  Nothing changed with their employment statuses or their incomes.  They considered it a “prudent financial move” to violate their contracts to save money.  If these people were so ready and willing to violate their contracts when they weren’t even in a bind, I don’t see them standing up for any principle at all – including defending the individual rights of Americans to decide whether or not to take an experimental injection.

I know a few people at work who have not taken any of the injections, yet, because they are aware of the risks (and learning more about the risks as time goes on).  I also know a few people who have been injected, but don’t believe the government has the right to mandate it for everyone.  However, when the chips hit the table, I think I’m going to be the only employee who loses his job (out of more than a thousand) over the mandate.  I haven’t conducted any kind of poll at work; this is just what I’ve observed passively in my conversations with my coworkers.  When I read about numbers like 40% solidarity in refusing a company-mandated injection, it seems like wild fantasy to me.  I feel like a lone ranger, and I’m working at a major American corporation.  It’s more believable in the health-care field, where nurses and doctors have first-hand knowledge of vaccine injuries, but I’m having a hard time finding even one other person who will walk where I work.

Further, the CEO of the company sent an email to all employees last month, before the FDA approved the Pfizer injection and before Biden’s executive order, with the subject, “Please Get Vaccinated.”  In the email, he stated the following:  “The risk of infection among vaccinated individuals is reduced about three-fold, and the risk of severe disease or death is reduced by ten-fold or greater.”   Subsequently, lower-level managers have sent similar emails.  The prevailing attitude among managers is that not taking one of the injections puts everyone at higher risk.  In a casual conversation with a manager three levels up, he implied that I was freeloading on those who’d taken one of the injections – and this was months ago.  Even if the company allows for weekly testing as an alternative to the injections continue employment, I think it will be punished softly when raises/promotions are considered, for the preceding reasons.

Anyway, I find it hard to believe that there is a substantial cadre of employees willing to walk out if an injection mandate is implemented – at least, where I work.

  • Sat, Sep 18, 2021 - 05:57pm

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    Acorn Endeavors

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    You’re not alone Guyman…

Hi Guyman…you’re not alone.  The vaccination rate now at my workplace is 90%.  No unvaccinated person is willing to talk out loud about what they’ll do (and we’re few and far between).

When we have and act on strong convictions, I believe deep down we believe that we will be protected somehow.  I think about Marine Lt. Col. Scheller who spoke out about senior leadership accountability for their approach in Afghanistan.  While it looks pretty bleak for him now, I really believe it will turn out well for him and his family– I hope he and his family feel that way.  It may not be an immediate rescue, but I believe it will work out for them.

You’ve found a good place here– one where people are informed, will listen, and will support you.   There are great ideas here, loads of information, willing listeners.  Hang in there…

 

  • Sun, Sep 19, 2021 - 12:20am

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    HPHovercraft

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I have to agree with the posts immediately above me.  40 per cent unvaccinated does seem implausibly high.  Even in Western Australia, which has had practically no covid cases (i.e. infections, probably under a hundred) to this point and by now have had literally years to assess the situation, people seem to be getting vaccinated in droves.

What I am seeing is that so many people are getting vaccinated that any vaccine mandate is looking pointless.  I know one person who is a primary school teacher who has told me that they now don’t seem to be intending to mandate it because so many (most of whom will, of course, be women) have already been vaccinated voluntarily.

Of course, this is Australia (so think, Canada) where all the medical doctors have been muzzled and there is no informed and so sensible discussion of the vaccines or covid to be found anywhere.  That is, apart from the single location where I found clear evidence for the gagging of doctors (courageous self-reporting on their circumstances by them).  The emotional climate and so contagion can only be described in terms of fear and terror.  SARS-2-Covid is still no where near endemic in large parts of Australia (there only two main beachheads for Delta, still quite well contained, in the two largest cities), but nobody bothers with the facts.

  • Sun, Sep 19, 2021 - 06:17am   (Reply to #15)

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Hph,

I’d agree on your comment the vax rates in Aussie schools – I am the only unvaxxed adult at my school workplace, and that’s in Tas, likewise hardly any cases….

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