Conspiracy thinker vs trust

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surfer14

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Don't take the vaccine if you don't want to that is fine. You're not sinning. That is your choice. But don't turn it into a spiritual discussion when explaining why. Just say your not comfortable with the science and are not convinced that it is safe and leave it at that. Then allow those who do feel comfortable with the science and the safety testing and want to take it their right to do so without trying to suggest that they are doing something immoral and try and spiritualize it.

They are not watching porn they are getting vaccinated. Let it alone.
Scribe continually ridicules people that don't buy into his potions. But if they say anything in response, he plays the victim and asks us to "Let it alone". :ROFL::ROFL:
 
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Something is seriously wrong with society when your being called a bat sht crazy, tin foil hat wearing, paranoid, dog abusing, baby hating conspiracy theorist just because u don't want to be forced with an experimental vaccine...

Why do these people even care what we choose to do anyway... I don't understand where their coming from.
They have their vaccine, leave us alone then. But instead they want to get involved in our medical decisions. Why. Thats my number question about these guys. Why?
I don't know who your listening to. No one here is calling anyone names who does not want to take the vaccine.
Not taking the vaccine is a personal choice. Everyone has a right to take it or not take it.
I don't know who is calling people who don't want to take the vaccine names but just don't listen to them. They have a problem.
Don't use their problem as an excuse for you to act out rage. Christians don't let their peace get disturbed by name callers.

No one has a right to force a vaccine on anyone. Just make sure you don't do the same kind of thing that you are upset about. Don't call those who choose to get a vaccine names, don't pronounce judgments from God upon them as though they are not believers or just as Christian. It is not a spiritual right or wrong. It is a virus and a vaccine issue. It is a health choice issue.
No one can force you to go to the gym. Those who go to the gym are not receiving the mark.
No one can force you to take an antibiotic if you have an absessed tooth. You can't call the person who does a satan worshipper.

It is not crazy talk to say that you do not want to take the vaccine. It is crazy talk to say that there is a chip inside it that will track you. See the difference?
 
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Scribe continually ridicules people that don't buy into his potions. But if they say anything in response, he plays the victim and asks us to "Let it alone". :ROFL::ROFL:
I don't understand that response. It does not apply to what I said.


If you don't like the idea of "let it alone" or allowing people to take the vaccine with a clear conscience between them and God and believe that you should tell them that they are not pleasing God then say so.

I think you should let them alone. I think that a Christian who gets the vaccine should not tell the one who does not want to get the vaccine that they are "not pleasing God" either. They should let them alone.

Neither should tell the other that they are not pleasing God because of their choice to get or not get the vaccine.

The discussion about the vaccine and the virus should be a scientific, medical, health discussion not a spiritual moral discussion.

If you want to respond to that please say something that has to do with what I said. "plays the victim" does not apply.
 

PC123

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Okay - I tried it again and it ["reluctantly"] played for me this time. When I first tried to watch it, it would only "freeze up" and not play.
Ohhh ok LoL... I thought to myself "he won't accept it cos its from facebook but he will if its on youtube. Cmon now"

All good. Pretty bad but that woman uh
 

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The conspiracy theorists are the ones dealing in facts and providing references...
The others have no objective evidence and resort to belittling the others as conspiracy theorists and such because they have no valid argument
 
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The word "Hidden" is misleading. This technology is not available yet it is in research and if it is ever available it won't be hidden in the vaccine. The vaccine dosage will be injected with a needle as normal and these other needles will leave a tattoo pattern under the skin that identifies that vaccine. Like a star patter for one vaccine and triangle for another, etc.
However if you don't want it you can say I don't want the tattoo vaccine just give me the normal one. The reason for the tattoo would be for example: If you have been to the doctor and they asked you "have you had a tetanus shot?" Many can't remember and say "I don't know" The Doctor could scan your arm and if the tatoo for tetanus shot was under the skin it would be seen on the scanner screen. If this technology ever comes to market, some people might opt for it and they will not be going to the Lake of Fire if they do.

And Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation is not the only ones who contribute to the funding of this project started in the Rice University and is funding by the University itself among others. But conspiracy theorist will focus on Bill Gates as though he is the author of the project. Why? BECAUSE THEY ARE INTELLECTUALLY DISHONEST.
 
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Why would you make a remark like this when you would much rather google the terms yourself?
Because I am the voice of reason, and it's what I do. :p
 
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The conspiracy theorists are the ones dealing in facts and providing references...
The others have no objective evidence and resort to belittling the others as conspiracy theorists and such because they have no valid argument
The word "Hidden" is misleading. This technology is not available yet it is in research and if it is ever available it won't be hidden in the vaccine. The vaccine dosage will be injected with a needle as normal and these other needles will leave a tattoo pattern under the skin that identifies that vaccine. Like a star patter for one vaccine and triangle for another, etc.
However if you don't want it you can say I don't want the tattoo vaccine just give me the normal one. The reason for the tattoo would be for example: If you have been to the doctor and they asked you "have you had a tetanus shot?" Many can't remember and say "I don't know" The Doctor could scan your arm and if the tatoo for tetanus shot was under the skin it would be seen on the scanner screen. If this technology ever comes to market, some people might opt for it and they will not be going to the Lake of Fire if they do.

And Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation is not the only ones who contribute to the funding of this project started in the Rice University and is funding by the University itself among others. But conspiracy theorist will focus on Bill Gates as though he is the author of the project. Why? BECAUSE THEY ARE INTELLECTUALLY DISHONEST. Saying so is not belittling.
 
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The word "Hidden" is misleading. This technology is not available yet it is in research and if it is ever available it won't be hidden in the vaccine. The vaccine dosage will be injected with a needle as normal and these other needles will leave a tattoo pattern under the skin that identifies that vaccine. Like a star patter for one vaccine and triangle for another, etc.
However if you don't want it you can say I don't want the tattoo vaccine just give me the normal one. The reason for the tattoo would be for example: If you have been to the doctor and they asked you "have you had a tetanus shot?" Many can't remember and say "I don't know" The Doctor could scan your arm and if the tatoo for tetanus shot was under the skin it would be seen on the scanner screen. If this technology ever comes to market, some people might opt for it and they will not be going to the Lake of Fire if they do.

And Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation is not the only ones who contribute to the funding of this project started in the Rice University and is funding by the University itself among others. But conspiracy theorist will focus on Bill Gates as though he is the author of the project. Why? BECAUSE THEY ARE INTELLECTUALLY DISHONEST. Saying so is not belittling.
After you have researched and read about the quauntum dot tattoo technology under development we could discuss whether it would be morally wrong to have a tattoo under the skin that identifies the vaccine that you have received.

I say it would not be morally wrong. Now if you say it would be what is your reason. Let us stick to the quantum dot tattoo technology not something else that is not being considered in the quantum dot tattoo research.

If it is wrong for someone to have a tattoo under their skin that is not visible to the eye is it wrong to have a tattoo on top of the skin that is visible to the eye? What if they were to skip the whole under the skin tattoo and just ask you if you would like a small tattoo on top of the skin like a smiley face for the malaria vaccine? Well I know it sounds silly but people are walking around with all sorts of silly tattoos and think they look cool so why not? Are they going to the Lake of Fire?
 
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In all fairness I would have to reserve judgment on how much he has studied about vaccines. I don't know.
Probably more than the average person. Probably could get a degree in it virology in a short period of time if he wanted to but it is not necessary to do that in order to know that vaccines save lives and are worth funding.

Does one have to have a medical degree to fund vaccine development and distribution? It is a stupid meme. Is that belittling?