Religious Exemption Approved

“They” approved my request for a religious exemption from the Jab.

Here is the case I made:

I’m not sure if it is good or bad that it got approved.  Does this “exemption” exercise  set the precedent that we have to beg permission from employers and governments to exercise our God-given rights?   I think it does.

Also, the terms of the “exemption” state that I must comply with whatever rules they come up with for testing and PPE.  Their demands seem open ended and changeable at will.

At one point I asked them, “who is making the decisons? What are their qualifications for making such determinations? What are the criteria for approving or denying an exemption?”

They did not respond — so really it’s all just a big black hole.  Heck of a way to demonstrate “transparency,” and “openness.”   They make up the rules as they go along.   They don’t need to tell use what the rules are.  And if they don’t like their rules, they change them on the fly.

My exemption request was a theological treatise, but I closed it with something  more understandable to those unfamiliar with the Bible:

Imagine a man on a date with a woman and he says to her:

“Tonight is our first date, but by the end of the month you will take my fluids inside of you. And if you refuse to submit, I will make sure you are fired from your job and publicly shamed. This is good for you and me. Besides, all the girls have done it.”

We all have a religion that allows us to resist this repulsive behavior.

Fritz Berggren, PhD

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