CNN Jew Says to Use Fear of Job Loss and Social Ostracization to Manipulate People Into Taking the Vaxx

You see a headline on CNN reading “What changes the unvaccinated minds? Fear,” and you assume it’s talking about fear of the virus.

We’re familiar with that, right?

But no.

This particular headline is talking about fear of job loss and total ostracization from society.

It’s talking about the government and the establishment making people afraid.

We’re just talking openly now about using state bullying tactics to force people to undergo medical procedures they don’t want.

Morbid Jew Harry Enten writes for CNN:

Fear, not surprisingly, is a powerful emotion. For those who don’t fear the virus, fear of losing their job may be the answer to getting them vaccinated.

Ipsos showed this past week that 33% of unvaccinated adults said an employer requiring them to get the shot would make them likely to get one. That may seem low, but it was actually the highest rated action of any tested to see if the unvaccinated would likely get a vaccine. The only thing that came close was when respondents were told that they would get a bonus or raise (26%).

This 33%, however, may be an underestimate. Back in June, Kaiser put the question more bluntly. When non-self employed and currently working adults were asked whether they would get vaccinated or leave their job over a vaccine mandate, 42% said they’d get the shot. Half (50%) said they’d leave their job.

According to the Kaiser poll, about half of all adults who are unvaccinated are non-self employed workers.

This means that about one-quarter of all unvaccinated adults in this country would probably become vaccinated with a vaccine mandate at their job. That would be nearly 20 million extra people.

Fear of missing out on extracurricular activities seemed to work to get some people to take the vaccine in France.

A record number of people got vaccinated after the government announced that people would need to produce a negative Covid test or be vaccinated in order to enter bars, restaurants and for travel on trains and planes.

Of course, there will always be people who won’t get vaccinated no matter what. About half of America’s unvaccinated adult population say they’ll never get a vaccine. The key is to convince the other half who aren’t vaccinated yet to get it. Fear does seem to be working with them.

You get the image here of a sadist torturing small animals – which is, of course, what the Jews see us as.

This really is just about the most Jewish thing I’ve ever seen.

Harry Enten

No one could ever claim that “use fear of losing their place in society against them to force them to take an experimental medicine so we can protect them from the flu” would be a concept that would emerge in an America that wasn’t dominated by Jews.

If we go back to any point in the history of Western civilization, we will never find anything even remotely similar to this mode of thinking. This is a purely Jewish thing.

Obviously, some people in Western society – particularly white women – believe that we are better off for this sort of Jewishness. Most people, however, probably don’t think that.

So we might want to ask: should we get rid of these Jews, who are having this overwhelmingly negative effect on our society?

I’m not implying anything as brutal as masturbating them to death, as Adolf Hitler did. I don’t want to put them in a cage with a bear and an eagle, or in a room with an electric floor.

But I think it is a fair question to ask: if these Jews are having a very obviously deleterious effect on our society, why should we be obligated to allow them to participate in our society?