The 747: built when Boeing was a great company.
Do not comply: Boeing announced late last week that it is canceling its requirement that its workers get the COVID shots or be faced with termination.
The aircraft manufacturer said in an internal memo that it made the decision after a federal appeals court last month upheld its stay on President Biden’s vaccine mandate for companies with at least 100 employees.
It also appears that the decision was not solely for legal reasons. According to Boeing’s statement, “over 92% of the company’s U.S.-based workforce having registered as being fully vaccinated or having received a religious or medical accommodation.” That sounds nice, but based on the number of employees Boeing has, it means the company would have lost more than 10,000 employees if it had gone through with the mandate. Losing that many workers in one blow is likely something Boeing management did not want to deal with, especially considering the company’s numerous quality control problems.
It seems the refusal of so many employees to comply with this oppression medical edict was a major factor in forcing the company to back down. Boeing can’t afford to face a worker shortage at this time, especially as it struggles to get the 737-Max airplane back in operation and launch its Starliner manned space capsule.
Nor is Boeing the only major company to back down. Amtrak has done so, as have numerous healthcare and hospital networks.
Since these “vaccines” appear to do little to prevent someone from getting COVID-19, and in the case of the newest Omicron variant the preliminary data suggests they are useless, why mandate the shots at all? To continue to do so in the face of these basic facts suggests that a lot of people are not using their brains, and are on automatic fear control, irrelevant of reality.
A lot of companies however are beginning to realize that — based on these obvious facts — forcing people to get shots or get fired exposes the company to serious legal risk. Anyone fired or who becomes ill because of the shot will have good grounds for a lawsuit against the company.
Moreover, why panic at all? The data continues to show that COVID-19 is relatively harmless, that about 99.3% of the population survives it. It doesn’t kill you, it only makes you sick like the flu. And like the flu, only the old and very sick are in danger from it, and those individuals are generally not in the workforce.
More companies need to defy the Biden mandates. More employees need to refuse to comply. The more people refuse to follow these nonsensical edicts the more chance there is they will finally go away.
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