Americans: Know Your Rights Concerning “Mandatory” [0v!D Injections

Many Americans are currently facing firings from their jobs because they are refusing to take the C0v!d-i9 shot. What are the issue here, and what are YOUR legal rights in this regard?

Refusal to take injections because of one’s sincerely held religious beliefs (this is a key phrase to remember) has been viewed by US law as a fundamental, God-given right since time in memorial. After all, who has the right to tell you what you can or cannot put into your body? Your body belongs to you, not to someone else or to some government entity. The basic issue is this: If someone can force you to put something into your body against your consent, then you no longer have God-given right of ownership over your own body. That is, you no longer own yourself, someone else does. When this occurs, you are now, by definition, a slave, who is under the control of a tyrant.

What are sincerely held religious beliefs? It is whatever YOU determine them to be at any moment in time. No other human except you has the right to question or to determine what your sincerely held religious beliefs are. YOUR religious beliefs are personal and are no one else’s business. This is because the US Constitution and other US laws guarantee the right to practice one’s religion freely as a God-given right, which cannot be infringed upon by government or anyone else (unless doing so violates certain other fundamental or basic human rights [such as taking the life of someone, or stealing from someone]).

Furthermore, no one has the right to ask you why you believe what you do, how long you have believed it, or to seek information regarding the tenets of your religious faith. Moreover, you do not need the stamp of approval from any religious “official” or organization confirming your sincerely held religious beliefs. Your faith is yours and yours alone. It is personal and belongs to you and is nobody else’s business. Do not tell those seeking this information anything about what your believe. Make no mistake, any information you give them in this regard can and will be used against you in order to bully you into going against your sincerely held religious beliefs.

Here are some informational resources to help you maintain your personal, Elohim (God)-given rights if you choose not to take any shot or injection:

  • Know your HIPAA (i.e., Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996) rights. The HIPAA Act “The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA) is a federal law that required the creation of national standards to protect sensitive patient health information from being disclosed without the patient’s consent or knowledge. The US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) issued the HIPAA Privacy Rule to implement the requirements of HIPAA. The HIPAA Security Rule protects a subset of information covered by the Privacy Rule,” (from For more information on the HIPAA Act rules and regulations including “Covered Entities,” and “Permitted Uses and Disclosures” go to
  • If your employer is demanding that you get a C0v!d-i9 shot, then your next step will be to file a complaint with the Federal Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. According to,

The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) is a federal agency that was established via the Civil Rights Act of 1964 to administer and enforce civil rights laws against workplace discrimination.[3]: 12, 21  The EEOC investigates discrimination complaints based on an individual’s race, color, national origin, religion, sex, age, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, and retaliation for reporting, participating in, and/or opposing a discriminatory practice.[4]

The Commission also mediates and settles thousands of discrimination complaints each year prior to their investigation. The EEOC is also empowered to file civil discrimination suits against employers on behalf of alleged victims and to adjudicate claims of discrimination brought against federal agencies.

When confronted with an EEOC complaint and the threat of a lawsuit over YOUR religious rights, no right-minded employer is going to want take this on. Be aware of one thing, however. An employer can fire you for many other reasons that are not religious in nature. He may not like the way you comb your hair or the color of your pants. That is to say, an employer can fire you ostensibly for one reason, while, in reality, he is secretly firing you for another reason. That is why, as a child of Elohim, it behooves you to be the best employee possible, so that your employer will NOT want to fire you, for your loss to him will not be worth his enforcing the shot mandate on you. If your employer is recalcitrant with regard to the shot mandate for their employees, then civil litigation may to an option. At the same time, consider the idea that YHVH Elohim, the one who directs the footsteps of the righteous when they trust in him (see Ps. 37; 1, 3–7, 23–24), may be closing a door behind you, so that he can open the door to a better situation in front of you. Remember, the just shall walk by faith.

To learn more about your religious rights as protected by the EEOC and other government laws and how to claim and ensure these rights are not violated, go to To file a complaint, go to

For more information on the harmful effects of the C0v!d-19 injection from medical experts, go to or or