I encounter many college students in my church parish who, for a variety of reasons, refuse to get the coronavirus vaccine. If they can only hang on for one or two more years, they say, they can “get out” of an uncomfortable situation with a minted degree, ready to start their professional lives in a nearby office park. Problem is that as soon as they graduate, they are entering a world where full compliance will be demanded of them. Graduating from college will launch them into a system that is increasingly controlled by evil forces that stand opposed to God.

When vaccine mandates were strictly enforced in 2021 (which I expect to return soon), many universities offered a religious exemption program that required students to take one or two nasal swab coronavirus tests a week to prove they’re ritually clean, in addition to following mask and social distancing rules. It was theoretically possible for a student to graduate by abiding to this protocol, but we’re only one “aggressive variant” away from the universities saying, “It’s now so dangerous that we require everyone to get the vaccine with no exemptions, God or no God.” There have already been local governments that used such an approach. Therefore, we must assume that in the next wave of viral panic, at least some universities will rescind the exemption option, forcing students to get the vax if they want to continue their education.

Unfortunately, you’re not “done” when you graduate college. Instead, your commitment to a system built by the world regime is only beginning. College was merely an intermediary step to cement your compliance with the regime for the rest of your life. If you want the benefits that only the regime can offer, which include a professional career and middle-class income, you must obey their demands. If you are studying at university to gain a comfortable white-collar job, but refuse to get the vax, chances are you will never begin your career. Corporations will be as strict or stricter than academia for the “pandemics” of the future. You will have to play ball if you want a stable career and the money that comes with it.

Within a few years, it will be impossible for anyone to get a professional job that pays a comfortable middle-class wage without full obedience to the regime’s strict rules. Those jobs are for compliant and submissive human slaves who consent to build the oligarch’s technocratic kingdom on earth. If you are refusing the regime in college, which is a training ground for regime workers, what do you think is going to happen to you when you finally want to get paid with the regime’s money? They will close their doors on you. The problem is not the university forcing you to get a vaccine, but why you are enrolled in a university in the first place. If you don’t want to follow the regime, it would be wise not to spend four years in one of their educational centers that they operate for their benefit, not yours.

If you started your university education, you will be hesitant to quit. You’ve already spent a lot of time in school and probably owe a ton of money. Isn’t it better just to keep going and hope everything will work out? Let me share my story. I went to university for four years to study microbiology. Then I worked as a microbiologist in two pharmaceutical companies for six years. Professionally, those ten years have been a colossal waste, because after quitting to become a full-time writer, I haven’t earned an income related to my profession in nearly fifteen years. How do I feel about wasting a decade of my life? Not so great. I would feel better if I wasted only five, and even better if I wasted only two. No matter how far you drive down the wrong road, you turn the car around, because by continuing to go in the wrong direction, you will never arrive at your destination.

What any college student must ask himself is if he’s ready to yoke himself to the regime system for the rest of his life. University is only the beginning of a relationship where the regime is your daddy. He will insist that you commit to a high consumption lifestyle standard that includes living alone, a new car, expensive health (death) care, continual entertainment and dating, new fashions, and takeout soy food so you stay obedient to daddy for life. You wouldn’t want potential dates to think you’re poor, would you?

I long ago broke up with the regime. They hate my guts, and now I live in my mother’s house. You either abide by their rules or you take an alternative path of inconvenience, struggle, pain, and hardship that is lighted by Lord Jesus Christ. He is my master, not the regime, since I cannot have two masters. We are approaching a time where you must commit some type of sin against your fellow man if you want a good job. Our society is so corrupt that most economic activity targets our fallen nature in order to make money for corporations. Either carry your Cross or stay compliant with a vaccine schedule that uses aborted fetal cells, a heinous crime against God’s creatures.

No one can serve two masters; for either he will hate the one and love the other, or else he will be loyal to the one and despise the other. You cannot serve God and mammon. —Matthew 6:24

If you have secular parents, they will be offended that you decided to turn away from the track they put you on. They will scare you that you’ll end up homeless with no way of making a living, as if God won’t care at all about sheltering and feeding you. They will shoot down your ideas to be a blue-collar worker. They will make you feel guilty of all the money they have spent on your high school accordion lessons and university education where every day is gay pride day. They will force you to make a deal: become a regime man, kneel before your oligarch daddy, or get out of the house. I’m already seeing signs of this happening, and courageous young men are choosing to get out and follow God. A few of them have winded up in monasteries. Within five years, I wouldn’t be surprised if the monasteries are full of new monks who were on the regime path but refused it to serve God.

If you’re a secular person who has no problem with vaccines or marketing to human passion in order to make a buck, you won’t chafe at what I believe will be increasingly tyrannical and abusive demands by universities and corporations, but if you’re an Orthodox Christian, your conscience, the voice of God within you, will loudly object. It will ask you why you are participating in not the Kingdom of God but the Kingdom of Satan, and you will never feel that your comfortable job or high earnings are clean. Has any man been spiritually harmed by following their conscience? Either be an Orthodox Christian or be a regime man, but it will be impossible to be both.

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Why anyone would walk into certain chemical doom to keep themselves in enormous debt and a soul sucking office job is beyond me. It is better to be homeless and serve Christ than to be "comfortable" with fetal cells and poison floating around in your blood

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Why anyone would walk into certain chemical doom to keep themselves in enormous debt and a soul sucking office job is beyond me. It is better to be homeless and serve Christ than to be "comfortable" with fetal cells and poison floating around in your blood

yes but the pressure coming from parents and relatives can be hard to deal with for a lot of people, especially if they are lukewarm in their faith.

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yes but the pressure coming from parents and relatives can be hard to deal with for a lot of people, especially if they are lukewarm in their faith.

Debt plays a big role in keeping people in. Sunk cost fallacy. Once you've put in money its psychologically hard to admit you've wasted time, so why not finish it up for the sense of accomplishment. Then in order to use your degree you need to sign up for the whole ideology or risk being outted, fired and broke. Thankfully I had a trade to fall back on, but most of these people literally can't use a screwdriver right.

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Exchanging time for money is the medieval definition of slavery. That's what modern employment is.

If one is in such a career, be ready to take paycuts to move to smaller or even private companies to not take their mark. Kill all debt and save. Did the latter which enabled me to do the first, and actually have an ownership stake now.

Take up a side hobby that develops skills. I figure with gas prices skyrocketing after an EU ban on Russian oil, suddenly my "fun time" on electrifying bicycles may generate an income stream.

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Many of the Higher Ed institutions in Canada still have vaccine mandates for students.

I have a young relative who wants to learn a trade in a 2 year program at a community, he's unvaxxed. I advised him to wait it out another year, there is no point doing shop class from home on your sofa, or with a mask on. The college will keep his money no matter what quality education they provide. There are plenty of jobs for him to get his feet wet and to save his money for another year to make sure all is clear in higher education - and that this trend can come to an end. It'll be a blackpill for him paying for his own education out of the money he worked so hard for.

Even with trades, many in manufacturing will tie you to a corporation, just like an office job (degree).

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When Victoria (Australia ) mandated the "vaccine" for ALL workers I was like... whats your next move satan?

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Boy do I really wish I had read anything even remotely like this 14-15 years ago. But would I have even listened? Every single voice back then was an echo chamber of “go to college or be a loser forever”. Funny enough, I remember waking up every single day of freshman year in college with this sickening feeling in my gut that I was “wasting my life”. I couldn’t for the life of me understand that message, what it referred to, or where it was coming from. Now I know full well it was the Holy Spirit warning me to leave college before the debt piled on too much and the bad habits I learned caused too much confusion. Anyway- another great article, Roosh, and I hope young people reading this take your advice and follow God instead.

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Learn how to fix appliances. You'll be loaded in no time. No college degree required.

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Boy do I really wish I had read anything even remotely like this 14-15 years ago. But would I have even listened? Every single voice back then was an echo chamber of “go to college or be a loser forever”. Funny enough, I remember waking up every single day of freshman year in college with this sickening feeling in my gut that I was “wasting my life”.

I did community college (also have a vo-tech certificate) with a combination of grants/cash, my husband did two years community/two years university and got a job in his field not long after he graduated. Neither of us have any debt and I'm more thankful every year that we don't.

I think for a lot of people, graduations represent a rite-of-passage more than anything else. As much as I agree with "don't take on debt you can't afford," I feel bad for people who got roped into student debt because they were told it was "good" debt, "education is always the answer," "you'll pay it back, you can defer your loans," etc. I feel like it's a little different from people who rack up consumer debt out of grave stupidity.

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I work as a mechanic. Never went to school for it and started from the bottom. Now I make 50-55k comfortably just knowing a fastener goes right tighty lefty loosy. It's a good gig plus nobody is going to tell me to do a medical procedure to work here. Kinda enjoy that part about it.

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There may be opportunities with conservative rural municipal governments. Some have very conservative councils. There are both white and blue collar positions as well as mechanics (to maintain road graders and other equipment as well as trucks), equipment operators, foremen, ag technicians, IT staff, economic development officers, planners, communications staff, etc.

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I would ask it differently: should you decline the vax if it meant imprisonment or death? I know the answer is 'yes'. The question I'm pondering instead is: will I have enough trust in God and courage to go through with it when the time comes? Because believe me, this choice is coming for all of us.

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Debt plays a big role in keeping people in. Sunk cost fallacy. Once you've put in money its psychologically hard to admit you've wasted time, so why not finish it up for the sense of accomplishment. Then in order to use your degree you need to sign up for the whole ideology or risk being outted, fired and broke. Thankfully I had a trade to fall back on, but most of these people literally can't use a screwdriver right.

When I was of the age to be in university indoctrination, I was instead a director of a SME. It was its own asylum of lies and insanity. I worked more-or-less all day every day for two years. the net yield of which was a HP laptop. It was a big deliberation to leave and I was angry at having wasted two years for nothing. If I'd have sunk $50,000 in, it would have been so much more difficult to walk away from. I suspect it would have induced me to stay longer, for more waste. Though now I look it is a life's way presenting its biggest gifts as your worst nightmares. When people my age were just coming out of university with $50K in debt, I had four years of experience, business experience and experience of being seriously messed about.

The university is certainly an evil institution. Seemingly all the regime institutions operate on trapping a mass of people in worldly temptations, which eventually spoil and turn to worldly complaints. These bottom feeders who fall off the ride, form the hierarchy of the world. Their rapture and eventually misery holds up the bloated managerial and ownership classes in endless gluttony and sodomy. There can be no pop superstar if there are not millions who want to emulate them, but can't. There can be no $1m / year pensioned socialist university administrator without 10,000 students getting bloated on their pleasure island. There can be no Lamboginhi for the Planned Parenhood director without millions of fornicators looking to extinguish the inconvenience to their pleasure. There can be no safety for Israel without the blood and treasure of misled Americans gutting the remnant of their functioning society. There can be no Desmond is Amazing without decades of people slowly eroded by increasingly perverse media.

Anyone in virtually any upper position in the regime is comfortably there on leading others to their destruction.

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I would ask it differently: should you decline the vax if it meant imprisonment or death? I know the answer is 'yes'. The question I'm pondering instead is: will I have enough trust in God and courage to go through with it when the time comes? Because believe me, this choice is coming for all of us.

That is a very tough question and would require a lot of faith to actually go through with. I think it's easier to say now that it's a hill you're willing to literally die on, but in the moment I can't say that my faith is strong enough to decline it to face torture and/or death. I would also ask whether your death would benefit others as a martyr. Is it publicized in any way? Does it have a way of reaching people to strengthen their faith?

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If Christianity is teaching us anything it's having faith in God even at the cost of bodily death. Vax is participation in lie and sin and a willing condemnation and delayed suicide. There is no excuse.

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This is tough for many because it is natural to believe that the government leaders would never lie or hurt you and that if the government tells you something, it must be true. Also, we are commanded to obey the government.

Many believe that the leaders are in power because this is what God wanted (a mandate of heaven). If God did not want them to be leaders, he could have them killed or severely sickened so they couldn't be leaders anymore. Personally, I don't entirely believe this, but I can see why the argument is made.

I admit to this bothering me. The Bible doesn't mention vaccines which means it is not a sin to force people to get vaccines, but the idea of blind obedience doesn't always seem the right path to take either.

The Bible is full of tough ethical dilemmas that are not always easy to answer the more one analyzes it.

Do Christians have to obey the laws of the land?

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This hits home. I just took a job in my field (environmental science), but I live in Canada and understand most jobs that pay $$$ in this field are government related.

It might be carpentry time again. Making any sort of plan is difficult these days.

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I did community college (also have a vo-tech certificate) with a combination of grants/cash, my husband did two years community/two years university and got a job in his field not long after he graduated. Neither of us have any debt and I'm more thankful every year that we don't.

I think for a lot of people, graduations represent a rite-of-passage more than anything else. As much as I agree with "don't take on debt you can't afford," I feel bad for people who got roped into student debt because they were told it was "good" debt, "education is always the answer," "you'll pay it back, you can defer your loans," etc. I feel like it's a little different from people who rack up consumer debt out of grave stupidity.

Ah yeah- what’s crazy to me too, is how hard I studied and worked my butt off in high school to get into a “good school” with perfect grades. I 100% feel like I got punked, but that’s just life in our upside down society. Some peoples’ lessons are worse, I suppose. What can you do? If anything, it made me realize early on that so much of our society is built on lies. ‍

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