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As an atheist, do I have a right to a religious exemption?

 
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As an atheist, do I have a right to a religious exemption?
I work for a health center and we will be forced out if we don’t get the shot. They did provide exemption forms for religion and medical, but will my non belief be acceptable as an exemption?

The ceo is a huge Christian, and nothing is wrong with that. Im sure he just assumes im one as well, but im not sure how this will go over..
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Re: As an atheist, do I have a right to a religious exemption?
Sure why not. You don’t need the vax cause u already going to hell
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Re: As an atheist, do I have a right to a religious exemption?
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Re: As an atheist, do I have a right to a religious exemption?
Sure why not. You don’t need the vax cause u already going to hell
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I didn’t come here to argue, what kind of religious person does that? Not a good one..
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Re: As an atheist, do I have a right to a religious exemption?
yes. do aeithists want cells cloned off of aborted fetal remains injected in them. dont need a god to tell you that aint right. also do they not have the right not to get a thing that will cause heart problems but wont help for the thing they say it will help for.
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Re: As an atheist, do I have a right to a religious exemption?
I'm a Christian, however, if Rachel Lavine can call himself a woman today, I see no plausible reason why atheism can't qualify for religious exception.

Even though the root word relegare denotes a re-joining to a higher concept, or deity, when you're as retarded as this society is, the re-joining to nothing seems reasonable.

I say go for it. Tell them you're a Taoist.

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Re: As an atheist, do I have a right to a religious exemption?
yes. do aeithists want cells cloned off of aborted fetal remains injected in them. dont need a god to tell you that aint right. also do they not have the right not to get a thing that will cause heart problems but wont help for the thing they say it will help for.
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On the form, they are asking me to explain when I found this religion and why it prevents me from taking the vaccine. I shouldn’t have to explain myself, that’s one problem I have with it.

I’m afraid they will deny me anyway, so what’s the point?
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Re: As an atheist, do I have a right to a religious exemption?
Yes, OP there where many directions here at GLP that basically stated the laws that the organizations were breaking by questioning peoples religions or lack off.

All you have to say is it goes against your belief system. You ARE NOT required to explain your beliefs and how they prevent you from taking any kind of medication.

If they violate that you can sue them for discrimination.

What they are doing now is attempting to trick people into giving out information they can use against you. The same way cops do. Do not under any circumstances answer any of those fliers that HR sends out.

I will see if I can find the letter someone posted as an example here on GLP.
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Re: As an atheist, do I have a right to a religious exemption?
As far as I'm aware, you don't have to describe your religion for an exemption.
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Re: As an atheist, do I have a right to a religious exemption?
yes. do aeithists want cells cloned off of aborted fetal remains injected in them. dont need a god to tell you that aint right. also do they not have the right not to get a thing that will cause heart problems but wont help for the thing they say it will help for.
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On the form, they are asking me to explain when I found this religion and why it prevents me from taking the vaccine. I shouldn’t have to explain myself, that’s one problem I have with it.

I’m afraid they will deny me anyway, so what’s the point?
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You are not obligated to answer ANY of those questions. What they are doing is illegal. They are attempting to coerce you to give out information voluntarily that they can try and use against you. Do not tell them anything.
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the singularity demands your dna remains pure
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Re: As an atheist, do I have a right to a religious exemption?
I'm a Christian, however, if Rachel Lavine can call himself a woman today, I see no plausible reason why atheism can't qualify for religious exception.

Even though the root word relegare denotes a re-joining to a higher concept, or deity, when you're as retarded as this society is, the re-joining to nothing seems reasonable.

I say go for it. Tell them you're a Taoist.
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Hey, thanks for the reply!


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Re: As an atheist, do I have a right to a religious exemption?
yes. do aeithists want cells cloned off of aborted fetal remains injected in them. dont need a god to tell you that aint right. also do they not have the right not to get a thing that will cause heart problems but wont help for the thing they say it will help for.
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On the form, they are asking me to explain when I found this religion and why it prevents me from taking the vaccine. I shouldn’t have to explain myself, that’s one problem I have with it.

I’m afraid they will deny me anyway, so what’s the point?
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The point is to inundate the system. They can't process all the exemptions if enough people do it.

The organization I work for has had the exemptions on file from back in October and they stated after the New Year they wouldn't have them processed until March.

If anything it buys you some time.
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Now a days if you claim to be a Satanist you should have no problem.

Just sayin'


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Re: As an atheist, do I have a right to a religious exemption?
yes. do aeithists want cells cloned off of aborted fetal remains injected in them. dont need a god to tell you that aint right. also do they not have the right not to get a thing that will cause heart problems but wont help for the thing they say it will help for.
 Quoting: calamity john


On the form, they are asking me to explain when I found this religion and why it prevents me from taking the vaccine. I shouldn’t have to explain myself, that’s one problem I have with it.

I’m afraid they will deny me anyway, so what’s the point?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 78244111


You are not obligated to answer ANY of those questions. What they are doing is illegal. They are attempting to coerce you to give out information voluntarily that they can try and use against you. Do not tell them anything.
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I like that approach. It definitely seem like coercion, but since it’s now backed by the SC ruling, it’s probably legal.
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Re: As an atheist, do I have a right to a religious exemption?
You need only to express your personal conviction and stance that the vaccine interferes with your conscious and personally held beliefs. Religious exemption doesn't require membership in an organization.
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Re: As an atheist, do I have a right to a religious exemption?
Now a days if you claim to be a Satanist you should have no problem.

Just sayin'


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Hey! That’s a good idea! Let’s see them deny that! Not the ceo would flip his fucking wig if I told him I was a satanist!
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Re: As an atheist, do I have a right to a religious exemption?
yes. do aeithists want cells cloned off of aborted fetal remains injected in them. dont need a god to tell you that aint right. also do they not have the right not to get a thing that will cause heart problems but wont help for the thing they say it will help for.
 Quoting: calamity john


On the form, they are asking me to explain when I found this religion and why it prevents me from taking the vaccine. I shouldn’t have to explain myself, that’s one problem I have with it.

I’m afraid they will deny me anyway, so what’s the point?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 78244111


You are not obligated to answer ANY of those questions. What they are doing is illegal. They are attempting to coerce you to give out information voluntarily that they can try and use against you. Do not tell them anything.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 80855368


I like that approach. It definitely seem like coercion, but since it’s now backed by the SC ruling, it’s probably legal.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 78244111


No, the questionnaire for religious exemption is NOT LEGAL. Do not answer it. Instead provide HR with a letter that I will find and post here.

What do you have to lose? Even if they deny it you still bought some time to find a new job.
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Re: As an atheist, do I have a right to a religious exemption?
Now a days if you claim to be a Satanist you should have no problem.

Just sayin'


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Hey! That’s a good idea! Let’s see them deny that! Not the ceo would flip his fucking wig if I told him I was a satanist!
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DO NOT UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCE DIVULGE ANY INFORMATION.
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Sure

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On the form, they are asking me to explain when I found this religion and why it prevents me from taking the vaccine. I shouldn’t have to explain myself, that’s one problem I have with it.

I’m afraid they will deny me anyway, so what’s the point?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 78244111


You are not obligated to answer ANY of those questions. What they are doing is illegal. They are attempting to coerce you to give out information voluntarily that they can try and use against you. Do not tell them anything.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 80855368


I like that approach. It definitely seem like coercion, but since it’s now backed by the SC ruling, it’s probably legal.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 78244111


No, the questionnaire for religious exemption is NOT LEGAL. Do not answer it. Instead provide HR with a letter that I will find and post here.

What do you have to lose? Even if they deny it you still bought some time to find a new job.
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Thanks for the info!

Awaiting the letter.
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Re: As an atheist, do I have a right to a religious exemption?
Interesting question OP.

No one, believer or unbeliever should be coerced like this. This jab isn't even a vaccine. It doesn't keep people from getting sick, stop the spread, or keep people out of the hospital.

If you are backed into a corner maybe a good rapport with your boss will help you. If he likes, respects and values you enough maybe talking to him is your way out without bringing up religion but if he is an unthinking true believer in the jab you may be in trouble. Be careful. I don't agree but some believers have very ugly opinions of atheists as being immoral and lacking character.

You maybe need a lawyer if the mandate is coming.

Maybe this will help as a starting point.

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Good luck.
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You are in a religion of deniers.

Yes
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You are not obligated to answer ANY of those questions. What they are doing is illegal. They are attempting to coerce you to give out information voluntarily that they can try and use against you. Do not tell them anything.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 80855368


I like that approach. It definitely seem like coercion, but since it’s now backed by the SC ruling, it’s probably legal.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 78244111


No, the questionnaire for religious exemption is NOT LEGAL. Do not answer it. Instead provide HR with a letter that I will find and post here.

What do you have to lose? Even if they deny it you still bought some time to find a new job.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 80855368


Thanks for the info!

Awaiting the letter.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 78244111


Well, I can't find it on GLP now. I have a copy as I sent it to my asshole HR dept three months ago. I will see if I can find it online. It was generic but listed the statutes that they are violating by asking for religious documentation.
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Re: As an atheist, do I have a right to a religious exemption?
yes. do aeithists want cells cloned off of aborted fetal remains injected in them. dont need a god to tell you that aint right. also do they not have the right not to get a thing that will cause heart problems but wont help for the thing they say it will help for.
 Quoting: calamity john


On the form, they are asking me to explain when I found this religion and why it prevents me from taking the vaccine. I shouldn’t have to explain myself, that’s one problem I have with it.

I’m afraid they will deny me anyway, so what’s the point?
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photo document everything you hand in or receive. for the lawyers.
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You are not obligated to answer ANY of those questions. What they are doing is illegal. They are attempting to coerce you to give out information voluntarily that they can try and use against you. Do not tell them anything.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 80855368


I like that approach. It definitely seem like coercion, but since it’s now backed by the SC ruling, it’s probably legal.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 78244111


No, the questionnaire for religious exemption is NOT LEGAL. Do not answer it. Instead provide HR with a letter that I will find and post here.

What do you have to lose? Even if they deny it you still bought some time to find a new job.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 80855368


Thanks for the info!

Awaiting the letter.
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It's on Reddit and I can't post the link. You'll have to figure out this.



/r/conspiracy/comments/pyiove/the_best_religious_exemption_fo​rm_letter_for/
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Re: As an atheist, do I have a right to a religious exemption?
We shouldn't need a religious exemption. No should be accepted regardless. Men have died for people to be free. It isn't right for anyone to dictate our options in health care.
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I like that approach. It definitely seem like coercion, but since it’s now backed by the SC ruling, it’s probably legal.
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No, the questionnaire for religious exemption is NOT LEGAL. Do not answer it. Instead provide HR with a letter that I will find and post here.

What do you have to lose? Even if they deny it you still bought some time to find a new job.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 80855368


Thanks for the info!

Awaiting the letter.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 78244111


It's on Reddit and I can't post the link. You'll have to figure out this.



/r/conspiracy/comments/pyiove/the_best_religious_exemption_fo​rm_letter_for/
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This one is basic. You WANT that. Do not give unnecessary details. Treat this like you are dealing with the fucking cops. That is the kind of tactics these little shit commies are using.

This letter states the statutes they are breaking by asking you about your beliefs in regards to the law of religious exemption and reasonable accommodation.

The only change I made was to include Covid Testing in it as well. I refuse to be tested for this hoax.

Any sack of shit in HR sees this letter and it's going straight to the Lawyer at corporate who will likely tell them to stop fucking with you.
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Re: As an atheist, do I have a right to a religious exemption?
Yes. You only need a “sincere belief” however it’s prob goes over better if you posed as a religious nutter.

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Re: As an atheist, do I have a right to a religious exemption?
Btw I think atheists are also irrational.. why?

Because you believe something without having any absolute proof.





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