Justin Welby, the archbishop of Canterbury, called the unjabbed immoral in a TV appearance, claiming that they are not good Christians for rejecting the experimental pharmaceutical technology, the Daily Mail reported.
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“A lot of people won’t like that, but I think it is because it’s not about me and my rights,” the ‘Great Reset’ advocate said.
Welby also emphasized the need to love one’s neighbor by submitting to the likes of Pfizer and Johnson & Johnson.
“Now obviously there are some people who, for health reasons, can’t be vaccinated—different question—but it’s not about me and my rights to choose,” he said. “It’s about how I love my neighbour.”
Welby also displayed his scientific prowess by revealing to the doubters that getting the jab is simply common sense, and that only a fool would fail to understand.
“Vaccination reduces my chances—doesn’t eliminate—but it reduces my chances of getting ill and reducing my chances of getting ill reduces my chances of infecting others,” he said. “It’s very simple.”
“So I would say yes, to love one another—as Jesus said—get vaccinated, get boosted.”
But not only is submission to Big Pharma CEO’s an act of love—it is the only way to love one’s neighbor and imitate Christ.
“But I would say, go and get boosted, get vaccinated,” Welby advised. “It’s how we love our neighbour. Loving our neighbour is what Jesus told us to do. It’s Christmas: do what he said.”