Consenting to, or helping the conspirators to 6uild 6ack 6etter IN ANY WAY has got to be a serious sin, possibly mortal.
You're helping transform the world into a godless Communist dystopia, ripe for full open persecution of the Catholic Church. If you're too stupid to see this, then you should at least submit your brain to good prelates (like Bishop Williamson) who CAN see it. You are responsible for who you choose to trust.
God knows how stupid you were, and thus how guilty and worthy of punishment. But if there was ANY flicker of "if I go this direction, my life will be easier. Let's do that!" then heaven help you. There's your judgment right there. You chose "ease" and "comfort" over the truth. You will be considered culpable and guilty.
IMHO, THIS is the biggest issue with this vaccine. I'm not trying to completely dismiss the "guilt by association" due to use of aborted fetal tissue in testing, but that in my mind is secondary to this. Liberals murdering their own children (especially in liberal states) is bad, but the dystopic antihuman society the elite wants to foster on every living person, in my mind, is worse. Overfocus on the abortion aspect (not to say that it doesn't matter, to be clear) in my opinion falls into the same Covidist trap to a lesser extent of "we're so focused on staying alive that we've stopped living."
I am absolutely resolute on not getting the vaccine for this reason, and I might even agree with your argument that its a serious sin, in fact I argued this point with my brother who caved and got it that cowardice is a sin.
All that said, here's maybe where I struggle.
I feel like to a certain extent we ALL draw a line in different places with this kind of stuff.
I currently deliver food for a living (Doordash.) Most places don't really require masks here anymore, but the hospitals do. If I'm delivering food to a hospital, I'll reluctantly throw one on because pissing off a hospital worker isn't worth potentially losing my source of income. Am I complicit? Maybe a little bit?
At my previous job at walmart I was pushing carts. I was probably enabling the agenda little bit by even working for walmart, but on top of that, we had to mask anytime we were inside the store, until like May 2021. I didn't want to lose my job over that, even though I didn't mask any time I didn't have to. Am I complicit?
I have a good friend who got the Johnson and Johnson vaccine back in May essentially because he was stranded in the US (he and his family live in Ireland.) At the time he viewed it as more of an issue of submitting to an international border regulation (this kind of thing is more normal) and he says he wouldn't do it again. I kinda think doing it now would be worse.
I do believe, to be clear, that getting a vaccine is one of the bigger compromises you could make and therefore one we should all resist. In normal times the Pope would likely command all Catholics to refuse to get the jab and we could enthusiastically obey