Beast-like behavior by Brigham Young University in Hawaii as they have made a policy decision to require vaccinations for ALL students
BYU-Hawaii announced on June 16 they will be requiring the vaccine for all students beginning in the fall semester of 2021.
‘“Woe to those who decree unrighteous decrees, Who write misfortune, Which they have prescribed’
This is in step with the ‘vile one’ the man of perdition heartless and cruel and in perfect accord with the bestial world-system coming on the scene. And it will only get worse and worse.
One incoming Bringham Young University-Hawaii student will not be able to attend the school this fall after the university denied her coronavirus vaccine exemption request, which she filed due to being previously paralyzed after receiving a previous vaccine.
Her doctor advised her not to get the vaccine, noting that an influenza vaccine given to Sandor in 2019 caused her to develop Guillain Barre Syndrome; she was paralyzed from the waist down for several months.
Sandor’s doctor sent a letter to the university explaining the student’s medical history. “In January of 2019, [Olivia] received an influenza vaccine and within a couple of years developed Guillain Barre Syndrome and was very ill for a couple of months,” the doctor’s note reads.
Pay Attention to the Cruel and Heartless Response
After reviewing the request, Laurie Abregano, the director of health services at BYU Hawaii, told Sandor that she would still be required to get the coronavirus vaccine in order to attend the university.
“After careful consideration of your request for a medical exemption, we regret that we cannot accommodate your request,” Abregano said.
Abregano then told Sandor that either she can get vaccinated, or “consider attendance at one of the other church universities.”
When Sandor appealed the decision to the president of BYU-Hawaii, the request was denied again, and the Student Life Vice President, Kala Kau, told her that “There are still viable alternatives for vaccination without risk of GBS.”
In a TikTok video explaining her situation, Sandor said that getting the vaccine is “not a choice for me,” due to her medical situation.
Sandor told Campus Reform reporter Ophelie Jacobson that a lawsuit against the university “isn’t out of the picture,” but said that BYU-Hawaii is no longer her dream school based on how they’ve handled this situation.
“As of now, I’m going to be moving to Utah, and I think that’s a good opportunity for me and there’s a lot out there, but I’m not sure which university I’ll attend because all of my scholarships are now gone,” Sandor said.
According to the Christian Post, Sandor lost two hundred thousand dollars in scholarships when she turned down other schools to attend BYU-Hawaii.
Soon there will be no choice!
Unfortunately, things will only get worse and worse. And what’s really sad is that she will eventually have to get the jab (mark) or else.
“And he causeth all, both small and great, rich and poor, free and bond, to receive a mark in their right hand, or in their foreheads; And that no man might buy or sell, save he that had the mark, or the name of the beast, or the number of his name.”