Readers and would-be commenters, if you are going to send me a "just asking questions" comment expressing deep and severe doubts about mRNA vaccines and making claims about problems in earlier mRNA-based drug trials, you're going to have to cite your sources.
When I write articles that make factual claims, I include links to the source material. That's not just decoration; I'm backing up what I say and I try to pick sources that link back to their source material.
When I get comments that make factual claims, I plug them into a search engine. If it comes up dry or it all I get are links to political commentary without cites, your comment does not get published. You're just repeating rumor.
Medical researchers have been monkeying around (in some cases literally) with mRNA-based drugs for over thirty years. There are indications they can be useful against cancer, and (among other things), there's big money in that. We know mRNA is fragile stuff; it breaks down rapidly and one of the challenges was figuring out how to hold it together long enough for it to be of any use as a vaccine. This limits the long-term effects: if the stuff's gone, it's not going to do anything to you. (Again, sorry, homeopathy is sheer and utter bullshit, a way to remove money from the gullible.)
You are not a special snowflake and neither am I. Get your COVID-19 shot or don't, and either way, stop whining. If mRNA gives you the collywobbles and you still want a vaccine, get the Johnson & Johnson. And once again, stop whining.
Vaccines only help to get a disease under control when enough of us are vaccinated.* The brave volunteer; the patriotic answer their country's call. If you want to turn tail and run instead, take your damn white feather and go, in the full knowledge of your cowardice and refusal to pitch in. P.S., Canada's not taking this batch of dodgers.
* Being "pretty sure you already had it" or doing some Aaron Rodgers-type woo doesn't count. Nobody's got time to hold your hand and pat you on the head for your special unique wonderfulness. This thing has killed over 780,000 Americans as of this morning. That's more of us than died on both sides in the Civil War plus World War One. Hey, sure, it probably won't kill you, just your grandparents, your parents, your uncle or aunt, your boss or the fat guy who owns the company you work for. Are you okay with that, or would you like to help stop it?