Part Two: Lost A Lot For Conscience – Interview with Jason Kurz


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This is part two of a two-part interview withJason Kurz,a resilient individual who fearlessly stands up for his beliefs. 

Even with having lost his job at Ontario Power Generation, Jason is unwavering in his decision not to take the vaccine, citing the rushed process and his firm belief in God’s intelligent design and the resilience of our bodies.

Passionate about individual freedom and respecting personal choices, Jason is deeply involved in various unions, recognizing the strength that comes in numbers. When his union hesitated to support him, he took matters into his own hands, submitting eight grievances and appealing to the grievance committee review board.

Unyielding in his pursuit of justice, Jason declined financial offers and filed a failure to represent the claim. Consequently, he finds himself banned from his previous workplace’s sites and properties. However, he remains perseverant, believing that in future times like this pandemic, more people will begin to question authority and seek answers.

To Jason, freedom is a sacred and individual right, and he encourages others to reflect on who holds authority over their bodies. With deep appreciation, he stands in solidarity with everyone fighting for the freedom movement, demonstrating the power of determination and unwavering conviction.

Join Jason Kurz on his inspiring journey as he champions individual freedom and challenges the status quo in a world craving truth and liberty. His story is a testament to the strength of character and the pursuit of truth in the face of adversity.

Please note the views expressed by the individual(s) in this video are their own, and do not necessarily reflect the views or principles of the First Freedoms Foundation.

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