You’ve made your decision to get vaccinated and that’s fine. You have to justify it at least to yourself.
I’ve looked at the data and read the literature, I’ve come to a different conclusion. I don’t trust that ICU doc, I don’t consider doctors to be paragons of virtue and truth, they’ll easily exaggerate a bit or spin things a certain way if they think it reflects well on them or they’re doing the “right thing”.
Im aware of what the vaccine does and doesn’t do. It doesn’t “change your dna”, it invades your cells, high jacking their machinery to produce spike proteins, that your immune system fights. There are multiple issues with this
Instead of natural immunity that tends to target multiple parts of the virus, the immune system is trained to attack only the spike. This obviously leaves it highly vulnerable to mutation of the spike especially under the evolutionary pressure the vaccinated are causing. There is basically a huge reward if the virus mutates around this spike specific immunisation.
ADE is a real possibility as the virus can adapt in such a way that it tricks the body into thinking it has mounted an effective immune response to the virus by producing spike targeting antibodies but due to the virus mutation these are not effective however the immune system doesn’t realise this and continues producing these useless antibodies hence ADE.
I have a lot of experience with complex system engineering and my engineering intuition is screaming that attempting to “hack” the body’s immune response (which is poorly understood) in this way can lead to multiple unknowable outcomes none of them likely good.
In addition to all this I am basically at negligible risk of the covid virus in fact I’ve probably caught it and not even realised it.