Well the data suggests that the risk of of the disease for some people is extremely low.In general, does it make sense that all the world governments, the New England Journal of Medicine and other reputable journals, and the vast majority of doctors and public health agencies would be lying to us for some nefarious reason? World governments especially will make more money if the economy is open and covid is gone - more income for them from taxes if business is running and people are working, and less expense on healthcare.
On the other hand, does it make sense that some obscure websites and YouTubers would be lying to us in order to get more views/clicks through to their sites in order to make money?
If the vaccine was really more dangerous than covid, the governments would not be pushing the vaccine. They have no incentive to do so. You could argue pharma lobbying, but the rest of the businesses also lobby and they are MUCH larger than just the pharma industry.
We're not clear on the long term risk of the vaccine. (I believe it is low)
But if you have an extremely low risk and an unknown risk of vaccine, it might be logical to skip the vaccine for now.
Suggesting this is enough to get banned for "disinformation" if you're talking about COVID19 on some platforms.
However there are many vaccines that we dont' get, because the risk isn't very high.
For example TB isn't normally administered in my area, and most people only get the Hepatitus vaccines if they're travelling.
I think it is a completely logical position that in some cases it doesn't make sense to get vaccinated.
Now why would the government and powerful companies be pushing to suppress this information?
Because they want herd immunity and to end the pandemic, that's a good goal.
However I don't think actively blocking legitmate criticism is appropriate.
I think almost everyone should get a COVID19 vaccine, and I think a properly informed person would make the same determination. That being said, sometimes, even with the right information, people make bad decisions.