It's in the interest of the state to vaccine as many jabs as possible, for profit reasons. When there is always a small minority of unvaccinated, that's the best case scenario for them - every time they have a scapegoat, and they can use to start cutting their social entitlements like paid leave and unemployment benefits away. >I don't know shit about medicine
So do politicians. Do you think they know shit when they proclaim themselves to be medical authorities? They get all their info from politically compromised "vaccine tsars" in the pockets of big pharma like Dr. Fauci in the US or Dr. Drosten in Germany who rose to the status of celebrities.
But you don't need to know all the medical information. If it's about fighting a pandemic, the exact side effects of the vaccine and its individual efficacy doesn't even matter. The question is, what are large-scale effects and social consequences of a vaccination campaign - is it designed to stop the spread or not? So far, we can statistically observe two phenomena:
1.) As vaccinated have been told to be immune now, they don't get tested, they gather in large groups and spread the virus everywhere
2.) The protection against infection (not severe cases!) seems to be far, far lower than the original claim of 85%, in fact dramatically lower
None of this is conspiratorial or anything.