The COVID World post date: November 22nd, 2021
Despite the assurances by multiple governments that ‘things would go back to normal’, the arrival of winter in Europe has seen governments reflexively reach for measures that did not work last winter.
The European winter has arrived and despite vaccine rollouts, cases are beginning to climb again, raising concerns about the ability of EU health systems to cope. However, this winter, not only will hospitals be swamped by COVID cases occurring despite the ineffective vaccine, but there will also be the added burden of caring for those whom the vaccine has injured. Given the negative health effects on those who have been affected by the vaccine, the nightmare scenario of those who have been weakened by the vaccine also getting breakthrough infections looks like a real possibility.
EU countries are already reimposing restrictions, prompting riots in Holland and Belgium along with massive protests in Italy and Austria. The time spent over the summer developing the vaccine passport systems which people were assured would be temporary seems to be bearing fruit, with such systems already firmly in place in many countries, effectively locking the unvaccinated out of society.
In EU countries such as Germany, Lithuania, the Czech Republic and others, COVID-passports are now required to enter shopping malls, sit inside bars and cafes. From Monday, unvaccinated Germans will be unable to travel on public transport, leaving many stranded with no way to travel or buy food.
The next step, presumably, will be to make being unvaccinated a criminal offense, followed by door-to-door visits from the ‘vaccine police’. Although Germany’s constitutional court has ruled that physically forcing people to be vaccinated against their will violates EU human rights rules, there are no such restrictions on fining people or locking them out of society.
The resistance to these measures will be robust, but the narrative to excuse such abuses of power is already well crafted.
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