Remember how in the last century, the black people, the slaves with no rights, had to sit in the back of the bus or to play in the park after the white people have used their supreme time in the park?
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Well, this looks exactly the same to me – vaccinated can do ANYTHING while the unvaccinated will be excluded from the everyday normal living habits, such as dining in a restaurant, playing indoor sports, going to concerts, museums or galleries, etc.
France was the first country to take the huge step and took immunization to the next level. In France, if you want to take a sub, a train, a bus, or to get a coffee, or dine in a restaurant, you must provide a QR code containing a vaccine certificate!
“On July 12th, Emmanuel Macron issued his edict that COVID vaccines would now be made mandatory in France and that anyone who was not vaccinated would not be allowed access to restaurants, gyms, and other public venues. So terrified were the French citizens that over 7 million of them have rushed to get vaccinated. Now the French police freely roam the cafes and marketplaces, demanding to see people’s COVID vaccination passports. Welcome to 1933 Germany, you will show us your papers.
Now that vaccine passports are law in France, and in other countries, they will never go away, that’s the whole point of the pandemic. Every dictatorship that has ever risen has always started “for the good of the people”, and we are only doing these things “for your protection and safety”. The dictatorship that’s rising now is not isolated to France, it is global, it is the New World Order, and it cannot be stopped.”
According to AP News,
“In the southern city of Marseille, several restaurant owners did not check clients for the pass, an Associated Press reporter saw Monday. Many in the entertainment business are annoyed that the government is foisting such a job on them. The owner of the Backstage restaurant and bar in a theater district on Paris’ Left Bank said the checks made him feel like a police officer but he still followed government orders.
″THIS INVOLVES PUTTING ON ANOTHER CAP,” SAID PIERRE ARNOUX. “WE HAVE TO ASK THE CLIENT IF — YES OR NO — THEY ARE VALIDATED TO HAVE A DRINK AT MY RESTAURANT. THIS IS RATHER UNUSUAL. I MUST ADMIT THIS ISN’T FOR ME.”
Arnoux said the crowd was light on Monday and clients were cooperative but the requirement was onerous. One client, Myriam Karmasine, said she was prepared and it “posed no problem,” and another, Sonia Hamiche, said she was not bothered, either.
“But I’ve observed that there are fewer people outside today compared to normal on the streets and on the terraces,” Hamiche said. “I think this must have stopped certain people.”
People without a pass where it is required risk a fine of 135 euros ($158). The French government said for the first week of implementation, police controls will not lead to sanctions for non-compliance but instead will be an occasion to explain the law. In hospitals, visitors and patients who have appointments are required to have the pass. Exceptions are made for people at the emergency ward.
The pass is now required on high-speed, intercity, and night trains, which carry over 400,000 passengers per day in France, Transport Minister Jean-Baptiste Djebbari said Monday. It is also required on long-distance travel by plane or bus.
“WE’RE GOING TO ENFORCE MASSIVE CONTROLS,” DJEBBARI SAID.
Meanwhile, the Paris Saint-Germain soccer club will be allowed a capacity crowd for its first home game of the season against Strasbourg in the French league on Saturday. PSG said the Paris prefecture has approved 49,700 fans at Parc des Princes stadium, with spectators expected to show their virus passes.
POLLS SHOW THAT MOST FRENCH SUPPORT THE HEALTH PASS. SINCE PRESIDENT EMMANUEL MACRON ANNOUNCED THE MEASURE ON JULY 12, AT LEAST 7 MILLION PEOPLE HAVE RECEIVED THEIR FIRST VACCINE SHOT.
Yet the measure has prompted strong opposition from some people who say it compromises their freedoms by limiting movements outside the home. On Saturday, thousands of demonstrators marched in Paris and other French cities for a fourth consecutive week of protests against the measure. The virus pass has already been in place for last month for cultural and recreational venues including cinemas, concert halls, sports arenas and theme parks. The law also requires French health care workers to be vaccinated against the virus by Sept. 15.”