Passaportes Sanitários

13/09/2021

Em Portugal, as pessoas não se incomodam de mostrar papéis para poderem desfrutar das atividades mais básicas da vida. É ver os restaurantes completamente cheios em Lisboa, ao fim-de-semana. Com pessoas de Passaportes Sanitários em riste, feitas dementes.

Não fosse o vídeo do Rui Castro chegar ao twitter, ao World Doctor’s Alliance e ao mundo, e continuaríamos a ser os totozinhos obedientes do costume.

A justiça portuguesa já havia sido referenciada no mundo inteiro, aquando do acórdão das duas desembargadoras que invalidou os testes PCR, com base em evidência científica.

Felizmente, boas notícias chegam de outros países.

Berlim, Paris e Viena aos milhares nas ruas, há vários fins-de-semana consecutivos, em protestos contra os passaportes sanitários.

Ainda deve estar-lhes na memória coletiva, pois quem também gostava imenso de passaportes sanitários era o Hitler.

Chamou-lhe: Ahenpass, introduzido na Alemanha em 1933, foi considerado o percursor do Holocausto.

It was the first legal attempt by the GOVERNMENT to define who was Aryan and who was Jewish. 

Only Aryans could work in public service industries – lawyers, teachers, doctors, and you even had to have a Ahnenpass to attend school or to get married. It had to be carried at all times and shown when it was required to prove Aryan descent. People lost their jobs, could not attend school, could not live freely without the PASSPORT. 

LESS THAN 5 YEARS

•  It was the first step and people accepted it.

•  In less than 5 years it became ‘dob in your neighbour’, yellow star, & people rounded up and taken to camps.

Quanto ao Reino Unido, e pelo menos por enquanto, sem qualquer inocência quanto à agenda, Boris Johnson recuou na exigência de passaportes sanitários para frequentar bares, discotecas, restaurantes e eventos desportivos. 

Por outro lado, em Moscovo, foi o povo a chegar-se à frente. Os russos acabaram com a palhaçada em três semanas.

Foi muito simples, os moscovitas pararam de frequentar locais que exigissem passaportes sanitários. Mesmo os que optaram por se vacinar. Os residentes de Moscovo deixaram crescer o cabelo, pararam de frequentar bares e restaurantes, não foram ao cinema, não se hospedaram em hotéis ou fizeram o que quer que fosse que exigisse passaporte sanitário.

Os negociantes de toda a cidade desataram de repente a ligar para o gabinete do Presidente da Câmara.

Marina Zemskova, the head of a regional hotel and restaurant association in Russia, said the vaccine passport turned out to be worse for business than a full lockdown. At least if there was another lockdown, she notes, businesses “could count on some kind of government support measures.”

There’s no government support coming under a vaccine passport system.

What the not-very-elite elites failed to anticipate about Moscow residents was they would simply not participate in the scam at all.

The business owners were so infuriated with the mayor that Sobyanin made a sudden, surprise announcement on July 19th that nobody needs to use a vaccine passport anymore. He made up a hilarious excuse, claiming that COVID case rates were all better suddenly, as the reason for lifting the QR code passports.

But everyone knew the truth. Moscow residents decided that their medical privacy and their right to travel is more important than whatever the people in charge were telling them.

It was a massive case of civil disobedience – and they didn’t even have to go outside and set things on fire in a big protest. All they did was say, “Any business that wants to see a vaccine passport from me is not getting any of my money.”

É assim que se faz.
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