COVID Passport thread

brotherjimbob

Woodpecker

How can normies not see through this?

Step 1: You need a valid PCR test or death-shots to travel

Step 2: If you've had death-shots, you DON'T need a PCR

Step 3: You can't travel unless you're double-jabbed...

"Muuwahahahahahahaaaa..."
 

Viktor Zeegelaar

Pelican
Orthodox Inquirer
My mother is in Paris. First day she went to 5 establishments, once asked for the cojona pass. 3 terraces, 1 restaurant, 1 hotel. I also read that in NY it was like 11 out of 15 that didn't ask for it. So if we would extrapolate this tiny test, it wouldn't be impossible that 2/3 of establishments doesn't hold on to these measures, at least in the hotel, restaurant, cafe sector. Which in conclusion would mean that all the terror we see on the TV about France for example, turns out much milder on the ground. Which in turn is hopeful. We should be careful not to fall in despondency before we know how national measures actually work out locally.
 

canuckj

Chicken
Any Albertans here? Our cuckservative premier knifed us in the back this week after promising no vax pass. I got emails today telling me my 12 year old son is not able to swim at YMCA anymore without being vaccinated and that he can longer attend a fencing class. It is easy to feel really down. I work for a rural government and wonder how long I will be able to work.
 

hedonist

Kingfisher

How can normies not see through this?

Step 1: You need a valid PCR test or death-shots to travel

Step 2: If you've had death-shots, you DON'T need a PCR

Step 3: You can't travel unless you're double-jabbed...

"Muuwahahahahahahaaaa..."
Yeah its complete garbage considering countries don't recognize certain vaccines!!! (sputnik etc)
Any Albertans here? Our cuckservative premier knifed us in the back this week after promising no vax pass. I got emails today telling me my 12 year old son is not able to swim at YMCA anymore without being vaccinated and that he can longer attend a fencing class. It is easy to feel really down. I work for a rural government and wonder how long I will be able to work.
Working in AB.......yes its a kick in the teeth. I haven't seen any more info for flying but I might even get stranded for work.
 

Easy_C

Peacock
Here's an aspect that it is important for people who haven't lived in Europe to understand:


"Malls" is more important than it seems. In many dense urban areas those malls are where the grocery stores are located. Usually they are in the 1st level, in larger malls.
 

Grow Bag

Kingfisher
Something to think about for those wanting to escape their homeland, is that at some point in time you may need to return only to find that the covid-passport has been introduced as a requirement for entry. If a parent or sibling dies, or you get sick and need to get back home, what are you going to do?

My thinking at the moment is that before long a covid-passport will be required to access vital services, such as hospitals, dentists, etc., so I have to keep myself healthy to the best of my ability. Nevertheless sudden illness and accidents do happen. The other day I rounded a blind corner at speed on my motorbike only to find a lorry on my side of the road. I just about managed to wrestle the bike away from having a collision. My fault entirely for not anticipating a potential hazard, but these lapses happen. Had I collided and lived, then I would likely need hospital treatment. As time passes and medical staff become ever more hard of heart, they will not bat an eyelid enforcing draconian restrictions that means without the vaccine ID you simply will not get treatment, even if it means certain death or agonising disability. It wouldn't be so easy to say no to the jab screaming in pain with a broken leg. I'm sure that eventually there will be black market doctors available, through conscience of for profit, but that network will take time to get established. What I'm trying to say is it's going to be hard enough to circumvent these restrictions in our homelands, so how much harder will it be in a foreign land. I'm not meaning to be black-pilled, but these things do need our consideration.
 

rainy

Kingfisher
My mother is in Paris. First day she went to 5 establishments, once asked for the cojona pass. 3 terraces, 1 restaurant, 1 hotel. I also read that in NY it was like 11 out of 15 that didn't ask for it. So if we would extrapolate this tiny test, it wouldn't be impossible that 2/3 of establishments doesn't hold on to these measures, at least in the hotel, restaurant, cafe sector. Which in conclusion would mean that all the terror we see on the TV about France for example, turns out much milder on the ground. Which in turn is hopeful. We should be careful not to fall in despondency before we know how national measures actually work out locally.
Well that's one of the issues.

Attempting to enforce the communist vax mandates on a business which relies on patrons, hurts your business. And most of these businesses were already hurt from the lockdowns.

I'm outside NYC but haven't worn a mask since May other than in the airport. And I have not been asked to wear a mask or asked about my vax status a single time in any business I have gone into. Not even my dentist asks and he's working a foot away from my open mouth for half an hour. Why doesn't he ask? Because if he attempted to enforce a vax mandate he'd lose a huge % of his clients.

And that's where hopefully steel meets steel.

Attempting to enforce communist rules on many small businesses who survive on the capitalist model to put food on their table and a roof over their heads goes across party lines. Politicians don't run businesses and neither do all the lefty idiots who live at home with mom and dad who flood social media. But just walk down the street. Every small business you see needs to survive. Whether they're Dem or Rep, that's going to take a back seat to survival at some point.
 
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Redcrosse

Woodpecker
I'm outside NYC but haven't worn a mask since May other than in the airport. And I have not been asked to wear a mask or asked about my vax status a single time in any business I have gone into. Not even my dentist asks and he's working a foot away from my open mouth for half an hour. Why doesn't he ask? Because if he attempted to enforce a vax mandate he'd lose a huge % of his clients.
Hopefully at some point people will realize there is no pandemic. And just refuse to comply with an illusion. Just stop cooperating with insanity. Because there is a zero percent chance there is a real crisis. Only two possibilities have ever existed here: there is no new disease called Covid (what I believe), or there is a new disease but it’s relatively insignificant and not much worse than the flu. There is no third possibility.

(Of course, this comes with a caveat: two years of unprecedented and neverending global panic, anxiety, shock and stress, together with harm and injury caused by the poison injections, may actually be causing fresh waves - not of the fake delta variant - but of the sickness and health problems that you should naturally expect to emerge from so much worldwide trauma.)

To force the entire world to adjust to a totalitarian New Normal because of a pandemic that never was is the single craziest, most lunatic scheme ever devised. Any politician, journalist, plutocrat or supposed scientist advocating such a thing should be stripped of all authority. They are dangerously insane, and way too dangerous to occupy positions of power.
 
Attempting to enforce communist rules on many small businesses who survive on the capitalist model to put food on their table and a roof over their heads goes across party lines.

Although this is true many smaller cities have gentrified and liberalized, bringing with it easy debt and cronyism. Many small business owners I know are full-on vaxxers and maskers even though it's decimated their business. They don't care because the cities and counties give them special favors (including spending taxpayer dollars for their lack of customers) and they've learned the govt will bail them out too (or at least they think so). This is in a red state too. Several of the ones I know are taking on large loans as we speak to upgrade to attract the rich people, aka the covid demographic.
 

Dilated

Woodpecker
A scary story from Lithuania:


It looks like you are basically exiled from society without vax pass.

That’s a sticky wicket. My goodness. They’re going to have to plan really well- one person gets a PCR test then get all errands for the month done that day. Then simply out-wait the gov’t. The narrative is falling apart and dissent is rising.
 
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