27 March 2021  /  Updated 17 July 2021
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And France is surrendering - a mandatory vaccination for all


scottbrown
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I mean, politicians surrender to some great and invisible force. People do not give up and I hope they never give up.
But I think, Marine Le Pen is unusually quiet. Is there a politician against these vaccines at all? Only Bolsonaro is against it.

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Yes, this is a case in which the states need to mobilise security services against the people imposing vaccinations.  If you were concerned about human health, you would have withdrawn the vaccines after about three weeks and sought therapeutic interventions that support immunity and treatment.  They might have empowered communities instead of pursuing strategies that destroyed any such possibilities.  The vaccines are junk and are an effect of corrupt science serving corporate interests who have aligned their interests with the global elites who colonise politics.

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This is scary, all right. All the more need to mug up on the facts. Here is the notice published today on the French Senate's website. The Senate did not adopt the proposed law.

You can read the proposition here.

 

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scottbrown
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That's good news. The struggle continues.
You know what awaits the Italians from Friday the 15th.
People must unite, even though this is not the case in their country, because it will soon come to them as well.
All people are betrayed by politicians. But there are few politicians and millions of people. We have to win, we have no other chance. 

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@scottbrown All people are betrayed by politicians.

it's wrong to say that you  fool, you've been told, they did not pass the law. france  dropped it. ok ?

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They will soon make another attempt at another similar law under a different name. And, of course, they will bribe or threaten politicians who have said no for now.
Nothing new, this has always been the rule, but now it is widespread.

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