OH, to be in England, now that lockdown’s almost gone . . . well, at least to be able to share in the unexpected I-told-you-so of being the first country in benighted Europe to promise to ditch the Covid tyranny; and share in the goodwill togetherness of all the other vaccine sceptics taking to the streets and parks tomorrow!
Hopefully everyone can see this volte face for what it really is: the ruling hypocrites exposed while insulting their electorate by rubbishing the draconian rules they had seen fit to impose on them, but now desperately trying to salvage their hides by claiming the ‘great victory of the boosters’. We are not fooled, and hopefully not complacent either. It has been suggested that we see this as an El Alamein, not a Stalingrad, in this all-out war against the Globalists.
While Johnson may succeed in recovering some of his squandered ratings with the English voter, he is unlikely to be flavour of the month with his WEF puppet-masters. And here on the European mainland, the Puppeteers are still pulling all the strings, to alarming effect. Defectors are not normally rewarded, and knock-on demands for liberalisation will be most unwelcome.
Here in Switzerland it remains tense, although there have been some positive signs. The number of infections has reached unprecedented daily heights, while hospital admissions have remained stable. The current regulations were due to expire today, but Health Minister Alain Berset has announced they will be extended to the end of next month, including the quarantine, work-from-home and Covid certificate mandates, while other curbs may be extended into March. The federal authorities always have to keep an eye on public opinion, having already undergone two referenda on their Covid policies, but the indications are that over 60 per cent of the population support them, especially the certificate rules, which prohibit the unjabbed access to most indoor public areas.
Other countries have introduced ever more stringent measures. Greece has begun to enforce a vaccine mandate on its over-60s, with those refusing facing a monthly fine of 50 euros, rising to 100 euros by next month. France intends to take a leaf out of the Australian sports guidelines, declaring that unvaccinated players will not be allowed to compete in the country. Italy has banned the unjabbed from all public transport and extended its green pass rules to outdoor venues.
In several EU countries, lockdown protests have met with brutal police action. In Germany, Belgium and Holland, thousands have taken to the streets, while in the eastern republics, including Romania and Bulgaria, comparisons have been drawn between the EU authorities and the old communist regimes, with the former ‘Iron Curtain’ now renamed the ‘Iron Fist’.
Most disturbing of all are the recent developments in Austria, a country just an hour’s bus ride from where I live. In November 2021 the government announced a vaccine mandate, with refusers facing fines, bankruptcy and prison sentences. Already the unvaccinated are barred from every public service except banks, pharmacies and food shops. Every shop window has a sign warning the unjabbed to stay out, while some traders have even installed a bell for them to ring and wait to be served – outside, in Austria, in winter. The Covid bureaucracy is burgeoning, in the expectation of the government issuing 1.8million penalty orders in 2022 alone. The Socialist Party would go even further, calling for the unvaxxed to lose their jobs and any entitlement to unemployment benefits and social assistance.
In spite of mass demonstrations, the mandate might go ahead. To quote one commentator: ‘I am aghast. I am especially aghast at how few other people are aghast.’ With the shop window notices, and full social apartheid looming, there are frightening echoes from history.
The deadline for the Austrian mandate is February 1, and to some extent this is now being regarded as a litmus test moment for Europe. The defection of England from the globalist plan will have added an extra frisson of anticipation. The independent television platform in Germany, Auf1, has issued its own warning, with a previous editorial translated below:
‘The next hours and days will finally decide for certain whether the illegal vaccination mandate in Austria will go ahead, or whether the regime will take a step back. In either case, the system is in panic mode, and the united front of “Pro-Compulsory-Vaccination” has, in the last few days, completely collapsed. And that’s not because of Omicron, but purely and simply because of the enormous resistance co-ordinated by the Freedom Movement, which since November 20 has been able to bring 100,000 people together in peaceful demonstration on the streets of Vienna. All the various participants in the protest have made a vital contribution. Will this be enough to bring about the end of compulsory vaccination? We’ll soon see. What is certain: in the little Alpine country of Austria, the Global Corona Regime will be tested. Austria will also act as a warning, because whatever the government decides in the next few days, the Freedom Movement is not going away.’
What they might have added is that these state-imposed mandates, if successful, will not stop at Covid vaccination. Boris Johnson might well have put England at the head of the pack of European countries in ditching the Covid regulations, but the WEF, with the EU at its beck and call, has not run out of ammunition. Whether masks, anti-social distancing, social apartheid and never-ending vaccination will finally be phased out depends on two key factors:
· whether ordinary people will continue to be brainwashed by the authorities, in the face of a surge in the publication of legal, medical and scientific refutations of their lies;
· whether governments will succeed in controlling forcibly the rise of resistance movements, until now relatively peaceful.
There are new divisions appearing in Europe – over immigration, Putin and the Ukraine, energy policies and climate change and the Visegrad Four – all of which will tend to weaken any unity on the pseudo-health-care front. The WHO continue to trundle out their spokesmen, claiming that the vaccines, boosters especially, alongside face masks, working from home and vaccine passports, have been exclusively responsible for falling infections since New Year. This circular justification won’t wash any more, as Professor Udi Qimron has stated: ‘You refused to admit that the infection comes in waves that fade by themselves, despite years of observations and scientific knowledge.’
Whatever the coming developments, the real pushback starts now. It’s up to the resistance to harness the turning tide even more rigorously, because everything of value to us still hangs in the balance. This is only the end of the beginning, and to repeat the words of Andrea Widburg: ‘Refuse to be silenced . . . Just say no’. And who knows, before the year is out I might even be allowed to board a flight to England, and get to cuddle my grandchildren.