IN response to Laura Perrins on why vaccine passports would be a disaster, I’m Old Fashioned wrote:
The government has ordered 357million doses? For a country with a total population of 77million? Even if everyone elected to have the jab, that would be almost 5 doses per person. There are apparently seven different vaccines. I presume they are all different in some way or another. Is the one you are injected with to be a lottery? Or will they be identified by name and an element of consumer choice given like in Starbucks (Give me a full fat Oxford, with a small Pfizer chaser on the side?) Perhaps we need a magazine called What Vaccine?
The breathless pace of this project smacks of coercion, driven by big pharma and fuelled by the fear and confusion of a public being deliberately kept ignorant of what it is exactly that they are being asked to consent to. The constant emphasis on the need to rush into a decision, deliberately designed to give the target no opportunity to understand all the implications of the small print, is a standard method of the confidence trickster.