The tiptoe to tyrranny in New Zealand
First, Jacinda was complacent.
Then she received her marching orders from Dr. Tedros of the WHO. Then it was two weeks to”flatten the curve”.
Then we were told that the vaccine, when it was available, would be voluntary.
Then came another “short and sharp” lockdown of Auckland and surrounding areas that has lasted over 100 days.
Then it was compulsory for “essential workers” only.
Then we all had to wear masks wherever we went.
Then they introduced the idea of vaccination certificates that would take people to freedom.
First, people who had had their shot would be free.
Then, people who had had a second shot would be free.
Jacinda introduced her two-tiered society.
Yesterday, about 10% of firefighters, correction staff, midwives, nurses and doctors, chiropractors would have to chose between having the jab or losing their jobs.
Notice all this was while Jacinda was extorting us all to “be kind”.
Notice that particular slogan has disappeared from the narrative.
Only now that that has all evolved to what we have today they slip in this little detail – the “vaccine certificates” only last 6 months and are now tied to six-monthly boosters.
What is next? Children down to the age of 5.
When will it become children from the age of 6 months?
So, the good people who decided to do the “right thing” will discover that they have signed into regular booster jabs that will make them sicker and sicker.
If they wake up and decline further jabs having done the right thing they will fall into the dreaded and discriminated-against category of the “unvaccinated”.
When will they wake up and realise they have been taken for a ride and their lives destroyed?
From the Left
Booster shots are coming. When should you get yours?
Fully vaccinated New Zealanders over the age of 18 will be able to get a booster six months after their second dose of the Pfizer jab, Justin Giovannetti writes in The Bulletin.
The boosters are coming. New Zealanders will begin getting third doses of the Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine from the end of November, Stuff reports. The booster will be available to anyone aged 18 and over who received their first two doses at least six months earlier. Healthcare and border workers will likely be first in line for a booster, many having received their first doses near the start of the year. While a third primary dose was approved in October for severely immunocompromised people, a third dose as a booster will be available for everyone. Nearly 456,000 New Zealanders will be eligible for the extra dose by the end of the year, with millions more to follow in 2022.
At what point does it become compulsory?
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