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The French are rising up!
Unfortunately, the only way to stop this government tyranny is through violence.
Now with the CDC admission that the PCR tests did not work because of too many false positives, which shows that 16 months of damned 'cases' were all fake and lies, there'll soon be a tsunami of people around the world calling for their govts to resign. This is the beginning of the end for them!
I hope you are right but I don't think it will happen.
@lonepatriot333: We shall see. There's going to be a tsunami of lawsuits for sure.
They make a beautiful sound.
You've got to hand it to the French they know how to protest. But, Macron's not going to go voluntarily is he? I thought the patriotic French generals would have made their move by now to support the French people. They did say they'd step in if they could see signs of civil war brewing.
Protest is not enough and is deemed to failure, they need a plan of action, have the lawyers ready to take down the criminals and a takeover of law and order and immediate cancellation if all covid rules.
@MahaAl: Where exactly are all the human rights lawyers in all this..
@Juliette Ashmore: hundreds are at work in collusion with Dr Rheiner Fuellmich. In the UK Michael O'Bernicia. The biggest obstacle is finding judges who aren't bought to ensure the law is adhered to.
@Justice4u: Many more lawyers fighting govts in the USA, Canada and in Europe. If they present irrefutable evidence, and there's plenty of that, the judge will have no choice but to rule in their favour, in a public trial. I don't think the problem is finding the right judge. The problem is how the courts use their system to delay, defer, postpone, dismiss, bog you down, BEFORE the case gets to the court trial. They make you appeal and appeal and appeal and drag out the legal process until you give up.
Well here was his answer on Monday proving these protests do nothing. The French parliament early Monday approved a bill that will make COVID-19 vaccinations mandatory for health workers as well as require a health pass in a wide array of social venues as France battles with the fourth wave of coronavirus infections. Visitors heading to museums, cinemas, or swimming pools in France are already denied entry if they cannot produce a pass showing that they have been vaccinated against COVID-19 or have had a recent negative test. The pass has been required for large-scale festivals or to go clubbing. Beginning in August, the pass will further be needed to enter restaurants and bars and for long-distance train and plane journeys.
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