‘In another sign that the campaign of C-19 vaccination in Europe is far from over, French President Emmanuel Macron suggested last week that the appropriate response to the crisis in France’s overstrained emergency healthcare services is to “vaccinate everything that can be vaccinated.”
Macron’s word choice has attracted particular attention in the French Twittersphere and other online media, since he literally said that it was necessary to vaccinate “every-thing” (tout ce) and not, say, “everyone” (tous ceux) that can be vaccinated.
“Reintegrating unvaccinated healthcare workers is absolutely not an answer to the problem,” Macron says, not only because, according to him, they represent just a “tiny minority,” but also because – “if we’re honest” – the unvaccinated staff have “a dubious relationship to care and to ethics.”
Macron:« Vacciner tout ce qui peut être vacciné, nous allons agir sur ce volet » / ce coup ci, ça ne va pas être free style pour le gouvernement, les enfants avec la saloperie Arn il ne faut même pas y penser pic.twitter.com/VNDn8CAxvt
— VERITY France (@verity_france) June 3, 2022
‘PARIS: More than 100,000 people across France protested Saturday over what they say are government plans to further restrict the rights of the unvaccinated, days after French President Emmanuel Macron used unsavoury language to describe those refusing the jab.
Macron said Friday that he fully stands by controversial remarks he made on Tuesday, when he vowed to “piss off” people not vaccinated against Covid-19 until they accept shots.‘
h/t A Deplorable Neanderthal