The confidence in government is really collapsing around the world. In Australia, they are now telling people they should not even talk to anyone else in a desperate attempt to use this virus as a means to suppress society and end any assembly to prevent the overthrow of the government itself. Meanwhile, the US government is now tracking your search history in Google, for example, to see if you are an extremist.
If there is any leader who the mob will drag out of their palace, it will probably be Macron in France. He has already announced that starting in August, everyone visiting a restaurant, café, shopping center, hospital, or traveling on a long-distance train in France would be forced to DISPLAY a COVID Passport. The punishment for violating this decree will be six months in prison, and those businesses who welcome people without using a COVID Passport will face up to a year of prison and a €45,000 fine.
Macron is really trying to crush France’s economy for Klaus Schwab’s Great Reset. Many restaurant owners are now simply terrified that new required COVID Passports will transform them into virus cops rather than business people. Macron is emerging as the most severe head of state in Europe, if not the world. His Draconian harsh campaign to force individuals to receive the coronavirus vaccine in the face of widespread demonstrations in major cities has gone too far. As mentioned, from August 1, people who cannot show a COVID Passport will be barred from accessing public transportation, visiting a theater, shopping center, bar, café, restaurant, and other places. They will not even be allowed to buy food or see a doctor. In other words, get vaccinated or die seems to be his new motto.
For the first time, the police have joined the protesters in France. Macron may be taking his marching orders from Schwab, but this is starting to reach a serious crossroad in Europe. One eruption against a head of state and we may see others start to think twice about following Schwab’s grand master plan to recreate the world economy.