A senior MP has confirmed that anyone who refuses to get the “miraculous” vaccine will be banned from pubs, restaurants and air travel, adding there is a possibility to even ban them from their places of work.
Conservative Tom Tugendhat has been scare mongering that those who reject it may find it hard to return to normal life.
Mr Tugendhat said he could ‘certainly see the day’ when people weren’t allowed into the office until they could prove they’d had the vaccine.
Venues may also demand to see vaccination certificates on the door before people are allowed inside, he said.
He added: ‘If vaccination works and if we’re confident it’s safe, and all indications so far are good, then I can certainly see the day when businesses say: “Look, you’ve got to return to the office and if you’re not vaccinated you’re not coming in.” ‘And I can certainly see social venues asking for vaccination certificates.’
Mr Tugendhat, who chairs the foreign affairs committee, pointed at the example of foreign travel, where visitors trying to enter certain countries have to prove they have been vaccinated against diseases such as yellow fever. He said: ‘I remember when I used to travel rather more than I do now – when you go into certain countries you had to show a yellow fever certificate and if you did not have a yellow fever certificate you weren’t allowed in the country and that was that.
‘There was no debates, no appeals and no further requests. And I can see a situation where yes, of course you’re free not to have the vaccine, but there are consequences.’
Further evidence of the fascistic reign on the world comes in the form of leading travel industry association that is developing a digital passport for international plane passengers who have been vaccinated for COVID-19.
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) said Saturday that it is in the final phase of developing the infrastructure for the passport, which could become an essential component in rebuilding the shattered tourism industry.
‘Testing is the first key to enable international travel without quarantine measures. The second key is the global information infrastructure needed to securely manage, share and verify test data matched with traveler identities in compliance with border control requirements,’ Alexandre de Juniac, IATA CEO, said.
Travellers who receive the COVID-19 shot will likely have confirmation of their vaccination digitally linked to their official passports.
The IATA says a ‘vaccination passport’ will bring peace of mind to potential tourists, and could quickly reboot mass travel across the globe. (More like the ‘vaccination passport’ will force millions to get the vaccine so that they can legally travel)
CEO of Qantas Airline, Alan Joyce said earlier this week that the carrier would implement the measure once the vaccine was made available to the public.
He predicted the rule would become standard practice around the world.
Sewage testing on planes, monitoring ankle bracelets and DNA testing are also being considered to keep passengers safe.
Joyce said: ‘We are looking at changing our terms and conditions to say for international travelers that we will ask people to have a vaccination before they can get on the aircraft.
We really have crossed the line now into the authoritarian big brother state.
This is only going to get worse.