French rise up against Macron’s vaccine mandates

This July 15, 2021 article from Reuters covers the massive protests that erupted in France following President Emmanuel Macron’s introduction of mandatory vaccination of health workers and a health pass for the wider public.

According to the report, protests were being held in various cities of France including Nantes, Marseille, and Montpellier. The show of discontent is also symbolic as it took place “on Bastille Day, the anniversary of the 1789 storming of a medieval fortress in Paris which marked the turning point in the French Revolution”.

Editor’s Note: We are not sure whether there was violence in the protests or not, given that mainstream media has been caught lying repeatedly during this entire scamdemic. We think that if a government is using its power to abuse its citizens, it is the citizen’s responsibility to put their government in its place. We thank the French for standing up against this authoritarian mandate of Macron, and no government that disrespects the right of its people deserves to be respected. The social contract has been violated.

We have said it before and we shall say it again: there is no medical emergency [Also read No Health Emergency: Coercive Mass Vaccinations Illegal. New Political Leaders Needed. Acts of Courage Necessary]. Governments should have ended their oppressive pandemic policies when science started showing that the pandemic could be controlled with proper management of health resources. The government’s refusal to acknowledge the science of the immune system and the continued marketing of the vaccines to people who don’t want it is a violation of the government’s sacred mandate to safeguard the rights of its people. It is a violation of trust. Macron is not a leader, he is a puppet salesman of the powers controlling him.

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