Outgoing Dutch Prime Minister Rutte and Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Health Hugo de Jonge from the country's caretaker cabinet have been making preparations to introduce a 2G health apartheid system.
The state broadcaster NOS had earlier spoken to “The Hague insiders” who claimed that a discriminatory system would be introduced in three weeks, so that it would no longer be possible for unvaccinated people to receive a QR code with a negative test.
Rutte and De Jonge announced a fresh new lockdown and the introduction of a 2G system “to keep the country safe”. The news about strict Corona measures that was leaked in recent days turned out to be correct.
Forced vaccination is a ‘free choice’
Pundits could already sense that it would just be a matter of time before the discriminatory system would be introduced. That indeed seems to be the case now. The 2G system means only vaccinated and recovered individuals have civil rights. De Jonge continues to argue that there is no forced vaccination.
For the introduction of the 2G system, the law must be changed. The House of Representatives must first give permission for this, so that an amendment to the law becomes possible. In addition, the cabinet also wants to enshrine the notion of permanent social distancing of one and a half meters in law, NOS reported.
Unvaccinated people will therefore soon be relentlessly pushed into a corner until they make the “right choice”, “fully voluntarily”.
There has been little support for this in the Netherlands, but the government is doubling down as in Austria. An Austrian student described to RT how she was excluded from meals at the university canteen, had to sit apart from her fellow students and was forced to wear an armband to indicate her unvaccinated status.
The globalist elite however maintain that this pressure to get vaccinated and even get a booster shot will lead to a “completely voluntary” choice. This is all the more ridiculous considering that the products do not work as promised.
Major outbreak in care home after third booster
In Zedelgem, Belgium, for example, some 28 residents became infected despite a third mRNA shot. Seven employees also tested positive. The severely affected groups have been isolated to prevent further spreading and high-risk contacts are monitored with increased vigilance.
“We see that residents can develop symptoms, despite the third shot,” said Kurt Ryheul, director of the residential care center. “We now want to protect our residents as much as possible against further spread, a vaccination rate of 100 percent among residents and 97 percent among employees is not enough to be free from outbreaks. That is why we are going back to the measures that worked during the first waves of this pandemic, in which we were spared major outbreaks,” said Ryheul, without irony.
Limburg provincial parliament vote against mandatory jabs
Meanwhile, in the Dutch province of Limburg, a majority in the regional parliament voted against a mandatory jab to work. The motion by PVV member of parliament Roel van Bijnen was passed with 25 against 20 votes.
Strikingly this majority came about because the members had voted without parliamentary discipline. Members of PVV, Forum for Democracy, SP, SVL and Party for the Animals all voted in favour. And most of the leftists of the ruling VVD, D66, PvdA and 50Plus opposed the vote.
The motion was a response to the amendment of the law that the cabinet is preparing to make the jab compulsory to work under certain conditions. The provincial government is being asked to indicate in a letter to the cabinet that there is no support for vaccine coercion in the Limburg Parliament. The province has also been requested not to introduce this system for officials and visitors to the government.
Right to work
According to the motion of PVV member of parliament Van Bijnen, introducing a jab obligation to work only creates a false sense of safety because vaccinated people can still become infected with the Corona virus and infect others with it. The shot can also lead to employees being unable to do their job. And this violates various articles relating to the right to work, according to the adopted motion.
Member of Parliament Van Bijnen is of course very satisfied with the adoption of his motion. He had also requested a roll-call vote because he knew that there would be different views within a number of parties. “I also think it is good and important that every member of parliament can follow his or her own conscience in matters of principle like this. To be able to make a personal assessment,” said Van Bijnen.
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