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    Rutgers Becomes First US College To Make COVID Jabs Mandatory For Students



    Not long after Connecticut, California and a handful of other states announced plans to move up the start date for when all adults will be eligible to receive the COVID vaccine in the US, Rutgers, the largest public university in the state of New Jersey, became the first public school in the US to announce that students wouldn’t be allowed back to campus in the fall unless they had been fully vaccinated.

    Administrators said President Joe Biden’s mandate for everyone to be eligible for a vaccine by May, made during the president’s first official press conference yesterday, should give students plenty of time to get their shots, UPI reports.

    “We are committed to health and safety for all members of our community, and adding COVID-19 vaccination to our student immunization requirements will help provide a safer and more robust college experience for our students,” Rutgers President Jonathan Holloway said in a statement. […]

    “Vaccination is key to stopping the current pandemic,” Brian Strom, chancellor of Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences, said.


    Notably, the university added that students with religious or medical exemptions would be allowed to attend classes without the vaccine.

    Of course, students who opt to continue taking classes online won’t be bound by the mandate. “An effective vaccination program is a continuation of Rutgers’ commitment to health and safety for all members of our community of more than 71,000 students, the cities we are in and the communities we serve throughout New Jersey,” Rutgers Chief Operating Officer Antonio Calcado added.

    Some criticized the university’s decision to grant staff, from groundskeepers to professors, an exemption to the ruling, saying they won’t be required to be vaccinated in order to teach (although, since professors are generally older than students, they would in theory have had more time to get the jab). Still, they will be “strongly encouraged” to receive it.

    For Rutgers students wondering when they might be eligible, the NYT has published a summary of recent announcements from US states that are accelerating the expansion of eligibility, in keeping with President Biden’s push to get 200MM doses into American arms by the end of his first 100 days.

    Governors across the United States are speeding up eligibility for coronavirus vaccines as the number of new cases nationally plateaus, adding more urgency to vaccination efforts.

    California will open up vaccine eligibility on April 1 to any resident who is 50 or older, and will expand that to residents 16 or older on April 15, state officials announced on Thursday, saying they could do so because of increasing supplies of vaccine from the federal government. And Gov. Ron DeSantis of Florida announced that any state resident who is 40 or older would be eligible starting on Monday, and that the minimum age would drop to 18 on April 5.

    In Connecticut, which is among the most-vaccinated states in the country, Gov. Ned Lamont said Thursday that all residents 16 and above would be eligible beginning April 1. New Hampshire will make shots available to all residents 16 and older starting April 2, and North Carolina on April 7. In Rhode Island, Gov. Dan McKee said the state was on track to make vaccines available to all residents over 16 by April 19.

    Gov. Andy Beshear of Kentucky said the state would open vaccinations to those 40 and older starting Monday, adding that a mask mandate would stay in place for at least another 30 days. And in Minnesota, Gov. Tim Walz is expected to announce on Friday that all residents over the age of 16 will be eligible starting March 30.


    Meanwhile, New Jersey announced Friday that it would lower minimum age to 55 as of April 5, meaning it’s running behind some of its neighbors.

    As we wait to see whether more schools will follow Rutgers’ lead, many Americans are wondering whether employers will impose similar requirements. Dr. Scott Gottlieb told CNBC in a Friday morning interview that he doesn’t expect employers. But while they might not explicitly mandate vaccination, Dr. Gottlieb believes they will find ways to incentivize employees to get it done.


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    How the Coronavirus Took Over the World



    Edgar Fernhout, Schädel, 1935.

    The lexicon of mendacious government platitudes has gained another ignominious entry. “Just three weeks to flatten the curve!” they implored one long year ago. Yet after twelve months of authoritarianism and state-enforced solitude, SWAT teams are swooping in to arrest Miami spring break revelers, and lockdown protests from Amsterdam to Kassel are intensifying across Europe. The much-vaunted vaccines seem to have brought us no closer to freedom. The initial justifications for the suspension of liberty will now undoubtedly rank in history alongside such inglorious slogans as “the troops will be home by Christmas” and “diversity is our strength.” Debates continue to rage about the lethality and the origin of the coronavirus, but in truth, these are largely academic discussions now. The coronavirus is not primarily an epidemiological phenomenon, but rather a sociological and political one. Our question should not be “why has this pandemic happened now,” but rather “why have governments and societies responded to it as they did?”

    The truth may be that the coronavirus did not blink into existence in Wuhan one year ago. Rather, it had been incubating in the psyche of modern societies for years. The ease with which populations not only acquiesced to governmental restrictions but also wilfully demanded more of them is proof that we had already accepted the premise of the coronavirus lockdowns into our hearts long ago. It is worth noting that almost all the trends and changes that the coronavirus has seemingly unleashed are simply an acceleration of what was preexisting: Atomization, a retreat from the physical world into the digital, a neurotic collective hysteria in the face of death without a spiritual framework, the expectation that the government will provide, a pseudo-religious belief in experts and scientific redemption, and the hyper-politicization of communal activity.

    In examining the coronavirus as a social display rather than as a deadly viral outbreak, it is useful to identify who has consistently resisted the lockdown. Primarily, religious communities within the West have continued their lives largely unhindered. Only a few weeks ago, the Orthodox Jewish stronghold of Stamford Hill in London had the highest rate of coronavirus in the UK. Likewise, there have been several high-profile cases of Indian and Pakistani weddings and religious festivals being broken up; and it has not gone unnoticed that cities such as Bradford and Leicester with large ethnic minority populations had disproportionately high Covid-rates. It is popular on the Right to point to this as an example of the failure of multiculturalism, highlighting as it does that immigrant communities do not abide by the laws of the land, and that governments are too timid to enforce them in any case fearing accusations of racism. These points are, of course, true. But this also perhaps says more about Western host societies than it does about those who have chosen to migrate to them.

    Handwringing liberals may attribute this difference in ethnic attitudes to the coronavirus to a lack of education and resources, or our insensitivity to alternative cultural values. Translated, this simply means that Jewish, Hindu, and Islamic communities have not been morally intimidated by a disease with a median death rate in most cases beyond the average life expectancy; and they also have been unimpressed by the potential for social ostracization if they do not comply. Of course, this may be because they are beyond public reproach in the West, but their response has nevertheless been a perennial, rather than a modern one. Armored by faith, they have taken a divinely fatalistic view and chosen to continue to celebrate the cycle of life and death — weddings, births, funerals, and birthdays.

    The shrill cries of moral indignation about the selfishness of killing grandma have much less weight if you have already accepted that your grandparents will die and so will you.

    In a world riven by suffering and temporal chaos, they have opted to make meaningful lives, rather than to potentially live just that little bit longer in the self-imposed cryostasis of Western societies.

    As these religious groupings continue their surreptitious gatherings in the Mosque or Synagogue, hermit Brits dared to leave their womb-like hiding spots to gormlessly clap the NHS in a pseudo-religious act of worship. Without a metaphysical basis, only the quantity rather than the quality of life has any value, and if nurses and doctors are the high priests of this new religion, then they should rightfully be venerated and doted on. The transition from a government of oligarchic middle-managers to total domination by an unelected scientific cabal was really not that drastic when politics had already been reduced to nothing more than a rationalistic and utilitarian problem-solving exercise. The only thing that political parties seem to disagree on is if the restrictions are tough enough, and if the logistics of policing and vaccination have been sufficiently draconian. No philosophical examinations of the objectives of the lockdown are permitted, but then this is unsurprising in societies that also do not allow the questioning of the sacred cows of demographic replacement, foreign policy misadventures, or the cult of LGBTQ+ rights. The population had already been cowed and pre-programmed to accept new doctrines without question by years of the repression of free speech and independent thought.

    This does not, however, mean that the lockdown is unpopular. If there were to be a democratic vote on it, it is likely in many Western countries it would be sustained well into the future, perhaps even indefinitely. In Japan, huge segments of the population have withdrawn from society entirely, living their lives in their bedrooms, supported by their parents or the state, living in a condition of total social shame, arrested development, and hedonistic consumption. The term for this is hikikomori. What at first sight may seem an anomaly of Japanese culture is in fact a glimpse into the future of modern society. We are all hikikomori now. A significant portion of people is in no rush to return to “normality” because normality for them was simply social isolation and alienation with additional demands placed upon them. What does the outside world offer to these people anymore? The answer for an increasing number is soulless, unnecessary, and unfulfilling corporate jobs in an atomized world where no one around you looks like you, set amid the backdrop of interchangeable towns and cities.

    Sweden is perhaps the most advanced case of this terminal decay of modernity, yet it had the lightest lockdown restrictions in Europe. This at first seems paradoxical, yet in many ways, it only bolsters the analysis. With its huge migrant population that for reasons outlined earlier would not respect any restrictions, and with its completely atomized and self-censoring society in which nearly 40% of people live alone, formal legal restrictions were perhaps thought to be unnecessary when the vast majority of the population would self-police following the Jantelagen, and the migrant communities would never be compelled to obey anyway.

    All of this illustrates one fundamental realization: the incentive structures of Western societies have drastically changed over the past few decades. Wealth acquisition, passing on your genes to the next generation, and gaining social standing in the local community have been replaced by virtue-signaling and climbing the ladder of social clout in the global, digital community. We live online. Our community is our Twitter feed, our gaming group, our curated Instagram photos. This is not a particularly original or compelling assessment by itself, but we must also understand that the nature of digital life has changed. Where once social media was pitched as a medium to connect with and keep in touch with real-world friends, it is now a vehicle for conformity, groupthink, and passivity. This is underscored by one subtle, but very important change in the language of social relations. No longer are others friends as they were at the dawn of social media, but are instead now merely followers.

    Online social interaction has ceased to be bi-directional and reciprocal; it is that of the devotee and the cult leader. It is a slave and master mentality. It is therefore unlikely a sudden revolt against the popular consensus will spring from those who even in their private online domain are passive cheerleaders. The fact is the physical world has lost its grip over the modern imagination. Going out to earn a living is an almost archaic activity when we are inching towards states so all-encompassing that they will provide a universal basic income driven by fiat money printing. The rise of Bitcoin is a reaction to the feeling that our economies are a giant fiction, running up debts that are never intended to be repaid, presided over by a handful of oligarchs with more wealth than we could ever even imagine. Under these conditions, heading outside and into the office seems terribly outmoded. Likewise, in the digital age, sex has been relegated to a solo activity as pornography supplants procreation for the OnlyFans generation. In the West, there are fewer and fewer communal anchors as pubs and churches close. All of this contributes to the feeling that there is nothing out there in the world of any value, and so the loss of the freedom to go outside and to associate for many has been more an inconvenience than a matter of life and death.

    Mortality salience does, however, play a huge role in the current crisis.

    Preying on health fears to instill compliance with governmental policy has proven so wildly successful precisely because the population is already so primed to believe that it is at risk. This is because it is. An obese, aging, mentally- and chronically-ill populace is already well versed with an internalized fear of their own incapacitation and demise. Playing on that is the perfect PR strategy, one that would have been inconceivable in a strong and virile society.

    All of these factors have contributed to how the coronavirus took over the world, and collectively, they spell a long winter for human liberty. The freedoms we have lost may possibly be incrementally restored in the coming months and years, but we have shown ourselves amply willing to abandon our rights and painstakingly slow to ask for them back. There is no reason to believe an event like the coronavirus could not happen again. We live in an era of chronic rather than acute politics where narratives linger on for months and years. The underlying cultural and societal malaise, the collective neurosis, and the spiritual death of vast swathes of the West will not quickly be reversed.

    Our only recourse is to begin to re-root ourselves in a Heideggerian authentic life, to seek out like-minded individuals, and to build robust and resilient communities that can thrive in this bleak existential landscape. As others live their lives in stasis, we must instead embrace reality with vigor — and work to take it back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Verđandi View Post
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    Mortality salience does, however, play a huge role in the current crisis.

    Preying on health fears to instill compliance with governmental policy has proven so wildly successful precisely because the population is already so primed to believe that it is at risk. This is because it is. An obese, aging, mentally- and chronically-ill populace is already well versed with an internalized fear of their own incapacitation and demise. Playing on that is the perfect PR strategy, one that would have been inconceivable in a strong and virile society.

    All of these factors have contributed to how the coronavirus took over the world, and collectively, they spell a long winter for human liberty. The freedoms we have lost may possibly be incrementally restored in the coming months and years, but we have shown ourselves amply willing to abandon our rights and painstakingly slow to ask for them back. There is no reason to believe an event like the coronavirus could not happen again. We live in an era of chronic rather than acute politics where narratives linger on for months and years. The underlying cultural and societal malaise, the collective neurosis, and the spiritual death of vast swathes of the West will not quickly be reversed.

    Our only recourse is to begin to re-root ourselves in a Heideggerian authentic life, to seek out like-minded individuals, and to build robust and resilient communities that can thrive in this bleak existential landscape. As others live their lives in stasis, we must instead embrace reality with vigor — and work to take it back.

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    Indeed, and the coronaphobia is definitely not conducive, but with a large sampling size you can be assured that more people will get sick and some even will die as result of a nocebo-effect. Was it planned that way? Don't know, but it def. looks like it. At the masks that mess with people's O2/CO2 metabolism and cause different breathing patterns, especially in those that already have some impaired breathing. The mask also enhance the climate of fear. And the obnoxious "lockdown regulations" add to tension and people's problems, e.g. by bankrupting small businesses and putting people out of income. Given that it is completely useless even if we assume the magic virus would be real, I'd say this is more evidence pointing to preplanned event. Well, wasn't there something going on in 2019 in terms of a simulation? Event 201. And it's saved to assume that a lot would be going on behind closed doors. In teams that anxiously try to work out "solutions", there will also be the assertive kind that knows its script and push the team in that direction until there is "consensus". It's the same with other experts. The most intolerant, prepared, assertive wins. Those in doubt (that actually seriously want to solve a problem) will be pushed aside. Doubt is necessary of course, when you have to find the optimum solution, since you must weight the pros and cons. "Virus" and contagious theory has some formulas you can manipulate variables in, but it is actually unknown what those variables are. Meanwhile no sample was taken on saliva that it even contains any "virus" that can make other people sick. The famous e-microscope pictures are from particles that were in tissue taken from patients. But that those are contagious pathogens has only been hypothesized, never proven. In fact the evidence leads more to the conclusion that those are products of cell decay. The experiments falsely called isolation ironically confirm this as well. During those experiments cells are starved and poisoned and similar particles arise. But to the virology-wizards this is proof of virus. One wonders when scientific reason fell from the bus during their educational history. It's kind of magical reasoning that prevails there. Manipulate an event to a predictable outcome and if that event indeed occurs, claim that proofs your hypothesised cause. That that effect got other causes, could be shown with control experiments, but they are skipped in the isolation papers for SARSCOV2. Those control experiments would however be what scientific method would demand. But that's how paradigma "science" works. Do only what somehow can be bend to look affirmative of your paradigm. Avoid or ignore what doesn't or even contradicts it. Confirm this via 'academic consensus'. To keep it stable promote only those that agree with the consensus and exclude critics. That way consensus and paradigm remain preserved although details may change all the time - Since, well "science is self-correcting". Better explanatory models are ignored, dismissed or even ridiculed. That phenomenon isn't as uncommon as many think. Although it gets a bit more difficult to sustain, the more definite results are required as e.g. in engineering, which uses clear physics and material science to work. The client wouldn't accept just-so-stories as answer as it's common in the medical. If the patient gets well again: "Look, our treatment worked". If he dies:"This is a terrible virus! It killed" - If someone supposedly contaminated with the virus doesn't get sick:"He already got immunity". If someone sick tests "positive" at any of the tests:"See, the virus made him sick". If healthy people are tested with a positive results: "Asymptomatic carriers" - So the list can go on. They got some answer to everything. Meaning it's actually answering nothing. It's impossible to falsify their thesis, hence it can't be considered scientific at all.

    But reality doesn't really matter in myths. What "took over the world" - at least the many countries where politicians were bribed or bullied into compliance with WHO-demands - is the Myth of the CORONAVIRUS that has doctors and "experts" as prophets, doctors as priest and finally anyone that has heard that an aunt has "died of COVID" and is a bit chatty about it, becomes a missionary. They are the Corona's Witnesses. They're distant cousins from the watchtower society could learn a trick or two here. But then they don't have public funding nor Big Media backing to spread their version of the Apocalypse. There isn't money in this neither, except for those that manufacture paper or printing presses. With the "novel Coronavirus" it is different of course. Huge interest in this: Politically and Financially. Provincial Politicians can finally go on a power trip and show how much they care about "our health". So do the smaller officials. Financially Big-Biz and some Hi-Teck firms benefit at the expense of a lot of smaller ones. The vax (genetic therapy) producers benefitted from subsidies and hyped up demand from their virtually untested product. Well, and when that thing gets some "unexpected" effects over time, they can cash in on that as well. Could it be that product that is designed to cause bodily responses to specific proteins can cause diseases that require protein replacement therapies? The lead developer of the pseudo-vaccination, Biontech, already has them in their program as listed in their annual reports. Until now they only costed them money. And they also were owing money to investors and creditors before the "crisis". I think that may change soon.

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    Thousands party in Brussels Bois de la Cambre as April Fools’ joke gets out of hand



    Riot police were deployed to disperse crowds in Brussels’ Bois de la Cambre on Thursday afternoon after thousands of people showed up to “La Boum,” a fake festival that was announced as an April Fools’ joke.

    Photos and videos on social media show large crowds of young people dancing and partying, but police spokesperson Ilse Van de Keere told the Belga news agency that police started clearing the park around 5:00 PM.

    Many of the people present, however, refused to leave and threw bottles and other projectiles at the police, leading the police to use water cannons, police horses, pepper spray, tear gas, and a drone.


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    There are reasons for their Covid 19 vaccine requirements. 1. They want a massive return on the costs of researching these vaccines and from production. 2. It's about controlling our buying behaviors and fattening up large company's stocks against small businesses, known as corporate welfare. 3. Governments in Europe started to see early sign of serious protests both in Europe and even, China. 4. Lastly, the voters who are at high-risk count mainly to political officials: the obese, heavy smokers, minorities, older "paranoid folks," and travelers/immigrants. I know half of seniors refuse to take the "jab" as they explain that they've survived childhood diseases and have their own immunity at 80 plus. They don't trust it.

    Many immigrants sill bring in chicken pox, Covid 19, leprosy, hepatitis, measles, and TB, but nothing is said much on TB or hepatitis.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Winterland View Post
    There are reasons for their Covid 19 vaccine requirements. 1. They want a massive return on the costs of researching these vaccines and from production. 2. It's about controlling our buying behaviors and fattening up large company's stocks against small businesses, known as corporate welfare. 3. Governments in Europe started to see early sign of serious protests both in Europe and even, China. 4. Lastly, the voters who are at high-risk count mainly to political officials: the obese, heavy smokers, minorities, older "paranoid folks," and travelers/immigrants. I know half of seniors refuse to take the "jab" as they explain that they've survived childhood diseases and have their own immunity at 80 plus. They don't trust it.

    Many immigrants sill bring in chicken pox, Covid 19, leprosy, hepatitis, measles, and TB, but nothing is said much on TB or hepatitis.

    The lead RNA-technology developer BionTech was short of going bankrupt, when suddenly the "pandemic" did "break out" - They had a therapy ready shortly after lockdowns. So yes, there are financial interests. Those aren't peanuts. With the lockdowns its small to medium companies that get burned, while several larger companies can even increase turnover/profits. The reason is plain and simple that they have the surplus human resources to deal with all those bureaucratic and pedantic requirements to be "Corona-Compliant". The lockdowns/masking/social distancing is a convenient excuse to crack down on protests. It also prevents people from organising and communicating. Yes, nowadays you can exchange facts in data via the internet - you can even have a video call. But this simply isn't like sitting together with some friends or strangers around a physical table looking them into the face. Interpersonal communication is important. Any serious resistance would require organising on a interpersonal level. The Coronaphobia + Lockdowns are ideal to prevent this from happening in any meaningful way at least for sure not on a critical mass level. So the Covid-Pandemic-Myth is ideal to hold people down.

    I don't think there was/is any increased risk due to "a novel coronavirus", but if you chainsmoke, are double your normal weight, spend your time with drugs and getting it from behind and are false as a three dollar bill, you're probably more at risk that the Coronaphobia gets the better of you. Signs of any pandemic are virtually absent in areas were there are no lockdowns/Forcemasking and Corona's witnesses are making the rounds. Except for having messed up people's lives it's the mass-hysteria that creates "more cases" or "spikes" in mortality. This pandemic is literally 100% man made. No invisible bugs hopping from bats to humans to other humans as has been asserted right in the beginning (Christian Drosten's 10 year old thesis/prophesy) - there is virtually zero proof of this, since the alleged virus never has been isolated, there could be no sequencing of its genome (they constructed an in silico one) - so there is no test to diagnose you with. The tests pick up RNA snippets / proteins that to varying degree exist in any human being. They also pick up cell debris so, if you are shedding cells inside (as with the common cold), your chances of getting a positive may increase.

    And yes, there are quite some people suspicious. But there are many, especially older, people that have been manipulated into suspicion (they usually deny any manipulation) - So it takes over the gullible and some of the virtue-signallers. What the jab will cause is difficult to say, but rest assured that there is a larger percentage of jabbed that will develop some chronic disease from this. Ordinary vaccines were already pseudoscience (they really don't know what they actually do or how it works, just have some models on what it may do, akin to speculating about planets or life in other galaxies), but this genetic RNA-therapy is kind of different. They have a fairly accurate idea on that making the cells produce a specific protein or range thereof will turn the body against the protein (potentially kill any cells that produce those proteins). The catch: There is a good chance that those proteins related to processes the body needs for its maintenance and well, perhaps for reproduction, too. So over this decades there will be a larger number of people demanding therapy or treatments - just like the lead pseudo-vaccine developer already got in its program "protein replacement therapies".
    Don't take my word for it. https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/wrna.1288
    Research it more. I couldn't believe it at first neither. I would have expected them (the pharma-grifters) to shift that activity to another company as to cover.

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    I'm not taking a vaccine made by people who's stated goal is to reduce the worlds population to 500 million people.
    Its the mark of the beast.

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    Belgium must lift ‘all Covid-19 measures’ within 30 days, Brussels court rules



    The Belgian State has been ordered to lift “all coronavirus measures” within 30 days, as the legal basis for them is insufficient, a Brussels court ruled on Wednesday.

    The League for Human Rights had filed the lawsuit several weeks ago and challenged Belgium’s system of implementing the measures using Ministerial Decrees, which means it is done without any input from parliament.

    The judge gave the Belgian State 30 days to provide a sound legal basis, or face a penalty of €5,000 per day that this period is exceeded, with a maximum limit of €200,000, reports Le Soir.

    The current coronavirus measures are based on the Civil Safety Act of 2007, which enable the State to react quickly in “exceptional circumstances,” but the judge has now ruled that these laws cannot serve as a basis for the Ministerial Decrees.

    “The judge ruled that the principle of legality has been violated because the current way of working is not foreseeable enough,” Kati Verstrepen of the Human Rights League confirmed to VRT, adding the consequences are “not so dramatic” that from one day to the next, the measures would no longer be valid.

    For the time being, the current coronavirus measures will not change, and the verdict is currently being studied by the office of Interior Minister Annelies Verlinden, reports De Standaard.

    Appealing against the court ruling is still possible, but as it concerns a summary judgment, an appeal would not suspend the execution of the judgment.

    On Wednesday afternoon, the Chamber will debate Belgium’s upcoming pandemic law, which is supposed to provide “a permanent legal basis, for taking this kind of restrictive measures during a pandemic.”

    Several legal experts already pressed the Belgian State to bring forward the law as soon as possible to avoid judges cancelling fines written out for violations of the measures, and this ruling only increases the pressure to quickly adopt it.

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    Festival Trendies Demand Singer Be Removed From Lineup For Opposing Vaccine Passports

    Ian Brown previously said any musician going along with vaccine passports “is a collaborator and a disgrace!”

    Source: Summit

    Dopamine starved trendies, desperate to get to any form of music festival and take 900 million selfies of themselves in masks, taking COVID tests, and accepting all kinds of draconian restrictions in exchange for some “fun” are now demanding that singer Ian Brown be cancelled because he has vocally opposed the introduction of vaccine passports in order to attend music events.

    It remains to be seen whether any from of vaccine passport will be used at the festival, but if it is Brown will almost certainly refuse to appear anyway, having recently pulled out of other events that have decided to implement such systems.


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    Norwegian skis back from Sweden to avoid quarantine restrictions



    A Norwegian who tried to ski around his country's virus quarantine system by skiing back from Sweden had to be rescued after bad weather thwarted his expedition, emergency services said on Monday.

    “He wanted to return to Norway to get hold of some documents, and then go back into Sweden, where he has a construction project on the go,” Trond Helge Ronning of rescue group Norske Folkehjelp told AFP.

    “But to avoid the quarantine, he decided to cross the border over the mountains,” said Ronning from Tydal, a village near the border with Sweden.

    In all, it would have been a 40-kilometre (25-mile) journey over difficult terrain, he said.

    But the adventurer, who is in his 50s, ran into bad weather after 25 kilometres of his trek on Saturday.

    A local reindeer breeder rescued him, handing him over to two fishermen at a nearby lake, who looked after him until the rescue services arrived, said Ronning.

    “He was soaked through and he was cold,” as well as being annoyed and unapologetic, said the rescue worker.

    The rescue services took care of him — before handing him over to police for having violated the coronavirus quarantine rules.

    Local police told AFP that the man should have got a negative Covid test to present to the authorities before making the crossing — and then spent 10 days in quarantine in a hotel.

    “That’s valid even for a Norwegian citizen,” said a senior police official in the Trondelag district.

    The man will now have to sit out his hotel quarantine before interviewed by officers.

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