by Fabio Giusepe Carlo Carisio for VT Europe
In Australia, policemen shoot rubber bullets at any demonstrator who protests to claim the right not to be vaccinated, in Thailand those who contest anti-Covid vaccinations because experimental and dangerous risk 5 years in prison, in the USA they were the first to vaccinate minors and soon will also begin with children aged 5 and over (Pfizer has already asked the FDA for authorization), in Italy you can no longer go to work without the Green pass which requires you to be vaccinated or have expensive tampons (free in many other countries ‘Europe) and now in a German state, food market operators can even prevent unvaccinated people from shopping.
Although in the Teutonic nation a head of Pathology has shown the high percentage of correlations between vaccines and premature deaths.
The first federal state in Germany has announced that they have no issue with the idea of supermarkets banning unvaccinated people from shopping there.
Hessen (also known as Hesse), which is home to Frankfurt, said that all retailers, including supermarkets, can now decide for themselves if they wish to implement the “3G” rule, which requires all customers to be vaccinated unless they test negative for Covid-19 or have natural immunity, or a stricter “2G” rule that permits fully vaccinated customers only.
As part of its Covid Healthpass Entry Rule, Hessen is making it as difficult as possible for unvaccinated people to participate and even live in society, based on the new rules. These new policies mean that any retailer is now free to discriminate without facing any consequences, and is actually encouraged to do so.
According to reports, the Hessen government actually issued a ban on unvaccinated stores “at the request of the sector.”
Volker Boffier, one of Hessen’s leaders, said: “We expect this option to be used only on some days, and companies that meet everyday needs will not use it.” The decision was made after a court in Frankfurt ruled in favour of a barbecue store that issued a legal challenge stating that 2G rules cannot be implemented on the premises.
The court ruled that there was “a considerable legal reservation for the exclusion of dealers and similar facilities from the so-called 2G rules.” It will be no surprise to hear that these new 2G rules in Hessen remain extremely controversial and have faced substantial criticism. Many rightfully agree that it completely discriminates against the unvaccinated, which is, in turn, furthering social division and creating a two-tier society.
Implementing these rules just before the Winter months, it could be argued this was done to coerce more of the unvaccinated to get jabbed so that they avoid starving and suffering as the days grow colder.
First published by The Expose UK
Fabio is Director and Editor of Gospa News; a Christian Information Journal.
Fabio Giuseppe Carlo Carisio, born on 24/2/1967 in Borgosesia, started working as a reporter when he was only 19 years old in the alpine area of Valsesia, Piedmont, his birth region in Italy. After studying literature and history at the Catholic University of the Sacred Heart in Milan, he became director of the local newspaper Notizia Oggi Vercelli and specialized in judicial reporting.
For about 15 years he is a correspondent from Northern Italy for the Italian newspapers Libero and Il Giornale, also writing important revelations on the Ustica massacre, a report on Freemasonry and organized crime.
With independent investigations, he collaborates with Carabinieri and Guardia di Finanza in important investigations that conclude with the arrest of Camorra entrepreneurs or corrupt politicians.
In July 2018 he found the counter-information web media Gospa News focused on geopolitics, terrorism, Middle East, and military intelligence.
His articles were published on many international media and website as SouthFront, Reseau International, Sputnik Italia, United Nation Association Westminster, Global Research, Kolozeg and more…
His investigations was quoted also by The Gateway Pundit, Tasnim and others
He worked for many years for the magazine Art & Wine as an art critic and curator.