US: Nationwide Strikes Over Vaccine Mandates

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nationwide strike against vaccine mandates will take place from Nov. 8 to Nov. 11, according to the main organizer for the walkout, Leigh Dundas, a human rights attorney and public speaker. The event will kick off in Los Angeles on Monday. The locations of the marches have not yet been disclosed. The walkouts involve people from various industries such as trucking and telecom. Air and rail transport workers are not federally allowed to go on strike due to a law passed in 1926 named the Railway Labor Act, but some plan to protest anonymously.

“The Golden Gate Bridge Rally is going to be an epic and unprecedented moment in time. It will mark—on Veterans’ Day evening—a 4-day Nationwide walkout, by rank and file workers everywhere, from blue-collar to white-collar, black, white, yellow, red, every faith, every creed, who are uniquely united despite their differences on one common truth: that vaccine mandates have no place in a truly free society,” Dundas told The Epoch Times.

“Every group: anti-vaccine, BLM, gay, straight, Jewish, Muslim, Native American, Asian, Latino, Christian, atheist—all groups—are coming together for this one historic moment in time—to trumpet not just to our own government, but indeed to the watching eyes of the world, that vaccine mandates will no longer be tolerated. That in this country, WE are the government, because our founding fathers knew this truth: a truly free nation is a nation of the people, by the people, and for the people. That we are the leaders we have been waiting for. And that today marks the day that we retire vaccine mandates as a concept that cannot live in a free society, and that we are, indeed, simply that: a free society.”

SOURCE: THE EPOCH TIMES

More and more EU parliamentarian warn about vaccination and fight for personal freedom

Christine Andersson with positions within several EU committees says EU citizens should not be subject to the ongoing covid vaccinations. She said in a previous statement that people can no longer take their freedoms for granted without everyone now having to fight to keep them. She also said governments use the crisis to oppress their citizens. The oppression must no longer be tolerated.

Romanian MEP Cristian Terheș speaking at the European Parliament on current situation

Romanian MEP Cristian Terheș speaking at the European Parliament on the missing transparency of the contracts that have been made worldwide between the governments and big pharma. He also states that, “The difference between tyranny and democracy is very simple: When government knows everything about you, that’s tyranny, when you know everything about the government, that’s democracy”.

Master or Slave

maskIf you continue to wear the face nappy after it is no longer required by law then the dark masters take this as giving them permission to rule you. You are effectively agreeing to be a slave. Doesn’t matter what you think or believe, this is what THEY believe. This is why the decision is no longer a mandate but has been given to you as a personal choice. Everything before the mandate is dropped was a preliminary exercise for them. Once this is no longer mandated you enter into this psychic and spiritual agreement whether you realise it or not. The only setting where this would not be the case is in a medical one as there the mask can be seen as uniform. Outside of a medical setting you are making your choice. Master or slave. This is nothing to do with a germ. Never was. This was always about freedom or your willing participation in the creation of a slave race. Choicepoint is now.

SOURCE: Magenta Pixie on telegram

UK to lift all Covid-19 restrictions

The British government has lifted all pandemic restrictions in England – including rules on mask-wearing and social distancing – despite scientists’ warnings that the move will further drive an already surging pandemic and risk creating new variants.

The curbs were lifted at midnight (23:00 GMT) on Sunday as laws mandating face masks and working from home were scrapped. The lifting of the rules means nightclubs were also able to reopen for the first time since the UK first went into lockdown in March last year. Other indoor venues such as theatres and cinemas will also be able to operate at full capacity.