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COVID-19 Vaccine Passport Tyranny Becomes Official Law in Ireland


The Irish President signed COVID-19 Vaccine Passports into law this week.

Thus, officially turning Ireland into a two-tiered society.

While this legislation only applies to pubs and restaurants, we know it’s just the beginning.

Without resistance, they’ll transform every aspect of life into a segregated society.

If you’re a test subject, then you get preferential treatment.

If you’re not a test subject, then you get treated as a leper.

This Irish surveillance tracking system video made its way around the internet last year.

And you can expect the COVID-19 Vaccine Passport digital system to resemble this:

It follows the CCP model and other governments will certainly follow the same blueprint.

If Irish citizens don’t stand up to tyranny now, then it will be a downward spiral into the abyss.

Here’s more:

Over the last week, protests against the tyrannical COVID-19 Vaccine Passports have ramped up on the Emerald Isle.

Let’s hope the resistance builds in the immediate future.

Richie Allen reported on the legislation:

Irish President Michael D. Higgins has signed into law controversial legislation on indoor drinking and dining. From Monday, checks of vaccination certificates will be made before seating customers.

Anyone eating at a restaurant or drinking at a pub in Ireland, will only be seated indoors if they can show that they have been double-jabbed or recently returned a negative covid test.

Speaking to RTÉ’s Morning Ireland programme, Alan Grehan, manager of Sprezzatura restaurant in Dublin, said that he believes checking for certification will become second nature for staff. He said that pub and restaurant owners have been very good at following procedures and guidelines.

The Vintner’s Federation (a trade organisation representing pubs in Ireland) is fully behind the use of vaccine certificates. Chief Executive Pádraig Cribben told RTÉ that the guidelines that will allow pubs to reopen on Monday are almost complete.

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