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French President Emmanuel Macron Wants to “P*ss Off” Unvaccinated Citizens


I want to piss off people who refuse to take the COVID-19 injection.

I’m not following laws, ethics, science, or common sense.

All I want to do is anger people who don’t want to be a Big Pharma lab rat.

That’s the strategy French President Emmanuel Macron has taken to get unvaccinated citizens to give into his authoritarian demands.

Actually, let me rephrase that part. Macron thinks he can denounce his constituents as “non-citizens” if they want bodily autonomy and medical freedom.

Macron thinks unvaccinated citizens shouldn’t even be members of the country. He thinks they’re lower than dirt and not worthy of basic human rights.

In an interview with Le Parisien, Macron made those cocky remarks.

Is this the road Macron wants to follow?

Does he not know his country’s own history?

The French Revolution of 1789 is a prime example of the type of fire you’re playing with Mr. Macron.

But if you want to bathe in your arrogance, then you only have yourself to blame when the streets of Paris descend into chaos.

Is he begging for pissed off citizens to roll out the guillotine?

Because French citizens aren’t the ones I’d purposely attempt to piss off and make their lives an unbearable nightmare.

Unsurprisingly, Macron’s big-headed strategy to wield medical tyranny drew confused responses for its utter stupidity for a president.

Sky News wrote:

French President Emmanuel Macron said he wants to “p*** off” people who have not been vaccinated against COVID-19 – and warned he plans to make life harder for those who refuse to get jabbed.

Speaking to France’s Le Parisien newspaper, he said: “The unvaccinated, I really want to p*** them off. And so, we’re going to continue doing so, until the end. That’s the strategy.”

His remarks have been condemned by his political opponents who said the language used was “unworthy” of the presidential office.

The Local added:

Macron’s verbal attack came as the government seeks to push through parliament legislation that will make vaccination compulsory to enjoy cultural activities, use inter-city train travel or visit to a cafe from January 15.

No longer will it be possible to have a recent test or a recovery from Covid to qualify for the country’s Covid pass.

But the government was incensed when the opposition joined forces on Monday to hold up the passage of the legislation through parliament.

Macron said: “I am not going to put them (the non-vaccinated) in prison, I am not going to forcibly vaccinate them.

“And so, we have to tell them: from January 15th, you will no longer be able to go to the restaurant. You will no longer be able to go for a coffee, you will no longer be able to go to the theatre. You will no longer be able to go to the cinema,” he said.

“When my freedom threatens that of others, I become irresponsible. An irresponsible person is no longer a citizen,” the president said.

Macron’s authoritarian government implemented the COVID-19 Pass system last summer that allowed only vaccinated residents into bars, restaurants, and other venues.

The move sparked widespread protests across France that have continued since summer 2021.

After the latest remarks from Macron, I expect things to intensify in France.


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