Posted by Richard Willet - Memes and headline comments by David Icke Posted on 4 December 2021

Germany Announces ‘Lockdown Of The Unvaccinated’ In An Attempt To Force Fake Vaccines On 12 Million People – STAY STRONG PEOPLE

Today has been a very sad day in Germany when to the horror of rational thinking people worldwide, the country has been segregated between vaccinated and unvaccinated after the outgoing German Chancellor, Angela Merkel said that people who aren’t vaccinated will be excluded from nonessential shops, as well as cultural and recreational venues

After a meeting with federal and state leaders, Merkel said: “the measures were necessary in light of concerns that hospitals in Germany could become overloaded with people suffering Covid-19 infections”. Merkel told the reporter in Berlin “the situation in our country is serious” and called the measure an “act of national solidarity”

A Lockdown For The Unvaccinated.

This apparent act of solidarity is quite the opposite as it includes the barring of a whole section of society, the unvaccinated, to culture and leisure nationwide. These will be open only to those who have been vaccinated or recovered,’ Merkel says.  “We want to take further measures in addition to those already taken’.

Although these further measures and within the draft agreement focus on restrictions for the unvaccinated, there are also measures that will affect the vaccinated. For instance, nightclubs are to be closed in “hard-hit” regions and facemasks are to be made compulsory in schools again.

Restrictions and Proposed Measures

Other restrictions are already in force in several regions within Germany, traditional Christmas markets have been axed for all, but the unvaccinated will be the only ones barred from those that are still open. Under the new measures announced today, the unvaccinated will also be barred from the proposed measures below.

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