It can be assumed that a not inconsiderable number of those vaccinated were not vaccinated against SARS-CoV2 out of fear of the virus, but rather out of coercion, social and political pressure and the urge to regain their basic rights. These vaccinated people thus accept risks from the incalculable consequences of side effects. But vaccinated people who continue to hope for their injected freedom of travel should not look forward to early. More “conspiracy theories” come true.
From Max Bergmann
So-called “fully vaccinated” people have so far been able to exercise their constitutionally guaranteed freedom of travel, at least within Europe, through their vaccination. Unvaccinated people were left out or had to prove their health status with a compulsory test. The prerequisite for the “new European freedom to travel” is proof of vaccination with one of the highly controversial and side-effect-rich vaccines against SARS-CoV2, which have only received conditional approval. These conditional market approvals will now expire in the next few weeks.
In extreme cases only valid for 270 days: Austria limits the validity of the certificate
While there are so far no Europe-wide regulations for the validity of vaccinations, restricted Austria on its own which extends the duration of the certificate’s validity to 360 days. Vaccinated persons whose second vaccination was more than 360 days ago have “complete vaccination protection” according to the EU definition, but travel to Austria or the use of 2G locations in the country is no longer permitted. It affects people who have been vaccinated with the Johnson & Johnson vaccine even worse. Their certificates are only recognized for 270 days in the Alpine republic. In Austria it will be on Monday 2G implemented across the board, 3G should only apply – at least temporarily – at work. Accordingly, proof of vaccination or recovery is mandatory for participation in public life in Austria from Monday. This amounts to a compulsory vaccination.
So far no regulation in Germany: Reference to EU guidelines
As of today, there are no similar requirements in Germany, but experience shows that the rulers are exploring all possibilities to bring gene vaccines to men. The German health ministers are currently meeting at a conference in Lindau, Bavaria, despite the lack of studies on booster vaccinations, it is becoming apparent that the booster will most likely be a prerequisite for maintaining the so-called “complete vaccination status”. The Robert Koch Institute stated that digital vaccination certificates are generally valid for one year and then have to be renewed at regular intervals. However, this only affects the document itself and not the proof of “complete vaccination”. At the same time, however, the highest German epidemic authority relativizes that this only applies “if there are no further regulations like in Austria”. One thing is clear: those who are not boosted are the unvaccinated of tomorrow.
Only 180 days: Israel consistently implements booster compulsory
But it is even more difficult: Foreign nationals who enter Israel will be turned away at the border without a “full vaccination” and are not allowed to enter. But “fully vaccinated” in Israel means that a second vaccination is allowed no longer than 180 days lag behind. Only the so-called “booster vaccination” cancels this regulation and grants vaccinated travelers the much desired freedom of travel. So if you thought that one or two syringes with a vaccine, about which no long-term studies are available and whose side effects go far beyond those of the previously known vaccines, was enough, you might have been mistaken. Vaccinated people have taken out a vaccination subscription, the duration of which is unlimited and is a prerequisite for further participation in public and social life.
When do we speak of compulsory vaccination?
It is emphasized again and again that there is no compulsory vaccination and there will not be. Especially in left-wing circles around sympathizers of the parties Die Linke, SPD and Greens is often emphasized: The vaccination was, is and remains absolutely voluntary, there is no compulsory vaccination and is not planned. But every reasonable person should ask himself what is compulsory vaccination and when does one speak of compulsory vaccination, whether “through the back door” or directly and formally? Is it only compulsory to have a vaccination when soldiers and police officers storm the homes of unvaccinated people with violence and the syringe is set at gunpoint? Or is it already compulsory to have a vaccination if life is made as uncomfortable as possible for the unvaccinated in every sense, if the unvaccinated are socially excluded and discriminated and largely excluded from participation in public life (the implementation of the so-called “2G rule”)? Everyone, whether vaccinated or unvaccinated, should think about this and draw their own conclusions. One thing is clear, another conspiracy theory is coming true: The booster compulsion is a bitter reality.
Also read: The de facto mandatory vaccination is also being introduced in the German state of Saxony.