The Legislative Belly by Honoré Daumier.
The introduction of QR codes has nothing to do with healthcare; instead, it is a prize for obedience, and people understand this, said political scientist, philosopher and the leader of the Essence of Time movement Sergey Kurginyan in his original broadcast “The Meaning of the Game” issued on December 12 on YouTube.
Kurginyan urged those who initiated the introduction of QR codes to provide at least one argument instead of shouting. “For example, people after vaccination do not infect others and cannot get infected themselves, and this is why we grant them extra rights in activities with a high chance of infection,” the political scientist gave an example of a possible argument.
“So, are the vaccinated unable to infect or get infected? Is there a single person who says this? Who said this? Fauci? He said something different. The World Health Organization leaders? No. Fergusson? No. Gates? No. No one said this. Then what is this QR code? Is this a prize for obedience? Do you understand that this is clear? And that this insults something that should be off limits. Private life, dignity, and much more,” Kurginyan stressed.
He believes that the fact that the authorities are promoting a measure which is an insult for the population and useless for health can have unpredictable effects. “There is certain line that must not be crossed. Because it can potentially make the situation uncontrollable,” Kurginyan warned.
“It will not give any medical effect. This is not about medicine. This is not about making fewer people get to COVID hospitals,” Kurginyan said. This is why the QR code is not a medical measure, but it is “a prize for obedience” for those who vaccinate, and this is absolutely clear to the public, he concluded.
According to Kurginyan, we should learn how to treat the coronavirus if we want fewer people to get to COVID hospitals.
In November, both blatant supporters of global vaccination for the coronavirus, Dr. Antony Fauci and billionaire Bill Gates, admitted that vaccination for COVID-19 cannot save from getting infected or prevent transmission of the virus.
Source: Rossa Primavera News Agency