Shining-one Posted May 19, 2021 Share Posted May 19, 2021 Yes, just heard that Medvedev is finalising a legal rule to allow forced vaccines, in the interest of the State. That is obviously a fundamental shift. It's unlikely that would happen here but I suppose some E.U. countries could follow Russia. This crisis so far has plenty of copycat elements. Not yet sure whether Russia's plan will simply link employment to the vaccine or use that kind of coercion. At the moment I'm in contact with a Russian female from Irkuts who's anti-vax so will ask her. So far my opposition to this has been academic and based on principle. Should there be an attempt to force vaccine, my opposition would become far more militant. And to be honest I always base my groundwork on a worst case scenario. What happened in Poland in 1939 could certainly happen again. Many people were left taken by surprise when it happened. 2 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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