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The Freedom passport requirements for France, currently in force and the extra controls and restrictions starting on Monday.  You can't even have a cafe creme at a bar, even sitting at a table outside in the fresh air without a COVID ausweise.  Non emergency attendance to medical establishments require a pass. The law can also include shopping malls, dependent on the COVID situation and the local government deciding, to require to show your papers to get in.  What France is doing today, and in places like Italy, is what is coming for the UK and elsewhere.  Be prepared. Don't let the bar stewards grind you down.

France’s Covid-19 ‘health pass’: Where it is mandatory and what will change on August 9

Issued on: 02/08/2021 - 11:06

France has made it obligatory to show a passe sanitaire (health pass) – proving that you are vaccinated or have tested negative for Covid-19 – for access to public venues for more than 50 people since July 21. On August 9 the health pass requirement will be extended to a range of new settings, including long-distance transport, restaurants and cafés – even France’s famed outdoor terraces.  

 

The controversial extension of the health pass that will come into force on August 9 has already sparked protests, but the government is determined to press ahead and make the pass a key part of the fight against Covid-19.

Any of the following documents can be used as a health pass in France:

  • Proof of having completed a vaccination programme (two doses of an EU-approved vaccine: Pfizer, Moderna, AstraZeneca or Johnson & Johnson)
  • A negative PCR or antigen test taken within the last 48 hours
  • A Covid-19 recovery certificate that is less than six months old

Anyone who enters an establishment without showing a valid pass can be fined €135 for a first offence.

Where a health pass is required

From July 21: Cultural and leisure venues of more than 50 people

  • Cinemas
  • Libraries
  • Nightclubs, discos and bars with dancing
  • Gaming rooms, casinos
  • Museums
  • Zoos, amusement parks, circuses
  • Swimming pools and sports centres
  • Theatres
  • Concerts and festivals
  • Indoor sports facilities
  • Cruise ships, ferries
  • Hotels, holiday resorts and camping sites with swimming pools, playgrounds or other entertainment facilities

 >> Covid-19 'health pass' comes into force for access to French cultural venues

From August 9 

  • Cafés and restaurants, including outdoor terraces
  • Fairs, trade shows and conferences
  • Care homes and retirement homes
  • Long-distance transport (airplanes, intercity trains, TGV, overnight trains, long-distance buses)
  • Medical establishments (with the exception of emergency rooms)
  • Hotels, holiday resorts and full-service camp sites (with the exception of camp sites that only offer accommodation, lodges and guest rooms)

>> French parliament approves law requiring Covid pass for restaurants, travel starting in August

Access to shopping centres is permitted unless otherwise decreed by local authorities in the event of a regional outbreak. 

The health pass rules will apply to minors age 12 and over starting September 30.

The rules are set to apply until November 15 unless renewed by a parliamentary vote.

 
France has made the Covid-19 health pass obligatory for access to public venues for more than 50 people since July 21. On August 9 the health pass requirement will be extended to a range of new settings. © FRANCE 24

Source: The French government

https://www.france24.com/en/france/20210802-france-s-covid-19-health-pass-where-it-is-mandatory-and-what-will-change-on-august-9

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I know he is a controversial figure, but I was watching a stream with him the other night where he said he is happy that the resistance has brought different cultures and ideologies together. That has to be a positive.

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39 minutes ago, northern star said:

 

I agree. Sometimes repetition is a good thing given the speed the thread moves at, plus it re-enforces the strength of our convictions. Plus the sheer size of the thread - 4million views now - makes it a tour de force.


I get highly suspicious of people coming on here telling people to stop posting info based only on the fact that some of the info is repetative.

That fact that this thread has had 4 million views shows that there is many new people checking out the forum to find out alternative view points, and many will have never came across some of the info on here. 


With that in mind, keep posting is what I say.


That Troll done a good job the other day, getting the thread shut down for several days, surprised the Mods fell for it.

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27 minutes ago, Roscommon said:


I get highly suspicious of people coming on here telling people to stop posting info based only on the fact that some of the info is repetative.

That fact that this thread has had 4 million views shows that there is many new people checking out the forum to find out alternative view points, and many will have never came across some of the info on here. 


With that in mind, keep posting is what I say.


That Troll done a good job the other day, getting the thread shut down for several days, surprised the Mods fell for it.

Out of likes, waiting for a top up.

 

David Icke's excellent videos are in the main repeatative for anyone who has viewed many of them over the years, apart from the very interesting comments on the latest situation, but he has to go over the same ground for newbies. 

 

What I see with this thread, it is a constantly rolling hop on & hop off vehicle of information, catering for long termers, newbies and those who want to dip in and out at any given time.

 

Also I agree 100% with what you say about keep on posting and the Mods falling for a troll.

 

 

 

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57 minutes ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

 

I know he is a controversial figure, but I was watching a stream with him the other night where he said he is happy that the resistance has brought different cultures and ideologies together. That has to be a positive.

 

I believe he's right about the Government backed opinion polls, they are down right lying.

 

I know this is Twitter, but here is an opinion poll of nearly 22,000 people about 

vaccine passports.

 

 

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6 minutes ago, Golden Retriever said:

 

I believe he's right about the Government backed opinion polls, they are down right lying.

 

I know this is Twitter, but here is an opinion poll of nearly 22,000 people about 

vaccine passports.

 

 

 

 

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48 minutes ago, Roscommon said:


I get highly suspicious of people coming on here telling people to stop posting info based only on the fact that some of the info is repetative.

That fact that this thread has had 4 million views shows that there is many new people checking out the forum to find out alternative view points, and many will have never came across some of the info on here. 


With that in mind, keep posting is what I say.


That Troll done a good job the other day, getting the thread shut down for several days, surprised the Mods fell for it.

That wasn’t a troll. He/she was just kicking up stones to see what crawled out. 

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Billionaire Google co-founder Larry Page HAS got New Zealand residency admits PM Jacinda Ardern, (tranny) after huge backlash for allowing his son, 12, to be flown to Auckland from Fiji for medical attention despite closed border

 

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9871009/Billionaire-Google-founder-NZ-resident-admits-government-amid-anger-special-waiver-son.html

 

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Polling is big business. When one wants to make a poll they go to a poll company that collects huge amounts of meta data and collates it in ways that are evident to the question posed.

 

So as with all massive systems, there's many ways to interpret the data to suit certain preferred answers.

 

Also, when those obnoxious kids in suits jump out at you in town or lock eye contact and follow your step until they can berate you with a barrage of questions, it seems there's only a certain type of person that they go for... the seemingly more submissive. I've watched them and they only try to question or manage to question the more submissive and thus more likely to answer, type of person yet this type trends too give similar answers. The more dominant person repels them.

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The first hint of more lockdowns to come for all including the vaccinated.

 

When will people wake up and smell the aroma of bullshit.

 

Today

 

Now the Daily Mail are saying scientists are the good guys, by reporting they don't think

lockdowns are needed this winter, but Boris Johnson does. It's psychological warfare with the MSM

 

"But Boris Johnson has pressed ahead with plans to reintroduce restrictions by authorising contingency plans for 'firebreak lockdowns' should the NHS be overwhelmed cases by the end of the year.

Sources within Whitehall today confirmed the government is prepared for 'local, regional or national' lockdowns in order to protect the health service from being swamped and reaching breaking point with cases.

The i reports the Prime Minister has given the green light to plans for 'firebreak lockdowns' should Covid cases cripple the NHS later this year"

 

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9870649/Boris-Johnson-backs-plans-firebreak-lockdowns-needed-winter-months-NHS-faces-chaos.html

 

 

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1 hour ago, Michael said:

 

Exactly this!

 

They are like kidnappers.

It blows my mind that people accept it.

Even if i would bellieve in the existence of this virus and think its the most deadly desease ever, i would never accept that kind of threatment we are seeing here.

I rather live free than in a prison.

 

There will be no end to these rules, do they not get it???? What is so hard to grasp about that fact?

You can literally say yes, yes, yes i do as you tell me master, i do everything you order me and as thank you for your compliance there will be more rules.

And when you basically completly surrendered, they will kill you.

Thats the bottom line.

 

Common sense tells me: You do not comply or negociate with criminals. Never, ever. You do not one thing they order or demand. Just like kidnappers.

 

 

The masses    they have always been abused

In some places they have not been abused so much is called a golden age

The ordinary peasant (we are just a bit more sophisticated than the rest) is not very impressive....especially the modern corrupted peasants

They go with the flow.  They follow the fashions  they think the same as the rest.  Believe in whatever the others believe because they dont like to be ostracised. Their minds are muddled and changable.  Their nature is competative not cooperative.  Selfish hedonistic materialistic

What good things can you expect from people like this

Ive lost all confidence in the masses

Increasingly i find myself not surprised about their attitudes and behaviour

They will not make the effort to put right something until the last moment

Theres not many that will inconvenience themselves fixing an external problem like govt

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