Making people’s lives miserable “more effective” than fining people.
Source: Paul Joseph Watson
The French Minister of Health has admitted that vaccine passports are a “disguised” form of mandatory vaccines, despite President Macron claiming vaccine mandates “will not be compulsory.”
Véran said the vax pass “is a disguised form of vaccination obligation, but it’s more effective.”
“Preventing people from going to bars, restaurants, places that receive the public, if they are not vaccinated, is more effective than fining them €100 when caught in the street,” he said.
In other words, making life miserable for the unvaxxed is the best way of forcing them to get vaccinated.
The remarks make a mockery of Emmanuel Macron’s insistence that France would never impose mandatory jabs.
“I have said it, I will repeat it: the vaccine will not be compulsory,” said Macron. “Let us have confidence in our researchers and doctors. We are the land of the Enlightenment and of Pasteur, reason, and science must guide us.”
Meanwhile, the option of providing a negative test result as a part of the Pass Sanitaire scheme will be eliminated in January, meaning only the vaccinated (who can still transmit the virus) will be allowed to enter numerous venues, including cinemas, cafes, bars, and restaurants.
Those who can prove on the spot they are not infected with the virus and therefore cannot spread it will be banned.
“While we have given time, a lot of time, to these French people who had hesitations and doubts, we will strengthen the incentive to vaccination in January,” said French Prime Minister Jean Castex.
“It is not acceptable for the refusal of a few million French people to get vaccinated to put the life of an entire country at risk,” he added.