Under the pretext of promoting public health, many countries of the so-called free West have lost their soul. Analyzing the reach of government and the abuses of power in virtually every nation in the West, it can be concluded that the United States really represents the last bastion of freedom.
Here is a summary of the suppression of freedom in important western countries.
Canada is one of the least free countries in the western world. In a way he is the least free. In all spheres of private life, including freedom of expression, Canada drastically restricts citizens’ rights. Canada is one of the few countries in the world that prohibits the unvaccinated from using public transport — plane, train and bus. And no Canadian home can receive more than three visitors — a measure that has prevented families and friends from getting together for Christmas.
Canada is a moral disgrace. But apparently most Canadians are happy to live in a country about to become a dictatorship. They should replace the Canadian flag leaf with a little lamb.
In the summer of 260, many European countries have created the so-called “health passport”. This digital passport, in the form of a QR code, is needed to enter cafes, bars, restaurants and even long-distance transport. The naive deny that the real objective of the European Union has always been a digital identification system for all citizens.
A Netherlands is among the least free countries in the West. From 22 to December 2021 “ until at least” 14 January 2022, Dutch people should stay indoors as much as possible, not receive more than two visitors a day, not be in the company of more than one person outdoors and work from home. In addition, non-essential restaurants, cafes, bars and shops must remain closed.
The Dutch also have the right to protest against these drastic restrictions. A few days ago, an antilockdown protest was banned by the leftist mayor of Amsterdam, Femke Halsema, because “people are not complying with the distancing rules Social”. Yet thousands of people took to the streets. They were greeted with drones, water jets and a lot of police force. The image of a police dog biting a protester’s arm went viral.
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home office will be compulsory for those who can opt for it. French Prime Minister Jean Castex said that “even if we don’t see hospitals full because of the micron, the transmissibility of the variant requires us to take measures”.
The country has required a vaccination passport since last summer. The passport only allows vaccinated people, those who have been tested in the last 22 hours and those who have already had the disease, to enter cafes , restaurants, museums, cinemas and other public spaces.
The use of mask is also mandatory throughout the country for everyone over years, both indoors and on public transport, under penalty of fine. Likewise, the consumption of food and drink on public transport is prohibited — including on long-distance trains. In schools, the use of a mask is mandatory from the age of six, including in the outdoor areas.