COVID-19 tyranny is ramping up around the world, and many still think it’s about a virus.
Europe has witnessed much of the strictest laws purported to combat the spread of COVID-19.
In reality, it’s the formation of a biomedical fascist state disguised as public health.
For the Emerald Isle, medical tyranny is on the precipice of breaking the door down with the latest legislative proposal.
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A new bill would allow the Health Minister to designate “areas of infection” and let the government detain people suspected of having the potential to spread the virus.
In other words, internment camps if the State believes you’re potentially infected with a virus that has a 99.9% survival rate for most age brackets.
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A new bill has been proposed which would give the State the right to detain people suspected of having the potential to spread Covid, and would allow Health Minister Stephen Donnelly to designate locations as “areas of infection.” pic.twitter.com/rfx0n8OGE1
— Ben Scallan 🇮🇪 (@Ben_Scallan) November 25, 2021
IRELAND – A NEW BILL WOULD LET THE STATE DETAIN SUSPECTED POTENTIAL COVID SPREADERS.
— Bernie's Tweets (@BernieSpofforth) November 25, 2021
Part 2 Mattie McGrath on new Legislation to for internment camps pic.twitter.com/twfh7fcYks
— Will Bowden (@WillBowdenSnap) November 25, 2021
Now the Republic of Ireland want a a bill passed to detain people with suspected COVID-19 and also be allowed to enter any premises. Too much control. pic.twitter.com/CIjS5eMxxd
— Brexit Oh yeah (@TheFarm99410868) November 26, 2021
It's just a conspiracy theory.
— WeThePeeple (@WeThePeeple9) November 26, 2021
A new bill has been proposed which would give the State the right to detain people suspected of having the potential to spread Covid, and would allow Health Minister Stephen Donnelly to designate locations as “areas of infection” until June of 2022. These powers were given to the Government in March 2020, during the height of the initial fear and uncertainty surrounding COVID-19. This new bill, which the Government reportedly tried to sidestep pre-legislative scrutiny of, would extend those powers up to June of 2022.
Part 2 of the Health (Amendment) (No. 2) Bill 2021 has been described in a briefing note from the Oireachtas Business Committee, sent around to TDs.
The stated goal of the bill, among other things, is “to provide for powers for certain medical officers of health to order, in certain circumstances, the detention of persons who are suspected to be potential sources of infection with Covid-19 and to provide for enforcement measures in that regard.”
The Bill also adds that it gives the Minister for Health “the power to designate areas as areas of infection of Covid-19 and to provide for related matters.”
Most of the Irish government’s COVID powers were due to expire by February 9th, 2022.
The legislation would extend those powers to potentially June 2022.
A briefing note stated, “The maintenance of the provisions of these Acts will enable us to continue to require the use of the Digital Covid Certificate for entry into indoor hospitality, nightclubs and live entertainment venues, the use of face-coverings and other measures that are currently in place to protect public health.”
Note how this extension of Orwellian powers comes despite Ireland’s obedience into taking the experimental COVID-19 injections.
According to Statista, Ireland has the highest percentage of fully vaccinated adults in the European Economic Area (EEA).
Although 92.6% of adults got fully vaccinated, Ireland still faces a medical dictatorship.
And the ultra-high COVID-19 inoculation rate hasn’t prevented another dramatic surge in daily cases for the Emerald Isle.
On November 20th, Ireland recorded 5,959 daily cases.
That’s the highest number of daily cases for Ireland since January 2021.
Will people finally start listening when the ‘conspiracy theorists’ tell them compliance won’t return your freedoms?
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