A growing number of people worldwide are sick of masks, mandates and medical apartheid. More are voicing their dissent daily, from businesses in Canada vowing noncompliance with so-called vaccine passports to state employees suing governors in the United States. Church Militant's William Mahoney takes a look at the pushback and the protests.
Anthony Fauci: "We were hoping that we would get both the candidates, both products — Moderna and Pfizer — rolled out by the week of the 20th."
On Sunday, Anthony Fauci discussed rolling out boosters this month. Fauci's discussion comes in the wake of fresh mask mandates and vaccine passports being rolled out in the United Kingdom, Australia and states like New York.
In Victoria, Australia, the premier even threatened the non-vaccinated would be locked out of the economy.
Premier Daniel Andrews: "But yes, there's going to be a vaccinated economy, and you get to participate that — you get to participate in that if you are vaccinated."
But many are fighting back. Oregon's Democrat governor Kate Brown is being sued by police officers and firefighters over her vaccine mandate for state employees. Florida's health department announced a $5,000 fine for businesses, schools and government agencies should they violate state law by forcing Floridians to show proof of vaccination.
Meanwhile, in Canada, businesses in British Columbia are rejecting soon-to-be-implemented vaccine passports, and protests have erupted across the country. Similar protests have been breaking out in Germany, France, Amsterdam and throughout the world, including back home in New York City.
Mattias Desmet recently explained people are rejecting the major ideology underpinning the COVID narrative.
Prof. Mattias Desmet, Ghent University: "They don't want to identify with this biological, reductionist, materialist, transhumanist ideology."
While Marxists are pushing the materialist COVID narrative, more are pushing back, viewing this struggle as primarily spiritual. Fauci, a fallen-away Catholic, was named the 2021 "Humanist of the Year" by the American Humanist Association, whose motto is "Good Without a God."