Across the world, citizens are pushing back on vaccine mandates. Not everyone is protesting in the same way,—but from Italy to Rotterdam to the Pacific Palisades in California, people are fighting for their right to decide whether or not they accept a vaccine for the CCP virus that’s been on the market for less than two years.
In Italy, citizens burned vaccinations passports in a show of solidarity for unvaccinated people who’ve made the personal decision not to get the COVID jab.
Vaccinated people in Italy are burning their vaccine passports in solidarity with unvaccinated people.
This is how freedom is won, in unity! 🙌pic.twitter.com/7qKzM3EJmR
— Calvin (@calvinrobinson) August 8, 2021
In Rotterdam last week, riots broke out over proposed vaccine passports and new lockdown measures.
Footage of burning police cars in #Rotterdam last night (not my vid). Seven people were injured and at least 20 arrested. Two people were shot by police. This started as people kicking off about proposed vaccine passports and, as mentioned, a new lockdown. https://t.co/lEvyxnQwO5 pic.twitter.com/ipY3dcZQw4
— Jake Hanrahan (@Jake_Hanrahan) November 20, 2021
In America, as a show of disdain over forced vaccinations, a firefighter wiped his buttocks with a letter from the LA Fire Department telling him he was not in compliance with their authoritarian orders to get the CCP virus jab.
The unidentified Los Angeles firefighter is now under investigation and on paid leave for pulling down his pants and wiping his buttocks with the letter and then leaving it lying on the ground.
Fox News reports – The incident allegedly occurred at Fire Station 69 in Pacific Palisades.
“No matter how our members react, all city employees must abide by the city ordinance — either file for an exemption, get vaccinated, or face termination,” an LAFD spokesperson told the LA Times.
LA Times reports – LAFD spokeswoman Cheryl Getuiza said the incident is alleged to have occurred on Nov. 18. “The department is aware of the seriousness of the allegations and took immediate action upon learning of this incident,” she said, declining to comment on the details.
Getuiza said the firefighter is on paid administrative leave and “will face the consequences of any inappropriate acts.” She did not elaborate specifically on what prompted the leave.