Ahh, Italy, what’s not to love? The beautiful country is known for so many wonderful things that stir the senses: beautiful mountains, stunning beaches, splendid wines, spectacular food, and now, thanks to out of control authoritarian Covid mandates – massive protests.

Citizens across the country are making their voices heard. People that generally live normal peaceful (albeit not necessarily quiet) lives, citizens who love their cuisine and vino, enjoy large family gatherings, typically greet with a hug over a hand-shake, are stepping out of their comfort zones in an effort to preserve their traditions, their livelihoods, and hold onto their freedom.

The Washington Post reports,

ROME — Thousands of demonstrators marched down Rome’s famous Via Veneto and other streets on Saturday, some smashing their way into a union office and clashing with police as they protested Italy’s new “Green Pass” vaccination requirement for employees to enter their offices.

The certification is mandatory beginning on Oct. 15 and applies to public and private workplaces. Both employees and employers risk fines if they don’t comply. Public sector workers can be suspended if they show up five times without a Green Pass. The pass is already required in Italy to enter museums, theaters, gyms and indoor restaurants, as well as to take long-distance trains and buses or domestic flights.

The passes show that a person has had least one COVID-19 vaccine dose, or recovered from the virus in the last six months, or has tested negative in the last 48 hours.

The streets of Rome are filled with enraged protestors, fighting against health passports:

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Do elected officials live such insulated lives that they didn’t anticipate the pushback against health fascism?

Why are governments determined to segregate the vaxxed and the unvaxxed? Dividing people makes conquering them easier:

Pay close attention America. Their fight may soon be our fight.

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