They already did this with “a few weeks to flatten the curve” last year.
Will people fall for it again?
“A few weeks of the Mark of the Beast to buy or sell”?
A ‘time limit’ of less than a year could be imposed on the vaccine passport scheme to head off a Tory revolt on the issue, the Mail can reveal.
Boris Johnson will give the green light on Monday to the development of a system of ‘vaccine certification’ as he looks to reinvigorate the economy.
Ministers believe the scheme may be essential in reopening venues such as theatres and stadiums which rely on large crowds.
Theaters and stadiums aren’t really the economy that people are worried about. I mean I guess they employ normal people.
But the economy people are worried about are pubs, restaurants, small shops, gyms, health food stores, and the rest of the small business industries.
We’re not trying to do trickle down economics from rock concerts here, Boris.
Of course, all the small businesses are already gone, I’m sure.
But the idea of creating a new ‘Checkpoint Britain’ has led to a fierce cross-party backlash, with 72 MPs yesterday signing a pledge to oppose the ‘divisive and discriminatory’ scheme.
There was also a huge outcry over the plans yesterday, with a litany of critics branding the idea as oppressive.
The policy was even criticised by a Government adviser, with Professor Robert West warning they would give people a false sense of security.
The scale of the opposition presents a potential major problem for Mr Johnson if the plans require primary legislation to enact them.
And last night, a Whitehall source told the Mail ministers would try to win round furious Tory MPs by reassuring them that any new passport scheme would be temporary.
While no decision has been taken on how long any scheme should last, the source said it was likely to be no more than a year.
‘It will be time-limited and I think the duration of the scheme will be measured in months,’ the source said.
Just a few months, I’m sure – then the government will give back all the freedoms.
Boris thinks he’s a funny guy.
No one is laughing at this 666 Satan agenda.
Frankly, the people would be organizing a global resistance to all of this – if it was not for the internet censorship.