Your word, comrade Mauser?

I haven’t written about my “favorite” anti-vaccines for a long time. The state – and I fully support it in this particular case – has declared a real war on them …

And no one desires to fight the state – whether it is right or not, confrontation in the overwhelming majority of cases is doomed to failure.

When a couple of months ago the Prime Minister of Greece announced that there would be no more lockdowns, but let the anti-vaccine beware, very few people took his words seriously. And here, please, new measures … The unvaccinated cannot practically go anywhere.

– So what, – they say, – and we don’t go anywhere. And you can buy groceries, what else? Indeed, there is nothing more. I bought a sausage and lay down at home …

– We do just fine with tests, – one more argument. So it is almost impossible to go anywhere with tests. Well, in a cafe you can still drink coffee in the street. Note that coffee is obtained at the price of almost champagne per cup. If we add the cost of the test, which is valid for only two days, to its “native” price …

But the business, as they say, is the master’s. Pay, gentlemen. Are you used to masks? And you will get used to the tests. Or rather, paying for these tests. The main thing is to avoid aggression.

Because, and this is already a fact, there are cases of unexplained aggression among anti-vaccine and anti-mask agents. The first go to protest rallies with slogans and posters about the violation of constitutional rights. The saddest thing is that there are doctors among them. One of the most disgusting spectacles I have ever seen in my life is a rally of anti-vaccine ambulance drivers. A long line of cars, honking, followed through Athens. Meanwhile, someone was waiting for the arrival of doctors. This is an interesting approach to constitutional rights. However, the doctors were dealt with quickly – private traders were threatened to close their offices, they were fired from state hospitals. Apparently the same case when they listen only to the word “Comrade Mauser”. Alas, it doesn’t work any other way …

In Taiwan, a man entered a store without a mask. The seller asked him to wear a mask. The man left. Returned with a mask. True, in the hands. Threw it in the face of the salesman. Left again. He returned with a knife and … stabbed the seller. Like a bad movie. And one could laugh at the director if it were not for the terrible truth. And in Germany, the buyer was not sold beer, because he was without a mask. And what do you think he went for the mask? Nothing like this. He went home for a revolver, returned and further on the Taiwanese scenario, only with the use of firearms. Apparently, both felt that their constitutional rights were violated by the instruction to wear a mask. And they restored these rights as they saw fit …

In short, since the guys love “hot”, then they should receive in full … And it will be quite fair.

A source M&E

I haven’t written about my “favorite” anti-vaccines for a long time. The state – and I fully support it in this particular case – has declared a real war on them …

And no one desires to fight the state – whether it is right or not, confrontation in the overwhelming majority of cases is doomed to failure.

When a couple of months ago the Prime Minister of Greece announced that there would be no more lockdowns, but let the anti-vaccine beware, very few people took his words seriously. And here, please, new measures … The unvaccinated cannot practically go anywhere.

– So what, – they say, – and we don’t go anywhere. And you can buy groceries, what else? Indeed, there is nothing more. I bought a sausage and lay down at home …

– We do just fine with tests, – one more argument. So it is almost impossible to go anywhere with tests. Well, in a cafe you can still drink coffee in the street. Note that coffee is obtained at the price of almost champagne per cup. If we add the cost of the test, which is valid for only two days, to its “native” price …

But the business, as they say, is the master’s. Pay, gentlemen. Are you used to masks? And you will get used to the tests. Or rather, paying for these tests. The main thing is to avoid aggression.

Because, and this is already a fact, there are cases of unexplained aggression among anti-vaccine and anti-mask agents. The first go to protest rallies with slogans and posters about the violation of constitutional rights. The saddest thing is that there are doctors among them. One of the most disgusting spectacles I have ever seen in my life is a rally of anti-vaccine ambulance drivers. A long line of cars, honking, followed through Athens. Meanwhile, someone was waiting for the arrival of doctors. This is an interesting approach to constitutional rights. However, the doctors were dealt with quickly – private traders were threatened to close their offices, they were fired from state hospitals. Apparently the same case when they listen only to the word “Comrade Mauser”. Alas, it doesn’t work any other way …

In Taiwan, a man entered a store without a mask. The seller asked him to wear a mask. The man left. Returned with a mask. True, in the hands. Threw it in the face of the salesman. Left again. He returned with a knife and … stabbed the seller. Like a bad movie. And one could laugh at the director if it were not for the terrible truth. And in Germany, the buyer was not sold beer, because he was without a mask. And what do you think he went for the mask? Nothing like this. He went home for a revolver, returned and further on the Taiwanese scenario, only with the use of firearms. Apparently, both felt that their constitutional rights were violated by the instruction to wear a mask. And they restored these rights as they saw fit …

In short, since the guys love “hot”, then they should receive in full … And it will be quite fair.

A source M&E





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