ER Editor: Macron’s comment has made the rounds on Twitter in the last few days. We remind readers that the figure of 15,000 has been given in relation to healthcare staff who have been suspended (or let go) for having refused the vaccine. We have no idea if this figure is realistic or probably a severe underestimation. 80,000 NHS staff in the UK threatened to walk out over this mandatory vaccine policy, hence its withdrawal. But what to do about these people, who are without a paycheque, is a hot topic, especially as it is crystal clear that the French healthcare system is in severe trouble, not least because of understaffing, that the appalling treatment of non-vaccinated staff is contributing to. Protests are happening already because of this. Macron recently got re-elected under the most dubious of circumstances, so another 5 years of this man is causing consternation.
And we’re going to venture into this territory once more. Having heard rumours of Macron not being Macron, we did a little straightforward Google searching of images of this guy from the beginning of his mandate to the last 1 -2 years. We’re seeing a still young man, albeit older looking, with a different skull structure and skin pigmentation, in addition to some other features. Plastic surgery cannot account for these changes, not that he’s old enough to bother with this in any event. What is going on here? What show is being played out? Who is giving this puppet his ‘vaccinate everything‘ lines, guaranteed to make French sit up and take notice, hopefully to become outraged because France is not a very awake nation generally speaking. The criminal elites get away with a lot here, aka Rothschild Central.
The French language is full of grammatical details, which are taken seriously, especially among the educated. Tout (things) versus Tous (people) isn’t an ‘error’ anybody makes. Not unless there is some messaging going on here.
Europe’s looking more and more like clown world with each passing day.
Some Twitter responses from respectable politicians who value citizen freedom:
Translation: I had alerted you to the mandatory vaccination #COVID19: #Macron takes his subjects for objects, quote, “Vaccinate everything that can be vaccinated.”
If we don’t block it on June 12 the French will be forced to receive additional experimental injections.
Je vous avais alerté sur la vaccination obligatoire #COVID19 : #Macron prend ses sujets pour des objets, je cite : “Vacciner tout ce qui peut être vacciné.”
Si nous ne le bloquons pas le 12 juin les Français seront forcés à recevoir des injections expérimentales supplémentaires. pic.twitter.com/5ni4MMIISw
— N. Dupont-Aignan (@dupontaignan) June 5, 2022
Translation: Macron announces that he wants to “vaccinate everything that can be vaccinated”!
“All that”: we are no more than cattle for them! Come on, let’s get out of this!
Macron annonce vouloir « vacciner tout ce qui peut être vacciné » !
« Tout ce qui » : nous ne sommes plus que du bétail pour eux !
Allez, oust, dégageons tout ça !
— Florian Philippot (@f_philippot) June 4, 2022
French President Macron: “Vaccinate Everything That Can Be Vaccinated”
Robert Kogon of Brownstone Institute
In another sign that the campaign of C-19 vaccination in Europe is far from over, French President Emmanuel Macron suggested last week that the appropriate response to the crisis in France’s overstrained emergency healthcare services is to “vaccinate everything that can be vaccinated.”
“Vaccinate everything that can be vaccinated,” Macron said, “because we avoid the virus. That’s the best response for unburdening the healthcare system and having a healthy population. So, we’re going to continue to work on this aspect.”
Macron’s word choice has attracted particular attention in the French Twittersphere and other online media, since he literally said that it was necessary to vaccinate “every-thing” (tout ce) and not, say, “everyone” (tous ceux) that can be vaccinated. But even if he had chosen to refer to people as people rather than things, the very idea of “having to vaccinate” people clearly denies them agency – to say nothing of any possibility of informed consent.
A clip of Macron’s remarks, which were broadcast on the French news channel BFM TV, is available here. They form part of more wide-ranging remarks, complete video of which does not appear to be available online. (ER: this video extract is no longer available)
But another extract posted on the BFM website appears to show the immediate lead-up to the “vaccinate everything” comment and suggests that Macron was responding to a question, more precisely, about whether reintegrating hospital staff who were suspended for having refused to get vaccinated against Covid-19 might help to address staffing shortages in French emergency rooms.
“Reintegrating unvaccinated healthcare workers is absolutely not an answer to the problem,” Macron says, not only because, according to him, they represent just a “tiny minority,” but also because – “if we’re honest” – the unvaccinated staff have “a dubious relationship to care and to ethics.” The French government made Covid-19 vaccination mandatory for healthcare workers in September 2021.
Macron’s remarks on “vaccinating everything that can be vaccinated” come after European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen’s recent call to “further step up vaccination” throughout the EU and the Commission’s issuing of a detailed strategy for doing so starting in the fall.
Robert Kogon is a pen name for a widely-published financial journalist, a translator, and researcher working in Europe. He writes at edv1694.substack.com.
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