Republished with permission from MERCOLA.COM
From a growing number of countries in Europe to the U.S. and more, citizens are taking to the streets to protest COVID-19 vaccine mandates and passports. In some areas of the world, violence has erupted, says Kim Iversen of The Hill’s morning show, “Rising.”
It’s obvious that a growing number of people are done with being told what to do, and how they can do it — provided they have a passport proving they’ve been injected with a COVID-19 shot.
Thousands of people are taking to the streets everywhere, sometimes becoming violent, with public officials countering them with heavy-handed responses, such as Slovania, where protestors were met with water cannons.
“Australia is a whole other story,” Iversen says, with protestors being targeted with water cannons and rubber bullets, as well as beatings with rubber batons.
In the U.S., where natural infection isn’t getting much, if any, recognition, the winches for mandates and subsequent passports to prove vaccination status are turning tighter and tighter. Even so, Americans appear to be acquiescing to authority more so than the rest of the world.
Protests are indeed happening in America, but not like in other places — and even then, the U.S. media seem to be ignoring them, and not covering the protests.