A second holocaust is brewing thanks to the Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) crisis, and ground zero for it, ironically enough, is Israel.
There, citizens are being told that in order to participate in the “new normal,” they must be vaccinated with experimental gene therapy injections that the government says are necessary to stymie the spread of the Chinese virus.
Part of the Israeli government’s “Operation Back to Life” scheme, which is similar in name to Donald Trump’s “Operation Warp Speed,” involves issuing a “Green Pass” to every citizen who agrees to get jabbed. This will allow “approved” citizens to once again go to the gym, visit the theater, stay in a hotel, go to a restaurant, and attend school.
Israeli citizens who refuse the injections will not be allowed to participate in normal life, which sounds awfully congruent with the Biblical description of the Mark of the Beast, which will be necessary to buy and sell in the new world order.
“It’s very intense over here in Israel,” says on-the-ground activist Ilana Rachel Daniel. “I don’t know how much you see. It’s terrible. It’s a very, very, very frightening situation.”
In a previous article, we warned, based on Daniel’s testimony, that the situation is extremely dire for Israelis who choose to forgo getting stabbed for Chinese germs.
“They’re making this green passport where half the population cannot get into theaters or malls or all sorts of things unless you have taken the vaccination. They are creating a medical apartheid.”
Last week, Israeli Health Minister Yuli Edelstein announced at a briefing that getting vaccinated for the Wuhan flu “is the first stop back to an almost normal life.” Israelis will presumably still need to wear a mask and social distance, even if they have already been vaccinated.
At least they will still be allowed out of their house to shop and live, though, which is how the Israeli government is luring the nation’s residents to comply. Who wants to be ostracized and told that they cannot do what everyone else is doing?
Students in grades 7-10 will also be allowed to return to in-class learning, however this will only be allowed in jurisdictions where at least 70 percent of the population over age 50 has been vaccinated. In other words, the old are being pitted against the young, and vice versa.
As for colleges and universities, students there will only be allowed to attend in-person classes if they hold a Green Pass – meaning only the vaccinated are allowed to receive higher education in Israel as of now.
Green Pass holders are also allowed to eat indoors at restaurants, while non-Green Pass holders are being forced to dine outdoors. Violators of the government order will be subject to a fine of 5,000 New Israeli Shekels (NIS), which is the equivalent of about $1,500 USD.
High school students in Israel who were already partially through a term that got put on hold due to the Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) will also need to be vaccinated in order to finish and take their exams. These exams are necessary for admission into university as well Israel’s compulsory military service – meaning virtually all young people in Israel will need to be vaccinated unless they want to be homeless and in violation of the law.
The Green Pass is linked to a government-run website that issues scannable QR codes to the compliant, allowing them to upload these codes to their personal smartphone devices. The Green Pass must be presented at the door of an establishment, much like a travel passport, in order to enter.
“Those holding vaccination or recovery certificates will be able to exit Israel freely,” a government statement explains about international travel.
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