Israelis rise up against vaccine passports in mass protests | Eastern North Carolina Now | Health Minister on hot mic admits passports to intimidate

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People around the world are outraged at their loss of freedoms. Now Israel's citizens are in the mix with thousands of irate people demonstrating in Tel Aviv and around the country against vaccine passports.

The issue came to a head after Israel's Health Minister was caught on a hot mic admitting the the vaccine passports were about intimidating the unvaxxed to get the jab, not for any medical or scientific reason.  The Health Minister also said that it would take four or more shots to be considered fully vaxxed.

https://www.zerohedge.com/covid-19/watch-israelis-rise-against-vaxx-passports-after-being-told-more-shots-needed-be


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