Stores in Germany now have signs saying "Unvaccinated Not Welcome" and I really think people need to brush up on their history a bit

Dec 8th

Everyone laughs when you compare something to the Nazis, but when it's literally a case of German society being segregated, with hatred being projected toward one group on signs that ban them from stores, I THINK there's a case to go full-blown red alert on this sucker.

Look at this storefront. Notice the sign!

It literally says, "unvaccinated undesired!" or "unvaccinated not welcome!"

The exclamation point lets you know they MEAN it.

Now look at these German storefronts from 80 years ago:

"Jews are prohibited from entering"
"Germans defend yourselves, do not buy from Jews"

And these German signs from the same time (notice the same word for "undesired" is used here as well).

Because these needs to be shouted ad nauseam, there is no evidence that the unvaccinated 1) don't have natural immunity (which is far superior to the limited spike-protein protection provided by the vax), 2) are greater vectors for spreading the disease, or 3) responsible for the natural mutation of the virus.

Yet this is a German grocery store:

Those that want the vax have gotten it, and those that want to gamble with the extremely low chance that they'll die from the 'Rona just want to be left alone.

Which means this segregation isn't about science, or about saving lives, or any other load of garbage.

It's just a case of humanity's fallen nature and our incessant love of dehumanizing those we don't like... and the 20th century PROVES WHERE THIS LEADS.

"Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it" – Spanish-American poet George Santayana

"Want of foresight, unwillingness to act when action would be simple and effective, lack of clear thinking, confusion of counsel until the emergency comes, until self-preservation strikes its jarring gong — these are the features which constitute the endless repetition of history." – Winston Churchill to the House of Commons, 1935


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