New Zealand's prime minister was asked if vaccine regulations are meant to create "two different classes of people" and she happily confirmed that yes, they are
· Oct 26, 2021 ·

If you live in New Zealand and you're not triple-vaxxed or whatever the current going rate is, you have been duly warned:

Under New Zealand's new traffic light system, the highest "red" setting would be enforced if there was a major Covid-19 outbreak. It would mean vaccinated people would be encouraged to work from home but would be allowed to attend gatherings and visit shops, bars and restaurants with relative freedom.

However, during a "red" period, non-vaccinated people can only gather in groups of 10 and cannot go to restaurants, bars, gyms or hairdressers.

When a journalist from the New Zealand Herald suggested that the new system would mean "two different classes of people if you're vaccinated or unvaccinated. If you're vaccinated you have all these rights," Ms Ardern responded: "That is what it is."

Just in case there's any concerns that Ms. Arden's words are being "taken out of context," as the saying goes, here's video:

The reporter even gave her the chance for an out ("you probably don't see it like this") and she still happily agreed that she's spearheading the creation of a two-tiered society!

I don't know if they're even letting people off the island at this point, but if so, it might be a good time for New Zealand residents to pursue real estate in some other part of the world!

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