Is your employer pressuring workers to take an experimental vaccine as a condition of employment? Are you or your dependents being deprived of access to critical services or public spaces? Looking for a way to fight back?
The mass protests and civil disobedience we are observing to vaccine mandates in Europe, and throughout the Caribbean are just the beginning. The ruling elite have underestimated both the scale and the resolve of the resistance.
Do not comply! Refuse to participate in any health passport system put in place. Stand up and speak out against medical apartheid. Don't quit your job. Force them to fire you. Demand that they provide notice of termination in writing. Don't just avoid places that are banning the unvaccinated. Show up and make a scene. Don't make this easy for them.
Join forces with others. You are not alone in this. Even among those who chose to take the vaccines themselves you will find many who will fight to defend medical freedom. By taking a stand early on you might be the one who gives others around you the courage to resist as well.
In France the staff of entire hospitals have gone on strike to protest vaccine mandates, and multiple trade unions (including the national firefighters union) have declared that they are on strike indefinitely until the law is changed.
Due to social media censorship organizing online is tricky. Moving group communications to the Telegram app is the easiest way to bypass these restrictions. Groups can be built both for regions and interest groups (such as front line workers). The effects of this strategy can be amplified by reaching out to thought leaders who are sympathetic to the cause.
Play hardball. Civil disobedience can take many forms. For example in France some protesters have responded to vaccine mandates at grocery stores by forcing their way inside as a group. Others have blockaded stores to prevent the business from operating. The most effective actions make life difficult for those attempting to impose these measures and hits them where it hurts the most.
Reach out to law enforcement and military. Show them the evidence. Make the moral imperative clear. At every opportunity a concerted effort should be made to turn enforcers to our side.
International Covenant of Civil and Political Rights Signatories
Citizens and residents of the 173 countries listed below can reference The International Covenant of Civil and Political Rights when confronting medical mandates and violations of informed consent.
Antigua and Barbuda
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Central African Republic
Congo, Democratic Republic of the
Papua New Guinea
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
São Tomé and Príncipe
Trinidad and Tobago