In most countries it is apparently not too difficult to vaccinate the first 50% of the people with the experimental COVID-19 vaccines. Those who are behind the push to vaccinate the entire world have such an influence on humanity that the first half is easy.
After that, it apparently becomes more difficult. From my research, only about two third of the people, roughly, want to be vaccinated. And the final one third is either reluctant, for good reasons, or will give a very clear “NO!” That is the current situation.
The architects of what one could call “the big experiment” have thought of ways to get this group of people over to the other side, and one way is simply “bribing people” to take the jab. No matter how ridiculous this sounds, that is what is happening right now.
The first time I heard about these bribes was the “free doughnut” from Krispy Kreme. “Show your vaccination card, get a free originally glazed doughnut.” Although rather innocent, at first glance, it is of course another example of apartheid 2.0.
If you are not into sweet stuff, you can also get a free Budweiser if you’ve had your jabs. You have to register at the website, but then you will get a discount, meaning the first round is on Budweiser itself.
There are also companies who offer employees financial compensation for getting the shots. “Trader Joe’s is offering its employees two hours of pay per dose when getting the vaccine. The California-based grocery chain said it would also move employees’ schedules in order to ensure they are able to go get vaccinated.”
And then there is the “top of the bill offer,” made in Ohio: “The state of Ohio will award five vaccinated residents $1 million each in an effort to raise vaccination percentages, Ohio Governor Mike DeWine announced Wednesday.”
All of this may help to get quite a number of people to line up for vaccination, but I am sure it will also have a negative side-effect. People will see through these campaigns more and more, wondering why there is so much pressure, so much carrot and stick involved in it.
If there was, for example, a worldwide Ebola outbreak, and a safe and effective vaccine had been developed, nobody would need an incentive to get the shot. People would be fighting to get ahead in the line. The need for incentives makes the whole affair dubious, to say the least.
The number of reports on negative side-effects of the experimental COVID-19 vaccinations is so high, that even the best attempts to censor them cannot stop them. We also know now that the COVID-19 IFR is only 0,15%, and that treatment rather than shots is a good alternative option.
I sincerely hope that all the bribing to get the herd vaccinated is seen for what it is: manipulation to get people to do something that they don’t really need, and that may be very harmful. We have to stop apartheid 2.0 and we have to stop the great reset. Thank you for your time.