New Zealand Prime Minister Agrees her COVID-19 Plan Will Create a 2-Tiered Society that Oppresses the Unvaccinated

October 27, 2021 in News, Video by RBN Staff

source:  needtoknownews

New Zealand PM Jacinda Ardern, Youtube
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, when asked if New Zealand’s Covid policies will create a two-tiered society, with non-vaccinated citizens being denied rights, readily agreed with a smile and said, “that is what it is.” When cases of Covid rise, the unvaccinated will face lockdowns and restrictions that the rest of the population can ignore. Two classes of people will follow two very different sets of laws in the same country. PM Ardern has already threatened unvaccinated citizens with being quarantined for at least an extra 14 days in isolation camps if they refuse being tested. Unvaccinated citizens will be faced with much tighter restrictions, being unable to use “close contact” businesses like restaurants, bars and gyms. They will also be prevented from gathering in groups of more than 10 people. New Zealand was on its way to becoming a police state before Covid struck. Jacinda Adern is the daughter of a police officer and the former head of the International Socialist Youth.

Jacinda Ardern said “that is what it is” when asked if New Zealand’s Covid policies will create a two-tiered society, with non-vaccinated citizens enjoying fewer rights than those who have been vaccinated.

A journalist from the New Zealand Herald asked the Prime Minister: “You’ve basically said, and you probably don’t see it like this, but two different classes of people if you’re vaccinated or unvaccinated. If you’re vaccinated you have all these rights.”

In response, the New Zealand Prime Minister smiled and nodded, saying “That is what it is.

The new plans, which she said were designed to boost vaccination rates and public confidence, were outlined at a press conference last Friday.

She said that 90 percent of New Zealanders needed to be fully vaccinated in each region before the whole country can start loosening restrictions.

The new plans, drawn up as a “traffic-light system”, will see those who are fully vaccinated able to move around and use services relatively freely.

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