Of Italy’s population of some 60 million people, some 28 million are 50 years of age or older.
Roberto Speranza, the Italian health minister—a 43 year old little jerk-off that’s been sucking off the public tit since he was a 25 year old kid—announced that all citizens over 50 will be required to get a booster shot so they can produce a “super green pass” at their places of work or face a fine after 1 February.
“We are choosing to restrict as much as possible the group of the unvaccinated because they are the ones who weigh on our health system,” Speanza said.
The latest decree in Italy calls for a €1,500 fine for unvaccinated workers over 50, and—to compound the pain—these workers will also be suspended without pay, The Wall Street Journal reported. 
Like other European countries, unvaccinated Italians cannot enter various places of business and—in Italy’s case—these people cannot enter government buildings.
Italy’s move follows the November prediction from Germany’s new chancellor, Olaf Scholz, that Berlin will embrace a “general vaccine mandate” that will take effect in 2022. Politicians in the country say debate could hold up any general vaccine mandate in the country until May.
TREND FORECAST: The Trends Journal has reported extensively on how governments across the world are cracking down on freedoms in order to get people to take the COVID-19 vaccine. (See “AUSTRIA: ‘NO VAX, NO FREEDOM,’” “THE CHINESE WAY: MANDATORY VAXXING” and “COVID WAR CRACKDOWNS AND PROTESTS.”
As winter sets in, economic conditions will sharply deteriorate, and anti-lockdown protests will escalate. As we have forecast, new anti-tax, anti-vax, anti-lockdown, anti-establishment political parties and social movements will accelerate.
TRENDPOST: There are a number of reasons why so many are hesitant to get the COVID Jab. One is that they were rushed along under a project called “Operation Warp Speed.” 
Another is the fact that the disease with a 99.7 percent recovery rate is entirely survivable by most of the people it infects. And, those who die from the virus, as detailed, some 94 percent are suffering from pre-existing comorbidities and/or the elderly, who are suffering from illnesses.

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