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Demonstrators took to the streets in major Italian cities on Saturday to criticize the government—namely Italian President Sergio Mattarella and Prime Minister Mario Draghi—over new restrictions for the unvaccinated in the country in the form of a “Super Green Pass.”
Under the new guidelines, a negative COVID-19 test will no longer allow citizens to enter indoor venues like bars and restaurants. Draghi has been a vocal critic of those who have refused the jab, saying “most of the problems” the country is experiencing are due to the “fact that there are unvaccinated people.”
He said these individuals are putting a strain on hospitals and are more likely to develop serious forms of the disease. (See “DRAGHI: BANKSTER CONTROL OF ITALIA,” “ITALY: POPULIST MOVEMENT DEAD, PART II” and ”ITALIANS TAKE TO THE STREETS TO RAIL AGAINST WORKPLACE ‘GREENPASS.”)
About 86 percent of Italians over 12 years old have been vaccinated. The country has required all those over 50 years old to be fully vaccinated or face a fine.
Protesters gathered in Rome for a sit-in, according to the website Wanted in RomeEnrico Montesano, an actor, addressed the crowd and told them, “People like us never give up.” 
Luc Montagnier, 89, a virologist who won the Nobel Prize in 2008, attended the rally, saying vaccines “do not protect but facilitate other infections. He said the unvaccinated “will save humanity,” the website reported.
In Milan, protesters listened to a video message from Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò who said, “It is the Lord who saves you, not an experimental serum…Your children will thank you for what you do.”
Wanted in Rome reported that the Italian government has described the so-called Super Green Pass as a “reinforced” version of the earlier one. 
The only difference is that this pass cannot be obtained by someone who is not vaccinated. The pass is expected to take full effect on 1 February. The unvaccinated will still be allowed to enter supermarkets and pharmacies.
TREND FORECAST: As we continue to note, there will be growing anti-vax, anti-establishment, anti-immigration, anti-Eurozone movements spreading throughout Europe. This trend will greatly accelerate as economies decline, civil unrest grows and the refugee crisis worsens.
TRENDPOST: Prime Minister Mario Draghi said “not getting vaccinated is an appeal to die.” Is it? 
Not for young people and those under 60 years of age. As of 21 July according to statista, of the 128,000 virus deaths in Italy over the last year and a half, some 108,000 were 70 years of age and older… and just 315 people under 40 years of age died from the coronavirus. 
And, as with all these statistics, there is no reference as to what, if any, pre-existing chronic conditions those who died from the virus were suffering from. 
We again note these facts that the media, politicians and “health experts” continually ignore to illustrate how all over the world, nations have imposed strict mandates and rules on entire populations despite only a small demographic dying from the virus. 
And there is never a mention nor are their mandates being imposed to address and assist those most vulnerable to COVID 19 and the variants.
Also totally absent in the Presstitutes reporting and the politician’s dictates, are the calls for natural healing…for people to build their immune systems to help fight off disease, infections, viruses, etc.

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