Panic and paranoia about the Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) is apparently still a thing in the South American country of Brazil where politicians have proposed several new bills that aim to fine and imprison the unvaccinated.
Proposed law PL 5555 2020 would make it so that Brazilian citizens could be imprisoned for up to eight years for refusing to roll up their sleeve for an experimental gene therapy injection. The same penalty of between 2-8 years of prison time would also extend to those caught spreading “fake news” about the jabs.
“This is completely insane. This is a nightmare,” said journalist Karina Michelin at a recent Children’s Health Defense (CHD) roundtable event about the bills – watch the video below:
“This is a nightmare.” Under proposed law PL 5555 2020, Brazilian citizens could be imprisoned for 2-8 years for refusing mandatory vaccination.
The same penalty is incurred by anyone who disseminates ‘fake news’ regarding vaccines or their effectiveness. ??? pic.twitter.com/VvJuUnaM3E
— Children’s Health Defense (@ChildrensHD) February 18, 2023
(Related: Last year, Brazilian politicians put their country’s food supply at risk by imposing sanctions against Russia, blocking much-needed fertilizer imports.)
Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva is Brazil’s version of Joe Biden – fake election and all
The bills come as socialist Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, known more commonly as “Lula,” was recently installed as president of Brazil. In case you are unfamiliar with him, Lula is the Brazilian equivalent of fake president Joe Biden, having been installed in a similarly corrupt and fraudulent way.
Lula has made it his top priority to force Brazilians to take covid jabs. He recently revised the country’s welfare regulations to force parents to have their children injected in order to continue receiving government financial aid.
Brazil’s “no jab, no freedom” policies represent everything the “conspiracy theorists” warned us about concerning what would happen if the government was afforded the power to force “medicines” on people as a condition of working and living life.
“It is just like the Jews stepping off the train in Treblinka or Auschwitz,” one commenter wrote about the striking parallels between what the covid fascists are doing today and what the Nazis did during World War II.
“And they were told: ‘Do not worry, just take off your clothes, let us cut your hair, and then you can take a really nice and warm shower …’”
Another said much the same, likening Lula’s words to a concentration camp prison guard or even Adolph Hitler himself:
“If your people will not report to our disintegration chambers willingly …”
Concerning the fertilizer fiasco from last year, another commenter suggested that Brazil’s decision to accept fertilizer shortages from Russia is “a strategic move to suffocate corn production for cattle feed exports to the U.S.”
“The U.S. has always used Brazil as a stopgap trade partnership to plug holes in our grain reserves,” this person explained. “Brazil grows two winning crops of corn per year throughout their beautiful country and commodity traders can usually buy it cheaper when it’s needed during our planting season in the northern hemisphere.”
“With Brazil not growing corn the U.S. is put further in caloric jeopardy. Brazilians will simply reduce their beef intake, export excess beef to Russia and China, and graze their herds until the global conflict is sorted out. And Brazilian folks will eat just fine and still have good fresh coffee to boot.”
“Meanwhile here, we will continue to burn GMO corn for ethanol production, export our food to our enemies, not feed our herds, not finish our pipelines, not support our local small farmers and processors, and eat boxed garbage while watching sportsball and playing Candy Crush.”
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