LeoHohmann.com predicted months ago [see here, here and here] that forced vaccines would become the norm and that these coercive measures would be initiated by private corporations, not the government.
For insight into what the new globalist administration in Washington has planned for America, all we need to do is look across the ocean and see what Europe’s globalists are already doing.
In a Feb. 18 article, Technocracy News reports on how companies are scheming to make COVID vaccines mandatory in Britain, as the government turns a blind eye.
In fact, this is already happening in America, as Bonnie Jacobson of Brooklyn, NY, discovered. She was fired from her waitressing job at the Red Hook Tavern because she refused to be vaccinated. She wants to have a child and was concerned about reports that the vaccine could have a negative impact on her ability to conceive, reports NBC New York.
WATCH VIDEO — Hypocrite Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg takes ‘antivax’ stance in violation of his own platform’s policy.
No matter the country, all globalist elites share a trifecta of traits — they are sneaky, intrusive and abusive in their lust for power and control over the masses.
Governments want to make the vaccines mandatory, but to get around the laws, not to mention the bad optics of government-forced injections, big government will collude with big business to get the job done, letting business be seen as the “bad guy” that is making people choose between accepting an unproven vaccine and keeping their jobs.
“Big Pharma is orchestrating the largest criminal syndicate in the history of the world as it knowingly supplies experimental drugs without ‘informed consent’ of the patients,” notes Patrick Wood, an expert in global technocracy. “Informed consent is enshrined in law everywhere, including the Nuremberg Code. But with the COVID vaccines, nobody is given the proper information to consent.”
Companies in Britain have been tasking law firms to craft “no jab, no job” contracts that would bar prospective employees from being hired unless they have been vaccinated against the Chinese coronavirus.
While the government has publicly claimed that it has no intentions of requiring domestic vaccine passports, ministers have admitted that private businesses may take up the mantle of imposing it on the British public.
Speaking to the Financial Times, law firms said they have already been contacted by companies, including care homes and multinational corporations, which are looking to draw up contracts that would require employees to be inoculated against the virus.
[Note there is no distinction made that these mRNA vaccines are still considered experimental and that they will not even offer lifelong protection from the virus, offering only 90 to 95 percent protection for up to a year, after which another injection will be required annually for the rest of your life! This doesn’t even meet the legal definition of a vaccine!]
One unnamed attorney told the British newspaper that such requirements could be risky as they might trigger discrimination claims from people who refuse to take the vaccine on religious grounds, pregnant women, or those who have health conditions, such as allergies, which prevent them from taking the jab.
The lawyer did note that in sectors in which employees are surrounded by at-risk people, such as in care homes, so-called “no jab, no job” contracts may ultimately be defensible.
Some of the law firms contacted claimed that businesses have also begun inquiring about how to require that those already employed receive the vaccine.
However, companies seeking to change the contracts of people already employed would need to gain the consent of the worker, a partner at the law firm Lewis Silkin, James Davies, cautioned.
The Confederation of British Industry (CBI) said that there was no justification for businesses to require vaccines for employees, saying that mass testing would be a preferable option.
The chief executive of the human resource firm CIPD, Peter Cheese, said: “The UK government hasn’t made the vaccine compulsory, so neither can employers.”
Mr. Cheese added: “Nor should they be restricting people coming into work based on whether they have had the vaccine.”
On Tuesday, Britain’s vaccine minister Nadhim Zahawi said: “It’s up to businesses what they do, but we don’t yet have the evidence of the effect of vaccines on transmission.”
Zahawi had previously said that such a scheme would be wrong and discriminatory.
On Sunday, Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab said that the use of vaccine passports on a domestic level is being considered by the government in such places as supermarkets.
In January, the anti-Brexit founder of Pimlico Plumbers announced that he would be requiring his employees to be vaccinated, boldly pronouncing “no vaccine, no job”.
Charlie Mullins said that he will make it “standard” in employment contracts that “you’re required to have a vaccine,” saying: “We won’t be employing people in the future unless they’ve got a vaccine.”