Whilst the UK lifts restrictions, the EU doubles down.
Our fight is far from over.
Last Tuesday, I had the honor of being on ‘Tucker Carlson Tonight’ again. This time, I was invited to speak about what I - and many of you - believe to be the most pivotal fight of our time: the fight for our freedom. In the segment I had the opportunity to sound the alarm on what’s going on here in Europe to a very large, predominantly American audience. This was incredibly important to me for two reasons: as Tucker mentioned, the revolution here in Europe is not televised. The massive protests that take place in Europe barely receive any media coverage at all. And when they do, the mainstream media lies about the number of people that show up. Why? Because they don’t want more people to know what’s actually going on and because they obviously don’t want the resistance to grow.
But as per usual, Tucker does not play by the rules of the MSM. So he opened the segment by showing a compilation of major protests all around Europe and then asked me about what was going on there. I told him that there is a massive movement led by people who know exactly what’s at stake here. The people that are going out on the streets know that they are fighting against something way bigger than ‘just’ restrictions. Which brings me to my second point: From talking to some of the most wonderful American freedom fighters, I’ve come to learn that most Americans have no idea how dire the situation in Europe really is. Obviously, America has very heated debates about vaccine mandates too, but they don’t have a digital vaccine passport in place on a federal level. So whenever I talked about QR-codes that grant us access to everyday life, they always looked at me somewhat vaguely. And that’s exactly the issue here. What most people don’t know is the fact that the system we already have in place here in Europe, is a system that can be used for just about anything, not just your vaxx status. And it will be, because the people who rule us are actually very open about their intentions of doing just that.
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This is all part of a plan called the ‘European Digital Idenity' project. Which basically comes down to every single European citizen having a digital wallet, that contains your medical records, identification information, soon possibly your Central Bank Digital Currencies; and basically anything else there is to know about you. In short: It’s a tracking app. The government, or whoever has access to your information, will know exactly where you are, who you are with and what you spend your money on. What could possibly go wrong there?
Well, a lot. As I said on Tucker Carlson Tonight: “We’re headed towards a new system, a tyrannical regime of mass surveillance and control. Here in Europe, we already have a system in place that reminds us of the early phases of a social credit system. We are literally turning into China”.
And I meant it. Because although in some countries the restrictions are being lifted, what I was afraid of indeed happened: Austria has fallen. Last Thursday, the National Council in Austria (NB: not Australia) passed a law making the Covid vaccines mandatory on a nationwide level; meaning every citizen above the age of 18 will have to pay massive fines up to €15,000 a year, for the ‘crime’ of being unvaccinated. When I say Austria has fallen and Europe is no longer ‘‘part of the Free West”, I’m not saying that to sound dramatic. I deeply believe that once a state no longer honors its citizens' bodily integrity, freedom is a concept of the past. And there is no reason to think this will be limited to just Austria. On the contrary, actually. Germany has announced it also wants to enforce mandatory vaccination on a nationwide level, most likely starting at the end of February. And we all know that if Germany does something, it’s only a matter of time till the rest of the EU follows. On that note, Germany has also announced this week that they will be barring parliamentary members who are unvaccinated from entering the Bundestag. De facto this comes down to an exclusive entry-ban for members from the Alternative für Deutschland party. Unsurprisingly, this is a right-wing opposition party. And let’s not forget that the German head of the office for the protection of the constitution has stated that people who protest against the Covid restrictions are potential ‘‘enemies of the state’’, which is a subject I talked about on Steve Bannon’s War Room and Mark Steyn’s show on GB News recently.
So yes, whilst I also see cracks that are starting to appear in the narrative, and whilst it also pleases me to see that the UK has just lifted all of its Covid restrictions; I think it’s too early to be cheering. Because what do all these countries who ease their restrictions have in common? Exactly, they’re not part of the EU. They won’t have the European Digital Identity project, aka, The European Social Credit like system shoved down their throats under the pretext of public health to begin with. The Brits really should be thanking God - and Nigel Farage - for Brexit, once again.
So what’s next for us? Well, right after I post this I will be travelling to Brussels to join the World Wide Rally for Freedom tomorrow. This protest is said to be the biggest one so far, with people from all over the world joining in their respective countries. And yes, going to protests does matter. We are not alone and the more people wake up to what’s really going on here, the higher our chances are of turning this around. There is still hope. There is always hope.
I hope to see some of you in Brussels tomorrow.
- Eva Vlaardingerbroek