by Jane Rosenstein and Marie-Noël David-Pichon
On August 14, 2021, the fifth demonstration for liberty and against the sanitary pass took place in France; There were about 200 demonstrations and about 215,000 demonstrators in France who marched for liberty and against the sanitary pass. The sanitary pass Macron proposed and which is in effect is a document that states that a person tested negative for Covid19 or has recovered from the vaccine.
It can be put on mobile telephones or on paper. The document for the non-vaccinated is valid for 72 hours. It is necessary to go to fitness clubs, swimming pools, movies, and museums. restaurants and even to have a cup of coffee on the terrace of a restaurant also take long-distance trains, buses, and airplanes.
“The well being of humanity is always an alibi of tyrants”
The number of demonstrators was less than the previous Saturday when 232,000 demonstrators marched due to it being a holiday weekend of Assomption.
There were 200 demonstrations in France of which 3 were in Paris.
Florian Philipot, leader of the Patriots movement was the leader of one of the demonstrations.
People screamed “Liberty”. “Macron, we do not want your pass” in French.
They want people to have the right to choose whether or not to get vaccinated.
They do not want the health care workers to be forced to get vaccinated or not get paid.
Also, they do not want vaccinations for children.
Both people who were vaccinated and those non-vaccinated marched against the sanitary pass and for the freedom to choose to get vaccinated or not.
At the conclusion of the demonstration leaders mounted the podium;
Florian Philippot said the demonstration was for liberty and against tyranny.
An attorney Maître Fabrice DI Vizio said he will sue the people responsible for the crimes committed with the vaccinations
A health professional spoke against the mandatory vaccinations which will be In effect soon for health professionals. Many who refuse to get the jab will leave their jobs leaving fewer health care professionals to treat the ill.
Jane Rosenstein is a U.S. citizen living in Paris, France. She is a professional translator/interpreter. She is the owner of The International Connection which does international marketing consultation including sales of wine, interpretation, and translation. She enjoys the cultural life that living in Paris offers and has talents in organizing events. She speaks English, French, and Spanish.
She has a B.S. degree in mathematics from University of Pittsburgh and an M.B.A. degree from Georgia State University in Atlanta, GA.
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They are currently rehabilitating and preserving The Odell House in Greenburgh NY where Rochambeau made headquarters and helped the US in our revolution.
odellrochambeau.org I think the fundraising is still going after the state offered a matching grant, of 600,000 ,.. but work has started. Viva la France
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