Wuhan virus hysteria has spiraled entirely out of control.
Citizens are being forced to comply with all kinds of absurd policies.
And one major airline made a chilling coronavirus demand.
The Australia-based airliner Qantas just might be ushering citizens into the frightening brave new world.
The dystopic novels of decades past are slowly coming true.
Qantas recently announced they will be requiring all passengers to have had the COVID-19 vaccine if they want to travel internationally with the company.
CEO Alan Joyce said in an interview:
“For international travelers…we will ask people to have a vaccination before they can get on the aircraft…Whether you need that domestically…we’ll have to see what happens with COVID-19 in the market. But certainly for international visitors coming out and people leaving the country, we think that’s a necessity.”
This is the next phase of coronavirus hysteria.
Corporations will now mandate what governments are unable to do.
Qantas very likely will not be the only airliner to take this troubling step.
“I’m talking to my colleagues in other airlines around the globe, and I think it’s going to be a common thing across the board.”
Forced vaccination hysteria would be significantly worse.
“What we’re looking at is how you can have a vaccination passport – an electronic version of it – that certifies what the vaccine is, is acceptable in the country you are traveling to? There’s a lot of logistics, a lot of technology, that will be needed to put in place to make this happen. But the airlines and the governments are working on this as we speak.”
Companies and governments working together to curtail freedoms is a corporatist nightmare.
Society is inching dangerously close toward that reality.
There have been many recorded instances of passengers being kicked off flights for arbitrary mask violations like removing a mask to eat or drink.
It’s unnerving to think what corporations and governments could do with mandatory vaccines.
Ticketmaster announced they would also require vaccines to attend concerts, but after backlash they “clarified” that only individual promoters could make such demands.
This development raises the question of what other services could be taken away for noncompliance?
The crackdown won’t stop with just international flights.
And the “technology” that Joyce discusses sounds disconcerting to say the least.
Perhaps the most frightening aspect of the pandemic is the information gleaned by nefarious elites and globalists.
They’ve seen just how easy they can instill fear in the populace using a virus with a 99.8% survival rate.
Public safety will be used to justify all sorts of crackdowns on civil liberties across the globe unless people speak out in defiance of these acts.