Introduction of DeathVaxx Passport has flipped public sentiment against the Plandemic

Commentary on Graphic by Br. Alexis Bugnolo

In an image of page three of the Italian daily, La Verità, taken from yesterdays edition, and which is now being shared on Twitter, one can see that the poll done by the Unversity of the Sacred Heart, Milan, shows a drastic change in the public view of the so called, “GreenPass”.

Upon its launch, when it was not obligatory, and there was not much disagreement:

  • I think that the use of the GreenPass is an act of social responsibility: 60% agreement
  • I think it is just to restrict access to certain public places for those who do not have the GreenPass: 59% agreement
  • I think the GreenPass is an effective measure for reducing contagion: 56% agreement
  • I think it is just to restrict work places to those who have the GreenPass: 55% agreement

However, now that the GreenPass is obligatory to work everywhere, the responses are much more negative:

  • Now that the GreenPass has been introduced, I feel safer in public places: 54% disagreement
  • The GreenPass is a method for Governmental control of the masses: 55% Agreement
  • The GreenPass strongly violates personal liberty: 51% agree
  • The GreenPass violates personal privacy: 45% do not disagree

The GoldmanSachs bought and paid for Sanitary Dictatorship of Mario Draghi supported by all the Left and Center Parties and much of the Right, and all the TV channels, would have Italians believe that those opposed to the DeathVaxx Passport are a small minority, when it is clear that they are nearly 50% of the population.  This bodes ill for Draghi and means that more repressive measures will guarantee that he will be out of power before Christmas.

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2 thoughts on “Introduction of DeathVaxx Passport has flipped public sentiment against the Plandemic”

  1. Sorry, I did type Bro in front of your name, but the iPad “corrected” me.

    I meant to say, “Thanks so much for this good news, Bro Bugnolo!”

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