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History is repeating itself in Germany.

In today’s society, it’s the COVID-19 unvaccinated deemed unclean to enter facilities and mingle with others.

The State of Hesse will allow supermarkets to ban those who refuse the experimental COVID-19 jabs.

The only exception is showing proof of recovery from previous infection.

It’s a methodical attempt to coerce more people into taking this Big Pharma medical experiment.

The Hessian State Chancellery wants to make life more difficult for unvaccinated individuals.

The State of Hesse lies in central Germany and includes Frankfurt am Main, the country’s financial center.

If you don’t want to be a Big Pharma lab rat, they want you to starve.

It’s medical discrimination & segregation that labels one group as 2nd class citizens.

Of all countries, Germany should know the dangers of labeling certain members of your society as ‘unclean.’

Here’s the latest:

From Bild:

In Hesse, all retailers, including the supermarket, can now decide for themselves whether to implement the 3G rule (vaccinated, tested, recovered) or the 2G rule – so far there have been no access restrictions in supermarkets to give everyone the option of basic services grant.

The Hessian State Chancellery confirms to BILD that the “2G option model” also applies to the food retail sector.

Means: Even supermarkets are now allowed to lock out those who have not been vaccinated and only allow those who have been vaccinated and recovered to buy food. In extreme cases, unvaccinated people would have to see how they can get food, send friends or relatives to go shopping – or get vaccinated at all.

The Local provided additional background:

The 2G rule refers to public places being given the option to allow entry only to vaccinated (geimpft in German) or people who’ve recovered from Covid (genesen). and has so far been allowed in half of Germany’s states for certain public places like bars, restaurants, nightclubs and cinemas.

The government in Hesse said that it had taken the decision to go a step further and allow shops to bar entry to the unvaccinated “at the request of the sector”.

Implementing 2G rules allows shops to drop mask-wearing and social distancing rules.

“We expect that this option will only be used on some days and that businesses which cater to everyday needs will not make use of it,” state leader Volker Bouffier said on Tuesday.

The decision comes after a Frankfurt court ruled in favour of a barbecue utensil store which had launched a legal objection to the fact that it could not implement 2G rules on its premises.

We’ve already seen these Nazi rules implemented in France.

How long before somewhere in America bans the unvaccinated from entering supermarkets?

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