“Free Choice” Movement Italy Symbolically Burns “Green Pass”
By Ben Swann
Italy officially rolled out its new Green Pass, and that move sparked protests across Italy. Thousands took to the streets to protest, here in Rome, but also in Milan, Naples and 80 cities across Italy. Those protests included Italians symbolically burning “Green Passes”.
Now that the Green Pass has been instituted, what does it mean for the people of Italy?
Here’s what others had to say:
Debbie Hope Dyer
Good for them, they understand and recognize fascism and are determined to stop it.
Ben Swann you should make your way to Cyprus . Test’s have to be paid for by unvaccinated tax paying citizens every 72 hours, no one can buy food, go out to restaurants/shops/ or even go to a doctor without a 72 “safe pass” for anyone over 12 years old. University students may have to pay for a 72 PCR test to attend lectures & the schools will be requiring a safe pass for children! They hand out €300 fines to citizens for not wearing masks or having safe passes. All the protests fall on deaf ears.
People are the power of the world ,
This needs to be Australia!
European nations are clearly less under the sway of corporate capture
It’s fantastic seeing people pushing back !!!
Most of Europe has had large protests like this.