UK Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab was on LBC radio this morning. The presenter Tom Swarbrick asked him about domestic vaccine passports. They’d been discussing vaccine passports for tourists. Swarbrick said “So domestically it won’t be needed will it…showing a passport to get into a supermarket or something like that?”
Raab replied: “Well it’s something that hasn’t been ruled out and it’s under consideration, but of course you’ve got to make it workable. You’ve got to know that the document you’ve been presented with is reliable….we’ll look at all the options.” You got that? Raab isn’t horrified at the prospect of insisting that someone is vaccinated before being allowed into a shop. He’s more concerned as to whether the technology is there yet.
Of course they haven’t ruled it out. I told you that Vaccine Minister Nadhim Zahawi was lying through his teeth when he said that the UK “wasn’t the type of country” to impose such tyranny on its citizens. This was always going to come to pass. If it continues to go unchecked, guys like me will never see the inside of a shop, a pub, a restaurant, a cinema, a concert or a football match again.
It will not matter that there’s nothing wrong with me, that I don’t have a runny nose, a temperature or a cough. I won’t have had the mark of the beast you see and if your name’s not on the door, you ain’t getting in.