When conspiracy theories come true: 


“‘Freedom certificate’ is an oxymoron. This was a ‘conspiracy theory’ a few short months ago,” writer and photographer Laura Dodsworth wrote. Journalist Neil Clark branded the article “beyond Orwellian.” The UK’s vaccines minister said in recent days that the government has no plans to introduce vaccine passports. However, many expressed doubts that it would maintain that stance, having previously flip-flopped on a range of Covid-19 related issues including masks and lockdowns.

When conspiracy theories come true: Sunday Times under fire, brands Covid vax passports as ‘freedom certificates’ — Society’s Child — Sott.net

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