„New York New York“ with „Vaxx Vaxx“ only

„New York New York“ with „Vaxx Vaxx“ only

The city that never sleeps has changed a lot because of the Corona Pandemic. Restaurants and landmarks can now only be visited if you have a full vaccination status, masks everywhere you look, and the propaganda machinery of the deadly pandemic runs and runs.

New York City is probably one of the most famous cities in the USA and in the world, not only because of its overwhelming buildings like the Empire State Building or the Brooklyn Bridge. No also landmarks of history like the World Trade Center Memorial or the Statue of Liberty have their home here. 

The Statue of Liberty in the city that is no longer free

It seems almost bizarre that New York has this old lady as a landmark, because the residents of New York City are anything but free if they are not vaccinated. That’s because this major metropolis is governed by rules that would have made any proponent of apartheid proud in the old days.

The two-class society can be found and felt everywhere, when shopping where you can only go topless (without a mask) if you are vaccinated, ice skating only with a mask in Central Park. Eating in restaurants is only possible with Covid vaccination and this is strictly controlled by most restaurants, who is unvaccinated or has forgotten his „buy-me-free“ card (vaccination certificate) must eat outside.

The Brazilian president also had to experience this the other day during his trip to the Big Apple. Nevertheless, the restaurateurs have not lost sight of the fact that they cannot live only from the vaccinated and have therefore also set up small booths with tables on the streets of New York, where you can then also stay as an unvaccinated person.

Broadway shows or museums are also no-go zones for people without vaccinations.

Freedom in New York is now hard to find among citizens who are not vaccinated. 

Pray only with vaccination card

Also frightening is the fact that in New York City, it appears that one may only pray in a place of worship if one has been vaccinated. This was confirmed to me by members of the Jewish community in Central Park, who stood in a long line to show their vaccination cards in order to enter their place of worship. Quite apart from the fact that the United States has enshrined in its Constitution freedom of religion and its operation, no man should be forbidden the right to his prayer in the house of his God, even in the name of health. For some time now, this excuse has no longer worked for all New Yorkers. Because New York has woken up and is beginning to defend itself against the tyranny on its doorstep.

Waiting line in front of the synagogue at Central Park

Some New Yorkers fight back

Protests against the prevailing Covid measures have been taking place in New York for several months and I was able to capture and interview some voices from the New York movement.

Firefighter Sam McArthur, name changed for possible service-connected consequences, has been a firefighter in New York City for 6 years and served 5 years in the U.S. Army.

Vicky Richter (VR) for the Wochenblick: 

What do you think of the vaccination requirements in NYC?

Sam McArthur: 

I personally believe that the vaccination mandate is completely wrong and unethical. To me, it’s a politically motivated mandate. A mayor who has a terrible approval rating is trying to boost it by saying he was the one who got the vaccination numbers up so he can use that to run for governor. First responders worked on the pandemic for over a year. Most of them got sick, including me. I got better and went back to work, as did thousands of others. The majority had the antibodies and left it to our own immune systems to deal with. I am not against the vaccine; I am against the mandate. I myself got vaccinated because a family member had cancer and I had to get vaccinated to see him. If that had not been the case, I probably would not have gotten vaccinated. I believe it is our right as Americans to make our own decisions about our health care. We should not be forced!

VR:

What happens if you don’t get vaccinated as a firefighter?

McArthur:

If you did not get vaccinated or apply for a religious exemption by a certain date, you were placed on unpaid leave. Leave without pay.

VR:

What do you think of the protests against mandatory vaccination?

McArthur:

As an American, I am one hundred percent in favor of the protests against mandatory vaccination. That is our individual right. In this country, protests are allowed for many reasons. As a working middle class person, I thought it was very important that they protested. I was proud of all the people who did that. 

VR: 

Would you join them?

McArthur:

I was not able to participate in the initial protests because I was training to become a certified FDNY chauffeur. If my training had been cancelled, I would have protested for the rights of my brothers and sisters. 

VR:

Would you move to Florida or Texas if the government offered firefighters the same conditions as police officers?

McArthur:

I would definitely move to another state. Especially to a state like Florida or Texas. Especially with the governors and government they have in office. States where they care about the freedoms and rights of American citizens!

VR:

You’re also a veteran and a firefighter in New York City – do you feel betrayed by what’s happened in Afghanistan since President Biden took office?

McArthur:

What happened in Afghanistan was completely unacceptable to me. There was a lack of any planning and no regard for human life. In my personal opinion, the way it was handled was a complete failure and showed how incompetent the (so-called) leaders in our government are. They should all be ashamed of themselves and realize that there is blood on their hands. I believed in and agreed to the withdrawal one hundred percent. The way it was carried out was appalling. The amount of weapons we gave to a known enemy is unacceptable. Also, the poor citizens of Afghanistan who risked their lives to help us were abandoned by our government. Sometimes I think to myself, was my time in the service and my time as a firefighter worth it? So many men and women who risk their lives every day for the people of this country are not appreciated. It is sad the world we live in today. It has become too political and too divided.

Firestation 343 New York City

Heather Berman has been in show business for 40 years. She is an actress, dancer, choreographer, event planner/producer/entertainment curator and corporate spokesperson. She has been organizing demonstrations in New York City for several months.

VR:

Why are you protesting? 

Berman:

I protest against medical orders because I use holistic health methods for my health. Synthetic drugs and injections do not cure health problems. One size does not fit all. I follow God’s laws. Truth is the most important thing. When leaders force those who pay their salary to follow a decree, it is our right to question their conclusions. 

VR:

What’s so different about NYC than other states? 

Berman:

In New York City, political leaders – mayor and governor – are imposing an allopathic model of medicine on all citizens. They unnecessarily scare citizens with 24/7 propaganda everywhere you go, on the radio, on TV, on the subway, etc. If you are not vaccinated, they force businesses and theaters to lock out NY citizens, and threaten businesses with fines if they do not comply. 

VR:

Do you think you are living in a prison or tyranny right now? 

Berman:

This is definitely bullying. I was injured by a tetanus shot 4 1/2 years ago. All the time threats from political leaders to fill my jobs, places of worship, stores, theaters, concert halls, everything in it, transportation that I am using allopathic models masks, PCR tests and injections feels like terrorism to me. I follow holistic health approaches using God’s plants, herbs and natural mind-body-spirit healing. 

VR:

What do you want to change with your protests? 

Berman:

I don’t focus on the actual protest. When I speak at rallies, as I prefer to call them, I point out the outrageous regulations being imposed on my industry and talk about many professionals losing their jobs, but I always bring a sense of hope. With God in the midst, all things are possible. I know this from my many years in the arts, and I know it now. Many of us are already redesigning our lives and building new communities. 

VR:

Have you already achieved some of your goals? 

Berman:

My goals are met every time someone feels empowered or inspired to stand up for themselves and their family. Or when someone researches more about why masks are harmful to their health and sheds their fear. I have achieved goals by standing up for myself and not being afraid to be myself. Artists, dance moms and dads have contacted me all along thanking me for standing up for them and giving voice to so many. It wasn’t a goal, but their thanks spur me on to say more. 

VR:

Do you live in fear that your government might come after you? 

Berman:

I focus on God’s love and protection for me. I also have a guardian angel. I am doing God’s work, so I am wise to listen to my intuition, but I can feel God’s protection. 

VR:

Would you move out of New York City if nothing could be done about this situation? 

Berman:

I will most likely move to a warmer climate anyway.

 VR:

What do you wish for NYC and for your country? 

Berman:

I hope NYC fully wakes up and stands for truth, light and love. I hope all humanity stands up for God, becomes humble, thanks God and realizes that love is the answer.

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