Ron Paul is a former congressman, presidential candidate and medical doctor. He is also the father of Senator Rand Paul.
He recently wondered if the idea of ‘vaccine passports’ might be enough to make people realize how much of their freedom they have given up.
Paul suggested that this is a clear indication that the government wants people to think that their rights come from government.
Real Clear Politics has a transcript:
RON PAUL: I think the vaccine passports might be the one that, or hopefully, that the people finally wake up. That’s enough. I am not going to put up with a passport identifier in my body. I mean that is a sacrifice — that solidifies the whole concept that our lives belong to the government.
I always said the military draft was a symbol of who owns our bodies and the Internal Revenue Service because they own everything and allow you how to spend it. They own liberty and now you are going to get permission to use a little bit of it.
They are going to divvy it out a little bit. You’ll never get back what you should have. But that is what’s happening.
This is their guide for how to do it. Where you go, what you do, what store you can go in, what baseball game you can go, where you can go to school.
If this is not stopped — it is true, the people who are making these dire predictions about how bad things are going to get. If this continues, it is going to be bad. Right now, there is an effort, there is still an ability for us to speak out, if nothing else, one-on-one, talk to friends…
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Ron Paul makes an excellent point here.
Where does it end after vaccine passports? Hint: It doesn’t.