Those without vaccine face years of government victimisation as they impose two tier society.
A source in Whitehall who previously told Vision News how the government had purposefully 'hobbled' every stage of the unlocking roadmap has now said that the relaxing of restrictions only for those who have taken the vaccine is actually designed to target anti vaxxers.
"It is only giving back freedoms that the vaccinated already have" the Whitehall source said,
"but, by definition, if you're favouring one set of people, another is going to suffer, and Boris wants the anti-vaxxers to suffer, taking away their freedom is the easiest way to do that"
He added "Holidays, the huge cost of quarantine, barring from venues.. it's all done to make anti-vaxxers lives to difficult that they'll eventually buckle and accept the vaccine."
Fully-vaccinated Britons will soon be given back their freedoms to live as normal, even if they have come into contact with a coronavirus sufferer, it has been reported. Ministers have been advised by Spi-M who have suggested that proposals to allow those with both jabs to carry on as normal will force many into accepting the vaccine as they see their own lives still effectively under house arrest.
Officials have admitted, not that this is an affront to people's civil liberties and basic human rights, but that the unvaccinated may try to 'game' the system or ignore the rules, telling you all you need to know about the mentality of the Government.
The government's strategy has also seen weeks of the Indian variant being hyped. Every day it claims more infections are being discovered, but as we have seen the link between infections and death has never been made, only the link between testing and cases.
A meeting of the Covid Operations Committee on Monday is expected to see ministers sign off the plan to lift all restrictions on double-jabbed people whilst tightening the movements of those who have refused the experimental drug.
The 'focus' is all about the unvaccinated. Dr Bharat Pankhania, a senior clinical lecturer in communicable diseases at the University of Exeter's medical school, said he thought it was 'perfectly OK' for people who had received two doses of a coronavirus vaccine to be exempt from quarantine measures.