The following news video from Switzerland reports on a restaurant owner who is refusing to enforce the government’s edict requiring vaccine passports for indoor dining.
The news outlet 20 Minuten interviewed passers-by to ask their opinion about the issue, and all of those excerpted in the report opposed the actions of the restauranteur and supported the vax passport policy. There’s no way to tell, of course, whether these compliant drones are representative of all the people who were interviewed.
It’s also worth noting the response of a man who said: “Showing a certificate is not a big deal. You also have to show a ticket when you take a train.”
When you hand over your ticket on the train, it doesn’t certify that you have allowed yourself to be stuck with a needle that injected an experimental mRNA medical treatment into your body.
That’s a false equivalence.
|00:01||This restaurant owner refuses to enforce the certificate requirement.|
|00:05||Owner Patrik Aufdenblatten doesn’t want to police his guests.|
|00:10||In the Wallierkanne everyone is served, even without a certificate.|
|00:18||In regard to these certificates, there are several reasons.|
|00:23||First of all, it’s unlawful in my opinion.|
|00:27||The law wants to dictate to us the entire time, it shouldn’t be able to do that.|
|00:31||We don’t discriminate in our restaurant. This certificate is dividing society|
|00:36||into those who are vaccinated, and those who aren’t. Besides that,|
|00:39||I don’t even have the right to ask about a person’s health.|
|00:43||He sees a discrepancy in the measures.|
|00:47||Today we had four older guests and I know one of them was unvaccinated.|
|00:55||Should I say to them, “I’m sorry, I won’t serve you.|
|01:01||You aren’t allowed in.”?|
|01:05||So then when they have lunch together at their place, something doesn’t add up for me.|
|01:12||Everyone should be able to decided for themselves whether they want it [the vaccine] or not,|
|01:15||There shouldn’t be pressure, in my opinion. That won’t take you where you want to go.|
|01:22||The fines for restaurant owners like Mr. Aufdenblatten can reach 10,000 francs. [$10,925]|
|01:27||It’s a high price to pay, definitely, but I can’t always say, “yes and amen”|
|01:36||and do what is demanded of me. —What do people think?|
|01:45||I don’t think it’s right, because when the law requires|
|01:49||Covid certificates, then it should apply to all.|
|01:53||Not this restaurant requires it and this restaurant doesn’t. —That’s the rule and it should be|
|01:57||like that for everyone. We’re very lucky here in Switzerland that at outside tables, no one is|
|02:02||required to show a certificate. Those who aren’t vaccinated can still have a coffee or a nice|
|02:07||something else outside. However, inside it should be the same everywhere.|
|02:12||I think it’s out of line when people go out to eat|
|02:21||and don’t have to show a certificate.|
|02:29||Showing a certificate is not a big deal. You also have to show a ticket when you take a train.