Different Rules for Different Fools

The past two years of “pandemic” have made it abundantly clear that there are two sets of rules for different tiers of society. On the one hand are the ordinary peons like you and me, who have to obey the authorities without question. On the other are our rulers up there in the lofty empyrean, who make the rules but do not have to follow them.

In the story below, a German restaurant owner was very precise about applying the rules. The “2G” measures require that restaurant patrons produce proof of vaccination or recovery from COVID-19. The owner’s mistake was to apply that rule to the functionaries who showed up to check on the establishment’s 2G compliance.

Many thanks to Hellequin GB for translating this article from FOCUS Online:

Because the boss of the restaurant wants to check the public order officers, police come to the scene of the 2G control.

This is an unusual Corona check in a restaurant in North Rhine-Westphalia. Public order office employees want to check the 2G measures of the restaurant. But the restaurant manager insists that the city employees also show their vaccination card. Because they are reluctant, the police have to move in a little later.

The restaurant manager of the “Palazzo im Wiedenhof” in Haan in North Rhine-Westphalia is extremely precise about compliance with the 2G rule — and even denies the public order office access to his premises. The four [state] employees wanted to check the restaurant guests’ 2G status, but were reluctant to pull out the vaccination cards themselves.

A little later, the city employees returned with the police to the front of the restaurant, reports RP Online. Two of the public order office employees then also showed their documents. The other two were eventually allowed into the restaurant in this way.

The deputy head of the Haan public order office, Rainer Skroblies, commented on the incident: “It is understandable that the regulation that theoretically non-immunized police or public order office personnel may carry out 2G checks meets at first sight with incomprehension.” The staff, like the employees in the catering industry, are not subject to the 2G, but the 3G rule.

3 thoughts on “Different Rules for Different Fools

  1. The deputy head of the Haan public order office, Rainer Skroblies, commented on the incident: “It is understandable that the regulation that theoretically non-immunized police or public order office personnel may carry out 2G checks meets at first sight with incomprehension.”

    At first sight, second sight, reflections on ones death bed, it has no valid reasonable explanation.

  2. I love this guy. Its simply bootiful.

    Lets extend it to all the poli scum who want to have camera shots in factories etc.

    You cannot enter without proof of vaccination. You cannot walk the floors without proof of vaccination. And best yet, with no proof and your attempt to enter I am calling the police to charge you with trying to enter premises under false pretenses.

    Its pure gold.

  3. How to use their rules against them…Wonderful, now we see the double standard exposed. (Would love to see someone ask to see the passport of Polizei who do random checks on the streets!)
    From the rest of the article on Focus.de:
    The restaurant manager sees the incident with humor. However, since the restaurant has been diligently following the 2G regulation for weeks, the contradiction cannot be overlooked. Theoretically, unvaccinated public order office employees are allowed to enter his restaurant to check vaccinated guests.

    The Cologne lawyer Guido Theißen also refers to the Corona Protection Ordinance. There it is clearly regulated that everyone who enters a restaurant must bring proof of vaccination. The lawyer does not see an exception for law enforcement officers.

    But the head of the public order office, Skroblies, explains: “When the public order office employees go to the catering trade to carry out checks in accordance with the Corona Protection Ordinance, they are” on duty “.” According to the Infection Protection Act and CoronaSchVO, the security authorities (here the regulatory authorities) are entitled to enter the premises at any time in order to control the measures ordered.

    The mayor of Haan, Bettina Warnecke (independent), spoke to the “RP” on the incident. On the one hand, she emphasizes that the public order office employees “legally cleaned everything up”. However, she welcomes the fact that the landlord is taking compliance with the 2G rule so seriously. That’s why she sent a letter back to the restaurateur.

    The restaurant manager gets a lot of encouragement for his campaign on social media. “Everything done right” is what they say there many times. “Equal rights for everyone,” write many users.
    The unanimous opinion is that anyone who wants to control 2G should also have to provide proof of 2G.

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