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You've probably seen a handful of people on social media say that vaccine passport systems make them "feel safe."

You know and I know that these systems have nothing to do with health or safety.

Well, some authorities in Canada just
admitted what you and I knew: the aim is to punish the unvaccinated.

The British Columbia Parks and Recreation department says: "Remember, the purpose of the PoV card is to incentivize residents to be vaccinated, not to control the spread of the virus."

Then further: "This is an important shift to keep aware of for your decision-making; the province has shifted from actions that provide a COVID-safe environment to actions that provide discretionary services to the vaccinated."

Patricia Daly, Chief Medical Health Officer for Vancouver Coastal Health, added:

"The vaccine passport requires people to be vaccinated to do certain discretionary activities such as go to restaurants, movies, gyms, not because these places are high risk. We are not actually seeing covid transmission in these settings.

"It really is to create an incentive to improve our vaccination coverage…. The vaccine passport is for non-essential opportunities, and it's really to create an incentive to get higher vaccination rates.”

So even though cities and countries with these systems in place are doing no better than countries that don't, that isn't the point. The point, as I've said all along, is to punish.

Tomorrow on the Tom Woods Show, incidentally, I'm planning to go through the Fifth Circuit's unfavorable analysis of the Biden mandates.

One last thing:

If you missed our webinar this week on Internet privacy, which grows more important all the time, today is the last day it will be available for free viewing, so check it out:

Tom Woods

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