• ross1948 08:38 on February 19, 2021 Permalink Reply
    Tags: , Jakarta Vaccination, Rp.5 million fines, Sinovac vaccine,   

    Chinese Virus – Jakarta Refuseniks Face Punitive Fines!

    Here in Jakarta, anyone who refuses the Chinese Virus vaccine faces a punitive fine!

    I use the words ‘Chinese Virus vaccine’ with deliberate double-entendre, for not only does the deadly plague ravaging Indonesia (35,000 dead by tonight, I fear) emanate from Red China…

    Chinese Virus Cover-Up – Xi’s Red Gestapo Stomps Wildly 

    Spot the difference…if you can!

    Today’s Question – Is Beijing Better At Hiding Virus Data Or Gulag Gang-Rape? 


    …but so does the vaccine!

    CNA reports that resistance could cost up to Rp. 5 million (US$356.89)  – which may not seem a lot to Western readers, but to many, if not most Jakartans, is a helluva lot.

    Exactly how levying such draconian financial penalties on people mired in poverty…



    …will work out in practice is problematic to ponder.

    If they have no money to pay, will they be incarcerated?

    Unlikely, since, due to the Chinese Virus nightmare, there has been a determined, and often ill-starred….

    Machetes? Swords? Another ‘Virus Amnesty’ Thug! 


    …drive to keep the jail population down.

    Unlike UK Pravda, which wages a one-sided propaganda war – 

    …a typical example appeared this very Jakarta morning, Marianna Spring ( UKP aka BBC World News’ ‘disinformation’ hackette ) snarling in her typical supercilious manner against anti-vax activists…

    – I have an open mind on the vaccination issue.

    I know several good doctors here and respect any advice they may offer.


    Why should we trust WHO?

    We know that WHO quivers and cowers before the source of the Chinese Virus….

    Even BBC Exposes WHO’s Absurd Outing In Red China

    …and has done nothing to rid itself of Red Tedros or his Canadian cur underling, Aylward.

    Bruce Aylward
    A senior official with the World Health Organization faked internet connection issues and then abruptly ended an interview when confronted over the WHO’s position on Taiwan

    So, here on this rainy morning in Indonesia, I am content to leave it to those elected to handle such problems…

    Deputy Jakarta governor Ahmad Riza Patria said city authorities were merely following rules and such sanctions were a last resort in Jakarta, which accounts for about a quarter of the archipelago nation’s more than 1.2 million coronavirus infections




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