LifeSite News: Hundreds of thousands of people took to the streets in several hundred locations in France on Saturday afternoon to demonstrate against the government’s intention to set up compulsory COVID-19 “vaccination” and COVID-19 status rules obliging all citizens to show a QR-code sanitary pass every time they go to a large shopping center, a restaurant, a café, a bar, a cinema, a theater, a hospital, cultural and leisure venues receiving more than 50 visitors, or want to use long-distance public transport.
“For you, brethren, have been called to liberty; only do not use liberty as an opportunity for the flesh, but through love serve one another.” Galatians 5:13
The turnout was remarkable, given that on a Saturday in the middle of July, vacations are in full swing and many families are on the road, on their way to their yearly holiday in the country, the mountains, or at the beach.
Chanting “Liberté, Liberté!” from Nice in the far south to Lille way up north in just about all the provincial and departmental capitals all over France – and other towns besides – crowds of people of all social categories rubbed shoulders in full agreement over the iniquity of a law they want to see struck down. Read More