New Zealand Prime Minister says COVID mandate is meant to create class system: ‘That is what it is’
by Pierre Boralevi, LifeSite News:
‘Actually, what’s become clear to me is that [vaccine certificates] are not just a tool to drive up vaccines, they’re a tool for confidence.’
WELLINGTON, New Zealand (LifeSiteNews) — New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern admitted that her new COVID restrictions plan will lead to unvaccinated people becoming second-class citizens with fewer freedoms that vaccinated people.
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Ardern made the admission during an interview with the NZ Herald on Friday, discussing the new “traffic light system” of restrictions that will eliminate almost all lockdowns for vaccinated people once the country hits 90% vaccination rates in every region. The new system will impose much tougher restrictions on unvaccinated citizens, while vaccinated people will be able to enjoy more of the freedoms the government took about 18 months ago.
New Zealand has one of the lowest rates of COVID deaths per capita in the world with only 28 deaths and fewer than 6,000 cases since March 2020, in a country of some 5 million people.
When NZ Herald’s deputy political editor, Derek Cheng, commented that this new system appears to be creating two separate classes of citizens and ventured that Ardern probably did not look at it this way, the New Zealand Prime Minister confirmed that this is in fact what the system is meant to do.
“So, you’ve basically said, you probably don’t see it like this, but two different classes of people — if you’re vaccinated or unvaccinated. You have all these rights if you are vaccinated …” Cheng said.
In response to his comment, Ardern nodded and casually replied, “That is what it is, yep.”
NEW – New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, when asked by a reporter if she was creating two classes of people, with the vaccinated receiving special privileges, confirmed, “That is what it is, yep”.pic.twitter.com/4VDULQN7Xd
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Ardern argued that COVID vaccine certificates are not only meant to boost vaccination rates. “Actually, what’s become clear to me is that [vaccine certificates] are not just a tool to drive up vaccines, they’re a tool for confidence,” she said.