QR code ‘scam’ tries to educate people

Scam or Clever?

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    1. Yes, kudos to them. Subversion at its best.
      As long as we obey the rules imposed by those who violently steal our freedom, we will never get our fredom back.

  1. I do hope you saw this: from Germany with love. I am German born, but as much as I despise Australia (where I have lived for over 30 years) and those Australians who are ok with the shamefull Apartheid regime (I live in NSW ) and who shun me with a breathtaking nearly Nazi vulgarity, I will not return to Germany, it is nearly as bad over there as here.

    But this is good :
    PS. My family practice for 20+ years have informed me that their doors will be closed to me as a non corona “vaxxxx-injected”, unless I bring a test result, no older than 24 hours and do not enter the waiting roombut wait outside, on the stree.

    Does anyone here know of a more ethical GP practice. I live on the beach side, 25 km South of Sydney.

    1. OzRita – Unfortunately I can’t help you with the GP quest but I just wanted to say how much I loved that video. That lady speaks very well.

    2. I am so sorry to head your story, but this is what they have
      been doing for 2 years, splitting families, friends, even some
      regular customers of shops, restaurants. I wish you well.

  2. As much as I hate the QR system (which is part of the social credit system) I don’t like fake QR codes. Earlier this year my family was scammed and fake QR codes sends out alarm bells

    1. Thanks for the demo video about the dots. I cannot navigate this site well yet, I saw the message and now I cannot find it any longer…