France24 reported that the change came abruptly and without notice. "Fully vaccinated" French people who are not yet boosted woke up and noticed that their jab passports had been deactivated, despite several months remaining in the program.
"I don't have the right to do anything anymore, so I'm not even trying," one person is quoted as saying.
It turns out that four million people in France had their COVID injection passports terminated months ahead of the expiration date in order to drive them into the nearest injection center for a mandatory "boost."
"There are too many rules coming out," said an 18-year-old student who woke up one day and noticed that her vaccine passport had expired early for no apparent reason.
"First, it was after six months that we could get a booster. So, I told myself, 'Ok, I have time.' Then it was shortened to three months. It was a mess."
According to the Ministry for Europe and Foreign Affairs website, a booster dose is required "at the latest 4 months following the last dose to extend the mandatory vaccine pass to access activities in France."
This "activity pass," as we earlier reported, is required for everyone 12 years of age and older to do pretty much anything socially in France.
Since June 9, the pass is required to attend events with more than 1,000 people. This includes sports games, cultural events, festivals, fairs, and exhibitions.
Since July 21, all events hosting more than 50 people were lumped into the mix. This includes theaters, cinemas, museums, concert halls, festivals, stadiums, and amusement parks, as well as hospitals, retirement homes, shopping malls, trains, buses, and airplanes.
On August 9, all cafés, bars, and restaurants in France were told that they needed to start checking for the activity pass before letting patrons enter these establishments. Boats and nightclubs were also added to the requirement as well.
Trying to keep up with all the constant changes is simply too much for many French people, including one woman interviewed by France24 who explained that she has simply given up trying.
"It's sad, but that's how it is," the woman is quoted as saying. "I don't have the right to do anything anymore, so I'm not even trying. I hope the passport is suspended soon."
This highly authoritarian social credit score scheme, which is what it really is, has become a plague in Western Europe. And if Westerners, even further west in North America, fail to stand up against it, they, too, can expect this type of tyranny in the not-too-distant future.
"The French people are under attack by the Rothschild cabal and former Rothschild employee, Macron," wrote one commenter at Zero Hedge. "Yet they refuse to wake up and point out the Rothschild culprit. They go out of their way to avoid Rothschild bank branches which are all over Paris."
"France's only hope would be to be overrun by Russia and all mandates terminated, along with their woke leadership," suggested someone else. "Funny how the 'biggest threat to democracy' is probably better to lead a nation than their woke democratic ilk."
Another person wrote that he already voluntarily excluded himself from this sick Western society at large.
"It is an honor for me not to have any desire to be part of their society," he said. "It is all plastic and fake anyway."
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