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Re: Protests against responses to the COVID-19 pandemic
« Reply #3 on: August 14, 2023, 09:44:04 am »

One thing that crossed my son and I today was a conversation we had with a couple from NY originally but had a house in Lahaina!

He said they had a place on Front Street and there was nothing left of his house!

They had no where to go!

I asked him if he saw the winds and he said yes!

They were going westward!

I planted a seed and asked him if the fires were man made!

He got weirded out but his wife said you know there were spouts of Tornados like never before and the clouds were weird!

I said it may sound foreign to you but this was meant to happen!

Why did the houses burn but the trees were left standing?

My son was like mom but that couple left our conversation with a lot of questions!


Does this mean that someone wants the property owners land just like in Florida with Hurricane Ian?

FEMA was knocking on doors to buy your land for cash!

Ding, ding, ding!


How does a Rouge Agency make money 💰- create a disaster   / steal the area blind while people are forcibly evacuated , especially search for guns specifically and then buying up huge Ocean Front Properties for vastly cheaper prices !!!! I have seen that FEMA ships 🛳️ with those kooky octagon shaped dome radar thingies are sometimes seen trailing ( steering ? ) a hurricanes 🌀 path. - Tom


This was just sent from an Oahu friend...

Just reported from a whistleblower:
What you're not hearing from our local government -
I just got out of a meeting where I was informed by someone in the Mayors office about developments that are being kept from the public.  I am not a conspiracy theorist and I don’t want to make trouble but here’s what I’ve heard.
The amount of fatalities is expected to be more than 500 but less than 1000.
Many of the fatalities will be children who were at home because they canceled school.  Parents worked and were not there to evacuate the children.  Kids had no idea they needed to leave and by the time they noticed their homes or apartments were on fire, it was too late. 
The government is worried about how we will react when we learn that the fire department left the fire earlier in the day and claimed it was 100% contained knowing that the winds were expected to be 70mph by the afternoon.  This is against all fire control protocols.  The fire department should not have left the original fire unattended.  They are scared that the public calls for accountability will be more than they can control and protests and riots will occur.
They plan to lock down Lahaina for several months.  It will take months to clean up the hazardous and environmental contamination.  They won’t have enough housing for
All the displaced.
There were 2,000 unaccounted for this morning.  They have a list where they are trying to keep track.  They found 700 today.  But there are still 1300 missing.
They are very worried that the community is going to freak out when they find out how not a single fire truck responded to the fires.  The emergency sirens were not activated (hurricane sirens) and loss of life could have been kept down by better emergency management which utterly failed. 
I’m not trying to make waves or stir up problems but I was so angry and sad when I found out how many children are dead that I knew I had to post this and let everyone know what I have learned. 
It’s time for our officials to stand up, tell the truth, and face the music.  They failed Lāhainā guys.  Our government is full of incompetent nepotism.  The fire chief is the son of the former fire chief.  We need to hold officials accountable for the mistakes they made. 
Please don’t hate the messenger.  I’m just relaying what I learned today.
God bless Maui and Lahaina!  Pray for all the victims.





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Protests against responses to the COVID-19 pandemic
« Reply #1 on: November 24, 2022, 09:12:50 pm »
Protests against responses to the COVID-19 pandemic


Protests against responses to the COVID-19 pandemic
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Protests against responses to the COVID-19 pandemic
Part of the COVID-19 pandemic
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An anti-lockdown protest at Queen's Park in Toronto, Canada, on 25 April 2020
Date 15 March 2020[1] – ongoing
(2 years, 8 months, 1 week and 1 day)
Location Worldwide
Caused by Local struggles or opposition to government responses to the COVID-19 pandemic
Revocation of protective measures against COVID-19 and implementing anti-mask laws; discouragement of vaccine takeup
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Protests, demonstrations and strikes are ongoing around the world against national responses to the COVID-19 pandemic by governmental bodies. Some protest against governmental failure to stem the spread of the virus effectively, while others are driven by the financial hardship resulting from government measures to contain the virus, including restrictions on travel and entertainment, hitting related industries and casual workers hard. Protests continue against restrictions on people's movements, compulsory wearing of face masks, lockdowns, vaccinations and other measures have also been driven by COVID-19 misinformation, conspiracy theories, far-right and other extremist groups and individuals.

This article lists and summarizes such activities in various countries around the world.

1 Background
1.1 Reasons
1.2 Players
1.3 Organisers and methods
2 Africa
2.1 Ivory Coast
2.2 Kenya
2.3 Malawi
2.4 Nigeria
2.5 Rwanda
2.6 South Africa
2.7 Zimbabwe
3 Asia
3.1 China (Mainland)
3.2 Hong Kong
3.3 India
3.4 Indonesia
3.5 Israel
3.6 Iraq
3.7 Kazakhstan
3.8 Lebanon
3.9 Malaysia
3.10 Pakistan
3.11 Philippines
3.12 Thailand
4 Europe
4.1 Austria
4.2 Belgium
4.3 Belarus
4.4 Bosnia and Herzegovina
4.5 Bulgaria
4.6 Czechia
4.7 France
4.7.1 Vaccination obligation, sanitary pass
4.8 Greece
4.9 Georgia
4.10 Germany
4.11 Hungary
4.12 Ireland
4.13 Italy
4.14 Netherlands
4.15 Poland
4.16 Russia
4.17 Serbia
4.18 Slovakia
4.19 Spain
4.20 Sweden
4.21 Ukraine
4.22 United Kingdom
5 North America
5.1 Canada
5.1.1 Alberta
5.2 Cuba
5.3 Mexico
5.4 United States
6 Oceania
6.1 Australia
6.2 French Polynesia
6.3 New Zealand
7 South America
7.1 Argentina
7.2 Brazil
7.2.1 2020
7.2.2 2021
7.3 Chile
7.4 Colombia
7.5 Ecuador
7.6 Paraguay
8 See also
9 References
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The examples and perspective in this section deal primarily with US, Australia and Europe and do not represent a worldwide view of the subject. You may improve this section, discuss the issue on the talk page, or create a new section, as appropriate. (September 2021) (Learn how and when to remove this template message)
See also: COVID-19 lockdowns, Social distancing measures related to the COVID-19 pandemic, Face masks during the COVID-19 pandemic, Mask refusal, COVID-19 misinformation, and COVID-19 vaccine misinformation and hesitancy

Protest against the COVID-19 vaccine in Dublin, Ireland.
In order to prevent the spread of the SARS-CoV2 virus which gave rise to the COVID-19 pandemic from 2019, governments brought in health measures at varying levels of strictness to restrict the movement of people and transmission of the virus. In response to these restrictions, protests have been organised at a number of locations around the world,[2] and strikes have also occurred. Some of the protests have criticised governments for not acting effectively enough in their responses to the pandemic, while others have been opposed to preventative measures and called for their revocation. According to analysis as part of the Global Peace Index, as of July 2021, there had been around 50,000 protests linked to the pandemic worldwide, 5,000 of which were violent.[3] COVID-19 lockdowns have inspired protests in many territories, and from late 2020 deployment of COVID-19 vaccines also inspired protests.[4][5]

The protests have varied in scale, motivations and type, with protesters drawn from a fairly wide range of backgrounds and inspired by a range of reasons. One of the main drivers has been the economic distress brought about by businesses having to close for long periods, leading to widespread unemployment, especially of casual workers in the hospitality industry. Uncertainty about the future and the feeling of lack of control has led to a predilection for believing in conspiracy theories (such as that COVID-19 is a hoax and that governments have deliberately created the crisis), anti-vaxxer beliefs, including that COVID-19 vaccinations and restriction of citizens' movements are part of a government plot to control people, Bill Gates is behind implanting microchips into people via vaccinations.[6][7] The spread of COVID-19 misinformation has been a driving factor in some country's protest movements, with some organisers making money out of the protests.[8]

Elements of far-right groups as well as right-wing politicians have been involved in the protests in some countries: in the US, Donald Trump spread some potentially misleading information,[6] and the Proud Boys, American religious fundamentalists and various militia groups as well as Black Lives Matter of Greater New York, have been active in protests;[9] across Europe, the extreme right has been active;[10] in the UK, far-right hate groups have been involved in spreading misinformation, scapegoating minority groups and trying to organise lockdowns,[11] while former politicians such as Martin Daubney and journalists such as Julia Hartley-Brewer have either supported or joined protests;[12] in Australia, the Proud Boys,[13] the neo-Nazi National Socialist Network[14] and a few politicians have become involved in spreading misinformation and stirring discontent.[15]

Organisers and methods
The Telegram and Instagram apps are popular means for spreading messages about planned protests,[16] and some events are also posted on Facebook.[17]

A German group called Worldwide Demonstration, operated out of the city of Kassel by individuals self-described as “Freie Bürger Kassel” (Free Citizens of Kassel),[16] coordinated a series of 129 events around the world in March 2021, each one dubbed "World Wide Rally for Freedom", using the hashtag "#WewillALLbethere". Misinformation, QAnon beliefs, antisemitism and COVID-19 denial were prevalent in the groups' chats.[18]

Ivory Coast
Protesters destroyed a coronavirus testing centre that was being built in Abidjan, which they said was in a crowded residential area too close to their homes.[19]

The Kenyan government has been accused of extreme measures, with protesters accusing the Kenyan Police of killing at least six people within the first 10 days of the lockdown. Others protested against the forced quarantine of individuals failing to comply with regulations or returning home from abroad, claiming that they had been quarantined for longer than 14 days and made to pay the government for their care.[20] Hundreds protested on 8 May 2020 when the government destroyed 7,000 homes and a market in Kariobangi in an effort to control the virus.[21]

A Malawi high court temporarily barred the government from implementing a 21-day lockdown after it was challenged by the Human Rights Defenders Coalition, after it was argued that more consultation was needed to prevent harm to the poorest and most vulnerable. Small protests had been staged prior to the ruling, in at least three major cities with some protesters stating it was better to contract the virus than die of hunger due to lack of work.[22]

A group of at least twenty coronavirus patients forced their way out of an isolation facility to protest against alleged improper care and the government's actions which they believed to worsen their conditions.[23] Workers at a construction site rioted against lockdown measures that limited their ability to work on constructing an oil refinery for billionaire Aliko Dangote.[24]

Refugees that had been relocated to the country from an overcrowded refugee camp in Libya, protested against the lockdown from the refugee camp in the capital Kigali.[25]

South Africa
Many residents protested against the policy that food parcel aid would only be going to households that earn below R3600, and demanded action from the South African Social Security Agency.[26] Surfers have also protested to be allowed to surf during the lockdown, that allows exercise but not water activities.[27]

Three young, female opposition activists were reported missing following a protest in Harare, Zimbabwe, over COVID-19 lockdown measures on 15 May 2020. They were later treated at a hospital after asserting they had been abducted and sexually abused by suspected state security agents.[28]

China (Mainland)
Small shop owners protested the continuation of rent charges outside of the Grand Ocean Department Store in Wuhan, chanting "Exempt rental for a year, or refund the lease". Videos from the demonstration were posted in the social media platform Sina Weibo but quickly censored.[29] A woman was arrested and facing criminal charges after attempting to rally about 100 people to protest the poor management and overpriced provisions during the lockdown. She was charged with "picking quarrels and provoking trouble", an offense normally used to detain dissidents and social activists.[30]

Hong Kong

Protest against plans to set up designated coronavirus clinics near residential areas in Hong Kong on 15 February 2020
Main article: 2019–20 Hong Kong protests § COVID-19 crisis
Pro-democratic movement's tactics were repurposed to pressure the government to take stronger actions to safeguard Hong Kong's public health in the face of the coronavirus outbreak in Hong Kong. Protesters demanded all travellers coming from China be banned from entering Hong Kong. From 3 to 7 February 2020, hospital staff launched a labour strike with the same goal. The strike was not successful as Carrie Lam rejected a full border closure.[31]

People responded negatively to the government's attempt to set up quarantine and clinical centres in neighbourhoods close to residents and marched to express their discontent or blocked roads to thwart the government's plans across the territory.[citation needed]

See also: Indian migrant workers during the COVID-19 pandemic
After the televised announcement by Prime Minister Narendra Modi that the lockdown was to be extended until at least 3 May, police used batons to disperse protesting migrant workers in Mumbai. Thousands of jobless migrant workers had gathered at railway stations and were demanding to be allowed to break the lockdown to return home.[32] Similar protests were seen in other parts of the country by the workers, and those who claimed that they received no aid which was promised by the government to provide them with during the lockdown period.

In the state of Meghalaya anti mandatory vaccination protesters organised a rally in the capital city Shillong against the alleged mandatory inoculation drive by the state government.[33]

In State of Maharashtra similar anti mandatory mask and anti mandatory mask protest were held.[34]

Several Legal cases were filed in different High Court and Supreme Court of India Against Mandatory Mask and Vaccination.[35][36]

Main article: Indonesia omnibus law protests

Protest in Padang on 7 October 2020
On 5 October 2020, Indonesia has passed a law on job creation that will weaken environmental protections and workers’ rights in an attempt to boost the economy hit hard by the Wuhan pneumonia pandemic.[37] On 6 October, thousands of Indonesians protest in industrial areas around Jakarta including Tangerang and Karawang and on Batam. A three-day national strike was started which unions expected to involve two million workers in protest against the law.[38]

Demonstrations in Bandung and Jakarta were held on 22 July and 24 July respectively in order to protest the extension of the government's "social activities restriction" (PPKM/CARE) measures.[39][40][41][42][43][excessive citations]

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