Dr. Ron Paul served in the Air Force and was the U.S. Representative for Texas’s 22nd congressional district from 1976-1977 and from 1979-1985, and for Texas’s 14th congressional district from 1997-2013. He ran for the presidency three times.
written by Ron Paul
“The incredible cruelty and folly of forced vaccines finally came home to roost. The vaccine mandate backlash has been bubbling just under the surface, but now it has spilled out into the open, threatening to completely derail an already crumbling economy and to obliterate a deeply unpopular US President and Administration.
Seemingly out of nowhere what appears to be a Southwest Airlines rebellion has taken flight this weekend. According to media reports, scores of pilots and other Southwest employees have coordinated the taking of ‘sick days’ to use them up in advance of a Southwest Airlines mandate to get the jab or lose the job. Over Saturday and Sunday more than 2,000 flights have been cancelled, with airports experiencing full-on mayhem.
The Southwest Airlines Pilots Association is suing the airline over the imposed vaccine mandate, bolstering the claim that there is a ‘sick out’ underway among angry Southwest pilots.
The mainstream media is doing its best to keep a lid on the expanding rebellion against the vaccine mandates, and Southwest Airlines itself is blaming the cancellations on bad weather and a lack of air traffic controllers. However, the weather problems that Southwest claims to be experiencing seem unique to that carrier: no other airline (thus far) is reporting such weather-related cancellations. And FAA spokesperson Steve Kulm told USA Today that ‘No FAA air traffic staffing shortages have been reported since Friday.’
Will other pilots, such as at American Airlines, follow suit? Rumors are circling that this is only the beginning.”
Airline Pilot Hero
Heroes are showing up in many walks of life — including athletes, musicians, pilots, healthcare workers, teachers, military, doctors, and scientists to combat the COVID mandates and defend personal freedom.
“Southwest airlines canceled nearly 2,000 flights over the weekend – blaming the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and inclement weather. Oddly, no other major airlines had the same issues, while rumors swirled that airline employees had staged coordinated walk-outs (which their unions deny).”
This pilot’s call to action for all of us is really inspiring!
The article adds:
“Former US Senator Dr. Ron Paul may be on to something in a Monday op-ed via the Ron Paul Institute, when he calls it a rebellion (emphasis ours). The incredible cruelty and folly of forced vaccines finally came home to roost. The vaccine mandate backlash has been bubbling just under the surface, but now it has spilled out into the open, threatening to completely derail an already crumbling economy and to obliterate a deeply unpopular US President and Administration.”
Southwest Airlines Backs Down
October 12, 2021
The CEO of Southwest Airlines is fighting back against Joe Biden, his administration and their vaccine mandates. The CEO, Gary Kelly, spoke to George Stephanopoulos on ABC News on Tuesday when he said no one was going to be fired for not being vaccinated. “We are not going to fire any employees over this,” he said.
“This is a government mandate, it’s a presidential order, and we’re doing our best to comply with that according to the deadlines that have been set,” the CEO said, but he did say that the mandate was “very controversial….“I’ve never been in favor of corporations imposing that kind of a mandate, I’m not in favor of that, never have been,” he said on CNBC. “But the executive order from President Biden mandates that all federal employees and then all federal contractors, which covers all major airlines, have to have a vaccine mandate in place by December 8. So we’re working through that.”
Basketball Hero: Kyrie Irving
September 27, 2021
“A vaccination controversy in the NBA involves one of the league’s biggest stars and New York City’s regulations. This all comes as the new season is just around the corner, starting with Monday’s Media Day. Brooklyn Nets star Kyrie Irving’s vaccination status is officially unconfirmed, but while every Nets player was in Brooklyn at the Media Day, Kyrie was noticeably absent – at least in person.
The NBA says they are 90% vaccinated, though they haven’t mandated vaccines. Instead, they’ve left it up to each city’s laws. By law, Irving wouldn’t be able to participate in any home games unless he gets vaccinated. He faced multiple questions about the vaccine, and dodged every one. “I would like to keep all that private. Please, please just respect my privacy,” Irving said. Irving was even asked why he wouldn’t want to clear up the confusion around his stance on vaccines. “Please respect my privacy. Next question,” he said….Nobody on the Nets averaged more points per game than Kyrie Irving, and according to Las Vegas, they’re the favorites to win the NBA title this season. If he doesn’t get vaccinated, he won’t be able to play in any of the team’s home games.”
Football Hero: Cole Beasely
COLE BEASLEY NAMED THE HIGHWIRE HERO (Video) on June 24, 2021. Buffalo Bills Wide Receiver Cole Beasley laid the gauntlet this week, when challenged the NFL’s discrimation of players choosing not to get the experimental Covid vaccine.
US Military Heroes
Washington Post October 10, 2021
Hundreds of thousands of U.S. service members remain unvaccinated or only partially vaccinated against the coronavirus as the Pentagon’s first compliance deadlines near, with lopsided rates across the individual services and a spike in deaths among military reservists illustrating how political division over the shots has seeped into a nonpartisan force with unambiguous orders….
For instance, 90 percent of the active-duty Navy is fully vaccinated, whereas just 72 percent of the Marine Corps is, the data shows, even though both services share a Nov. 28 deadline. In the Air Force, more than 60,000 personnel have just three weeks to meet the Defense Department’s most ambitious deadline…. They point specifically to the reserves and National Guard, which over the past two years have been called upon in numerous emergencies — at home and overseas — and yet large numbers of their personnel have so far refused to get vaccinated….
Defense officials have been reluctant to predict how many service members may defy the vaccine mandate. Republican lawmakers, including Rep. Dan Crenshaw (R-Tex.), have suggested the number could be significant. “Question for the SECDEF: are you really willing to allow a huge exodus of experienced service members just because they won’t take the vaccine?” the former Navy SEAL tweeted last month, using an abbreviation for secretary of defense….
“Honestly, Americans deserve to know how you plan on dealing with this blow to force readiness — it’s already causing serious problems,” the tweet said.
Crenshaw’s office did not return a request for comment. A handful of Air Force officers have joined other government workers in lawsuits seeking to halt the requirement.
Some NYC Restaurants Refuse to Discriminate Against Unvaxxed
“Not all Big Apple restaurants were happy as a citywide vaccine mandate took effect on Monday — and some are all but thumbing their noses at the controversial clampdown.
The so-called ‘Key to NYC’ program — which requires diners to show proof they’ve been vaccinated from COVID — has gotten support from high-profile restaurateurs like Danny Meyer of the Gramercy Tavern and Eric Ripert of Le Bernardin, as well as the owners of Sylvia’s in Harlem. But some fret that the new rules won’t be enforceable, and that they will turn off tourists as local eateries scramble to recover from a year and a half of lockdowns. Others say they won’t even try to enforce the new rule beginning Sept. 13, when city inspections at restaurants, indoor entertainment venues and gyms are slated to begin.
Shortly after Mayor Bill de Blasio announced the new rules on Aug. 3, a sign appeared in the front window of Pasticceria Rocco, a pastry shop and diner in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn: ‘We do not discriminate against any customer based on sex, gender, race, creed, age, vaccinated or unvaccinated. All customers who wish to patronize are welcome.” “For me, it’s not political — most of my customers are vaccinated,’ said Mary Josephine Generoso, who manages the eatery. ‘It’s about civil liberties and freedoms. Now we have to be in a society where people can’t roam freely and enter my place of business if they want to? How is that OK in the United States of America?’
Pasticceria Rocco’s manager said she hoped her sign would encourage others to resist rules that require diners to show proof of vaccination. Generoso said she hasn’t spoken with city officials about the new rules — and admitted she isn’t exactly sure what she’ll do if they show up at her door. ‘It’s scary. I feel like we will be made an example of,’ Generoso said. ‘It is really hard to go up against a machine, and that’s what we are up against. Honestly, I put the sign up because I was hoping that other business owners would also have the courage to speak out. But it is mainly our customers who have reached out in support.’”
March Against NYC “Vaccine” Passport
“Thousands gathered near Central Park in Manhattan on Saturday to express their discontent with the vaccine mandates and passport requirements implemented on the city by Mayor Bill de Blasio this month.”
NY Teachers For Choice Protest 9-13
Watch Michael Kane of Teachers For Choice promote August 25 protest in NYC. Kane explained that the protests are not “anti-vaxx”. They are Pro Choice. That’s why many people who got the shots support the rallies. If you have never been to a rally/protest, the organizers say this is the one to come to! There were 3,000 people at the August 25 rally and they expect 100 times that now. They hope everyone from New York and surrounding states shows up so this looks like the huge rallies in Europe!