In the same vain the French Gouvernment publishes a new shock spot :I haven't seen too many of these type of propaganda posts that are pro-Covid restrictions in a while, but this one is making the rounds lately as a "cut & paste" on FB -
With all the talk of the "second wave" of this scamdemic in the media, I'd be surprised if the second lockdown wasn't firmly in place by the end of September. Wait and see, I guess.
Shortly afterwards, the whole family gets together for the mother's birthday. They gather around her, hug her, ignoring social distancing. Then the scene changes: the mother is infected with coronavirus and hospitalised with respiratory assistance.
Of course this video is circulating in the networks and on TV.
On the other side, here in France more and more doctors are rising up against the health dictatorship and the state's lies about the CV19.
Some of them are interviewed on TV news broadcasts or on the radio, such as Professor Christian Perronne, Dr. Patrick Bellier, Jean-François Toussaint and Martine Wonner (and the well-known Raoult of course).
More and more FB groups are trying to shed light on the subject, but there were no major demonstrations like in Berlin.
It's difficult for me to assess what the vast majority of French people really think about this subject.
What I observed in the small village near the Spanish border where I run a guesthouse:
this summer we only had a few foreign tourists (about ten) unlike last summer when they made up half the clientele (even if we were full seven days a week with French tourists).
Since the end of July, when the government decreed compulsory masks in all indoor public places and in some cities even outside, everyone arrives muzzled. Of course my boyfriend and I receive them without masks with a big smile and the majority of them take off their masks and don't wear them for the duration of their stay. We were even able to talk to some of them and they seemed to be well aware, at least to some extent, of the big scam.
But here where I live, while there have never been many cases, even in March and April, I see increasingly "sad" scenes:
whereas until the end of July people only put the mask on in places where it was compulsory, now almost everyone wears a mask outside (although it is not compulsory), in the deserted streets of the village, the students on their way to school. . I have seen people riding bicycles, all alone in the countryside, wearing masks, motorcyclists putting their masks under their helmets...
The other day I went out of the supermarket, it was 34 degrees and as soon as I went through the door I took off my mask but nobody, really nobody (and I stayed for a while watching) did the same. They all kept their masks up to the car and sometimes they kept them once in the car, they even wear them in the car when they arrive, as if it was already part of them and they don't pay attention to it anymore. It gave me chills, I will never get used to it.