I wrote a while ago that Germany introduced, pretty much over night, as all these corona laws are made and rushed through, a fine of €25,000 for a second offence of breaking the corona curfew laws.
An article here says Spain has introduced €2,000 (“disrespecting” the police) and over €10,000 for organising a social event!
In Germany not 5000 people have died fro, or better “with”, corona. Hospitals are empty and on stand-by, lord knows how many people are suffering because they have to wait in order to keep the beds free, nevermind that the economy has been put in the crusher.
As sad as it is, 5,000 dead, mainly old people who haven’t that many years in front of them anyway, and a world co-ordinated implementation of dracionian laws, fines (like tax a great way to keep people in line and under control) and, in effect, totalitarian rule.
It is no wonder that those who can “afford” to rebel against these first world actions are those who have just, having risked life-and-limb and a life’s savings, to escape such despotism in their own countries, are doing so because they recognise it for what it is (despite how it is constantly sugar-coated by the press and politicians) and because they have, literally, nothing to lose.
Perhaps Merkel, Macron and their ilk are regretting their decision to import the doctors and engineers. Had they just their own people to deal with, we’d all be quiet and still and penned in like the sheeple we are.
It is only when you have nothing to lose, that you (can afford) lose it.
Here’s a direct copy from a commenter who copied a brief from James Corbett: