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Story of Vaccination Card

Story of Vaccination Card

Story of Vaccination Card. VACCINATION CARD

VACCINATION CARD

Hello.
-Hi, table for two, please.
-Sure, and your name.
-Phoenix Nadie Williams
-Great. And do you and your guest have your vaccination cards?
-Hmmm well first..Can you tell us who our server will be?
-Um, looks like Brad will be your server tonight.
-Great. Can you show us Brad’s vaccination card?
-Um…
-And also, can you provide me with proof that Brad is not a carrier of HIV, Hepatitis A or B, or any other communicable diseases? Same for you and the kitchen staff.
-Um…
-Also, we would prefer not to be served by someone who is on or uses recreational drugs such as marijuana, cocaine, meth, fentanyl, etc, so if you could provide us with Brad’s most recent tox screen, that would be great. Matter of fact, imma need to see all of your employees medical history.
-Um… Let me get the manager for you.
-That would be great, thanks. Make sure they have their vax card and medical records please.
Here’s the thing, nobody needs restaurants. And other places. But they need us. Start standing your ground.
Stolen and passing along
Respect to whoever made this.

SIA requires vaccinated against Covid-19

August 18, 2021 by Tessa Oh
SINGAPORE — Singapore Airlines (SIA) will require all its front-line employees based in Singapore, including pilots and cabin crew, to be fully vaccinated against Covid-19 by Sept 1, the national carrier said on Wednesday (Aug 18).
It will be the same for those from budget carrier Scoot, which is under the SIA Group, who must be vaccinated by Dec 1, SIA Group said in response to queries from TODAY.

The announcement comes after budget carrier Jetstar Asia announced on Wednesday morning that it will require all of its employees to be fully vaccinated against Covid-19 by Oct 1, the first airline in Singapore with such a requirement for its workers.
SIA said that the new rules are in line with the existing advisory from Singapore’s tripartite partners.

The Ministry of Manpower, the National Trades Union Congress and the Singapore National Employers Federation, had on July 2 issued an advisory on Covid-19 vaccinations, stating that it is acceptable for employers to require Covid-19 vaccination as a company policy in higher-risk employment settings.

SIA told TODAY that as of July, it has more than 2,200 active pilots and around 6,500 active cabin crew members across the group. It could not provide the breakdown of its ground staff members.

In its latest annual report, as of March 31 this year, the company has 12,100 employees in Singapore.
SIA said that all of the group’s Singapore-based front-line ground workers have been vaccinated, while some 99 per cent of its active pilots and cabin crew members have also received their shots.

“Vaccinations further enhance the protection for (staff members) and everyone around them, on top of the stringent measures that have been put in place to minimise their risk of exposure to the Covid-19 virus at work,” SIA said, adding that the safety and well-being of its customers and workers, as well as safeguarding public health, is a priority for the company.

“The SIA Group strongly encourages all staff to be vaccinated against Covid-19, in line with the Singapore Government’s prevailing guidelines and recommendations on Covid-19 vaccinations.”

World Divided Two Religions

July 2021. I ask myself why is the situation like it is? Why are the times like they are?

Why are the people and the world divided and fallen apart?

My answer is: because there are already two religions fighting agains each other. They call each other cults or stupid or ignorant, they call, fight and abuse each other as they can. A new religion against an old one.

I have talked to many people, people who want to be vaccinated and people who don’t want to be vaccinated and asked myself what is the difference between them apart of the vaccination question – if they is any?

I think there is a difference apart of the vaccination question. The difference is the ability to believe and the cognition that actually everything is just a believe. But if some don’t believe that everything is just a believe, what do they believe is the so called „reality“? It’s the status.

What is status? Status is a kind of imaginary value, like the fact that some pay without any reasonable reasons 100 Millions for a painting of a black square, that every child can paint. The only difference between the 100 Million black-square painting and a no-worth black-square painting of a child is the status.

It’s the unfounded believe in a dogma that tells „this black-square painting it’s 100 Million painting“ and everybody who does not eat it is stupid and uneducated – so he loses the status.

Those who want to be vaccinated check at first the „status“ of an information by checking of the status of it’s source, even the status is nothing but a dogma, and decide not because of the reasons, but because of the status.

Those who don’t want to be vaccinated don’t care for the status, they are able to isolate the truth from the status.

That’s the difference.

For the vaccinated status and truth is the same, for the unvaccinated status is just a product that can be everything, like a Rolex-Watch or a Ferrari for example, but not necessarily truth.

This two position are not just different ways of thinking, this are two different concepts of two religions.

The one defines the truth by status and the other by a feeling. For the one truth can be produced for the other not.

For the one the truth belongs to the producers, for the others to everyone.

This is the big question of the 21st century, which of this two religions will win and weather truth can be produced or not? And if so, who is the producer and who’s the owner?

Until the internet-age, the state was the owner, but with the internet-age especially the state changed into a lobbyists-club and the people do not accept this lobbyist-club as the truth-owner so a completely new player has to appear. Who or whatever it is, it’s the future.

SABMYK (no. 17)

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