The COVID-19 may have destroyed our economy and taken many lives but the most painful to witness is the mental torture caused by the pandemic.
Recently, Italy’s new COVID-19 jab mandate called, ‘Super Green Pass’ have caused a massive protest and a 33-year-old teacher in Southern Italy set himself on fire Monday in the city of Rende, Cosenza province.
Italy 24 News reported:
He picked up a can of gas and emptied it on himself, then took a lighter and set the fire. Moments dramatic this morning in the small town of Makes, in the province of Cosenza, where a 33-year-old man, FC, residing in Cosentino, set himself on fire in front of the carabinieri barracks. The 118 rescuers immediately intervened on the spot together with the firefighters and the municipal police, all alerted by the military who, realizing what was happening, tried to intervene to extinguish the flames.
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A follow-up report about the 33-year-old man, “Still little information leaked so far from the police but according to what we learn it seems that the man, 33, works as a teacher in Lombardy and had recently returned to Calabria. At 10.30 this morning he arrived aboard one six hundred yellow in front of the police station with twenty-liter petrol can in hand and then set himself on fire. The first to intervene were the employees of a nearby workshop who used a fire extinguisher to put out the flames. The reasons for the gesture are currently unknown.
The COVID World added, “A tire dealer and a passing worker who were first to intervene commented: We saw that he set himself on fire and we immediately took the fire extinguishers to put it out. If we had waited for 30 seconds longer, in my opinion there would have been nothing to save.”
Real heroes are always around.
Meanwhile, ABC News has explained Italy’s “Super Green Pass” enacted:
Italy targeted the unvaccinated with a host of new coronavirus restrictions Monday, with proof of vaccination or recovery from a recent infection required to enter public transport, cafes, hotels, gyms, and other popular venues.
The new “super” health pass requirement, which eliminates the ability to show just a negative test to gain access to services, comes as many Italians returned to work and school after the Christmas and New Year’s holidays and as Italy’s new COVID-19 infections are soaring past 100,000 per day.
Italian teachers are required to be vaccinated and some 99% are, according to Education Minister Patrizio Bianchi.
What more bad things should happen before our government sees these effects?