Two disturbing video segments from Channel 7’s ‘Sunrise’ in Australia and British TV-personalty ‘Jeremy Vine On 5’ showcase the implications of the division within families and society based on their vaccination status. In a disturbingly Orwellian turn, the segments both said that citizens should ‘weigh up the risk’ of inviting unvaccinated family and friends to Christmas and whether unvaccinated people should be arrested.

Australia’s Channel 7’s Sunrise spoke to ‘experts’ to find out how to ‘handle’ unvaccinated loved ones over the festive season.

“Now, as Christmas approaches, many of us will be faced with a new dilemma – how to handle unvaccinated loved ones and whether you should spend time with them over the festive season, sit next to them at Christmas dinner.

How do you find out who is vaccinated and how do you decide whether to invite them over for Christmas lunch?

We’ve got the tips and tricks to help you avoid awkward encounters.”

If this wasn’t bad enough already, in an astonishing discussion between British TV host Jeremy Vine and journalist Andrew Pierce, the pair discussed whether the unvaccinated should be locked down, with Pierce admitting that he feels “sympathy” with Austria locking down its unvaccinated citizens.

“Now, I have a lot of sympathy with what they’re going to do in Austria because I cannot understand for the life of me why people believe this rubbish on the Internet, the antivax propaganda. It is deranged.”

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