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Net zero Christmas

Digital vaccine passports just the ticket to Brave New World

17 December 2022

9:00 AM

17 December 2022

9:00 AM

And so this is Christmas, as Mr Lennon crooned, and Christians had better make the most of it. You don’t have to be John the Baptist to see that a religious celebration of the birth of Christ is not compatible with the zeitgeist.

While no government has explicitly mentioned targets – at least not yet – it is obvious that there is a thinly concealed goal to achieve a 43 per cent reduction in Christian participation in the public square by 2030 and net zero traditional Christians by 2050.

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