Conor McGregor, UFC legend, has called forced vaccination war crime while slamming the EU and the Irish government. McGregor was the UFC’s first simultaneous world champion at two weights. He made the statement after Neale, an Irish politician, tried to snare him for his tweet that it was time to talk about Ireland leaving Europe.
Lenihan said the economic partnership shouldn’t be equated with political surrender. He said we were rescued and locked in, and it was a very successful rescue. McGregor said that forced vaccination is a war crime. He elaborated on the point by tweeting an anonymous user, who had accused him of talking “completely drivel”, and telling him to “stick with MMA”. McGregor argued that people must be able to make their own decisions.
According to the EU head, an attempt is being made to mandate vaccines. He said that is unacceptable and he knows that our lapdogs at power will do what they are told.
President of the European Commission, Angela Merkel, asked how you can encourage and potentially consider mandatory vaccinations within the European Union.
Merkel has already secured the vaccination of the unvaccinated, and she revealed that the German parliament would soon vote on the imposition. Olaf Scholz, the Chancellor-designate, supports the measure.
While neighboring Austria has made vaccinations mandatory, Greece is making them compulsory for over-60s. Although technically, those refusing to be vaccinated will not be forced to do so — they could be locked down indefinitely, fined, or even imprisoned for failing to comply.
McGregor later deleted his original tweets opposing forced vaccination. He replaced them with a milder statement saying that forcing anyone into injecting something into their bodies they don’t want to is abhorrently incorrect. He said he is not against vaccinations but I don’t want to have the option. God bless all who believe otherwise.
Later, he deleted the tweet. However, he shared an article from The Mac Life that included many of his tweet statements.
McGregor previously explained that he “tweets, deletes” controversial statements as he doesn’t like “negative thoughts on my channels.” McGregor said he will always speak the truth.