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UFC legend Conor McGregor called the “forced” vaccination a “war crime” and criticized the EU and its “lapdogs” in the Irish government.

McGregor, the UFC’s first simultaneous two-weight world champion, made the statement after Neale Richmond, a politician with Ireland’s ruling Fine Gael, tried to make him understand that he was ” time to talk about Ireland’s exit from the European Union ”. on Twitter trying to turn his famous slogan “You’ll do nuttin ‘” against him.

“Economic partnership should not mean political surrender. Bailed out and locked up, we were, and it was done easily. Lenihan was threatened and bent. Stockholm syndrome comes to mind, “Irishman said noted supporters of the EU in his country, referring to Trichet’s infamous letters which revealed that the European Central Bank (ECB) pressured then Finance Minister Brian Lenihan to agree to a punitive bailout in 2010.

“The forced vaccine is a war crime,” McGregor added for good measure.

He developed the point after quote tweet an anonymous net surfer who accused him of speaking of “complete drivel” and told him to “stick to MMA”.

“Do you think that forcing people to inject something into their body isn’t a crime?” People have to have the right to choose, ”McGregor insisted.

“An attempt to impose a vaccine is coming, according to the head of the EU. I cannot accept this. I know our doggies in power will do what they are told.

The former world featherweight and lightweight champion was probably referring to recent comments from European Commission President Angela Merkel’s protege Ursula von der Leyen when she told reporters: “How can we – encourage us and potentially reflect on compulsory vaccination within the European Union, this needs discussion.

Merkel herself has already locked down the unvaccinated and approved compulsory vaccination, and revealed that the German parliament will vote on its imposition shortly. His future successor, Chancellor-designate Olaf Scholz of the Left Social Democratic Party (SPD), also supports the measure.

Neighboring Austria, meanwhile, already makes vaccination compulsory, while Greece makes it compulsory for those over 60. Technically, those who refuse will not be “forced” to “inject something into their body” – but they do. will be subject to indefinite foreclosure, fines and possible jail time for non-compliance.

McGregor deleted his initial forced vaccination tweets after a while, replacing them with a somewhat softer statement that “Forcing someone to inject themselves into their body that they don’t want is horribly wrong. I am not against vaccines, I am against having no choice. God bless those who think otherwise.

This tweet was later deleted as well, but he then shared a post from his website, The Mac Life, which cited several of his statements on Twitter.

Previously, McGregor had explained that he “tweeted and deleted” controversial statements because he “doesn’t like keeping negativity on my channels.”

“I will always say what I have to say, it gets reported / broadcast and then I take it off my page. His [sic] done and out, ”he said.

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