Freedom of choice is one thing, but freedom from consequences is another. Footballers and other athletes, as well as the rest of the United Kingdom, may be realizing this today. So, whether you get the vaccine or not is entirely up to you.
However, if you’re unvaccinated, you’ll be informed you can’t play in the World Cup, the Ashes, or the Australian Open, and you’ll be quarantined for 10 days everywhere you travel. You see, other people have the same freedom of choice as you.
Last Friday, before his car was damaged by a van, Nigel Farage visited seven petrol stations without success. Again, there are ramifications.
Nigel and his allies will soon be free to enjoy the decisions they have made while waiting in those lines, wondering whether paying HGV drivers £70,000 a year would might have an impact on costs down the road.
Jurgen Klopp was correct. There are limits to freedom. The point of no return.
Source: Daily Mail