The surveillance state has been put to a referendum for the first time ever in Switzerland and now even the Swiss have now abandoned privacy for the empty promises of safety given by the surveillance state.

A vote to ban burkas in public narrowly passed the Swiss legislative body, reflecting concern about the rise of Islamic terror even though the borders remain open to the globalist engineered invasion. The Swiss, who were able to protect their country and seal their border while surrounded by the Nazis, have lost the will to survive as a people, ashamed of the Western values inspired by Christianity that moved them to create things like the Red Cross and trusting in a benevolent — and global — Big Brother.

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