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Former (and we hope future) Canadian restaurateur Jesse Johnson talks to the RAIR Foundation about how the vaccine mandates destroyed his business, livelihood, and life. But he is not about to give in to tyranny.
Jesse Johnson first opened WOP Pizza in 2011. He also owned a restaurant next door to it that he opened in 2001. Both were located in the Inglewood neighborhood of Calgary. Because his first restaurant was quite popular, the opening of WOP Pizza got significant media attention. Johnson relates the story of how WOP Pizza got its name. Johnson and his business partner were asked if they would join the Neapolitan Pizza Association, which you can join if you make Neapolitan pizzas. The catch is that you then have to buy many ingredients from specific vendors. “No, we’re not going to be part of any organization. We’re going to be without papers,” his partner shouted in reply. And so “WOP Pizza” was christened. However, Johnson says the term “wop” didn’t actually originate from “without papers.” It is derived from the Neapolitan term “guappo,” often used to refer to troublemakers.
Johnson’s business thrived until the advent of Covid and the imposition of government edicts. His restaurant was […]
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