Yesterday the Austrian parliament approved a bill that would force citizens to accept an unexplored poison. Almost 9 million citizens live in Austria, of whom around 7.2 million meet the criteria of the law due to their age (over 18 years). If the authorities’ assurances can be trusted, and experience shows us that this is not the case, then there will be no direct coercion. Sensitive fines are to be imposed from mid-March. In extreme cases, the fine can even be up to €3,600.
Austria yesterday joined six other countries that have already introduced a similar compulsion:
- New Caledonia,
- and the Vatican.
This year Austria has or will receive 29 million ordered preparations. These doses must be taken. The simple calculation shows that each resident will receive 4 portions of the elixir by the end of the year. All residents of Austria are subject to this law – not just nationals of this country. Most likely, the penalties will be sent to the newly created “criminals” after comparing the registration office data with those of the apartheid passports. So far there are around 1.3 million people who have not succumbed to the pressure of propaganda. There are also people who have expired their Covid passport. Every day there are more. Statistically, when six months have passed since the last dose, they join our group. This is the situation.
How will it be in practice? The most likely scenario is that the constitutional court in Vienna, which meets every three months, rejects the law, having so far rejected almost all of the health minister’s decrees, and it goes back to parliament. In Parliament, they will change the comma in the text of the law and enforce the vote again. Parliament is thus taking over the current – for two years – work of the Minister of Health.
The “criminal”, the opponent of sanitary apartheid, has the right to appeal and not pay the fine until the case has been reviewed by the authorities. Then there is a court case. A group of lawyers is already preparing an appeal text that anyone can use in their own appeal. I deliberately use the term “criminal” incorrectly, although the act qualifies this tortious act as an administrative offence. In this way I want to emphasize the absurdities of today’s politics.
What can we do in such a situation? Do not give up! There is no shortage of protest opportunities, and if there is none in your area, organize a demonstration yourself. In Germany, people also take to the streets in villages every Monday. The movement is so strong that the police seriously lack control of the whole country at once. The government and the media are doing everything in their power to prevent this from happening. We have only one such opportunity to stand up against genocide.
Author of the article: Marek Wojcik