Austria, Australia, the Netherlands … While the new wave of Govt-19 is hitting many continents, on Saturday, November 20, there were protests in many countries against restrictions and compulsory vaccinations – for certain industries and even the general population. Like Austria Issued the first order on Friday.
Demonstration against compulsory vaccination in Vienna
According to police, more than 35,000 protesters gathered in Vienna at noon on Saturday to protest the government’s announcement of imprisonment and compulsory vaccination to combat the recurrence of the epidemic.
The demonstration was organized at the invitation of the Austrian Freedom Party (FPÖ, far right), despite the absence of its leader, Herbert Kiggle, Govt-19 positive. Crowds gathered at a stone’s throw from the Chancellery in the center of the Austrian capital, waving banners of condemnation. “Crown-Dictatorship” Or even to say “Do not divide the community”. Ten were arrested and all under intensive surveillance by police. With the exception of a few smoke bombs and cans, the demonstration was generally peaceful.
A week after cracking down on those who had not been vaccinated, Conservative President Alexander Scholenberg on Friday announced that 8.9 million people would be jailed until December 13. Moreover, despite its initial reluctance, the government is preparing a law to vaccinate 1-year-olds.There is February 2022. Ineffective system will manifest themselves to obstacles.
Mr Shallenberg apologized to the vaccinators for these restrictions “Terrorists”. He also attacked “Political forces [du] Countries strongly opposed “ Vaccination, condemnation a “Attack against [le] Health system “.
Several thousand Australians protest against the vaccine
Thousands of people gathered in several cities across Australia on Saturday to condemn the mandatory vaccination against Kovit-19, which is needed by certain professional groups in certain states and territories. About 85% of Australians over the age of 16 have been fully vaccinated and are almost back to normal.
Police say up to 10,000 people have gathered in Sydney. In Melbourne, about 2,000 people have called for the imprisonment of Victorian Prime Minister Daniel Andrews and opposed a bill to give the state government more powers to fight the epidemic. There were no clashes with police. Unlike previous events, Did not call for the execution of political leaders.
Since the outbreak, more than 195,000 cases and 1,933 deaths in Australia have been linked to Govt-19, with a population of about 25 million.
In the Netherlands, a demonstration in Amsterdam was canceled after riots in Rotterdam
The protest against the planned health measures in Amsterdam on Saturday was later droppedViolent riots erupted in Rotterdam on Friday evening, The organizers announced. “Hell broke in Rotterdam last night”, United v Stand said Europe is the organization that opposes health measures, Referring to the chaos that erupted in the port city center on Friday evening, injuring at least seven people, two of whom opened fire. Several dozen people were arrested. Demonstrators protested against the government’s plan to restrict access to health restrictions and non-vaccinated people to certain facilities.
Despite the official cancellation, several hundred protesters gathered at Dam Square in central Amsterdam on Saturday, surrounded by a massive police presence, according to Dutch media pictures. In Prada, in the south of the country, near the Belgian border, about 300 people marched carrying boards. “Not in jail”.
On Saturday evening, a demonstration in The Hague turned violent. In a popular area of the city where the Dutch government sits, several hundred people threw stones and various objects at police and set fire to bicycles. At least one arrest has been made.
Thousands protest in Copenhagen, Denmark, against the withdrawal of health permits
கோவிட் -19 க்கு எதிரான உடல்நலப் பாஸை திரும்பப் பெறுவதற்கு எதிர்ப்புத் தெரிவிக்கும் ஒரு ஆர்ப்பாட்டம், காவல்துறையின் கூற்றுப்படி கோபன்ஹேகனில் ஆயிரம் பேரையும், அமைப்பாளர்களின் கூற்றுப்படி 2,000 பேரையும் ஒன்றிணைத்தது, இது ஒரு வருடத்திற்கு முன்பு தொடங்கப்பட்ட ஒரு சிறிய எதிர்ப்பு இயக்கத்தை மீண்டும் தொடங்குவதைக் குறிக்கிறது.
The radical “Men in Black” movement, which claims to be anti-organizational, organized its first rally two months after the deregulation of the “Coronabas” area in Denmark last week.
“Freedom for Denmark, enough for us!”, Protesters chanted slogans against the group, which is hostile to political parties. Organizers have called for a protest“The arrogance of power” Social Democrat Prime Minister Mete Frederickson and “Politicization of health”. They especially criticize the authorities for installing health passes in their workplaces.