First Austria, now Germany. Which nation is next? Australia’s lockdowns for everyone ended, but continue for the unvaccinated.
Despite the new medical segregation (a discriminatory lockdown on the unvaccinated) Covid cases are high in Germany. This is because the so-called ‘vaccine’ (mRNA injection) doesn’t work – meaning that it doesn’t provide immunity – so the medical segregation makes no sense. It does nothing except force people to be divided and submit to the state — which is its real purpose.
The point of the jab is not its ability to help us medically ( it doesn’t). Its function is to usher in an authoritarian police state by getting us to comply with it, by dividing and conquering us.
By comparison, Sweden — which imposed no restrictions — has a low case count: “In terms of recorded cases [and deaths], there is no evidence so far that the UK lockdown approach has been any more successful than the Swedish approach. In fact, per million people, Sweden has had fewer cases [and deaths] than the UK.”
A lot of unthinking people believe the lie that the unvaccinated are spreading Covid-19. These are the same people who were led to believe it was a deadly pandemic.
Now, Australia, Canada, and numerous other nations will likely fall to this new form of fascism. I am in Canada. With the attitude the government has here, we’re next.
We’re on our way to being a Western version of Communist China. The free world is in free fall, defeated without a single shot.
In Germany and Austria, they still allow the unvaccinated to buy groceries, but that’s it. Maybe that too will come to an end and they’ll starve the holdouts into submission.
As the state increasingly makes it mandatory for everyone, job losses will occur, and holdouts will be put in isolation camps and not released until they take the jab.
One people start taking the jab, it’s required every six months for life, and proof of vaccination will be required to participate in society, thus ensuring a technocratic totalitarian dystopia. In other words, Communism.
And anyone who disagrees is considered a terrorist and locked away or killed. I think anyone who has a chance of moving to a free part of the world should. I recently learned of an Australian political dissident who sought exile in Mexico.
This is leaving aside the possibility that the mRNA shots are toxic and potentially fatal if taken enough times, as some scientists contend. If so, even more reason to avoid them.
There was good news from the UK this week, as a group of scientists disavowed their part in spreading irrational fear over an unremarkable disease. That was uplifting. The news from Germany, by contrast, is depressing.
More people need to divest themselves of the brainwashing and join the freedom movement before it’s too late.
I haven’t given up yet, but this is a setback because once globalists tend to work in lockstep with each other.
This was Merkel’s parting gift to Germany and the world. In 2015 she let in over a million unvetted Syrians and North Africans (many of them trained through terrorist organizations), which went a long way to destroying the country through increased sex crimes and terrorism.
Below: a video report, and an article.
by Shawn Fleetwood, The Federalist, Dec. 2, 2021
Germany enacted restrictions on Thursday prohibiting citizens who haven’t received a COVID-19 vaccine from entering most public venues and businesses.
According to Reuters, the decision to implement medical segregation came after “[O]utgoing Chancellor Angela Merkel and her successor Olaf Scholz agreed with leaders of Germany’s 16 states to bar the unvaccinated from access to all but the most essential businesses such as grocery stores, pharmacies and bakeries.”
Only individuals who are vaccinated or have recovered from the virus will be allowed access to restaurants, theaters, and other so-called nonessential stores.
Additional restrictions set to take effect include “shutting nightclubs in places with high infection rates,” “strict limits on the number of spectators at large public events such as soccer games,” and “a nationwide ban on gatherings and fireworks at New Year.”
German officials also agreed on passing legislation that would force individuals to get the COVID jab, with the lower house of parliament expected to vote on the measure soon.
“We’re in a very, very difficult situation,” said Scholz. “We have very many citizens who are vaccinated but not enough to prevent another wave of infections. Those who have not been vaccinated must do so, and that’s my very urgent personal appeal.”
Merkel also said she would vote for the measure if she were in parliament, marking a departure from her previous stance that getting jabbed was a personal choice.
The push for greater government-based restrictions in Germany comes on the heels of the latest wave of COVID cases and COVID-related deaths in the European nation.
Despite 79.3 percent of the entire adult population (18 and older) being fully vaccinated, the country has reportedly experienced a 32 percent rise in cases and 54 percent rise in deaths over the course of the past two weeks.
Other legislation expected to be taken up by the nation’s parliament would provide regional governments additional overreaching powers, including “measures like alcohol bans and limiting gatherings or hotel occupancy.”
The rules in Austria:
From 13 December: That’s how the “2-G-rule” works in Austria:
After the end of the current lockdown, the 2-G-rule (proof of full vaccination/past infection) will be in effect again in Austria, as well as FFP2 mask requirements in many areas. To keep locals and visitors safe, the following measures will be in place:
- For hotels, restaurants, bars, nightclubs, leisure centres, gyms, cultural institutions (cinemas, theatres etc.), Christmas markets, ski lifts/cable cars and body-related services (such as hairdressers) proof of full vaccination/recovery is mandatory (children under the age of 12 are exempt). Find more information here.
- For events with 25 people or more proof of full vaccination/recovery is mandatory (children under the age of 12 are exempt).
- COVID tests (both PCR and antigen) are no longer valid as “entry tests”.
- FFP2 masks are required on public transport and in all retail businesses and museums.
- 2-dose-vaccinations are valid for 9 months only after the second dose from 6 December (previously: 12 months). After that a booster jab is required for a valid proof of full vaccination. Attention: The 1-dose vaccine by Johnson & Johnson is only valid until 3 January 2022, after that date a booster jab is required as well.
- Up until 6 December, proof of the first dose plus a negative PCR test is valid for hospitality businesses, body-related services and events.
- Children under 12 years are currently exempt from entry rules; for minors between 12 and 15 years, a solution is being worked on (Exemption: In Vienna, children from the age of 6 require an entry test).
by Ken Macon, Reclaim the Net, Dec. 2, 2021
Germany is set to announce nationwide COVID-19 restrictions that translate to a de facto lockdown for those who refuse to show a vaccine passport.
The restrictions have already been implemented in some regions.
Chancellor Olaf Scholz and outgoing Angela Merkel will meet with leaders from all regions to agree on the measures.
Scholz has refused to impose a new lockdown for everyone, but he is willing to impose stricter restrictions on those who refuse to show a passport.
The proposed measures, which were leaked to the press, suggest banning those who won’t show a vaccine passport from non-essential stores and venues such as cinemas, restaurants, pubs, and gyms.
The chancellor and the regional leaders are expected to agree to extend the restrictions for the unvaccinated to the whole country. Those who don’t show a vaccine passport will also “be subject to strict contact restrictions allowing a maximum of two households to meet.”
In regions where they are still open, those who won’t show a passport will not be allowed to go to the Christmas markets.
This news comes after Scholz agreed to put a nationwide vaccine mandate in parliament for a vote. He said a vaccine mandate would only be introduced after everyone has had a chance to get the shot, probably in February or March 2022.
Angela Merkel, who is seeing out her final days in politics, and speaking alongside incoming Chancellor Olaf Scholz, showed her support for the move, saying, “If I were in the Bundestag, I would vote for it.”
Further measures include limiting public and private gatherings attended by those without a vaccine passport to a maximum of four people from no more than two households.
It is not exactly clear when the controversial measures will be introduced, though Merkel, in a press conference, referred to proposals as an ”Advent Lockdown,” suggesting the run-up to Christmas.
Temporary Health Minister Jens Spahn told the press that the country needed “a lockdown, so to speak, for the unvaccinated.”
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