In a timespan of only several weeks, the small European nation of Slovenia has transformed into Australia 2.0.
Violent protests first rocked the capital Ljubljana a few weeks ago when the Slovenian regime announced some of Europe’s harshest COVID-19 restrictions.
COVID-19 Passports became a requirement for nearly every aspect of life.
Slovenians would need the passport for activities such as:
-Visiting a doctor
-Going inside a bank
-Using public transport
-Buying fuel at a gas station
Protests swelled to tens of thousands last week.
Although the exact number isn’t confirmed, some estimate nearly 100,000 hit the streets to protest the Orwellian COVID-19 Passports.
Police used water cannons on citizens while massive groups blocked highways.
And the protests have not subsided this week.
While European Union leaders gathered in Slovenia to discuss relations with the Western Balkans, chaos unfolded on the streets.
For years Western Balkans states have tried to climb the accession ladder into the EU.
But as their leaders arrive for a top-level EU summit in Slovenia, hopes may not be high for concrete progress. https://t.co/dRtXlz6np1
— Drogon (@drogon_dracarys) October 6, 2021
Arriving for the second day of the EU summit in Slovenia, French President Macron walks by cameras, smiling but without answering shouted questions. pic.twitter.com/V1VS9JZRSf
— Alexandra von Nahmen (@AlexandravonNah) October 6, 2021
Slovenia: Police disperse protesters ahead of EU summit.
Although the demonstration coincided with the arrival of EU leaders, the protests were aimed more at Slovenia's government and restrictions on curbing the spread of #COVID -19. https://t.co/je4CzfdJ1A
— Alexandra von Nahmen (@AlexandravonNah) October 5, 2021
Just a reminder, Slovenia is a nation of around 2.1 million.
And look at the size of this crowd:
Slovenia 🇸🇮 When you consider the population of the country.. this protest against medical tyranny is absolutely epic.. of course MSM is silent pic.twitter.com/EvlBEuX6lU
— Pelham (@Resist_05) October 5, 2021
Here’s more footage:
Slovenia: Water cannon used at anti-COVID restrix protest in Ljubljana pic.twitter.com/0BcvWoL6KL
— 🚛Pure Blood Patriot🚛 (@RoughNecPatriot) October 6, 2021
— Tamer Yazar (@tameryazar) October 6, 2021
Thousands protest in Slovenia against vaccine mandate & lockdown ahead of EU summit — 'police stopped about 30 buses from bringing in the protesters from other Slovenian cities. ' #vaccinepasspors #PassSanitaire https://t.co/A4ruwnnuDc
— ChaSea (@itellsya) October 6, 2021
While the protest wasn’t directly linked to the EU Summit, this image of a paraplegic protestor stopping an EU delegation car stood out.
— / ♥VisualDharmaArt (@VisualDharmaArt) October 6, 2021
Mainstream media doesn’t want you to know about the fierce resistance to COVID-19 tyranny in a small European country.
If the Slovenian people inspire larger countries to rise up, then it’s game over for the globalist tyrants.
That’s why the world needs to witness the events unfolding in Slovenia.
Here’s a firsthand account from a young Slovenian citizen:
Many people seem to be aware of what's going on in Australia, but not what's going on in #Slovenia – a small country with little international media coverage.
Things have gotten REALLY bad there. Don't think this can't happen in your country…
Stay vigilant. Push back. pic.twitter.com/EnYeItDca2
— ZUBY: (@ZubyMusic) October 6, 2021
It’s a global agenda and everyone will have their time to resist this attempted takeover.
Right now it’s Slovenia’s fight.
Slovenian police broke up a large protest in the capital Ljubljana on Tuesday, as European Union leaders arrived for a major summit nearby.
Although the demonstration coincided with the arrival of EU leaders, the protests were aimed more at Slovenia’s government and restrictions on curbing the spread of COVID-19.
What happened at the protests?
Riot police deployed water cannon and fired canisters of tear gas near the crowds in an effort to break up the protest and prevent them from blocking streets.
Several thousand people took part, according to estimates by news agency AFP. The rally was organized by fringe party “Resni.ca” (Truth) — which opposes the government’s coronavirus pandemic curbs.
Demonstrators marched through the capital with signs reading: “paying for tests is a crime” and “the government will fall.”
At one point, demonstrators surrounded the car of a foreign delegation that had made a wrong turn and wound up in an area closed off by police, AFP and local Slovenian media reported. Police were able to clear a path for the car; it was not mentioned which delegation was inside.
Authorities used horseback units and dogs to control the crowds while a police helicopter flew over downtown Ljubljana.
It was the third time in recent weeks that anti-government protesters and police have clashed in Slovenia.
What’s expected at the EU summit?
EU leaders arrived in Slovenia on Tuesday for informal talks at Brdo Castle, ahead of Wednesday’s summit. Slovenia currently holds the EU’s rotating presidency.
The leaders from the EU’s 27 member states are set to hold talks with the heads of the six western Balkan states that hope to eventually join the EU.
Adopting a new approach to China as well as trans-Atlantic relations are set to take center stage, as the EU considers more autonomy from Washington.