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History Repeats Itself. Nazi Gestapo Patrol the Streets of Austria Checking Papers


Austria is no longer a free country.

It has fallen into the hands of Nazis and morphed into a medical apartheid state.

The Austrian government announced last week that a nationwide lockdown would go into effect starting Monday.

The authoritarian measures only apply to unvaccinated citizens, which constitute around 2 million people.

Officials of the Nazi Austrian regime cited the dramatic spike in COVID-19 cases as the reason for the Orwellian policies.

63.4% of Austrians are fully vaccinated against COVID-19.

Despite 2/3 of Austrians rolling up their sleeves, the European nation reported a record-high 13,152 daily cases on November 13th.

Like many countries, Austria fails to realize the experimental COVID-19 jabs and lockdowns have zero positive impact on this virus.

If anything, these authoritarian restrictions only exacerbate the outbreak.

Scientists have pointed to COVID-19 becoming endemic and here to stay.

That means outbreaks will naturally occur during the winter months.

But Nazi Austria has gone full psychopath and placed unvaccinated individuals on lockdown.

The Austrian Gestapo patrolled the streets Monday checking papers at various checkpoints.

Watch below:

UnHerd reported:

But this is no ordinary day. As of midnight last night, around 30% of the adult population have been legally mandated to stay inside their homes. They are allowed to leave only to buy essential food, to travel to and from essential work and for physical exercise. Leisure of any kind is forbidden. In effect, this means that two million Austrians are currently under partial house arrest.

We’ve been speaking to people on the street to find out what they think, as part of a forthcoming special report for UnHerdTV.

What strikes me most is the class inflection to the whole thing. We started this morning on one of the fancier shopping streets in the old town, full of Rolex and Karl Lagerfeld stores in which well-heeled locals lined up to express their support for the lockdown. There is very little sympathy for a truculent minority that is seen as “stupid” and “having brought it on themselves”.

On the same street, however, if you approach the people wearing fluorescent vests, guarding the stores and making deliveries, you tend to get a different response. They are more reluctant to speak to us, but decidedly less supportive. “It is bullshit,” was one man’s pithy response.

Questions about the practical efficacy of such a measure don’t seem to be of much interest. When I ask people if they know that vaccinated people can also contract and transmit Covid, they tend to brush it aside as a minor detail. Not a single person we have spoken of so far referred to the likely practical outcome of this new policy — it is simply a hardening of the vaccine passport policy that so far has evidently failed to contain the latest wave of infections.

For the Government, the motivation, as always, is mainly to be seen to be doing something; the numerous anti-vaccine and anti-lockdown political parties that have grown up during Covid have made it even more of a political battle.

But for the majority of voters that support it I can’t escape the sense that the motivation is at least partly punitive. They don’t understand people who are not taking the vaccine, they don’t like them, and they are slightly afraid of them — so the simplest thing is to remove them from society altogether.

As mentioned, vaccinated individuals can contract and spread COVID-19.

The tyrannical measures won’t make one positive difference to quell viral spread.

It’s about control and medical segregation.

Unvaccinated Austrians are the scapegoat for the latest outbreak.

NPR described the discriminatory treatment:

Unvaccinated people in Austria will only be allowed to leave their homes for work, food shopping or emergencies, according to the new mandate beginning Monday.

Police are conducting spot checks of digital vaccine certificates, though there’s skepticism about how effectively the lockdown can be enforced.

“We really didn’t take this step lightly and I don’t think it should be talked down,” Austrian Chancellor Alexander Schallenberg told Ö1 radio, which called the move a dramatic step.

“What we are trying is precisely to reduce contact between the unvaccinated and vaccinated to a minimum, and also contact between the unvaccinated,” Schallenberg said.

The measures are expected to remain in place for 10 days. Nearly 12,000 people have died since the start of the pandemic in the country of 9 million.

But the resistance is rising against medical tyranny in Austria.

Prior to Monday, thousands hit the streets to protest the regime’s authoritarian measures:

Stay tuned for updates!


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