Rules for thee, but not for me!
Masks, lockdowns, and travel restrictions apply exclusively to the serfs, and elites have free range to do whatever they want.
That’s been the rule throughout COVID-hysteria, right?
Honestly, I don’t know why average citizens in every country have tolerated the nonsense for so long.
After 20 months of politicians not following their own rules, you’d think middle and lower-class individuals would say that’s the last straw.
For Austrians, maybe this latest development will be the hypocrisy that breaks the COVID camel’s back.
Well that didn't last long.
Cases actually started increasing *faster* after the lockdown for the unvaccinated, so Austria is now moving to universal lockdown and mandatory vaccination from the spring. pic.twitter.com/DcsWXSfwG0
— Freddie Sayers (@freddiesayers) November 19, 2021
But don’t expect this lockdown to apply to the Austrian politicians who make the rules.
Instead of shuttering in their homes, the politicians are living maskless life with their peers.
Will average Austrians locked inside their homes be upset seeing their political class party?
Check it out:
🇦🇹 As Austria is plunged into yet another full lockdown, this is their politicians yesterday night, angry yet?
SHARE this far and wide pic.twitter.com/o1Qfe68xeQ
— Angelus iustitiae (@AIustitiae) November 26, 2021
The elites in Austria live by their own rules as the Federal President & Health Minister & other government members celebrate at a gala event without masks 😷 #VaccineMandates #NoVaccinePassports #NoGreenPass #CovidGesetzNEIN #Omicron #HoldTheLine #Covid #Austrialockdown pic.twitter.com/uHHonOCpRq
— Jim Mellas (@jimmellas) November 28, 2021
Two days after shutting all restaurants, bars, shops and cultural venues for another nationwide lockdown, Austria‘s politicians – including the chancellor and president – sang and danced at a gala event. https://t.co/CVCGEq5nTy
— Denise Hruby (@nisnis) November 26, 2021
“Live is Life!”
That’s certainly the way things are for Austria’s elitist class.
But for the serfs, shutter in your homes.
No bars, restaurants, or cultural venues, or else that scary new variant will catch you.
When will EVERYONE finally understand this was never about a virus?
Fortunately, many Austrians have defied the lockdown orders from their Nazi regime:
The beginning of a weekend full of protests all across the world.
Against their lockdown orders, Austria tonight.
— Aaron Ginn (@aginnt) November 26, 2021
Its Being Reported (Not By The Corporate Media)
That 350,000 People Attended The Protests In Austria!
The Largest Demonstration Ever In The Country… pic.twitter.com/lXcSgKKQyl
— Covid-1984 (@NeverSleever) November 27, 2021
🇦🇹 protests in Austria against covid vaccine and covid lockdowns pic.twitter.com/HHMPIFpYwI
— SHIELD X (@The_ShieldX) November 27, 2021
🇦🇹 protests in Austria against covid vaccine and covid lockdowns pic.twitter.com/c2AoA43aL0
— SHIELD X (@The_ShieldX) November 27, 2021
— La French ConAction..🇫🇷 (@LFConaction) November 27, 2021
News.in-24 noted the public reaction to the gala:
Austria’s elite are in a party mood at a fundraising event, while the country remains in lockdown. Now there is criticism from the population.
Austria’s politicians gave a lot of gas on the party floor.
- A video of politicians celebrating, who seem to be enjoying themselves at a donation gala, is circulating on Austria’s social media.
- This is causing a stir on social media.
- While the Austrians sit in lockdown, the political top party, so the tenor.
Politicians celebrated a party
In the end, the politicians gave the party floor a lot of gas. With the hit “Live is Life”, Schallenberg and Co. actually celebrated life – and the success of 3.2 million euros for Austrians in need. The political grandees clapped their hands close together – without FFP2 masks – bobbing to the beat. Some even sang along with a few lines of text, as reported in the newspaper “Heute”.
Lockdown users get annoyed
This is exactly what is causing discrepancies on social networks. There, the good mood blows some users on the mind. While the Austrians sit in lockdown, the political top party, so the tenor. A Tiktok clip from the party has now been viewed 140,000 times and sent thousands of times on WhatsApp. Labor Minister Martin Kocher (VP) came under particularly strong criticism on Twitter because he filmed the show act with his smartphone during a phone break. “A large part of the federal government telephoned donors for over three hours as part of the ORF gala (2G +),” he said in defense.
Behind the government backdrops, the strict security precautions for the ORF event are emphasized. All people had been vaccinated and PCR tested (2G +) on the same day, and it was also a working appointment – the political grandsons were to be regarded as contributors to the program.
Can vaccinated and unvaccinated Austrians finally band together to realize the common enemy?
The politicians and elitist class live the high life while destroying the lives of the working class.
It’s disguised as public health, yet some naïve individuals still fall for the same shenanigans.