Claudia from Cabin Talk published a video to update viewers on the situation in Austria.
The European nation took the unprecedented step to implement a nationwide lockdown on unvaccinated residents.
However, the Austrian government changed course days later and ordered a lockdown for all citizens.
In the same declaration, Austria became the first EU country to mandate the experimental COVID-19 jabs on the entire population.
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The dictatorial mandate sparked the largest medical freedom protests in Austrian history.
And the protests haven’t wavered since the proclamation of Austria’s medical fascist state.
A huge protest today in Austria against COVID law. pic.twitter.com/X4cc3nQpAg
— Aaron Ginn (@aginnt) December 4, 2021
Protests continue in Austria. pic.twitter.com/rI4Po2t4OZ
— Aaron Ginn (@aginnt) December 4, 2021
🇦🇹 Austria – Vienna [Dec 4, 2021]
Massive protest in the capital of #Austria against upcoming Vax mandates!#NoVaccinePassports #NoGreenPass #Manifs4decembre #CovidGesetzNein #NoAlPaseSanitario #vaccinatieplicht #NoVaccineMandates #Freedomrally #DoNotComply #Widerstand #W0412 pic.twitter.com/hmVe9fOGbM
— 🍌 BMedia 🇳🇱 (@BananaMediaQ) December 4, 2021
— One America News (@OANN) December 4, 2021
After locking Austrian citizens into their homes, the nation’s politicians had the audacity to attend a lavish, televised gala.
Despite enforcing a national lockdown, mask mandates and the prospect of mandatory vaccination, members of the Austrian government enjoyed a gala evening without wearing masks.
They are taking the piss out of us.pic.twitter.com/IyrlTvd8qk
— James Melville (@JamesMelville) November 28, 2021
But public outrage is catching up to the elitists who refuse to abide by their own rules.
Watch Claudia describe the unfolding situation:
Chancellor Schallenberg made his getaway from the sinking ship earlier this week:
Chancellor Alexander Schallenberg (ÖVP) have announced that he will resign, less than two months after taking office. pic.twitter.com/P5gZ8yGiji
— World Elects (@ElectsWorld) December 2, 2021
#Austria|n chancellor Schallenberg to step down.
▪️Alexander Schallenberg has announced on social media just three weeks after taking over the office, that he would resign as chancellor of Austria as soon as his party agrees on a new leader. pic.twitter.com/0bkMshRZx6
— EHA News (@eha_news) December 2, 2021
Schallenberg, chancellor of Austria 'stepped down' today. He remains culpable for his recent inhumane mandatory jab ruling and must be held to account. https://t.co/Stuz9OA4Th
— Alison Blunt (@AlisonBlunt) December 2, 2021
But Schallenberg wasn’t the only Austrian politician to exit amidst the rising wave of anger:
Austrian Chancellor Schallenberg to step down as his predecessor Kurz retires from politics https://t.co/iq2D4aXtgZ When Sebastian Kurtz was forced to resign on vague accusations, Alexander Schallenberg got the whole country confused in two months. #politics #democracy
— Sofia S (@sofiasisko) December 3, 2021
A shake up in Austria as 2 resignations are announced.
Sebastian Kurz, a former chancellor under investigation for influence-buying and corruption. His successor Alexander Schallenberg has also said he would step down.
— 𝓣𝓱𝓮 𝓕𝓪𝓵𝓵𝓮𝓷 (@resign_traQer) December 3, 2021
Ex-Chancellor of Austria, Sebastian Kurz, and his successor, Challenburg, resign from office after Kurz faced long-lasting accusations of corruption, bribery, and breach of public trust.
Interior Minister Karl Nehammer will succeed him as party chair.https://t.co/ILG9bTh3iD
— The Vigilant Fox (@VigilantFox) December 2, 2021
— Exploring All Things Austrian (@AllesDaDaism) December 3, 2021
Euronews highlighted the troubled political career of Kurz and hinted at the potential chancellor replacement:
Kurz first became Austria’s Secretary of State at the age of 24, before he had even completed his law degree.
He was then appointed Minister of Foreign Affairs before becoming the world’s youngest head of government when he was appointed chancellor aged 31 years old.
But the so-called “golden boy” of Austrian politics has faced years of investigations, dating back to 2019 when his coalition collapsed amid the “Ibizagate” corruption scandal.
Kurz resigned as Chancellor in October after Austrian prosecutors announced that he was one of the targets of an investigation into suspected bribery and breach of trust.
Kurz and his close associates are accused of manipulating polls and friendly media reports with public money to try and secure his position.
Austrian media report that Interior Minister Karl Nehammer could replace Kurz as the head of the conservative ÖVP and possibly succeed Schallenberg as chancellor.
Kronen Zeitung noted Finance Minister Gernot Blümel’s resignation:
“I have decided to leave politics. Especially for my family. But I don’t say that with resentment, because it was a great honor for me to be able to work for Austria, ”said Blümel in the video. Every single day in every role was a privilege. Blümel was in politics for almost eight years.
“Death threats against my wife and my family”
The last year was especially challenging and intense for his family. “The fact that my political activities have repeatedly led to death threats against my wife and my family is something that I have not completely overcome over the years,” the finance minister openly admitted.
According to insiders, the judiciary is also investigating Blümel for a long time. Again and again he talked about it with his wife, but never made a final decision about a possible exit from politics. The birth of his second child contributed to his reflection process, but the impetus for his final decision was the resignation of Kurz, according to his long-time companion. Blümel, against whom the business and corruption public prosecutor is investigating in the Casinos case, also goes as the Viennese state party leader.
Another rat is leaving the sinking ship https://t.co/df3vHeRIaQ
— Cabin Talk / Claudia (@claudia_stauber) December 3, 2021
How many more rats will leave the sinking ship in Austria?