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WATCH: Police Use Dogs on Anti-Lockdown Protestors in Amsterdam


I didn’t know police dogs attacking you on the street was for your health. That’s how Amsterdam police were “protecting” anti-lockdown protestors from COVID-19 when they gathered in the streets to fight tyrannical restrictions this weekend.

Mayor Femke Halsema triggered an emergency order to shut down the protestors, and riot police wielded brute force against the crowd.

Watch the disturbing footage:

In addition to using dogs, police didn’t mind beating up unarmed women with batons. Those cops are so brave protecting their health from a virus with a 99.99% survival rate for most people.

Before police launched a vicious assault on the anti-lockdown protestors, thousands of residents fought to end the tyrannical COVID-19 restrictions. Despite a ban on protests, the turnout in Amsterdam was massive.

The City of Amsterdam has operated under strict COVID-19 measures in recent weeks due to omicron hysteria. listed the current lockdown measures:

The spread of the Omicron variant must be slowed down as soon as possible to keep healthcare accessible to everyone. Therefore, the government has decided that the Netherlands will go into lockdown from Sunday 19 December until at least Friday 14 January 2022.

Measures as of Sunday 19 December 05.00 until 14 January

  • Stay at home as much as possible and avoid crowds.
  • Keep a distance of 1.5 metres everywhere.
  • Do not receive more than 2 people aged 13 and over per day at home.
  • On 24, 25 and 26 December and on 31 December and 1 January the maximum number of visitors aged 13 and over is 4 per day.
  • Visit one other household once per day.
  • Outside there is a maximum group size of 2 persons aged 13 and over. People living at 1 address are excluded from this.
  • On 24, 25 and 26 December and on 31 December and 1 January, the maximum group size outside goes up to 4 persons of 13 years and older.
  • Education and out-of-school care facilities (BSO) are physically closed until at least 9 January. There are some exceptions. On 3 January, the government will look at what is possible after 9 January.
  • Schools will be open to provide emergency childcare for vulnerable children and the children of key workers in crucial sectors.
  • All food and drink venues such as restaurants and bars are closed. You can order and take away.
  • All non-essential shops are closed. Ordering, collecting and returning is possible.
  • Essential shops, such as supermarkets and chemists are open until 20.00. You must wear a face mask and only 1 visitor per 5 square metres is allowed.
  • Petrol stations, pharmacies, libraries, driving schools, notaries’ offices and lawyers’ offices can open for their normal hours.
  • All non-medical contact professions, such as hairdressers and beauticians, are closed.
  • Zoos, amusement parks, cinemas, museums, theatres and concert halls are closed.
  • All indoor sports venues are closed (except swimming lessons).
  • Outdoor sports venues remain open for all ages between 05.00 and 17.00. Adults aged 18 and over are allowed to play sports outdoors with a maximum of 2 people at 1.5 metres. Children and young people up to and including 17 years old can play sports outdoors and play matches at their own club.
  • Events are banned. Funeral services with up to 100 guests, weekly markets and professional sports competitions without an audience are exempted.
  • Christmas markets are not permitted.

AP News reported on the enormous protest:

Thousands of people in the Netherlands defied a ban on assembling and demonstrated Sunday against the Dutch government’s coronavirus lockdown measures, gathering on a central square before marching toward a park in Amsterdam.

A small group of demonstrators briefly clashed with riot police as officers worked to clear the crowd from Museum Square based on an order from Amsterdam Mayor Femke Halsema. Reporters at the scene saw at least one person being detained.

The local government had outlawed the protest, saying police had indications some demonstrators might be planning to attend “prepared for violence.” The municipality later issued an emergency order for people to leave the square, and riot police marched across the grass to clear the area, sending the demonstrators into nearby streets.

As usual, mainstream media depicts anti-lockdown protestors as instigators of violence. However, footage from the protest depicts otherwise.

I don’t see protestors using dogs and batons on cops for their health.

But those fighting for freedom and sanity against authoritarian lockdowns get brutalized by riot police.


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