Compulsory vaccination in Austria starts at the beginning of February

3 thoughts on “Compulsory vaccination in Austria starts at the beginning of February

  1. So, Austria leads the way into full-blown communistic tyranny. It looked like Australia, Canada, Spain, Philippines. But good ole’ Western Europe is “chosen.” Now let’s see what the people of Austria do.

    So Mr. Chancellor, “Vaccination is the best guarantee to live in freedom.” I don’t think so. Can show you a couple of other “guarantees”: Bill of Rights, Article 2. Though that is not the law of your land, your people are still somewhat prepared, as is the case in many countries. Set no model for the world; no one will follow. Most do not want to sign up for their own premature death.

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  2. Lest we forget.
    Going down the same path as before.

    1938
    March 12
    Germany annexes Austria

    On March 12, 1938, German troops march into Austria to annex the German-speaking nation for the Third Reich.

    In early 1938, Austrian Nazis conspired for the second time in four years to seize the Austrian government by force and unite their nation with Nazi Germany. Austrian Chancellor Kurt von Schuschnigg, learning of the conspiracy, met with Nazi leader Adolf Hitler in the hopes of reasserting his country’s independence but was instead bullied into naming several top Austrian Nazis to his cabinet. On March 9, Schuschnigg called a national vote to resolve the question of Anschluss, or “annexation,” once and for all. Before the plebiscite could take place, however, Schuschnigg gave in to pressure from Hitler and resigned on March 11. In his resignation address, under coercion from the Nazis, he pleaded with Austrian forces not to resist a German “advance” into the country.

    The next day, March 12, Hitler accompanied German troops into Austria, where enthusiastic crowds met them. Hitler appointed a new Nazi government, and on March 13 the Anschluss was proclaimed. Austria existed as a federal state of Germany until the end of World War II, when the Allied powers declared the Anschluss void and reestablished an independent Austria. Schuschnigg, who had been imprisoned soon after resigning, was released in 1945.

    https://www.history.com/this-day-in-history/germany-annexes-austria

  3. According to this drooling moron, the only way to live in freedom is to submit to tyranny? Orwell would be so proud! And shame on anyone who buys into this tripe.

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