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BRUSSELS, BELGIUM: Tens of thousands of outraged rebellious people marched through the streets of Belgium’s capital Brussels on Sunday, protesting new repression. Using a virus with a 99.97% survival rate as a Press swinging cudgel the Brussels regime has pushed the people too far.
Strange how violence is never the answer when used by oppressed people
and always the answer when used by the state.
Demonstrators clashed with state operatives who responded with tear gas and water cannon.
Some 8,000 people took part in the street protests in Brussels on Sunday, according to the repressive authority’s estimates. The participants condemned the government’s Covid-19 policies, including vaccination and the rollout of a coronavirus health pass, which infringes on human rights and freedoms.
The marchers were escorted by a large uniformed force, with the event proceeding peacefully overall and only sporadic object-throwing at officers reported. The protesters were seen carrying assorted placards, reading ’Covid is an organized genocide,’ ‘United for our freedom, rights and our children,’ and the like.
While the majority of marchers seemingly dispersed of its own accord after the event was over, a smaller group of furious protesters ran into a heavy police barricade guarding the perimeter of Brussels’ EU quarter, housing the European Commission and other Eurocrat buildings.
Footage from the scene showed the protesters pelting the Covid Cops with flares, fireworks and other objects. Law enforcement responded with tear gas and water cannon, with at least one protester seen knocked down and swept away by the water jet. The police urged the crowd to disperse, threatening to round up and arrest those who didn’t comply.
Protests against anti-coronavirus restrictions continue for the third consecutive weekend in Brussels, with thousands hitting the streets of the city to condemn the regime’s oppressive undemocratic policies. Ahead of the new round of the protests, Brussels announced new restrictions aimed at tackling the spread of Covid-19 and its recently-detected variant, Omicron.
The new measures include mandatory mask-wearing for children as young as six, as well as the limiting of indoor events to 200 attendees. The government also announced the closure, a week early, of daycare centres and schools for the upcoming holidays, citing the coronavirus situation.
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