Besides writing Bambi, the novel upon which the Disney animated movie is based, Jewish author Felix Salten also wrote a notorious pornographic novel about a child prostitute which was so appallingly obscene that it became illegal to even own a copy of it:
Opponents of compulsory vaccination and repressive government measures held a candlelight vigil in Austria’s capital, Vienna on Sunday after the authorities once again extended the lockdown for the unvaccinated. Video
A city in Austria is looking for employees who will be tasked with enforcing fines against those unwilling to get the Covid (flu) jab. The recruitment drive comes weeks ahead of a sweeping vaccine mandate in the central European country.
Tens of thousands of furious demonstrators marched through the streets of Austria’s capital, Vienna, protesting against Covid-19 restrictions and the nationwide vaccination mandate.
Just whose interests does the newly appointed ~ not elected ~ Austrian president represent? Keep in mind that Israel illegally and brutally occupies the ancient nation of Palestine. Since 1976, it is estimated that almost six million Palestinians, 40 per cent of whom were of Christian faith have died as a result of Israeli terror
Austria declares war on the peoples who have so far not surrendered to propaganda, threats, coercion and total lockdowns by refusing to act as pin cushions for an untested badly researched profit-driven vaccine.
The police and the Army refuse to control the health passes in the name of ‘freedom and human dignity’. They will join a large demonstration against compulsory confinement on November 20, 2021, in Vienna.
In Austria, the number of people born abroad has reached a new high. One of the small nation’s top parties is ringing the alarm about Austria’s continuous influx of foreigners. Almost 1.8 million (20.1 percent) of the people living in Austria were born abroad, according to the latest 2020 migration report by the Austrian Integration Fund. Five years ago, the proportion was 18.3 percent.
There is no question about whether the Austrian chancellor jumped or was pushed when he announced his resignation on Saturday. His coalition partners the Greens have put the knife to Sebastian Kurz’s neck when they have initiated a vote of confidence against the embattled chancellor for Tuesday, which he was almost certainly bound to lose.
The Austrian Chancellor explained that the migration flows since 2015 have already brought anti-Zionism, homophobia, and people ‘who are not exactly upholding women’s rights’ in Europe.