The country already imposed a lockdown who those who are not vaccinated on 15 November, however, the numbers of infected continue to rise dramatically. Sputnik is live from Vienna, as Austrian COVID sceptics are protesting against new pandemic restrictions and mandatory vaccines. Earlier this week, the government introduced a national lockdown and announced that vaccination will become mandatory starting from 1 February 2022. Austrian Chancellor Schallenberg stressed that not enough people are vaccinated, accusing those who refuse to get a shot of “attacking the health system”. LIVE VIDEO
Until London is held accountable for its (war) crimes, its officials have no right to accuse anyone. In these words, the representative of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation Maria Zakharova commented on the statement of the head of the British Foreign Affairs Elizabeth Trass on Russia’s involvement in the migration crisis at the EU borders.
At least two people were wounded by police gunfire in the Dutch city of Rotterdam after a protest over government repression spiralled into a violent riot, seeing demonstrators torch a squad car and clash with officers.
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.
The top three Covid-19 vaccine makers are making around $65,000 per minute as the regimes of wealthy nations using taxes snap up their products. Meanwhile, plans to offer the jab to poorer nations at a discount have proven to be unprofitable and have largely fallen through, new research reveals.
Americans and the people of Great Britain, Europe, Canada, and Australia have heard for decades that they live in ‘the free world.’
The queues of visitors at the Latvian Rimi supermarket stores operating in the red Covid zone were already building early in the morning. Meanwhile, large crowds of people were also observed at the large stores of this grocery chain. As explained by the head of the public relations department of Rimi Latvia Juris Shleyers, the queues are formed for two reasons.
Russian President Vladimir Putin said in an interview with the Rossiya-1 TV channel that his country is not responsible for the migration situation on the eastern border of the European Union but is ready to help.
London should look at its own crimes in destroying Iraq before lecturing other nations on the issue of refugees, the spokeswoman for the Russian Foreign Ministry said, on Sunday, responding to comments by the UK foreign secretary.