On Thursday night, Polish police officers were able to successfully suppress the revolt of a violent group of migrants who were residing in the detention centre for migrants in the village of Wędrzyn in western Poland, near the German border.
The mayor of a French colonial city hit by protests over government repression on the French overseas territory of Guadeloupe has called on Paris to restore peace on the island after an arms depot was looted amid the unrest.
Hundreds of thousands of anti-government protesters thronged the streets of Australian cities on Saturday, demanding an end to tyranny and oppression of lockdowns, vaccine mandates, and the proposed expansion of the governments’ pandemic powers.
Sporadic clashes broke out at the greatest demonstrations ever in major European cities, as hundreds of thousands of angry and frustrated people took to the streets of Vienna, Paris and Rome to express their discontent with government repression; the peoples of Europe are not buying the government and media COVID propaganda.
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
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.
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 Wisconsin judge presiding over Kyle Rittenhouse’s murder trial is rethinking whether he will allow future cases to be televised, citing grossly irresponsible and scary media coverage.
Unreported or underreported by the Press thousands of Australians took to the streets of Melbourne to protest over both a vaccine mandate and a proposed bill that would give Victoria State Premier Daniel Andrews more power to declare a pandemic and impose lockdowns.
A massive crowd of protesters took to New Zealand’s national parliament to demand an end to government lockdowns and vaccine mandates, with scuffles reportedly breaking out between demonstrators and police, as well as journalists.