Charlotte, NC — The Austrian government has gotten heavy on locking down its people who have not submitted to the jab, but just three days into its new heavy-handed rules the country hit a record number of COVID-19 cases, Tyler Durden reported for Zero Hedge.
The government is reporting that 65 percent of Austrians have been fully vaxxed and imposed a “quarantine for the unvaccinated.” Yesterday, the government recorded 14,416 new COVID-19 cases. Around October of 2020, Austria recorded a little under 10,000 cases which was its high until recent days.
The quarantine rules put “a ban on any unvaccinated person going outside their home for reasons other than getting food, going to work, or attending health appointments — and even then they are subject to testing,” Durden wrote.
Durden added: “In recent days images and footage have emerged of police literally patrolling streets and department stores asking random citizens for proof of vaccination. Those under the stay at home order number at least a couple million unvaccinated Austrians.”
In videos shown in Durden’s piece, police are seen literally stopping citizens in stores and on the streets asking to see their papers.
Still, Germany is now looking to impose the same Austrian draconian rules, according to Paul Joseph Watson.
As Watson states: “No jab, no social life. Germany is preparing to follow the example of Austria by imposing new lockdown measures that will exclusively apply to the unvaccinated.”
“New measures that solely impact the unvaccinated will be imposed despite a choir concert earlier this month in Germany which only the fully vaccinated were allowed to attend ending in a substantial COVID outbreak that infected at least 24 people,” Watson added.
Watson, a Brit, noted that his own people in the United Kingdom apparently want the same to happen to them with 58 percent saying they would support this authoritarianism in a recent poll.
Meanwhile, just south of Britain is Ireland which is proudly boasting a 93 percent rate of guinea pigs amongst the people. As Durden reported, Ireland is now calling for a “partial lockdown” including curfews. Cases are reportedly up 275 percent over the last month despite the high rate of jabbed citizens.
Durden wrote: “So once again we are seeing an ultra-vaxxed society experiencing an uncontrollable surge in the virus, but the refrain of government leaders remains the same simplistic ‘solutions’: more restrictions, more vaccines, less freedom.”
And while we’re talking about the heavily vaxxed, there’s Gibraltar which calls itself the “Most Vaccinated Place on Earth,” Matt Agorist reported for the Free Thought Project.
We’re not just talking a high rate of jabbed citizens, Gibraltar says 100 percent are vaxxed. Gibraltar states that 94,020 jabs have been had which actually equates to 139.5 percent of citizens being shot up based on their population and assumption of two shots each. Yet, no Christmas for them.
Christmas parties, gone. Receptions, gone. Any kind of gathering, gone. So says the Gibraltar government.
Gibraltar’s Health Minister Samantha Sacramento said: “The drastic increase in the numbers of people testing positive for Covid-19 in recent days is a stark reminder that the virus is still very prevalent in our community and that it is the responsibility of us all to take every reasonable precaution to protect ourselves and our loved ones.”
Despite 100 percent compliance to the shot, residents are stilled required to wear the mark of the sheep.
Agorist wrote: “These spikes in infections and hospitalizations do not bode well for the pro-vaccine mandate crowd. While they are small populations, these examples should be a red flag for politicians who support forced jabs. Sadly, however, none of them appear to be paying attention.”
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