Panic In Austria After Police And Army Rebel Against Govt Repression
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.
Only a few days after Austrian Chancellor Alexander Schallenberg, a notorious globalist decided to confine to their homes unvaccinated people, politicians and trade unions are calling for a national uprising against this uniquely liberticidal measure.
The leader of the Freedom Party (FPÖ), Herbert Kickl, called for a ‘mega-demonstration’ and civil disobedience on November 20 in Vienna.
Shortly afterwards, Manfred Haidinger, president of the Austrian Armed Forces Union (FGÖ), followed suit and joined in with the call in a letter published on November 14.
He intends to ‘defend fundamental rights and freedoms.’
The FGÖ specifies that everyone is allowed to demonstrate, even if they are confined.
Shock waves are reverberating across a score of pro-Brussels regimes in the European Union.
The obligation of control imposed by the Minister of the Interior, Karl Nehammer, has already been rejected by the police union.
In addition, the Union of Austrian Armed Forces announced that they will participate in the national rally in Vienna scheduled for November 20.
This is a resounding slap in the face for the government, which, according to the Austrian media, is becoming increasingly panicked.
Hermann Greylinger, president of the Social Democratic Trade Unions (FSG) and the police union, left no doubt in an interview that the police feel unable to carry out these checks, according to the weekly Wochenblick.
Manfred Haidinger (FGÖ) added in his letter:
‘We hereby point out that participation in assemblies is a particularly protected legal right and that this is also taken into account in the currently available draft ordinance. Participation and travel throughout Austria are permitted. Even if non-vaccinated people are advised to travel by private transport.’
Finally, the letter points out that ‘the ban on a meeting planned by citizens as well as the ban on a political party rally have been recognized as illegal’ by the Vienna Administrative Court.
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