AUSTRIA: Austria’s forced vaccination legislation was voted into law. It requires every Austrian adult – except pregnant women or those exempt for medical reasons – to get the shot.
A recent representative flash poll (n=500) by ICI – Initiative for Evidence-Based Corona Information – showed a huge loss of trust in politics, however. For example, only four percent of respondents say they have a “very great deal of trust” in the coalition government. Nine percent have “rather great confidence”.
On the other hand, one third (32 percent) of the population say they have “no confidence at all” in the Turquoise-Green coalition. And as many as 19 percent say they have “rather no confidence”. This loss of trust is seen in all age groups and affects both men and women.
This is particularly dramatic in the case of the Greens, where only 26 percent still have great confidence in their government, but also in the case of their coalition partner, the ÖVP it is only 60 percent (ER: The OVP party is Christian-conservative-liberal party, and the party of Austria’s recent chancellors, such as Sebastian Kurz and current one, Karl Nehammer).
The massive dissatisfaction manifested itself in a call for new elections immediately. This wish is particularly strong among the younger population (16-29 years), where almost one in two (44 per cent) wanted an immediate ballot. Only half of the population (53 percent) currently feels represented by the parties elected to the National Council. The parties in government only appeal to nine percent (ÖVP) and eight percent (Greens) of the people.
Instead of taking care of the needs of the people, the government has overwhelmed them with one restriction after another in an authoritarian manner. Resistance to this kind of policy is growing, especially because the contradictions of the regulations as well as their senselessness are becoming more and more obvious.
“Soon everyone will know someone who has vaccination complications. It doesn’t help when the media and politicians persistently babble about a supposedly safe vaccination,” said doctor and ICI co-founder Dr Christian Fiala.
Why are more and more people falling ill, even though medicine and environmental protection have improved? And has anyone started to wonder why elections are useless?
The Red Cross withdraws from the vaccination campaign in Austria
The Austrian government fanatics will soon be on their own as the vaccination front collapses quite dramatically. Even the Red Cross is now abandoning the sinking ship of vaccination and withdrawing from the “Austria Vaccines” campaign.
The Red Cross relief commander, Gerry Foitik, made this known in an internal letter which the daily Wochenblick was able to read. Like Caritas and Diakonie, the Red Cross has also expressed concerns about mandatory vaccination. For those who insist on the vaccine, there is increasing legal uncertainty and the risk of legal disputes for years in the health, social and care sectors.
Red Cross withdraws from the vaccination campaign
The Vaccine Personal Injury Act was passed yesterday in the Bundesrat, but the covid scheme is losing support. More and more people are pulling out, including the Red Cross. According to the rescue organization, the Federal Chancellery had already taken over the “communication measures” of the vaccination campaign since July.
The question now arises: Why now when this withdrawal was “transparently and publicly communicated” already in the summer? The reason could be that Foitik, who was previously an extremist of the measure and known for his bizarre interviews with masks, is concerned about the legal implications of the forced vaccination.
Red Cross boss sees vaccination as “individual responsibility imposed by the state”
Foitik announced Wednesday via a letter that the Red Cross is withdrawing from the “Austria Vaccines” campaign. After being responsible for the “Austria Vaccinates” campaign during the summer of 2021, the homepage and all social media channels will now also return to the responsibility of the Ministry of Health. In his letter, Foitik himself called the vaccination obligation “an individual responsibility imposed by the state.”
FPÖ Secretary General Michael Schnedlitz asked whether Mr. Foitik’s letter could not also be seen as a withdrawal from the vaccination obligation: “Mr. Foitik, who was royally rewarded by the government for his comments at the beginning of the Corona pandemic, is now distancing himself from the vaccination campaign – and thus also from the vaccination obligation?”
More and more arguments against mandatory vaccination
Foitik’s statements are all the more interesting because before the compulsory vaccination law was passed in the Bundesrat on Thursday, social organizations such as Caritas and Diakonie, in addition to the Red Cross, expressed their concerns about the compulsory vaccination law.
They all see it as a great legal uncertainty and the danger of years of litigation for the health, care and social sectors throughout Austria. “The closer the compulsory vaccination law gets, the more concerns from all sides about the lack of justification for this measure increase. Apparently, the Red Cross has now pulled the plug and decided to withdraw from the vaccination campaign,” said Schnedlitz.
Billions spent on vaccines
The pharmaceutical industry has concluded contracts worth billions with Austria. This was revealed in the FPÖ’s parliamentary question to Health Minister Wolfgang Mückstein (Greens).
The FPÖ leader Herbert Kickl noted with great surprise that more and more genetically engineered injections are being ordered, while less and less are being taken.
“This highlights the Austrian government’s crude and costly dealings with the vaccine industry, which not only confirm the worst expectations, but exceed them,” Kickl said.
So far, the pharmaceutical giants have invoiced Austria 246 million euros until the end of October. So far, 23.9 million of the 57 million doses of vaccine ordered have been delivered. More than 300 million euros will have to be paid for the 33.1 million doses of vaccine that have yet to be delivered. The government still wants to purchase 33.5 million doses.
At least 283,140 doses of vaccine have gone where they belong: in the garbage.
More than half a billion euros for vaccine manufacturers
“In total, the Austrian federal government has done business with the vaccine industry to the tune of more than half a billion euros so far. And with the purchase of an additional 33 million doses of vaccine planned for this year, another 300 million euros will be added. Corona vaccinations for Austrians are therefore a billion-euro deal between the federal government and the vaccine industry,” Kickl added.
Less than half of the vaccine doses consumed
Huge quantities of “vaccine” have been ordered, which they can only get rid of “by forcing the population to have the vaccine administered”. Vaccine lotteries and raffles are used to lure people in, Kickl said. Less than half of the quantities ordered have actually been delivered and consumed so far. “The legally imposed and unconstitutional mandatory vaccination is due to nothing more than a pathological buying compulsion by the federal government.”