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It's crazy how little the MSM is reporting on this, and how no other country representatives are condemning Austria on this decision. Speaks volumes.
I doubt we'll see any condemnations on the Austrian government's decisions from anyone whilst the "pandemic" is still economically oriented like it is now. Have a feeling once big businesses actually start to feel the pinch (as opposed to small-time mom & pop businesses which have been stomped into the ground) we'll actually see a few politicians finally speak up & start asking "do we actually need these mandates?". It's really only from that point on I think the mania & tension surrounding this pandemic will begin to die off. It will come as a result of a shift in media narrative, maybe one or one & a half years from now.
 

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There are 3 types of people in Australia right now.
1. Those who see the rights of the people are being striped away under the excuse of a pandemic
2. Those who think it's great every one is being locked away and having rules forced on them and tracking via QR code sign ins, despite them never implementing such a tracking system for child sex offenders because for them it was "inhumane".
3. Those who are too busy with day to day life and aren't really paying attention to either side.
 

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Well done for the Melbournians with the biggest super spreader events over the weekends causing numbers to rise again, forcing continuation of the measures they're protesting against. Doy.
 

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Well done for the Melbournians with the biggest super spreader events over the weekends causing numbers to rise again, forcing continuation of the measures they're protesting against. Doy.
Wrong. The protesters are mainly parents who disagree with vaccine mandates for children. Protesting this legislation doesn't "force continuation of the measures they're protesting against" in any shape or form. In fact, literally the opposite of what you just said is true.

Also, cases are down today as opposed to the last few days. 1,063 cases vs 1,842 cases before any of the protests. So you're wrong yet again.

Doy.
 

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^ The numbers will go back up now, mark my words. Going on big marches isn't going to solve a damn thing, it will only make things worse with more infections.

Kudos to the smart people of Australia who are fully vaxxed and doing the right thing for the community.
 
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