Finally, the Freedom Party also has a complaint in preparation at the Federal Office for Health Safety for being misled by the current vaccination campaign. To whom exactly this is aimed, Kickl has not yet been able to say.
In any case, the FPÖ boss is convinced that vaccination will not be the way out of the crisis. Rather, Kickl believes that the vaccination is not working well enough and not working long enough. Therefore, the infection is now rapidly spreading by the vaccinated, whom he sees deceived by the government. The deaths from vaccine damage would also increase. Kickl expects major problems in the health care system from a fourth wave, all the more so since, in his opinion, there are too few intensive care beds in Austria, for which he also blames the government.
Kickl would primarily rely on drugs that are very effective when taken in good time. He named the drug Ivermetin as an example. In addition, an antibody study would be a matter of course for him.
The liberal chairman vehemently ran against the government’s latest measures, which even lead to a lockdown for the unvaccinated. Even if he does not believe that the latter will come, but one for the general population, Kickl is extremely alarmed: “What is happening here is constitutionally and morally untenable, reprehensible and useless in terms of health policy, if not counterproductive.” That is why he is considering legal action: “Our lawyers have their guns at their feet.”
The press conference spoke of sadism, heartlessness and the last-class character of the government when Kickl said that in future it would not be possible to visit unvaccinated relatives in hospitals or nursing homes. Unvaccinated people are only allowed to go to work and thus almost become “work slaves”, believes the FPÖ boss. A “caste system” will be established in society.
Kickl supports the fact that opponents of corona measures take to the streets again on the national holiday. The FPÖ also wants to become active again as an organizer itself. When that will be, the party leader has not yet said. That needs a certain lead time.
Kickl is pleased, however, that the SPÖ has ended its course of exclusion against the FPÖ, even if one does not want to express it so directly there: “The spirit is out of the bottle and there it no longer comes in,” he said to the ultimately obsolete talks about a four-party government.