The voices in the mainstream media about the megademo in Graz are surprisingly moderate. Little abuse, and the peaceful character was also admitted. On November 27th, one of the largest rallies of the 2nd Republic took place in Graz, Austria’s second largest city. Apparently, the editorial offices are slowly beginning to understand the dimensions of the resistance. The government has more than crossed the red line, the population has no interest in a turquoise-green hygiene dictatorship.
ORF, Krone, Heute, Austria and other media admit: Perhaps so many people have never been on the streets in Graz. And it’s about the middle of society, by no means about extremists or weirdos.
Further giant rallies took place in St. Pölten, Klagenfurt, Innsbruck, Salzburg and other cities. The resistance has gripped all of Austria.
Left-wing agitators are getting quieter and quieter
The voices of the extremist and violent left-wing extremists are also getting quieter. There, too, it seems to be slowly becoming clear that you cannot hold out against the overwhelming majority of the population with a few dozen black hooded thugs. Nevertheless, there is still a few rushed people on Twitter. As soon as people understand how few these loud extremists actually are – and that they are offered a completely disproportionate stage by the media mainstream, they can better assess the real significance of these social outsiders. This makes it a lot clearer who the “weirdos” and “idiots” are and where those people go who care about the country, the people, peace and freedom.
Some examples of primitive hate speech and division of the population follow. The hypocritical concern for the health of the participants is amusing. The people in Austria have been demonstrating for over a year – and there is not a proven corona cluster or critical cases of illness after such a rally.