The last landing of the world’s largest cargo plane was staged as a media spectacle across Austria at the beginning of October. It’s strangely quiet now. The Antonov 225 will land again tonight, an Antonov 124 is expected for tomorrow. Together, these aircraft can easily deliver 300 tons or more. The cargo is said to consist of PCR tests one more time. This means that the test mania in Austria should continue for a long time.
A comment by Willi Huber
Test, test, test. Apparently it’s all about health. Numerous war profiteers earn millions to billions from the alleged pandemic. This includes the manufacturers, transporters, dealers, distributors of the test kits – but of course also the implementing companies and the evaluating laboratories. Tens of euros are earned in each of the tests, which ultimately represent the plastic and hazardous waste of tomorrow.
The arrival of the world’s largest transport aircraft came “just at the right time” at the beginning of October: Antonovs brought 190 tons of Covid tests: continuation of the pandemic planned for a long time. Shortly afterwards, the test mania was expanded in Austria with legal measures. More tests are carried out in Austria than anywhere else in the world (with one exception): European corruption champion? Vice World Champion? Austria’s test madness in comparison.
A transport flight of the Antonov 225 from China to Austria is estimated by aviation experts at 1.5 million euros. Now the globally unique machine lands a second time in Linz-Hörsching. In the night of December 7th to 8th, an unknown quantity of PCR tests was delivered. The aircraft can take up to 345 tons of cargo, a cargo weight of around 200 tons is common. Tomorrow, December 8th, will be one Antonov 124 expected, just as full to the brim with test kits. In the modern freight version, this can transport 150 tons, 90-100 tons are common. This results in an approximate total load of an unbelievable 300 tons of PCR tests, which are flown from Asia to Europe.
As is well known, the “lockdown for vaccinated people” ends on December 12th. It shouldn’t come as a surprise when the Austrians are faced with massive test requirements again from this point on. Now that nothing happens without a plan in this “pandemic”, it will be interesting to see how and where the millions of tests will be used. One thing is clear: someone earns tens of millions from it. The taxpayer pays the bill.