Australia’s Corona dictatorship is heating up the minds of its citizens. Further social unrest is feared following attacks on shops due to vaccination status queries – the mandatory vaccination in the state of Victoria, which was only decided in November, according to which unvaccinated people are only allowed to enter basic care shops, is expected to fall again soon.
Of all the democratic states, Australia had by far the most draconian Anti-Covid measures imposed. Whole parts of the country are closed off from the outside world, the strictest entry regulations also apply to its own citizens and the country has the world’s longest lockdown imposed.
In the state of Victoria, at least the mandatory vaccination in the form of strict 1G regulations introduced at the end of November could be lifted in January: Prime Minister Daniel Andrews had promised in October that the rule would be retained until at least April. There are several reasons for this abrupt change of direction violent assault to store employees who inquired about the vaccination status of their customers.
In another case, also documented by video, an employee of the Dymocks bookstore chain in Melbourne was pushed down an escalator (see here and here). The shopkeeper said that in the twenty years she’s been running the shop, there has not even been a physical collision. But this is the third in just one day. She called for the abolition of the “stupid” compulsory vaccination, especially since almost 92 percent of the state’s residents are already vaccinated.
As a result of the attacks, private security personnel have now been hired. The number of similar incidents is said to be in the thousands. This includes vandalism and threats to companies to burn down stores if they obey the Prime Minister’s orders. The popular anger and public excitement are so charged and boiling over that the government of Victoria now apparently feels compelled to return the mandatory vaccination, which has only been in effect since November 26, in January override.