Do you remember the message from North Korea? The dictator’s uncle, Jang Song Thaek, had “clapped half-heartedly” and would have remained seated at the prescribed cheers. This was in the Reason for his execution. Perhaps not so drastically, but the system that is in place here apparently has similar plans for a pharmacist from Linz. The entire staff of the pharmacy had cheered and applauded a demonstration against the compulsory vaccination. The notification to the pharmacist’s chamber followed immediately.
A comment by Willi Huber
Linz in Upper Austria is one of the hotspots for rallies against the impending hygiene dictatorship. In the meantime, around 10,000 people regularly gather to demonstrate against the anti-democratic excesses. The demonstration on December 1st passed the pharmacy “Zum schwarzen Adler” on Linzer Landstrasse. It was filmed how the workforce mingled with the rally participants, applauding enthusiastically and “We are the people!” called. Apparently a serious offense for informers. Once again, the Blockwart report is based on a left-wing hate profile on Twitter.
Obviously, one has to come to terms with the fact that inalienable values such as freedom of expression will no longer be valid in the world from 2021 until 2019. Because other block guards, whose actions are reminiscent of the darkest time of National Socialism, brought the “offense” of clapping incorrectly to the display. Now the Disciplinary Council of the Chamber of Pharmacists has to deal with it. If he has a comparable understanding of democracy as Dr. Szekeres from the Medical Association, the pharmacy will have to close.
One can already fear the worst, because “MeinBezirk.at” quoted the presidium and the management with a “sharp distance”:
The pictures of the protest demonstration against the Corona measures from Linz are absolutely in contradiction to our evidence-based training and the express support for the COVID-19 vaccination. The present case will therefore be brought to the attention of the Disciplinary Board immediately.
Ultimately, only one opinion is allowed in Austria – that of the government. Otherwise you will be photographed, filmed, denounced by radical left-wing thugs – or even met on the street on the spot, provided you run into these brutal scoundrels alone and they feel strong in the majority. Why alleged “leftists” harm other people as accomplices of capital, billionaires and the state, none of these criminals will ever be able to explain – but they themselves have to live with their conscience. Maybe someone pays them for it.