The vaccination narrative has long since been disenchanted: the stories about the efficacy and safety of experimental gene therapy drugs have burst like soap bubbles. However, this does not prevent the state of Upper Austria from continuing to advertise aggressively on Facebook at the expense of taxpayers. Alone in view of the price explosions “simply bold”, criticizes MFG-LAbg. Dagmar Häusler, and calls for the immediate end of all public vaccination advertising in Austria.
Below you can read the corresponding press release from MFG Upper Austria:
MFG Upper Austria calls for an immediate stop to state vaccination advertising
Unbelievable waste of money: It is completely unclear what the responsible department is thinking about
“What is happening here with the money of the general public is just bold in view of inflation and energy prices!”, says State Deputy Dagmar Häusler, BSc., MFG-Austria Deputy Federal Party Chairman, angry. Day after day, the state of Upper Austria squanders considerable sums of tax money on vaccination advertising on Facebook – and in doing so openly mocks the citizens of the state.
Shameless spreading of fake news
It is also outrageous that the state of Upper Austria is still shamelessly publishing content here that has long been considered false. The accompanying text reads: “Get vaccinated in good time to protect yourself and others.” We now know very well that vaccination does not protect against disease or transmission. At the beginning of the so-called pandemic, claiming or implying something different was perhaps understandable out of ignorance. However, if this is still done today, it cannot be ruled out that it will be judged as a criminal offense in court in the future, since it is an objectively verifiable false product property of a medical device.
Almost exclusively negative reactions and censorship
Facebook last showed 642 comments on one of the subjects, and 361 on the other. If you click on the post, however, a maximum of two dozen comments are displayed. The missing comments were apparently censored by the country’s media team. Probably because the contents were as negative as those that remained visible. In addition to wild insults, many Facebook users point out that it is a matter of dealing with fear. Others point to severe vaccination side effects that they themselves or close relatives and acquaintances have suffered.
“The only logical demand – also with regard to the necessary economy in administration – is the immediate end of all vaccination advertising by the public sector in Austria,” says Dagmar Häusler. “Of course, this also applies to other advertising measures such as the tram in the city of Linz, which was completely covered with vaccination advertising.
Example of a current Facebook ad for the state of Upper Austria: https://www.facebook.com/ooe.gv.at/videos/1364876747609704/
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