Belgian police used water cannons on the protesters.
Cities Austria, Belgium, Italy, and The Netherlands broke out in protests against the new lockdowns imposed by the government in the name of COVID-19.
But the people know what’s up. We all knew once the government gained so much power they wouldn’t let go.
Austria decided to return to a full lockdown due to more cases. It’s the fourth one since 2020.
The government used those cases to justify closing non-essential stores and allowing people to leave their houses for a valid reason. The government is also enforcing a vaccine mandate in February 2022.
Chancellor Alexander Schallenberg promised “the lockdown will end no later than December 13.”
So over 40,000 people gathered in Vienna to protest the lockdown.
Austria put the unvaccinated under lockdown and will require MANDATORY vaccination.
This is the peoples response.
Tens of thousands took to the streets of Vienna today to protest for freedom👇pic.twitter.com/Oph5AlftEs
— PeterSweden (@PeterSweden7) November 20, 2021
Protest in Vienna, Austria against the lockdown of the entire population from Monday and mandatory vaccinations for every citizen starting February next year.
Call it what it is… Medical Tyranny.pic.twitter.com/4yhwyDmYpu
— The House of Darren (@WeAreTheNewz) November 20, 2021
You'll see everyone. Left, right, liberals, conservatives, catholics, atheist.
— Alexander Tschugguel (@ATschugguel) November 20, 2021
Tens of thousands of people swarmed Brussels to protest the government’s new COVID lockdowns. It’s weird because Belgium has a high vaccination rate. West Flanders has the highest vaccination rate in the country but also has the highest infection rate.
Belgium “expanded work-from-home rules and strengthened restrictions on the unvaccinated.” Prime Minister Alexander de Croo said people should work from home four days a week until mid-December. Then companies should make them work three days from home. People aged 10 and up must wear masks unless seated. Nightclubs need to test people.
Croo said he wants to avoid a total lockdown. He is also resisting calls to mandate vaccines.
BELGIUM – Water canons deployed on protests against discrimination.
I know you know this is wrong. It is absolutely your right to protest. If you accept tyranny I can’t help you.
— Bernie's Tweets (@BernieSpofforth) November 21, 2021
Belgium joins the worldwide protest for freedom.
— Aaron Ginn (@aginnt) November 21, 2021
Footage from: Vecu pic.twitter.com/q1LNWRWSaK
— La French ConAction..🇫🇷 (@LFConaction) November 21, 2021
Thousands of Italians protested against the country’s Green Pass, which is a vaccine passport. You need one to basically do anything in Italy.
An absolutely enormous protest in Rome against the Italian government’s no jab, no job and vaccine passports enforcement.
— James Melville (@JamesMelville) November 21, 2021
NYT today – “Protests in Italy fizzle.”
Italians respond – “We will never give up! We will never give up!” pic.twitter.com/58lA06FQ69
— Aaron Ginn (@aginnt) November 21, 2021
People in cities across The Netherlands, including Amsterdam, protested for three straight nights. The government wants “to restrict use of a national corona pass to people who have either recovered from COVID-19 or have been vaccinated, excluding those with a negative test result.” Those in charge also banned New Year’s Eve fireworks.
But it got worse after the first night when police opened fire on a crowd.
Authorities arrested at least 64 people over the weekend.
— Disclose.tv (@disclosetv) November 19, 2021
Riots broke out in cities across the Netherlands, the third night in a row that police clashed with mobs of angry youths who set fires and threw rocks to protest COVID-19 restrictions https://t.co/3GyzqF6131 pic.twitter.com/6MZQV1QFe0
— Reuters (@Reuters) November 22, 2021
Protests turned violent in the Netherlands as crowds in Rotterdam marched against government plans to make a 'coronavirus pass' mandatory for some indoor venues https://t.co/zqTADgZZiW pic.twitter.com/N3haRtyRJQ
— Reuters (@Reuters) November 20, 2021
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