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EUROPE: Tens of thousands demonstrated against vaccine passports Saturday 22 Jan 2022

Around ten thousand people gathered on and around Sergels torg in Stockholm. 

Document - By: Helena Edlund January 22, 2022, 20:52  

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Under the slogan "No to vaccine passes - yes to freedom!", thousands of people marched through Stockholm city center on Saturday.

Participants expressed that the demonstration was a turning point - now the Swede has woken up. But the media believe that it was a gathering of right-wing extremists.

The participants had come to Stockholm from all over the country to protest against the handling of the pandemic and the introduction of vaccination certificates often called vaccine passports.

The organizers had received a police permit for three thousand participants, but an estimated close to ten thousand joined the march. However, the demonstration had to be carried out and despite the fact that the law enforcement was prepared with, among other things, civilian police, hit police, and drones, everything went very smoothly.

Banners and posters with texts such as "My body, my choice", "Protect children from experiments" and "Vaccine coercion is a violation of human rights" could be seen and throughout the march from Norrmalmstorg to Sergels Torg, participants shouted, "No to vaccine pass - yes to freedom ! ».

Watch a livestream of the demonstration and speeches via this link.

A manifestation of freedom

The demonstration was organized by the so-called Freedom Movement and was the last and largest in a series of demonstrations for freedom that has been held in Stockholm, Gothenburg, and Malmö in the past year.

Saturday's speakers included the Romanian EU parliamentarian Christian Terhes, doctor Nils Littorin, artist Peter Wahlbeck and organizer Max Winter.

Both participants and organizers emphasized that the demonstration was not about vaccinations - both vaccinated and unvaccinated people participated. Regardless of the perception of the vaccine issue, they were united in their opposition to the vaccine passport, which is described as a form of medical apartheid when some citizens do not have full access to society.

Although there is no requirement for compulsory covid vaccination in Sweden, the requirements for vaccine passes mean that many people take the syringes against their will. Doctor Nils Littorin thought this was contrary to the Nuremberg Code, which gives every human being absolute protection against unwanted medical interventions.

What is perceived as the politicians' increased power over the citizens was also criticized in the speeches and on the posters?

- The freedom they have taken from us during these years, they will not return voluntarily, Nils Littorin said during his speech.


"Democracy is threatened"

EU parliamentarian Terhes focused on how European politicians have used the pandemic to strengthen their own power and restrict citizens' freedoms. He said that democracy was now threatened.

Doctors question the covid vaccine

The introduction of vaccine passes despite the fact that it is now openly acknowledged that they have no measurable effect on the spread of infection and that the health service carries out the vaccinations without knowing the risk, was criticized by Nils Littorin, who is also one of the founders of Läkaruppropet.

- The doctor's call has 200 doctors, professors and clinics. We have 1,600 healthcare staff and 100 medical researchers. We have over 20,000 committed citizens. We are not anti-waxers - we are for science. We are for safe and proven vaccines and medicines, but we are also one hundred percent for freedom of choice, informed consent and the right to say no, said Nils Littorin.

Right-wing extremist demo - according to the media

Swedish media were on site to follow the demonstration, but those who participated in the reports got the impression that it was a small demonstration with participants from right-wing extremist and Nazi groups. The security police (Säpo) also warned before Saturday that the demonstration could be used as a recruitment opportunity for right-wing extremists.

- The newspaper ETC called me and claimed that I hung out with pro-violence right-wing extremists. Säpo went out last week and said that we were disinformation officers who threatened the security of the country, Peter Wahlbeck said in his speech.

Everyone present could, however, quickly establish that the thousands of protesters constituted a cross-section of Swedish society: children and adults, different ethnicities, different religions, different languages, ​​and different economic statuses were represented. That the atmosphere was good and that so many had turned up was seen as a good sign by, among others, the author and debater Katerina Janouch, who believed that the Swede had finally woken up.

The media's angle on the demonstration, on the other hand, was something many protesters spontaneously mentioned in the conversations that could be heard.

- Think that there are so many right-wing extremists in Sweden, said a mother and a couple of men stated that the journalists must have serious visual defects like so many Nazis, violent hooligans and racists among those who were gathered. A man with a homemade foil hat on his head explained his choice of headgear as follows:

- It has turned out that we have had the right thing over and over again, so why not put on a foil hat?

Reactions on social media were mixed on Saturday night. While the demonstration received a lot of support, there was also strong criticism that the demonstrators ignored the risk of spreading the infection and were therefore disrespectful to the health service.

The "World Wide Rally for Freedom" was held all over the world on Saturday and Sunday.

In Sweden, there were large demonstrations in Stockholm and Gothenburg.

More than 10,000 people are said to have taken part in the corona protest in the capital. People carried posters that said "No to vaccine passes" and "do not touch our children", according to Aftonbladet.



EU capital - with scenes from a third world city

Demonstration against vaccine passport in Brussels Sunday 23 January 2022. photo: Gettr

Document - By: Hans Rustad   January 24, 2022, 10:33 AM

The largest demonstration against coronation measures to date took place in Brussels on Sunday. Police estimated that 50,000 participated, and they do not usually exaggerate. Eventually, it developed into a street fight outside the EU headquarters, where it looked like riots in the third world,

Police officers were later forced to seek refuge at a subway station when the crowd threw metal barriers at them.

70 people were brought in, among them around twelve people who are said to have committed more serious offenses, such as throwing objects or causing damage to property. Three policemen and twelve protesters were taken to hospital, but no one was life-threateningly injured.

Video from Brussels protest against covid passport

There were simultaneous demonstrations in many cities throughout the Western world. In Washington, 20,000 demonstrated, and everything went peacefully. But in the "capital of Europe", the police failed to retain control.


Corona demonstrations in several Norwegian cities this weekend

Screenshot twitter from the demonstration in Oslo.

Resett.no - By The editorial staff January 24, 2022, | 09:30

The corona demonstration "World Wide Rally for Freedom" was marked all over the world this weekend.

There was also marking in several Norwegian cities. In Oslo, many had turned up in front of the Storting on Saturday. Appeals were held there and people sang the national anthem.

The Swedish freelance journalist "Peter Sweden" was present and posted both photos and videos on Twitter.

He writes that he saw several media people present, but that the demonstration did not receive media coverage in the mainstream media. The protesters carried torches and marched through the capital.

There was also marking in Hamar and Kristiansand.

In Bergen, several hundred met up in the center and went on demonstration trains through the city. Appeals were also held there.

There are a few videos posted on social media from the corona protests in Norway. Resett has searched through various Facebook groups that arrange the corona demonstrations, but few videos have been posted.

There are also no photos to be found in NTB's photo database.

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WHO and WHAT is behind it all ? : >

The bottom line is for the people to regain their original, moral principles, which have intentionally been watered out over the past generations by our press, TV, and other media owned by the Illuminati/Bilderberger Group, corrupting our morals by making misbehavior acceptable to our society. Only in this way shall we conquer this oncoming wave of evil.




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