Victimising minorities, banned protests against the government, brown shirt style beatings all happening in 2022 as rest of Europe stands by and watches.
Austria's lower house parliament has voted in favour of compulsory vaccination giving authorities the power to oppress those who refuse it's health mandates.
The law, which is due to come into effect on 1 February, will make Austria the first European country to introduce a mandatory jab, but is expected to be repeated in Germany, France, Italy and Greece in the coming weeks.
Incredibly, from mid-March the law will see anyone who has not taken the experimental gene therapy drug subjected to repeated fines of up to €3,600 (£2,994). An estimated 28% of Austrians have exercised their human right to body autonomy and it is those citizens that the Austrian government are targeting for 'special treatment'.
Austrian Chancellor talks of giving back freedom to Austrian people by removing it from two million people.
Addressing the Austrian Parliament on Thursday afternoon, Health Minister Wolfgang Mueckstein called stripping away the rights of dissenters a "big, and, for the first time, also lasting step" in Austria's fight against the pandemic. Chancellor Karl Nehammer told reporters ahead of the vote that vaccines were "an opportunity for our society to achieve lasting and continuous freedom, because the virus cannot restrict us any further". Freedom is again mentioned when, in reality, it is the removal of it for many that is being done.
Austrian parliament overwhelmingly votes for stripping away the rights of those who resist it.
The vast majority of Austrian MPs voted to victimise a minority, including those from Mr Nehammer's governing centre-right coalition and the three main opposition parties, who backed the bill, by 137 votes to 33.
Covid-19 represents no real threat to Austria's public health
The Austrian government maintaining the lie that Covid-19 is a threat to public health even though it is clear from all public health data that Covid-19 has never represented a risk to public health. The 'plague' is being used as the excuse to impose fascistic measures on the Austrian people.
Violence was meted-out to protesters
Since authorities announced the intention to strip away the human rights of those who opposed them the capital, Vienna, has seen regular protests, numbering over 150,000 people, with authorities responding with Brown Shirt style beatings that went unreported by the mainstream media.
The huge spectre of fascism is casting its shadow over Europe once again, something seemingly unthinkable only two years ago.