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Berlin: Anti-vaccine demo by youth party exceeds expectations

The demonstration against compulsory vaccination, organized by the Young Alternative, took place in Berlin on Saturday. Carlo Clemens, the AfD Youth's federal chairman, drew a positive conclusion from the high attendance.

Published: December 14, 2021, 8:39 am

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    “The anti-vaccination demonstration was a complete success. Originally registered for 500 participants, there were at least 600 in the end according to police reports, but according to our estimates 750 to 1000. We were able to make our request heard to defend freedom against increasingly repressive Corona measures.

    “Both the German and the international press took notice. We did not expect this echo, this mobilization, especially since we only had a few days to organize this demonstration. We will now take this momentum with us for our further political work and actions.

    The Young Alternative [Junge Alternative] is the youth party for freedom. For us, freedom and the right to physical integrity are non-negotiable. A vaccination obligation and all the methods of indirect coercion with which it is being and could be enforced – fines, prison sentence, state-imposed discrimination – are unacceptable to us.”

    The party said in announcing the demo that Germany’s rulers were no longer concerned about the welfare of the people but about power. The future Chancellor Olaf Scholz declared that there would be “no red lines for him” suggesting that politicians have finally exceeded their competencies.

    “The sovereign body is not the Bundestag, nor the Ethics Council, nor virologists, journalists and pharmacists – and not even a constitutional judge who likes to have lunch with the Chancellor. The sovereign is the people. This is us – this is you!” the party said in a statement.

    “For two years, the ruling politicians have been without a plan. Nurses are suffering. The economy is suffering. The youth is suffering. And now they want to finally break in the rest of people with mandatory vaccination, fines, arrests, boosters every six months?” Booster injections are now offered as early as 4 weeks after the last jab in North Rhine-Westphalia, reported the RND.

    In other German cities, including Magdeburg, tens of thousands of people protested against vaccine mandates.

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