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Red Cross withdraws from ‘Austria vaccinates’ campaign

The Austrian government fanatics will soon be alone because the vaccination front is crumbling quite spectacularly. Even the Red Cross is now abandoning the sinking vaccination ship and withdrawing from the "Austria vaccinates" campaign.

Published: February 5, 2022, 8:52 am

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    The Red Cross rescue commander Gerry Foitik made this clear in an internal letter that is available to the daily Wochenblick. Like Caritas and Diakonie, the Red Cross also reported concerns about mandatory vaccination. There is an increasingly great legal uncertainty and the risk of years of legal disputes in the health, social and care sectors for those actors who insist on the jab.

    Red Cross withdraws from vaccination campaign

    The law on prescribed bodily harm with experimental genetic engineering injections was passed yesterday in the Bundesrat, but the Corona regime is losing its support. More and more are turning away, including the Red Cross. According to the rescue organization, the Federal Chancellery had already taken over the “communication measures” of the vaccination campaign since July.

    The question now arises: Why now when this withdrawal was “transparently and publicly communicated” in the summer already? The reason may be that Foitik, previously a measure extremist and known for his bizarre mask interviews, is concerned about the legal implications of forced vaccination.

    Red Cross boss sees jab as ‘state-imposed individual responsibility’

    Foitik announced on Wednesday via a letter that the Red Cross would withdraw from the “Austria vaccinates” campaign. After being responsible for the “Austria vaccinates” campaign in summer 2021, the homepage and all social media channels will now also be returned to the Ministry of Health’s area of ​​responsibility. In his letter, Foitik himself described the obligation to vaccinate as “state-imposed individual responsibility”.

    The FPÖ General Secretary Michael Schnedlitz asked whether Foitik’s letter could not also be seen as a withdrawal from the obligation to vaccinate: “Mr. Foitik, who was royally rewarded by the government for his comments at the beginning of the Corona pandemic, is now distancing himself from the vaccination campaign – and thus also from the obligation to vaccinate?”

    More and more arguments against compulsory jabs

    Even more interesting are Foitik’s statements against the background that before the adoption of the compulsory vaccination law in the Bundesrat on Thursday, social organizations such as Caritas and Diakonie expressed their concerns about the compulsory vaccination law in addition to the Red Cross.

    As a result, they all see great legal uncertainty and the danger of years of legal disputes for the health, care and social sectors throughout Austria. “The closer the compulsory vaccination law comes, the greater the concerns from all sides that this measure has no justification. Apparently the Red Cross has now pulled the rip cord and decided to withdraw from the vaccination campaign,” Schnedlitz said.

    Billions spent on jabs

    The pharmaceutical industry has been closing deals worth billions with Austria. This was revealed by the FPÖ’s parliamentary question to Health Minister Wolfgang Mückstein (Greens).

    FPÖ leader Herbert Kickl noted with great surprise that more and more genetic engineering injections are being ordered, although less and less of them are being consumed.

    “This exposes the crude and expensive dealings of the Austrian government with the vaccination industry, which not only confirm the worst expectations, but exceed them,” Kickl said.

    Austria has so far been billed 246 million euros by the pharmaceutical giants until the end of October. So far, 23,9 of the ordered 57 million vaccine doses have been delivered. More than 300 million euros will have to be paid for the 33,1 million vaccine doses still to be delivered. The government still wants to buy another 33,5 million.

    At least 283 140 vaccine doses have gone where they actually belong: on the rubbish heap.

    Over half a billion euros for vaccine manufacturers

    “In total, the Austrian Federal Government has done business with the vaccination industry to the tune of over half a billion euros so far. And with the purchase of another 33 million vaccine doses planned for this year, another 300 million euros will be added. So the Corona vaccinations of Austrians are a billion euro deal of the federal government with the vaccination industry,” Kickl added.

    Less than half of the vaccine doses consumed

    Huge quantities of “vaccines” were ordered, which they can only get rid of “by forcing the population to have the vaccine administered”. Vaccination lotteries and raffles are used to lure people, Kickl explained. Less than half of the quantities ordered have actually been delivered and consumed so far. “The legally imposed and unconstitutional compulsory vaccination is due to nothing more than a pathological compulsion to buy on the part of the federal government.”

    All corruption indices show that the pharmaceutical industry is among the most corrupt business sectors in the world. “Who benefits from Austria ordering more and more vaccine, although less and less vaccine is needed and the Corona pandemic continues to decline?”

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