Austria: Nehammer sees radicalization | Abroad
A concrete example of the willingness to use violence is an arson attack on a police car in Linz. The two suspects then admitted that they wanted to kill two police officers who had previously checked them. “That is a degree of radicalization that is in no way acceptable.” There are death threats against the Chancellor and the Minister of Health.
At the demonstration, most people who died peacefully expressed their displeasure, but it also showed that “well-known neo-Nazis and representatives of the new right-wing extremist scene” were trying to stir up the mood. One of the incidents was the belittling of the Holocaust, demonstrators with a Jewish star would have marked themselves as “unvaccinated”. In addition, Chancellor Alexander Schallenberg recently met with the concentration camp doctor Josef Mengele. Mengele had killed many Jews through medical experiments during the Nazi regime.
In Austria, the pressure on unvaccinated people is enormous. There is a 3G rule in the workplace, a 2G rule that excludes unvaccinated people from large parts of public life, as well as a lockdown for everyone from Monday. While this measure is supposed to end on December 13th for vaccinated and convalescent people, it will continue to be gold-plated for unvaccinated people indefinitely. The country is suffering from a massive corona wave with a seven-day incidence falling well over 1,000 per 100,000 population.