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Police used a water cannon at a protest against COVID restrictions, ahead of a major European Union summit in Slovenia. Riot police also fired tear gas to disperse the crowd. A protest leader was reportedly detained. The demonstration was not directly linked to the EU summit, but protesters used it as an opportunity to denounce the government’s COVID measures. Slovenia has introduced strict steps to curb the virus. Vaccination or proof of recovery is now mandatory for government workers. A health pass is required to access most services, including hospitals, restaurants and, petrol stations. #Slovenia#protest#covid19
Today the people in The Netherlands are protesting in The Hague against the introduction of the corona pass. People without QR code and a positive checkmark in the covid check app are no longer allowed in public places like restaurants, cinema’s, theatre’s etc. #thenetherlands#covid19#coronapassport#qrcode
Several arrests have been made with swarms of police deployed as anti-vaccination protesters begin to congregate on the streets of Melbourne for a sixth consecutive day of demonstrations. Demonstrators – who have promised to show out in numbers – have gathered at St Kilda to rally against a vaccine mandate imposed by the Victorian government on construction workers.
The narrative about who was to blame for Melbourne’s violent protests got “truly bizarre,” according to Digital Editor Jack Houghton. Some media linked the violence seen during the protests to far-right groups, while CFMEU’s Dave Noonan said anti-vax groups and “extreme right neo-Nazis” carried the blame. On Wednesday during the ABC’s Afternoon Briefing program, academic Greg Barton speculated the “political context” in Melbourne was different during the protests. “We’ve got a Labor government that’s being hammered by some elements of the Murdoch press to be frank, and that’s created a permissive environment for people going on about dictator Dan,” Mr Barton told the ABC’s Patricia Karvelas. According to Mr Houghton, Karvelas did not challenge Barton on his views. “The ABC blames the Murdoch media for the construction worker protests,” Mr Houghton said. “She (Karvelas) allowed the conspiracy theory to be aired across the nation.”
Freedom of choice, freedom of speech and freedom to protest all seem to be gone in Australia of today. A completely insane use of force and violence by police is increasing by the day against protesters. People in Australia protest the vaccine mandates, forced vaccinations and endless lockdowns. #melbourne#victoria#australia
Business columnist Terry McCrann says Victorian Premier Dan Andrews shutting down the state’s construction industry was an act of “sheer petulance”. “Shutting down the construction industry was not part of that plan on Sunday, so why was it necessary on Monday night to do so? “Purely because of what we saw on the streets of Melbourne,” Mr McCrann said. “This is directly attacking not only his own base, but directly attacking something so important to the Victorian economy. “Going into 2022, things don’t look that spectacular for Victoria.”
Sky News reporter Julia Bradley says protesters in Melbourne have “turned on” the mainstream media. “We have seen protesters throughout the course of today; they’ve really turned on mainstream media,” she said. “One reporter was even put in a headlock, had urine thrown at him. “Certainly, some violent scenes on the streets of Melbourne today.”
Police use a water cannon against protesters outside the Federal Palace in Bern, Switzerland, where thousands of people demonstrate against the health pass that came into effect this week in the country. #Bern#Switzerland#MandatoryVaccines#HealthPass
Anti-vaccination protesters interfered with Green Party chancellor candidate Annalena Baerbock’s campaign event in Stuttgart, on Tuesday. With whistles, trumpets, loudspeakers, and megaphones, the protesters tried to drown out the politician’s speech at Marienplatz. Protesters were holding up signs reading ‘Hands off our children’ and ‘Basic rights instead of privileges’ and chanted ‘Baerbock has to go’ at the stage during the whole speech. Some protesters were wearing yellow armbands labelled ‘unvaccinated’ comparing the vaccination process and its regulations to the Nazi rule. Baerbock addressed the protest and offered to answer their questions after the event. “You only have to be patient for 20 minutes, just like at school, and I’ll be happy to answer your questions,” she said. The Green cancidate is currently on a campaign tour for the German federal elections set for September 26. Her next stops will be Wurzburg, Erlangen, and Munich on September 22.
Riot police storm Paris station as fire erupts in Lyon in angry protests against Macron FRANCE has erupted in protest at Emmanuel Macron’s Covid vaccine passport policy as police clash with protestors in Lyon and Paris. Covid vaccine protests have erupted across France as Emmanuel Macron faces a public backlash over the French Government’s handling of the pandemic. Police in Paris and Lyon have clashed with angry demonstrators who gathered in protest on Saturday at the country’s Covid health pass law which requires people to have a certificate of vaccination in order to enter public areas such as cafes, public transport, or shops. Protestors have taken to the streets in Lyon in large numbers, with police reportedly firing tear gas in a bid to prevent the march’s progress. Footage of social media shows hundreds of demonstrators making their way through streets black with tear gas. In the background, objects can be seen being hurled at police lines. Meanwhile, a separate clip appears to show French police officers attempting to confront a large mob of demonstrators inside a Paris metro station. Riot police can be seen confronting protestors in the Châtelet metro station in the heart of Paris. Shocked commuters can be seen heading up the escalators as the French police charge down to confront the protestors Demonstrators unfurled a banner in the station and began charing anti-vaccine pass slogans. The clashes mark the eighth consecutive weekend of protests against France’s Covid-19 health pass.
Last weekend a total of 160,000 people took part in Covid vaccine protests across France according to the country’s interior ministry By the evening of Saturday, authorities had logged 222 separate protest actions, according to France 24. In total, police arrested sixteen people were arrested. Meanwhile, three police officers suffered slight injuries in the clashes. It comes as a new report published by the European Council on Foreign Relations highlighted growing discontent over Macron’s Covid restrictions. The report read: “In France, the pandemic has led to striking changes of political philosophy in the main governing and opposition parties. This is the ‘nonbinary democracy’.
“The crisis has driven the liberal supporters of Emmanuel Macron’s centrist political platform to support highly interventionist state action, with 89 percent of those who expressed an opinion believing that the restrictions were either right or not strict enough. Meanwhile, among the current supporters of Marine Le Pen, whose party has often sought a more authoritarian state, almost one-third (33 percent) of those who expressed their opinion think that the restrictions were too strict and hence want their party to pose as a tribune of freedom against the repressive power of the pandemic state.”
Dozens of people who escaped a crackdown on pro-democracy activists in Belarus last year now fear being deported from Georgia. A security agreement between Tbilisi and Minsk took effect earlier this month and has sparked concern. Al Jazeera’s Robin Forestier-Walker reports from Tbilisi, Georgia.
Dozens of protesters gathered outside a CDU citizens’ dialogue campaign event in Leipzig on Thursday, to protest against the party and in particular the policies put in place to fight the coronavirus pandemic. Protesters could be seen waving various placards and banners and chanting ‘Traitors to the people’ at those attending the CDU event. Saxony Minister President Michael Kretschmer was booed by the protesters as his vehicle arrived at the event, and dozens of people were deployed to keep the protesters separate from the event. A cordoned-off demonstration area was set up at a square nearby. #Leipzig#CDU#Germany
More footage from Australia is going viral and painting our country as a “dystopian nightmare” where individual rights are not protected and a scared populace submits to a police state, according to Sky News host Rita Panahi. “To us, a bunch of teenagers being handcuffed in the middle of the night and fined $1,000 each for the crime of meeting at a Sydney beach has become normal,” she said.
“But the rest of the world looks in abject horror.” Ms Panahi said people around the world are “marvelling” at what’s happening in Australia, noting Fox News anchor Tucker Carlson has taken aim at how Australian police are treating protesters. “There is similar commentary and discussions I’ve seen from the UK,” Ms Panahi said. “Is this how we want to be perceived as a country?”