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Austian Actress Demands 'Vaccine Opponents Are Beaten Up', Receives Massive Audience Applause (Video) 

When a conversation during the news show “Kölner Treff” turned to demonstrators protesting against the controversial Covid “vaccines,” famous Austrian actress Heidelinde Weis vented her hate: “These people are to be beaten!”, She explained and promptly received applause from the audience and interlocutors.

The 82-year-old Weis rarely appears in public. She became a TV favorite in 1971 with popular show, “The Woman in White.”  So her controversial appearance on Friday evening, October 14, at the WDR talk show, “Kölner Treff”, was all the more memorable. When TV presenter Daniel Aßmann talked about how his father fell ill with Covid, initially found no place in the hospital, died a little later, and how problematic the division in society is, the native of Carinthia blurted out: “I was so angry too,” Weis said.

Then she continued: “How can people be so stupid and really not think about what they are doing? They take to the streets and demonstrate against vaccination. They really should be beaten up, these people.”

The audience and most guests applauded immediately, such as bassist Björn Both from the band Santiano, star chef Max Strohe and somewhat more cautiously, fellow actor Anna Schudt. The discussion continued without interruption.

Meanwhile, just days ago, the new premier of Alberta, Canada, Danielle Smith, was the first government in the world to formally apologize for violating the civil rights of unvaccinated people. She offered them their jobs back and said she was considering dropping all lockdown prosecutions.

Amy Mek

Investigative Journalist: Banned in parts of Europe, Wanted by Islamic countries, Threatened by terror groups, Hunted by left-wing media, Smeared by Hollywood elites & Fake religious leaders.

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