On Sunday, in Denmark, citizens protested in several cities against the harsh lockdowns imposed by the left-wing government. The Danish are demanding their freedoms and rights be restored. Demonstrators shouted: “Freedom for Denmark, we have had enough” as police used weapons such as clubs against the demonstrators.
Violence broke out in the country’s Capital of Copenhagen and in the city of Aalborg, after the government announced even tighter measures on top of the partial lockdown in place since December 25. Initially, the lockdown was supposed to last until January 3, but it has now been provisionally extended to January 17.
Citizens voiced their frustrations at Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen, and claimed the restrictions have nothing to do with coronavirus but for control and power over the people.
Watch the following video of the protest in Copenhagen,
Denmark’s pharmacies, supermarkets and food stores are allowed to stay open. Citizens must do all work from home and all schools, bars, restaurants and most shops are forced to stay closed. The state has also announced gatherings of more than five people are banned, down from 10. People are required to stay two metres (six feet) apart, rather than one meter.
On Friday, the country also banned entry for foreigners without a negative virus test from the previous 24 hours. It also advised against all travel abroad and announced that airlines flying to Denmark would need to make sure that all passengers had tested coronavirus negative to be able to land.
The controversial gene-altering Chinese coronavirus vaccination has started being administered to the elderly in nursing homes, people with critical illnesses and health and care workers. Afterwards, invitations will be sent to the oldest citizens who live in their own homes. Special vaccination centers are being set up in the different regions. Citizens who receive an invitation can make an appointment to be vaccinated.
Denmark is even preparing to make special coronavirus vaccine passports for citizens to prove they have been injected with the vaccine. “We expect countries to ask for evidence that people have been vaccinated when they enter the country. A Danish vaccine passport can come in handy here ”, the Danish Ministry of Health stated.
As previously reported at RAIR Foundation USA, prominent German virologist Dr. Sucharit Bhakdi warned the public of the vaccines major risks. These major risks can be grouped into the following four primary buckets.
First, the testing for these vaccines was conducting on young, healthy individuals with the strongest immune systems. It is a major unknown how the elderly population and those with pre-existing conditions will respond to these vaccines.
Next, these gene-altering Messenger RNA (mRNA) vaccinations “can cause very serious allergic reactions.” The mRNA is described at the CDC as “a new type of vaccine to protect against infectious diseases,” and Bhakdi has warned that this type of vaccine is “still unknown scientifically and medically.”
Third, the vaccines can contribute an adverse overreaction to subsequent naturally occurring infections. More specifically, once injected into the body, the vaccine races and spreads throughout your body risking the dangers immediate bodily overreaction or allergic reaction.
Lastly, the vaccines bring with them the possibility of autoimmune disease that can cause death, theoretically, and female infertility. A sentiment echoed by Italian Doctor, Dr. Giuseppe Delicati, who is under attack by the state for voicing his medical concerns.
Watch Dr. Sucharit Bhakdi outlined the vaccines “four major risks”