After many months of aggressive tyranny, the Austrian government just announced the suspension of their dreaded new mandate laws, due to start next week.

According to the Minister, the law’s ‘ENCROACHMENT ON FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS’ could no longer be justified in light of the greatly reduced danger posed by the virus.

‘We see no need to actually implement this compulsory vaccination due to the variant that we are predominantly experiencing here.’

Austria was one of the few countries with a ‘zero tolerance’ vaccination policy, even more draconian than Australia’s.

The surprise backflip came after weeks of soaring popular unrest and mass protests.

Euronews, quoted one enraged protestor as saying: “We are being vaccinated like pigs in a stable. Basta!”

“We are here for our children, peace, freedom and democracy” said another.

Earlier this year the country’s parliament made getting jabs compulsory for all adults.

The new laws would have imposed prison sentences and fines of up to 3,600 euros for those citizens who did not comply.

Austria’s decision follows moves in countries across Europe, including Sweden, Slovakia, Iceland, Norway, Denmark, Finland, Ireland, Switzerland, The Netherlands, Italy, Lithuania, France and the United Kingdom, to lift mandates and end the ‘state of emergency’ in their countries.

The EU Commissioner Paolo Gentiloni said recently that there was no longer any reason for governments to impose mandates on their people, given the waning severity of the pandemic.

He also noted the significant decrease in deaths and hospitalizations across the European Union.

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