General Fought To Silence Dissenters
In January, the General caused an uproar when he fought to regulate the expressions of opinion of soldiers in public. As a result, the Chief of Staff of Defense Minister Klaudia Tanner and Major Striedinger formulated a decree to restrict the soldier’s freedom of expression and prohibit any criticism of the federal government.
The General argued that soldiers were making inappropriate appearances on the internet. For example, a female soldier spread Covid theories online that were not in lockstep with the state’s narrative.
The WHO also confirmed this in an updated report from late last week for documented cases from 38 countries. In addition, the US Department of Health (CDC) reports something similar for the United States.
In America, according to the CDC, the highest number of “omicron” cases were in young people between the ages of 18 and 39. Around 75 percent of those infected were “fully vaccinated,” a third of people even had a booster.
The military’s involvement follows the same suggestions made by Bill Gates in 2015. In a New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM) article, Gates called for a global militarized agency to stand above all nations in fighting pandemics. He had close cooperation with NATO in mind. National security regulations should be circumvented and override the constitutions of sovereign states. In addition, the billionaire called for the creation of surveillance and monitoring systems. Gates wants the United Nations, G7 countries, NATO, and the World Bank to work together to implement his ideal response team.
In April 2015, Gates gave a Ted Talk, which he called, “The next outbreak? We’re not ready.” From minute 5:30 on, the self-appointed leader explains his ideas about the use of the military for pandemics: