Danish authorities have been forced to abandon a bill that would have required the population to be vaccinated against the CCP Virus (COVID-19) after nine days of mass protests.

According to several reports, the so-called pandemic law allowed forced vaccination of people who refused the vaccine, as well as forced medical examinations and detention in isolation centers. It even provided for the use of public force for coercion.

Had it been passed, the regulation would also have given additional powers to the Minister of Health and Elderly to enact mandatory quarantine measures against any person infected with the CCP Virus.

According to the DR site, the word coercion appeared 92 times in the proposed law.

Among other acts, the law stipulated that anyone infected with a dangerous disease, or anyone suspected of being infected, must be examined, hospitalized, treated, and isolated so that the infection does not spread.

In some cases, it allowed the use of coercion, physical restraint, blocking of facilities, and authorized the police to act in case of resistance.

It was this set of measures, especially mandatory vaccination, that sparked a wave of popular demonstrations that culminated in the abandonment of the law.

Mandatory vaccination

If the compulsory vaccination had been sanctioned, the government could have taken punitive measures against those who refused to get it. 

This ban could have been extended to such basic activities as attending a show or taking a plane.

That is why people went out to demonstrate in what they saw as an attempt to trample on their most basic freedoms.

“The people resisted. The proposal was dropped. Well done, Denmark,” noted author AJ Kay on Twitter.

But not only the civilian population, but specialists themselves had warned about the restrictions posed by the proposed law.

“We believe that there are regulations that go too far and should be changed,” had indicated Camilla Rathcke, president of the Danish Medical Association, when the initiative was still under consultation.

“We do not think it is necessary that there is so much power in a ministry. We do not want to be part of such a powerful structure,” said Anders Beich, president of the Danish Society of General Medicine.

Denmark’s protest is in addition to similar ones that took place in different parts of the world where authorities wanted to insist on mandatory vaccination.

In August, similar scenes occurred in Germany, when citizens flooded the streets of Berlin by the tens of thousands to protest against billionaire Bill Gates and Big Pharma.

Gates and his wife Melinda Gates have been at the center of criticism in recent months because of their growing influence on the WHO and public health policy, particularly their insistence on vaccinating as many people as possible against the CCP Virus.

“I say to my brothers and sisters in Africa, if they come up with a vaccine, be careful. Don’t let them vaccinate you with their history of treachery through vaccines, through medication,” warned African American religious leader Louis Farrakhan in July.

Farrakhan’s words are based on what happened years ago in Kenya, where a controversial vaccination plan promoted by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation in the African country ended up sterilizing millions of women.

The leader of the Nation of Islam proposed to convene a team of virologists and epidemiologists to inspect any vaccines developed to treat the CCP Virus.

Farrakhan went a step further and spoke about the theory, which is gaining increasing public attention, that Gates and Dr. Anthony Fauci, one of the leading figures in the White House Coronavirus Task Force, are working on a vaccine for population control.

In fact, Gates himself promised earlier this year to invest billions of dollars in an eventual vaccine against the CCP Virus.

“They’re making money now, plotting to give seven billion, five hundred million people a vaccination,” Farrakhan said.

“Dr. Fauci, Bill Gates, and Melinda—you want to depopulate the Earth. What the hell gave you that right? Who are you to sit down with your billions to talk about who can live, and who should die?” the religious leader said.