First “Dead Day” in Luxembourg: citizens oppose the push for vaccines

In Luxembourg, the government is putting more and more pressure on citizens to get vaccinated. The anti-vaccine laws19 of 16 December 2021 and 24 December 2021 introduced the 2G (vaccinated or cured) or, for those who have not received a third dose, in the leisure and catering sector, the 2G+ (vaccinated-test or cured-test), as well as the 3G (cured or vaccinated-test in the workplace, with employees having to pay for the test. In addition, the government is already considering the introduction of a general vaccination obligation. A discussion on this is scheduled for mid-January.

Fearing that these measures will increasingly undermine the fundamental rights and freedoms of citizens, the “LUX-REAGIR” collective was formed. They are now looking for ways to urge the Luxembourg government to abandon this path towards a totalitarian state. They have therefore decreed the first “Dead Day” in Luxembourg for 17 January, during which all public life will come to a halt. As a sign of protest against the measures decided upon, citizens should not go to work, but simply stay at home.

To find out what prompted the “LUX-REAGIR” collective to launch this call, read their statement below:

17 January 2022: First Dead Day in Luxembourg!

Concerned to preserve the respect of individual and collective freedoms guaranteed by the Luxembourg Constitution and in application of Title I and Article 3 of the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union (*) in the field of biology and medicine, the LUX-REAGIR Collective states that the new anti-violence law19 of 16 December 2021 is discriminatory and therefore in conflict with the Constitution, on the one hand (art. 10 bis of the Constitution); and on the other hand, it violates the free consent, in particular that of children, enshrined in the Charter of Fundamental Rights. bis of the Constitution); and on the other hand, it violates the free consent, in particular that of children, enshrined in the Charter of Fundamental Rights.

Therefore: we are very concerned about our children in Luxembourg, in Europe and in the world. That is why we call on all workers who adhere to these essential values to STAY HOME on Monday 17 January 2022. This First Dead in Luxembourg in all sectors of activity must remind the government that power belongs to the people and not to elected representatives or elites. It concerns the vaccinated and the unvaccinated because:

Children cannot give their free consent by law as the government gradually moves us towards a vaccination obligation The “vaccine” is still in its experimental phase and the government does not specify who takes responsibility for possible side effects as a result of the injection; The ingredients of the “vaccine” have not been fully disclosed. There is no evidence that the “vaccine” does not contain substances hazardous to health. The WHO Director-General has publicly announced in an official statement (**) that a project to modify the human genome is underway to “improve public health”.

We reiterate our call for an end to the violation of free consent in the field of vaccination, especially that of children. The Grand Duchy of Luxembourg must come to a standstill on 17 January 2022 to force the government to open a dialogue. Dead Day in Luxembourg must put pressure on the Luxembourg government to withdraw its latest anti-vaccine law19 , which forces people to be vaccinated under threat of losing their jobs and being socially excluded. Stay at home on 17 January 2022:

To recreate the civic, social and family unity between the vaccinated and the unvaccinated, which is being destroyed by the health policy through the daily 2G (vaccinated or cured) and the 3G (paid test for 24 hours, at work); To protect our children together because they do not need to be vaccinated; To give a sense to Democracy and the Constitution, challenged by the totalitarian leaning decisions of the government. Let’s defend free consent and fundamental rights in Luxembourg. The LUX-REAGIR collective

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