3,000 People Protest Against Coronavirus Restrictions in Croatia

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Up to three thousand people gathered in the Croatian capital Zagreb on Saturday to protest against the country’s coronavirus restrictions, claiming they endanger human rights and freedoms.

Speakers who addressed the gathering, dubbed ‘Freedom Festival’, included outspoken anti-vaxxers and conspiracy theorists who called upon people to rise against the authorities.

”We are under a dictatorship,” said one of the protesters, said Vilim Karlovic. “Our enemies are using murderous vaccines which are toxic and are killing our people.”

Another protester, hospitality worker Leposlava Biskupic, said she was against all anti-virus measures. “It is a form of murder,” she asserted.

Croatia’s coronavirus death toll is just under 8,500.

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