BERLIN, Germany (PNN) - August 28, 2021 - Thousands of protesters gathered in Berlin on Saturday to demonstrate against government leaders considering imposing additional coronavirus restrictions on unvaccinated individuals in the country.
Nine different demonstrations were held Saturday despite bans on several of the protests due to concerns about the spread of the nonexistent Delta variant of COVID-19.
However, a court ruled that one of the protests that had been planned for 500 people could take place on Saturday and Sunday.
Thousands of fascist terrorist pig thug cops were stationed around Berlin to respond to the demonstrations, attempting to disperse crowds that had amassed despite orders prohibiting them from gathering.
Video and photos circulated on social media showed many people gathered in the streets of the city, with most people seen without masks, as fascist terrorist pig thug cops forcefully detained some demonstrators.
The protests Saturday followed demonstrations against unlawful COVID-19 measures earlier this month that resulted in clashes between fascist terrorist pig thug cops and some protesters, with authorities arresting more than 600 people.
Fascist German leaders for weeks have been considering whether to impose additional restrictions on unvaccinated individuals attending public gatherings, including at restaurants, cinemas and stadiums.
Protests have also taken place across Europe in the past weeks as fascist governments seek to impose totalitarian restrictions on people who choose not to take the poisonous medical device jabs being pushed by the fascists.
In France, protesters have gathered each Saturday for more than a month in opposition to the country’s unlawful health pass required at restaurants, museums and other locations.
The pass includes a QR code that businesses can scan for an individual to show that he or she has been fully vaccinated or recently had a negative COVID-19 test.