TALLINN - Just like last week, the Foundation for the Protection of Family and Tradition (SAPTK) is about to picket the Stenbock House government seat in Tallinn starting at 9:30 a.m. on Thursday to protest against the vaccine passport system and what it describes as "other dictatorship-style coronavirus restrictions" and the "injection of a substance with unfinished safety research, called coronavirus vaccine, in children."
First and foremost, according to SAPTK, the picket it is a protest against de facto compulsory vaccination, which is becoming more and more widespread in Estonia, leaving many people with the choice between losing their careers, jobs and incomes, or injecting themselves with substances required by the government, and due to which a large part of society is excluded from public life.
"The position of Prime Minister Kaja Kallas that the system of vaccine passports and the exclusion of a large part of members of society from public life on this basis are here to stay is absolutely unacceptable and we will never accept this," Varro Vooglaid, the organizer of the picket, said.
According to Vooglaid, the peaceful pickets by SAPTK also express solidarity with MEM Cafe and other business operators that are not willing to implement the vaccine passport system.
The organizers emphasize the need not to give in to possible provocations and ask picketers to refrain from violence in the event of provocations.