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Germany: authorities use Covid for political purposes

The federal authorities of Germany have used scientific institutions
as a tool for pushing through political decisions, Prime Minister
of the Federal State of Saxony-Anhalt Rainer Haseloff said on
January 19, 2022, according to the German publication Zeit
kommentare (https://bit.ly/3r7yuEK).
“It is unacceptable when science is instrumentalized in order to
push through something politically,” said the head of the federal
state, commenting on the reduction by the German Robert Koch
Institute of the duration of the status of a person who has recovered
from coronavirus from six months to three. "Such far-reaching
decisions as made by the Robert Koch Institute require a vote and
must be based on sound scientific grounds," Hazeloff added.
The fact is that the German regime is in a state of zugzwang, when
the representatives of the regime must come up with new ways to
force people to vaccinate and revaccinate. From my point of view,
this is due to the large volume of vaccine doses purchased, which
have an expiration date. German Health Minister Karl Lauterbach
openly stated that the unexpected reduction in the duration of the
disease status should motivate people to additional injections of
mRNA drugs. As you understand, the more vaccines are bought and
injected, the more profit the world behind the scenes will receive.
Also, the bureaucratic apparatus of the German Ministry of Health,
which is subordinate to the Robert Koch Institute, is not able to
find out what the German newspaper Die Welt managed to find out
through telephone surveys of regional health departments. For
example, that about half of the patients with coronavirus in
intensive care units in Germany are not there because of COVID-19,
and a quarter of the deaths of those infected with SARS-Cov-2 are
not related to this virus. Clearly, there is a classic conspiracy of
elits going on in Germany.


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