Source: Free West Media

Parents have complained about the biology teacher at the Würtz Ádám Primary School and Elementary Art School in Tamasi, Hungary, because he wanted to reward students who had been vaccinated against the Coronavirus and punish those who had not received the jab.

“The start of school-year is approaching, and this time we are still preparing for it in the spirit of protection against the Coronavirus epidemic, because the virus is still here, and, unfortunately, a fourth wave cannot be ruled out.” With this introduction on the website of the primary school named after Ádám Würtz, the three-time Munkácsy Prize-winning graphic designer and renowned artist born in Tamasi, pupils aged 12 and over were urged to take the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine at their school.

The school’s biology teacher decided to reward pupils who had already received the Covid-19 vaccine and punish those who had not been vaccinated. The latter group had to take their seats at the back so as “not to cough on” their friends.

“My son told me about it last week, after he got home from school,” István told Hungarian daily Blikk, and he asked not to be identified by his real name in the article because he did not want his child to suffer any disadvantage because of his statement. “My son also said that the biology teacher kept making comments about the unvaccinated, and then told the class that those who had a vaccination card would be given a better grade.”

Several parents complained

The parent said that he found this outrageous, but advised his child to ignore what had happened. Some parents, however, did not shrug it off, but lodged a complaint about the teacher.

The headmaster of the primary school, László Gasparics, told Blikk that the situation had been resolved.

“Parents told me that one of my colleagues had gone a bit overboard. I even received a message on Messenger over the weekend,” the head of the school told the newspaper. “I called the teacher in, had a chat with him and then gave him a verbal warning, because vaccination must not be an advantage or disadvantage for anyone here.”

László Gasparics stressed that he considered his colleague to be a good person and a good teacher.

“He himself also realised that what he had said to the students could cause misunderstandings or displeasure. So he promised me that he would clarify the matter with the students in every class.”

Some 185 000 pupils have been injected

Almost 40 percent of schoolchildren aged 12 and over were vaccinated this summer, István György, Minister of State for Regional Administration at the Prime Minister’s Office, told the state media at the start of the school year. He said that 185 000 pupils had taken advantage of the opportunity to be vaccinated against the Coronavirus this summer.

The vaccination programme will continue, with children aged 12 and over eligible to apply.

German pediatrician warns against vaccinating children against Covid-19

In Germany, pediatrician Dr. Stefanie Krohne-Reichert from Baden-Württemberg resigned from the professional association of paediatricians that recommends child vaccinations: “In Germany, I would have thought it impossible that politicians would ever impose a direct or indirect compulsory vaccination on unvaccinated people.”

“The current Covid-19 vaccinations are novel vaccinations that were developed in a very few months and then received a conditional, so-called emergency approval as part of a pandemic ’emergency’. With the best will in the world, I cannot recognize this emergency in young patients and especially in children.

“Certain very strict approval requirements that previously had to be met for vaccines do not apply to the new vaccines. No statements can be made about long-term side effects (including autoimmune diseases, cancer and possible effects on fertility).

“Furthermore, there is no doubt that the vaccination cannot produce herd immunity and that those who have been vaccinated can very well contract Covid-19 and then pass on the virus with the same viral load. We are currently seeing this in countries with a high vaccination rate (Israel, Great Britain, USA, Gibraltar, etc.), where the number of cases is exploding.

“The side effects of the vaccinations, especially for young people, are considerable,” she said.

“In all the years as a resident pediatrician, I have ‘inoculated’ more than 25 000 doses of vaccine and so far only very, very rarely had to report unusual side effects to the PEI. However, the profile of the Covid-19 vaccines differs from conventional vaccinations, both in terms of the intensity as well as the frequency and severity of the side effects.”

According to Krohne-Reichert the current vaccination drive is nothing more than a worldwide human experiment and a “purely politically motivated decision”.

“Children are five times more likely to contract Covid-19 without symptoms, i.e. without any symptoms and they have long-lasting, stable immunity afterwards. After a vaccination, the vaccination protection wears off relatively quickly; sterile immunity has never been achieved with the vaccines.”

Sweden and Belarus are not jabbing children

In Sweden and Belarus, the start of the schoolyear has been a relief for parents who do not want their children masked and jabbed. Both countries have seen a normal academic entry for their youngsters.