Source: Free West Media
Wolfram Henn, the permanent member of the German Ethics Council, believes current and planned measures to force people to get the jab are still inadequate. The human geneticist appears not to be worried about the strange lapses spotted in the RKI’s data sets.
Henn, who works at Saarland University, formulated his ideas about the control of unvaccinated citizens in a recent interview with the Rheinische Post. “The 2G rule should generally apply when crossing internal EU borders. That would be epidemiologically sensible and ethically justified.”
To put it more clearly, this would mean that people’s freedom of movement would be completely controlled and, if necessary, prevented.
The ethics council member already participated in the Corona discussion in December 2020 with a rather radical train of thought. In a guest comment for the Bild newspaper on December 19, 2020, the scholar suggested that the unvaccinated not be given medical and emergency treatment: “If you want to totally refuse vaccination, you should be made to carry a document with you that says: ‘I don’t want to be vaccinated! I want to leave protection against the disease to others! I want to give up my intensive care bed when I get sick and forgo my life support’.”
Henn has already received backing from Alena Buyx, the current chairman of the Ethics Council. In March 2021 she announced the following: “The community of solidarity makes me a free offer that I can protect myself. I have all the information I need, the vaccination has been given 4,3 billion times worldwide. We know everything about safety. And yet I don’t do it. And now I would like the solidarity community to enable me to go to a restaurant anyway. At some point, it will no longer work.”
Henn notably has some powerful sponsors: He was a guest speaker at an oncology forum in the Schlossberg Hotel Homburg on October 28, 2020 – an event kindly supported by Pfizer.
No data available on the vaccine experiment
Meanwhile, serious allegations of misconduct have been surfacing regarding the Robert Koch Institute and its chief Christian Drosten. According to press reports, a second antibody study on Kupffer cells was started by the RKI on October 20, 2020. Results were announced for the first quarter of 2021, but nothing has been released since.
Curiously inexplicable changes have occurred in the data sets presented by the RKI, especially after the sudden death on December 11, of the head of studies at the RKI, Dr. Thomas Lampert. Lampert had campaigned strongly for a socially fair health system. There are hardly any indications of the cause of death, except for a small notice on DAGStat of his sudden passing.
Kupffer cells are integral in the innate responses of the immune system. They are also important for host defense and play a role in the metabolism of many different compounds including lipids, protein complexes, and small particles. They are also useful in removing apoptotic cells from circulation. These studies could shed light on the long-term effects of the jabs on immunity.
The RKI has been asked to publish, as was announced: “All data and the seroprevalence results obtained from them (i.e. also the original percentage of antibody tests positive for Sars-Cov-2, before and after performing neutralization tests, as well as before and after correction for sensitivity and specificity of the test) and the result of the percentage of unreported cases – the percentage of asymptomatic infections.”
The RKI has also yet to reveal the data and the results that have been announced several times for calculating the mortality rate from infections for the entirety of the “Corona monitoring local” studies or for “Corona monitoring nationwide” (RKI-SOEP study).
The authors of the demand underscored the large differences in the results of seroprevalence studies in other European countries, especially the UK.