The following translations (all done in a mammoth effort, in record time, by MissPiggy) concern an exposé published by the German tabloid Bild showing that the government was aware that intensive care units in hospitals were overwhelmingly inhabited by migrants, did nothing to address the issue, and covered up the news about it.
The report has caused shockwaves to spread through the alternative media in Germany. (I haven’t heard of any other MSM outlets following Bild’s lead on it.)
First, a summary of what happened from Politically Incorrect:
Are the Coercive Corona Measures “Thanks” to the Failed Integration Policy?
The COVID Taboo: 90% of ventilator patients have a migration background
[Photo caption: It is mainly migrants who are in intensive care units during the corona crisis]
by the Analyst
THE BILD newspaper is unrecognisable. For quite some time now, the flagship of the mainstream press has been doing exactly what its job is supposed to be: exposing grievances and criticising the accompanying government actions. A brand-new article, which is unfortunately only accessible behind a paywall, proves that THE BILD newspaper dares to touch the very hot poker concerning facts that are taboo in our country.
In the article the reader learns about a conversation that the head of the Robert Koch Institute, Professor Lothar Wieler, recently had with a group of chief physicians. The subject: MD Thomas Voshaar, the chief physician of the lung clinic in the Bethanien hospital in Moers, arranged an internal evaluation of the months between November and December 2020, as well as the beginning of January 2021. This showed that more than 90 percent of the intubated, critically ill Corona patients in the intensive care units had a migration background. Internally, it was agreed to refer to these patients as “patients with a communication barrier”.
The head of the RKI already knew about it
Prof. Wieler was already aware of this problem beforehand. He commented:
“I heard the same thing, but it’s a taboo. I have tried to approach certain people. We have to reach out to this religious group through imams. The whole thing has huge implications for Berlin. It’s a real problem.”
“Oh God, Oh God, Oh God.”
So obviously it is mainly Muslims who cannot be reached because of the “communication barrier”. The head of the RKI calls a spade a spade and the BILD prints it. Respect.
Moreover, Wieler speaks of parallel societies in the middle of our country, four million people who cannot be reached. The RKI boss literally says: “And that’s crap.” Although this group makes up only 4.8% of the population, it represents 50% of the patients in intensive care units.
MD Thomas Voshaar informed Federal Minister of Health Jens Spahn about the facts. Voshaar to BILD:
“Everyone I’ve spoken to, up to and including Mr. Spahn, has said “Oh God, oh God, oh God.”
However, as the BILD has learned from a government spokesman, Spahn did not find it necessary to pass on this information to the Chancellor’s Office. Consequently, it was never an issue at the chancellor’s Corona summits with the governors of the states. “O God, oh God, oh God”, is also the answer concerning the politics during this pressing crisis.
Lockdown due to “patients with communication barriers”?
Keep in mind that the compulsory Corona measures are imposed ostensibly to avoid overcrowding in intensive care units. So now we learn by mistake that migrants predominantly occupy intensive care units due to COVID, because the government is unable to make it clear to them how they should behave. It is euphemistically called a “communication barrier”.
A better expression would be: “Disastrously failed integration policy,” the results of which — as we now know — significantly lead to the fact that we have been locked up, businesses have gone bankrupt and our senior citizens have died of loneliness in nursing homes.
The second article is a report from Tichys Einblick. See the original articles for screenshots of the tweets referred to (in German):