It seems that Germans who are elderly and/or sickly, and who managed to survive both COVID-19 and “vaccination”, will require a booster shot just to make sure.
Many thanks to Hellequin GB for translating this article from PolitikStube:
The weakest are in the cross-hairs again
Spahn: Prepare possible booster vaccinations for people in need of care
Even before the start of vaccination, Federal Minister of Health Jens Spahn had his sights set on the elderly and the sick, who should get their turn first as guinea pigs, so to speak, i.e. those who already have a lot of suffering or severe ailments, so that the sometimes serious side effects of the administration of the vaccine can be blamed on the previous illness or even death can be swept under the carpet.
Spahn’s Corona Plan Agenda program is not just about vaccinating. Booster vaccinations are also on the agenda, and people in need of care should again have the honor, although unenlightened and unknowingly, to be the first to take part in the procedure in order to weaken them even further, to endanger or… thoughts are free.
Epoch Times: Federal Minister of Health Jens Spahn (CDU) said on Thursday that possible booster vaccinations for people in need of treatment in care facilities have already been “mentally” prepared. “I am expecting recommendations from the Standing Vaccination Commission soon, which concerns immunosuppressed people and the need for a booster vaccination,” said Spahn.
Stiko [Ständige Impfkommission, Standing Committee on Vaccination] boss Mertens did not want to interfere in the actual preparation. “I currently don’t know exactly what the plans are, and it’s not our Stiko task, either,” said the committee chairman. At the moment, Stiko does not need any “signals” from the federal government, but rather data “as always”. “Discussions about necessary measures will take place,” said Mertens.