In the following report on the upholding of a vax mandate in Germany, note this excerpt from the judges’ statement: “The very low probability of serious consequences of a vaccination…”
This is a simple assertion by the court, and is not supported by empirical data. Even official government statistics show the manifold detrimental side-effects of the “vaccine”, which include disability and death. It is widely thought that such adverse effects are under-reported, which means that the vax is more dangerous than the disease.
Through simple assertions such as this one, the law is made. No science is involved. No actuaries are consulted by the court. The reality is what the court says it is.
Many thanks to Hellequin GB for translating this article from Die Welt:
Federal Constitutional Court approves institution-related Corona vaccination
Vaccination for nursing and medical staff is constitutional. The Federal Constitutional Court dismissed a constitutional complaint. The protection of vulnerable groups carries more weight than the restriction of fundamental rights.
The Federal Constitutional Court has confirmed the institution-related vaccination requirement. According to information on Thursday, the highest German court rejected a constitutional complaint against corresponding parts of the Infection Protection Act. “The very low probability of serious consequences of a vaccination is offset by the significantly higher probability of damage to the life and limb of vulnerable people,” the Karlsruhe judges justified their decision. The further development of the Corona pandemic with the Omicron variant does not justify a different assessment. (AZ: 1 BvR 2649/21)
The so-called facility-related compulsory vaccination was decided in December 2021 in order to better protect particularly vulnerable people, for example in nursing homes. Since mid-March 2022, employees in clinics, nursing homes or medical practices have had to provide proof of full Corona vaccination or recovery. Anyone who cannot be vaccinated for health reasons must also prove this. However, there are problems with the implementation of compulsory vaccination. After the failure of a general Corona vaccination requirement in April, calls to abolish facility-related vaccination requirements became louder.
More than 50 people came to Karlsruhe, many of whom are themselves employed in healthcare professions. The court rejected their urgent application for the temporary suspension of compulsory vaccination in February.
Afterword from the translator:
After Karl Lauterbach received a further €830 million for the vaccination mess and Karlsruhe had already waved all other Corona measures through, the verdict is not surprising. If politics hides the medical facts and the data that speak against “vaccination”, then why should the highest court deal with it in detail? Roland Freisler sends his regards from Hell, it would seem.