Oskar Lafontaine is a German politician and the former leader of the Social Democrats. Back in July I reported on his surprising departure from the Narrative concerning the experimental mRNA treatments for SARS-CoV-2 being pushed on the population via government propaganda. In an American political context, the media might label Mr. Lafontaine a “maverick”.
Oskar Lafontaine is continuing his maverick stance, supporting a prominent footballer who has declined to be “vaccinated”.
Many thanks to Hellequin GB for translating this article from PolitikStube:
Oskar Lafontaine: Kimmich and the Covidiots
The left-wing politician Oskar Lafontaine spoke out in the “vaccination debate” about the Bavarian professional Joshua Kimmich in a Facebook post, and wrote:
It has been observed for a long time that the polemical word “Covidiots” falls back on a number of people who are treated as experts in Germany and who believe they can teach others. The reactions to the Bavarian football star Joshua Kimmich’s declaration that he has not been vaccinated and, because he does not know the long-term consequences of vaccines, he is waiting for a classic vaccine (dead vaccine), show once more the plight of German expertise. For once, I don’t want to quote the Covid Crybaby Lauterbach, but the head of the Paul Ehrlich Institute and the chairman of the Standing Vaccination Commission (Stiko).
The head of the Paul Ehrlich Institute, Klaus Cichutek, said: “In general, with vaccines, most side effects occur within a few hours or days, in rare cases even after weeks. Long-term side effects that only occur after years are generally not known with vaccines.”
The man should be praised; he deserves a job where he can do less harm.
The chairman of the Stiko, Thomas Mertens, told the news agency dpa: “There is a consensus in science that side effects occurring late after a vaccination do not occur, or are an extreme rarity for individual vaccines”.
You don’t even have to know the cases in which long-term effects of vaccinations have been observed, it is sufficient to quote from the contracts that were concluded with the vaccine manufacturers BioNTech/Pfizer: “The buyer acknowledges that the long-term effects and the effectiveness of the vaccine is currently unknown and that the vaccine may have undesirable effects that are currently unknown.” If the head of the Paul Ehrlich Institute and the chairman of the Standing Vaccination Commission were right, then the pharmaceutical company would not have had the idea to protect itself this way.
Kimmich is not only an excellent footballer, he can also think more clearly than some of the so-called experts. And that he, like many others, is waiting for a classic vaccine raises the question of why the European Medicines Agency (EMA) has still not approved a classic vaccine, even though the two Chinese dead vaccines from Sinovac and Sinopharm have been used millions of times to vaccinate people around the world.