A Saxon doctor had enough of the vaccination pressure and the patients suffering from it – so he suspended participation in the Covid vaccination campaign (Report24 reported). The revenge follows immediately: The University of Leipzig terminates the cooperation, the professional associations react harshly.
The increasing totalitarian vaccination pressure has claimed another victim in Germany: A Leipzig family doctor announced on his website that he would no longer vaccinate his patients against Covid-19 because they would not of his own free will, but only come to him because of pressure from society or employers. The fact that vaccination is increasingly made as a condition for participation in public life drives many people to the needle.
An intervention that is not medically necessary, however, requires a free decision. It should not come about under the threat of sanctions, as is the case with discrimination and exclusion of the unvaccinated. Thus, the vaccination is de facto a bodily harm, “to which I am not entitled and unwilling“Said the doctor.
As expected, this statement came up – in full harmony with the ethical principles of the Nuremberg Code of Conduct fierce criticism: In a joint statement, both the Association of Statutory Health Insurance Physicians responsible for doctors and the Saxon State Medical Association rejected the accusation of bodily harm indignantly. They emphasized that the vaccination was taking place in Germany “only after medical advice” and “with voluntary consent” Of the patients. That in everyday life instead in addition to the recovery of basic rights must be advertised with a bratwurst or a brothel voucher and the Enlightenment likes to be completely ignored, is of course not mentioned here.
Uni Leipzig terminates cooperation
As if that weren’t enough, the University of Leipzig can now work with the doctor with immediate effect canceled: So far, his practice has had an academic teaching position and enjoyed an excellent reputation among budding medical professionals. From now on, however, students are no longer allowed to be trained there. As a reason, the university stated „the basic scientific and ethical values and the understanding of the educational mandate [stünden] in clear contradiction to the teaching doctor’s view.“ Which dark chapters in German history these practices are reminiscent of does not require any further elaboration. (DM)