The “sudden and unexpected” deaths have increased noticeably since the vaccination campaigns began. We received the news from St. Pantaleon in Upper Austria that the long-time community doctor Dr. Helmut Binder died of a heart attack “suddenly and unexpectedly while exercising his vocation as a doctor” close to his third vaccination.
By Edith Brötzner
One of his long-term patients, known to the editors, reports:
“I was still at my family doctor last week, Dr. Binder, because I picked up a sick note. I was a little cold and we immediately did a corona test, which, as expected, was negative. Then he tried to persuade me to have the corona vaccination with all his might. Even though I’ve told him twice that I don’t want to be vaccinated. I see from my work colleague that he has completely lost performance after his vaccination. He even needs a nap to get through the day. Because of my work, I have to walk up and down the roof and staircases more often. This vaccination is out of the question for me.
When I explained it to him in exactly the same way, he just laughed at me. He smiled at me and just said “what kind of theory that would be. He would be fine after the third vaccination. ” He hasn’t stopped trying to figure out why I don’t want to be vaccinated. I should show solidarity and think about the pandemic. He laughed at me and was immediately unpleasant to me. Then I didn’t say much more, grabbed my sick note and left.
At this appointment I decided to change my family doctor and no longer come to him, even though I had been with him since I was a child. I won’t be laughed at and force myself into a vaccination that I don’t need. The vaccination was also discussed in the waiting room. He always tried diligently to persuade all patients to be vaccinated in personal conversations.
And now Dr. Binder died of a heart attack on November 24th. A friend of mine did not want to be vaccinated under any circumstances. Until he was with our community doctor. He has known him – like me – since he was a small child. Dr. Binder persuaded him to have the vaccination for so long that he got himself vaccinated after all, even though he was totally against it. He practiced the vaccination into the patient almost by force. Another friend of mine also changed his family doctor because he persuaded all of his relatives to vaccinate. They are a bit older, go to the doctor regularly and trust what he tells them.
He talked them all into vaccination and vaccinated the patients himself. He worked there with abuse, tricks and fear. That’s not okay. He had a strong influence on his patients because he had known everyone for a long time and had their trust. Last week the doctor told me during our conversation that he was healthy and vaccinated three times. He was around sixty, non-smoker, and healthy. And now he has surprisingly died of a heart attack. A bit strange, isn’t it? “
We would like to take this opportunity to express our deepest condolences to the family of the deceased and note that we are not making any diagnosis or assuming an explicit connection between the doctor’s unexpected death and the vaccination. Lately reaching us More and more reports like this one and we see it as our journalistic duty to publish them and make them accessible to our readers. There needs to be a balance to governmental, very one-sided and incomplete reporting and morally questionable vaccination marketing. Vaccination must remain a free decision and only comprehensive information about the effects, possible risks and side effects enables an objective decision-making.
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