World Medical President Frank Ulrich Montgomery has already attracted attention several times through bold statements that have missed any nursery. Most recently, he called critical judges who overturned the disproportionate 2G rules in the retail sector, for example in Lower Saxony, as “little judges” – and now, for his part, he has caught criticism from the Federation of German Administrative Judges (BDVR). They described his remarks not only as “inappropriate in tone”, but also as “unqualified in substance”.
A comment by Vanessa Renner
Literally Montgomery had said:
I bump into that little judges Stand up and, as is currently the case in Lower Saxony, tip over 2G in retail because they do not consider it proportionate.
Quite as if the “little Montgomery” had the authority to interpret what is legally to be assessed as proportionate. By the way, how seriously he takes the medical mandate and the professional code of doctors in Germany became abundantly clear in 2009 when he called bribes from pharmaceutical companies to doctors as “completely normal and natural”Designated. They are not – as a doctor with money and gifts, being “convinced” of the prescription of certain preparations is prohibited according to professional law. When Montgomery is so publicly committed to the controversial Covid vaccinations, the question arises accordingly to what extent he is rewarded for it “quite normally and naturally”.
Disrespectful transgression of competence
The BDVR now decidedly put the world medical president in his place for his disrespect: “In terms of tone, Montgomery’s remarks lack the necessary respect for judicial decisions and the people who have to make them.” He misunderstood the function of the courts in controlling the state, one warned there. It is up to the courts to check, in response to such requests, whether an encroachment on fundamental rights is proportionate.
In this respect, it is solely up to medical science to provide the facts and scientific findings required for this test. Legal assessments from medical science, on the other hand, are neither indicated nor helpful.
The fact that non-specialist people consider themselves universal experts and interfere in other disciplines is of course not a novelty in the wake of the so-called pandemic – after all, nowadays politics also decides which vaccination the citizen should get. In doing so, one quite frankly disregards the decisions of the actually responsible authorities.