On December 31, the former President of the Federal Office for the Protection of the Constitution, Dr. Hans-Georg Maaßen (CDU), on the platform GETTR a video by Professor Dr. Sucharit Bhakdi, in which he explained the dangers of the Covid vaccine and appealed to stop the vaccinations. As a result, there was outrage among Maassen’s party colleagues: Karin Prien, Schleswig-Holstein’s education minister, announced on Twitter that she would demand that Maassen be expelled from the party.
If a former top official and constitutional protection officer spreads such conspiracy-theoretical nonsense and refers to the anti-Semite Bhakdi, then we as the CDU can no longer tolerate it.
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It is the media and politicians like Prien who reveal themselves here in all their squalor – not the microbiologist Bhakdi, whose expertise was valued and in demand around the world up to that point, until he dared to criticize the sacred Covid narrative.
Maaßen: Don’t dismiss criticism as crazy
It is striking that professors and other scientists, who were previously highly recognized, had cured thousands of patients, trained hundreds of doctoral and post-doctoral students, were recognized for discoveries and inventions, from one day to the next as muddles, conspiracy theorists or at best as senile Troublemakers who do not master their craft, are defamed and discredited if they criticize the corona policy or the mRNA vaccines. Their technical expertise, which previously saved lives, is being dismissed as a spinning mill.
Maaßen states in his letter that he considers it absolutely necessary that the professional public, politics and society as a whole deal seriously with critical objections from people like Sucharit Bhakdi. He also points to other critics of the mRNA vaccines such as Dr. Robert Malone and Dr. Michael Yeadon and points out their fears, that the vaccines damage the immune system and can cause autoimmune and tumor diseases.
The life and health of millions of citizens is such an important good that criticism from recognized experts in vaccination practice should not be dismissed as the madness of misguided people. A vaccination is more than just “a prick”.
According to Maaßen, the state is obliged to take the concerns of the unvaccinated seriously and to ensure that those willing to vaccinate receive a vaccine, that offers the highest level of security.
Emergency operations after vaccinations
Maaßen himself explained that he is not a vaccine opponent, but is probably a little more involved than other CDU politicians with the new vaccines: He himself had already suffered vaccination complications twice and did not want to undergo emergency surgery again as a result of a vaccination.
My view of the current vaccination discussion is probably different from yours. In my life I have already had two vaccine losses or, as they also say, vaccination complications. The first case at the age of five. I had to go to the hospital shortly after a vaccination and had an emergency operation. The second time I was a year older. I received a combination vaccination and also had to have an operation a short time after the vaccination.
The threatened party expulsion process is a Attack on freedom of expression and intra-party democracy. If such a process should take place, then in Maassen’s eyes against “the person who openly spoke out in favor of an SPD candidate during the election campaign. Because that is anti-party behavior ”. Who was that? Karin Prien, of course. She called for voting for the SPD opponent instead of Maassen in southern Thuringia. Maassen’s views, which ultimately correspond to the original positions of the formerly conservative CDU, clash time and again with Prien’s leftist sentiments. It is still very much in the “Christian Democratic Union of Germany” …
You can find the complete letter from Hans Georg Maaßen here at “Tichy’s Insight”.