During a state press conference, the chairman of the Saarland parliamentary group of the left, Oskar Lafontaine, spoke plainly about the insane measures taken by the German federal government: The stubborn adherence to proven pointless regulations is completely incomprehensible to him.
He calls for orientation to science – more precisely: to that “reasonable part of the scientists” who recognize the facts regarding the questionable effect of the Covid vaccine. The solidarity argument of vaccination has been dropped – vaccinated people spread the virus, so measures like the G-rules are simply obsolete. The citizens knew this very well: Lafontaine is not surprised by the increasing loss of confidence in politics – after all, the population feels that the government’s claims contradict common sense. He himself felt stupid, for example, having to wear a mask alone outdoors in the supermarket car park.
With regard to the improvement in the corona situation, he emphasizes that this is not the success of those who appear on television every day and “spout their nonsense there”, but simply the normal course of virus development.
Lafontaine sharply criticizes the questionable database on Covid-19: The number salad in Germany is the worst in the whole world, he states, pointing out that wrong numbers are also being spread – as by Markus Söder in Bavaria.
The left-wing politician simply describes compulsory vaccination as nonsense. We neither know what the situation will be like in autumn, nor which virus will be in circulation, nor which vaccines will be available. A high vaccination rate has long been achieved – it would even be higher than indicated. The solidarity argument for compulsory vaccination has been dropped. A major weakness of the entire vaccination discussion would be the vaccine damage: This represented a taboo. And that, although quite serious reports would show a sudden increase in mortality after new vaccination waves. Why are the Ministry of Health and the RKI not issuing a statement on this? Corresponding inquiries were made but never answered. However, there is an obligation to provide information at this point. In this context, Lafontaine also refers to the data from the US military, which suggest an extreme increase in diseases that correspond to typical vaccine side effects.
You can see the video of the conference here: