AfD member calls on German government to stop the PCR test scam
The AfD parliamentary group of Saxony-Anhalt has introduced a motion into parliament entitled “End the lockdown madness”. The AfD member Robert Farle, presented in detail in his speech on Friday in the state parliament of Magdeburg the reasons for his move.
Published: February 7, 2021, 9:40 am
Chancellor Merkel’s Corona advisor, Christian Drosten and the spokesman for the federal government has refused to answer investigative journalist Boris Reitschuster five times when he asked why the WHO recommendation of January 20, which provides for a second test if the PCR test is positive without symptoms, is being ignored in Germany.
Farle, who serves in the state parliament of Saxony-Anhalt for the AfD and is the parliamentary managing director of the AfD parliamentary group, believes the lockdowns are a scam.
The so-called Corona pandemic does not pose an increased risk to the health of the population, he argued. The Quality Medicine Initiative (IQM) examined the effects of the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic on inpatient care from January to November 2020 with the following result: “In the first 11 months of 2020, fewer patients were treated in the hospital overall than in comparison period 2019. The total number of SARI cases, intensive care cases and ventilation cases in the study period was also no higher than in 2019.”
In 2020 there was no excess mortality in Germany. The number of laboratory-confirmed influenza cases fell by 96 percent from 2019 to 2020. This suggests that the seasonal flu cases have merely been relabelled as Covid-19 cases in order to maintain the pandemic illusion.
Christian Drosten’s PCR test protocol is unilaterally geared towards producing as many positive test results as possible and beyond that not being able to detect infections. Comparisons with other countries show that lockdowns or the mask requirement have no effect on the positive rates, Farle noted.
Nevertheless, for nine months the state government has been enforcing politically motivated but ineffective lockdown regulations, which obviously have other goals in mind rather than preventing the health system from being overloaded. The incidence value of 50 new infections per 100 000 inhabitants is purely politically motivated and has no scientific background, according to Farle. The only thing behind the incidence value is the political paradigm of contact tracing.
The surveillance of innocent citizens has nothing to do with the protection against infection and even if it did, such methods are not compatible with the free democratic basic order of the Federal Republic of Germany, he said. Due to the one-sided focus on incidence values that are not scientifically substantiated, the dire situation of citizens, families, schoolchildren and entrepreneurs, and those who have been suffering for far too long from the general measures ordered, has been ignored.
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