Covid-19 vaccine: Germany’s ‘dangerous’ Prof. Stöcker
The 74-year-old Prof. Dr. Winfried Stöcker, born in Upper Lusatia, is a summa cum laude doctor of medicine, successful entrepreneur and billionaire. And he is also the developer of a vaccine against the ominous Coronavirus. This vaccine is apparently not only highly effective and well tolerated, but also easy to manufacture. His invention could end the state of emergency in Germany within a very short time.
Published: March 9, 2021, 1:09 pm
But it appears that is precisely why there is now considerable official and political resistance against his plan. Because how could someone from the small community of Groß-Grönau near Lübeck claim to have defeated the current mortal enemy of mankind in his private laboratory with a few employees in a very simple, albeit original, scientific way? The antigen vaccine that Prof. Stöcker successfully tested on himself, his family and on employees and people who took part on a voluntary basis, is said to be 97 percent effective.
However, the number of people vaccinated, with over 100 subjects, is not yet large enough to be able to reliably confirm this extremely high level of effectiveness against the virus compared to other vaccines. According to Prof. Stöcker, all those vaccinated are now immune to the virus, without complaints and in good health. His “Lübeck anti-Covid-19 vaccination” is based on an antigen “that can be easily and cheaply produced in large quantities in the test tube to be used as a vaccine”.
There is no risk of infection as with microencapsulated RNA, weakened or killed viruses or vector viruses. Since the production of the vaccine antigen takes place outside the body, “you don’t need to be afraid of the uncontrolled spread of genetic information smuggled into the human organism”. So why is the Merkel administration so against the mass distribution of the “Lübeck anti-Covid-19 vaccination”?
In the opinion of the Paul Ehrlich Institute responsible for vaccine approval and the Schleswig-Holstein State Office for Social Services, everything is “wrong” with this vaccine. Both authorities have now filed criminal charges against Prof. Stöcker for allegedly endangering the subjects of his vaccine. According to the authorities, this had required special permits. Curiously, the currently ongoing mass human trials with vaccines on a completely new basis and completely inadequate test duration are not only tolerated, but also massively promoted.
There is also a suspicion that Prof. Stöcker, perhaps not only because of the lack of legal and bureaucratic oversight, had made no secret of his politically “incorrect” views in the past by praising the AfD. In doing so, however, he is guilty of a particularly serious offense in the Merkel Republic: so-called “contact guilt”. And thus scientific qualifications, professional success and apparently even the development of an easy-to-manufacture and easy-to-administer vaccine that could soon bring an entire country back on its feet, no longer count.
In the meantime, Prof. Stöcker has drawn his own conclusions from the resistance to his development: He has published the formulation of the antigen on the internet. Every pharmaceutical company, every doctor can now produce the vaccine themselves. And doctors have the right to give it to patients who ask for it. Prof. Stöcker doesn’t want a cent for his work.
He doesn’t need it either. Because the founder of EuroImmun Labordiagnostika AG has collected over a billion euros after the sale of his company and is therefore financially completely independent. However, this also makes him extremely dangerous for certain political cliques.
The vaccines of the pharmaceutical industry, which were developed at great expense, also with the use of public funds, would be devalued and possibly not bring in the returns on money invested if Stöcker’s vaccine were approved.
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