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Buchenwald uses 2G rule to exclude visitors from exhibition about… ‘exclusion’

The former concentration camp Buchenwald implemented 2G rules thus excluding the unvaccinated from at an exhibition about... "The exclusion of people".

Published: December 19, 2021, 8:59 am

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    From November 19, at the Buchenwald and Mittelbau-Dora memorial sites, the “2G rule” has applied to visitors to the exhibitions. An online ticket is required to visit the exhibition at the Buchenwald concentration camp.

    The Buchenwald Memorial hosts the permanent exhibition Buchenwald: Exclusion and Violence 1937 to 1945 in the former main building as well as the exhibition Soviet Special Camps No. 2 1945 to 1950 reopened for visitors.

    However, due to their small size, other exhibitions and individual buildings have remained closed or, like the former crematorium, can only be visited as part of a guided tour.

    The memorial which was supposed to convey the dangers of exclusion, is now itself setting an example for exclusion since 2G is controversial in Germany, even among pro-government virologists. “The so-called 2G model is part of the problem,” virologist Alexander Kekulé recently complained. “Those who have been vaccinated and those who have recovered believe they are safe because they were told that until recently. But they also become infected to a considerable extent. As a result, we now have this massive wave among the vaccinated.”

    Critics complain that 2G is not about protection against infections, but about the exclusion and punishment of unvaccinated people.  They maintain that 3G makes more sense because it includes the testing option for the unvaccinated.

    Buchenwald was one of the largest concentration camps on German soil. From 1937 to 1945 it was used by the Nazis as a prison for forced labor not far from Weimar. During the entire period, some 266000 people from all over Europe were imprisoned here. It is estimated that 56 000 died there.

    According to Wikipedia, many inmates died at Buchenwald as a result of human experimentation. The camp was the site of large-scale trials for vaccines against epidemic typhus in 1942 and 1943. In all 729 inmates were used as test subjects, of whom 154 died.

    Other pharmaceutical experiments also occurred at Buchenwald. One such experiment aimed at determining the precise fatal dose of a poison of the alkaloid group; according to the testimony of one doctor, four prisoners were administered the poison, and when it proved not to be fatal they were “strangled in the crematorium” and subsequently “dissected”.

    Among various other experiments was one which, in order to test the effectiveness of a balm for wounds from incendiary bombs, involved inflicting “very severe” white phosphorus burns on inmates.

    Fauci killed orphaned children with toxic drugs

    These experiments remind one of the recent human experiments by Dr Anthony Fauci on orphaned children. The drugs given the children by Fauci were toxic, known to cause genetic mutation, organ failure, bone marrow death, bodily deformations, brain damage and fatal skin disorders. If the children refused the drugs, they were held down and force fed.

    “If the children continued to resist, they were taken to Columbia Presbyterian hospital where a surgeon put a plastic tube through their abdominal wall into their stomachs. From then on, the drugs were injected directly into their intestines,” according to researcher Suzanna Bowling.

    The news about Fauci’s funding to conduct cruel experiments on Beagle puppies was leaked expressly to drown out the horrifying deaths of these orphans for which he is directly responsible.

    “The irony is that it’s these little puppies bringing the outrage,” remarked Vera Sharav, founder of the Alliance for Human Research Protection (AHRP). “Animals have powerful advocates, like People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, fighting to protect them from this kind of abuse. But these children are disposable. It’s a travesty.”

    Despite clear similarities, no comparisons with Nazi Germany allowed

    In the Netherlands meanwhile, Forum for Democracy leader Thierry Baudet was charged by a Jewish lobby organization because he had made comparisons between the plight of the unvaccinated and Jews. Astoundingly, the judge agreed with the lobby. Baudet was told that he had to delete four “offensive” tweets or be fined no less than 25 000 euros daily.

    The lobby group maintained that it was committed “to the interests of Jews and Israel”. The lobby group, the Center for Information and Documentation Israel (CIDI), as well as the judge agreed banning such comparisons in the name of “fighting fascism”.

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