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Study reveals that unjabbed are better informed than jabbed

German political scientist Ulrike Guérot has demonstrated how anti-vaccination opponents are better informed, citing a study by the MAT, which analyzed the tweets of so-called anti-vaccination agents very carefully.

Published: December 21, 2021, 11:42 am

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    In Germany, some 70 percent are vaccinated, 30 percent unvaccinated, and of the 70 percent about 40 percent did not get vaccinated because they believed the propaganda, but because they were forced to do so in order to work and move around freely. And those who are unvaccinated are not only more knowledgeable but will never be convinced to take the jab, the MAT study showed.

    Guérot, political scientist at the University of Bonn, believes that mandatory vaccination is being introduced in Germany and Austria through the back door of 2G rules – allowing only those who are jabbed and recovered to take part in society.

    “The pandemic has absolutely divided society, a sorting process is in progress: You only invite the people to your home for spaghetti and wine who are on the same page when it comes to Corona. In fact, I no longer have any Zero Covid friends, but surround myself with many people who, like me, are critical of measures.

    “Especially in public we no longer have any factual discussions at all. The disparagement of lateral thinkers, people who should actually be welcome in a democracy, has meant that no one dares to express themselves as being critical of the Corona policy. This resulted in a completely closed ceiling of opinion: The measures are good – and whoever speaks against it is a ‘corona denier’ and on top of that, right-wing. This is a very dangerous development,” explained Guérot, a professor of European Politics and Co-Director of the Center Ernst Robert Curtius at the Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität in Bonn.

    And a manifesto co-authored by her to end discrimination against the unvaccinated is available at

    “Since the beginning of the pandemic, the goals have been shifted further and further. First it was about the protection of risk groups, now control instruments are being created to exclude unvaccinated people from public life. Who guarantees that this will end when the danger has been averted?

    “When politicians ask me to get vaccinated and therefore to wear a digital vaccination pass in public spaces, I would like to have these politicians clarify the following questions beforehand, on which I personally stake my willingness to be vaccinated and become a health passport holder: What are the criteria for ending the epidemic emergency? But above all: will ‘2-G’ be ended when Corona is over or under control, no overloading of the hospitals can be reported, no Corona-related excess mortality can be recorded?

    “Or will the digital passport be retained? Is there a planned next phase? Will it soon collect other data that will limit my participation in society? Should it also document other vaccinations in the future, or are you allowed to go to the cinema with flu but not with Corona? Will it soon show whether I have a slightly elevated temperature, herpes, athlete’s foot…?”

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