Vaccine injuries become the dominant theme of German reporting on the mRNA injections • 2 Years Late To Try And Save Their Reputations

Vaccine injuries become the dominant theme of German reporting on the mRNA injections • 2 Years Late To Try And Save Their Reputations

The Expose | Rhoda Wilson

Last month, German Health Minister and renowned virus pest Karl Lauterbach gave a remarkable interview in which he denounced “exorbitant” pharmaceutical profits, deplored “dismaying” vaccine injuries, and called for the manufacturers to set aside funds for those who have been harmed.

He did so amid a growing wave of reporting on vaccine injuries in the German press – a wave which his statements have now turned into a tsunami. In the weeks since, vaccine injuries and side effects have become the dominant theme of German press coverage on the injections, from local papers to national media.

It’s been a serious shift, the likes of which I’m not sure has unfolded in any other country. To give you a taste of it, I’ve assembled a representative selection of stories from the last eight weeks or so, in roughly reverse chronological order. As you read through them, remember that these are all links to publications read by ordinary people; I’ve excluded all media with overt covid-sceptic associations.

He lost his sight: Dietmar S. sues BioNTech for 150,000 Euros.

Dietmar S. became as good as blind in his right eye following covid vaccination. Now the case is going to trial.
“The problems are hushed up”: Marburg cardiologist Bernhard Schieffer treats people who suffer from long-term symptoms after covid vaccinations. He criticises the lack of support – and Health Minister Karl Lauterbach.
Post-Vac: “My life is no longer like before” – Sick after covid vaccination.

Almost five million people in Hesse have been vaccinated against covid-19. Some have developed serious illnesses afterwards. One of them is Dieter Gebert from Kassel.
Lupus after covid vaccination: A young woman from Hesse is treated in special Cologne clinic.

19-year-old Juline from Butzbach was severely injured by a corona vaccination and now requires expensive immunoadsorption.
Covid vaccine injury: Do manufacturers face liability? Anyone who has suffered vaccine damage can take action against the vaccine manufacturers and apply for state benefits. But the hurdles for compensation are high.
Soon the first lawsuits will start: Across Germany, there are almost 200 civil lawsuits against corona vaccine manufacturers like BioNTech. The plaintiffs claim to have been harmed by the vaccination.
Injection with an aftermath: A man from Sigmaringen suffered a stroke after covid vaccination

Shortly after the second jab, Bernhard Strobel collapsed. He still feels the consequences today. Now he is going to court.
VACCINE INJURY! 1ST CASE BEFORE THE COURT: Oxana G. (35) is wheelchair-bound following covid vaccination.

Across Germany, 185 civil lawsuits are pending because of damages caused by corona vaccinations. Oxana G. (35) is one of the injured parties. The fact that the courts are finally dealing with her case is already seen as a success by the woman from Halle: “I have lost my life – as I knew it before. I hope that my family and I will finally receive compensation and help.”
Sick following covid vaccination: Why official points of contact [for the vaccine injured] are necessary.

Around 5 million people in Hesse have been vaccinated against corona. Some have become seriously ill as a result of the vaccination. Those affected often fail in their search for medical expertise; they feel abandoned by the health system and the state.
What we know about covid vaccine injury: Karl Lauterbach has promised victims of vaccine damage faster help – and caused confusion about how common it is in the first place. The state of the question.
Covid vaccine researcher: “Allegations must be investigated immediately.” Vaccine researcher Carlos A. Guzmán talks about the benefits, limitations and side effects of the covid vaccine – as well as allegations of inconsistencies in the approval process.
Pensioner (87) dies eight months after covid vaccination – his son’s lawsuit fails.

After an elderly man died within a few months of covid vaccination, his son filed a lawsuit against the doctor. He has now failed before the Landgericht.
The suffering of covid vaccine victims: Long-term complaints can occur following a corona infection. Vaccination is supposed to protect against this – but it can also have side effects. What’s next for the vaccine-injured?
Possible heart damage after covid vaccination: Woman sues BioNTech for damages. The company is facing its first civil lawsuit for alleged damages caused by the corona vaccine. The trial is scheduled to begin on 15 March at the Frankfurter Landgericht.

The trend is so dominant that it colours all other reporting on covid and the vaccines. It’s hard to miss the subtle anxiety at work in pieces like THIS one from the Vienna-based Standard, asking whether we’ll have to vaccinate ourselves against corona every year from here on out, or the not-so-veiled notes of hope in ZDF reporting on successful Phase 1 trials of the German nasal vaccine. What’s the big deal about regular vaccination and why should we care about new live attenuated vaccines, if the mRNA jabs were God’s gift to man?

There is clear, encouraging patterns here. The reporting originally surrounded lawsuits brought against the vaccine manufacturers, but has steadily assumed a more general focus. Regional and local papers are carrying a big share of these stories, with major state media playing a supporting role. The publications most popular with German biens pensants, meanwhile, like Süddeutsche Zeitung and Die Zeit and even Frankfurter Allgemeine, are pointedly underrepresented. This is a trend driven from the bottom up by popular interest, and in that it is the opposite of much covid reporting since 2020.


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