ER Editor: The French site Qactus has a short video showing one Professor Klaus Stohr speaking recently on German TV at precisely 2:19pm, and being a little too honest about the vaccines. When he explains that children are more at risk from the vaccine than from the disease itself, you hear a gasp from the interviewer, who starts waving at him to stop.
A poignant reminder of how low our media and government have stooped.
Here are the Dutch subtitles transcribed and translated, with some awkwardness:
… because that vaccination is itself a risk, and now the risk for the vaccination is currently higher than for that infection in children under 12, there is very good data of collage [sic] Bernhard [ER: AUDIBLE GASP FROM INTERVIEWER] and his large network of those intensive care units for children that made that disease relatively less serious. So … [THEN WE SEE THE INTERVIEWER WAVING AT THE GUEST]
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