Editor-in-Chief of Germany’s Top Newspaper Apologizes For Fear-Driven COVID Coverage
Says sorry for telling children “that they were going to murder their grandma.”
The editor-in-chief of Germany’s top newspaper Bild has apologized for the news outlet’s fear-driven coverage of COVID, specifically to children who were told “that they were going to murder their grandma.”
In a speech delivered to camera, Julian Reichelt said sorry for Bild’s coverage which was “like poison” and “made you feel like you were a mortal danger to society.”
Reichelt directed his main sentiment towards children who have been terrorized by fearmongering media coverage which has caused child depression and suicides to soar across the world.
“To the millions of children in this country for whom our society is responsible, I want to express here what neither our government nor our Chancellor dares to tell you. We ask you to forgive us,” he said.
“Forgive us for this policy which, for a year and a half, has made you victims of violence, neglect, isolation, and loneliness.”
“We persuaded our children that they were going to murder their grandma if they dared to be what they are, children. Or if they met their friends. None of this has been scientifically proven.”
The article highlighted how Germans protesting against vaccine passports (banning the unvaccinated from restaurants, cinemas, stadiums, etc) were brutalized by police during demonstrations that took place in Berlin.
WHILE THE PURCHASER HAS VIRTUALLY NO WAY OF CANCELING THE CONTRACT, PFIZER CAN TERMINATE THE AGREEMENT IN THE EVENT OF A “MATERIAL BREACH” OF ANY TERM IN THEIR CONTRACT.The purchaser of Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine must also acknowledge two facts that have largely been brushed under the rug: Both their efficacy and risks are unknown. According to section 5.5 of the contract.19Meanwhile, the purchaser must also keep the terms of the contract confidential for a period 10 years.“If you were wondering why #Ivermectin was suppressed,” Ehden wrote, “well, it is because the agreement that countries had with Pfizer does not allow them to escape their contract, which states that even if a drug will be found to treat COVID19 the contract cannot be voided.”8
PFIZER HAS ALSO DEMANDED THAT COUNTRIES PUT UP SOVEREIGN ASSETS, INCLUDING BANK RESERVES, MILITARY BASES AND EMBASSY BUILDINGS, AS COLLATERAL FOR EXPECTED VACCINE INJURY LAWSUITS RESULTING FROM ITS COVID-19 INOCULATION.26
New Delhi-based World Is One News (WION) reported in February 2021 that Brazil rejected Pfizer’s demands, calling them “abusive.” The demands included that Brazil:27
- “Waives sovereignty of its assets abroad in favor of Pfizer”
- Not apply its domestic laws to the company
- Not penalize Pfizer for vaccine delivery delays
- Exempt Pfizer from all civil liability for side effects
STAT News also referred to concerns by legal experts, who also suggested Pfizer’s demands were an abuse of power. Mark Eccleston-Turner, a lecturer in global health law at Keele University in England, told STAT:28
“[Pfizer] is trying to eke out as much profit and minimize its risk at every juncture with this vaccine development then this vaccine rollout. Now, the vaccine development has been heavily subsidized already. So there’s very minimal risk for the manufacturer involved there.”