A leaked report from the German Ministry of the Interior has surfaced which states quite clearly that the measures taken to contain the spread of coronavirus will prove to be more damaging, causing more deaths, than the virus itself.
Additionally, the report states that the state “has proven itself to be one of the largest fake news producers in the corona crisis.”
The new virus presumably did not at any time pose a risk to the population that exceeded the normal level (the comparative figure is the usual death rate in DEU [Germany]). Corona essentially kills the people who statistically die this year because they have reached the end of their lives and their weakened bodies can no longer cope with any random everyday stress (including the approximately 150 viruses currently in circulation).https://www.ichbinanderermeinung.de/Dokument93.pdf (Translated by Google)
The report goes on to discuss the ways in which the overreaction to the virus – complete with shutdowns of world economies – is worse by any measure than the deaths caused by the coronavirus itself. Basically, the report points to delayed surgeries and other medical interventions that were postponed by the coronavirus shutdowns. These delayed medical interventions, it is estimated, will cause more deaths than the virus itself.
More people are dying because of state-imposed Corona-measures than they are being killed by the virus.https://www.strategic-culture.org/news/2020/05/29/german-official-leaks-report-denouncing-corona-as-global-false-alarm/
Initially, the German government denied that the report was the result of a team of German experts working for the Department of the Interior Ministry called “UnitK” saying the report was the result of one employee. Unit KM4 is reportedly charged with the “protection of critical infrastructures.”
“This is also where the German official turned whistleblower, Stephen Kohn, work(ed), and from where he leaked it to the media,” according to strategic-culture.org.
The scientists who were responsible for producing this report released a statement asking the German government to please respond to their analysis, despite the dispute over its origins.