German Insurance Executive Fired Over Quasi-Vaccine Data Analysis
The Vaccine Wars Part XXII
The battle over open discussion of COVID-19 quasi-vaccine data gets uglier by the day. A few days ago I discussed the mortality estimates by German insurer BKK ProVita here:
It did not take long for the insurance executive, Andreas Schofbeck, who reported the extrapolation of 400,000 consultations, to be "dismissed without notice after a meeting of the board of directors…" (Boris Reitschuster via Tim Rohn). Further, the discussion of Schofbeck's report from four days earlier was scrubbed from the BKK homepage.
This is chilling news. Nothing like this should ever happen in a free and open society. Is there anyone left who does not recognize that this battle goes deeper than what appears on the surface? How many times must a "win condition" (pick your endpoint…mandates? The whole mass human trial?) materialize and then evaporate?
It will now be interesting to see which people in society accept this whitewashing of insurance data, and talk as if it never really happened.
Addendum: Paul Alexander published his own write-up on the story a few hours ago.
From that article:
Representatives from the Paul-Ehrlich-Institut, including its president, Klaus Cichutek, had agreed to meet with Schöfbeck and other BKK officials about their concerns this afternoon. Schöfbeck’s termination was obviously timed to prevent his participation at that meeting, which will now go forward without him.
This is the behaviour of people who have deep confidence in the safety and effectiveness of our Corona vaccines.”