Germans Stand Up to the Lockdown

Germans Stand Up to the Lockdown

Klaus Madersbacher

Klaus Madersbacher, proprietor of the website, has collected examples of demonstrations in Germany against Covid lockdown. ( , , , , .). Madersbacher reports that most of the protesters had never taken part in a demonstration before. They are protesting because they feel that they are heading in the direction of a new dictatorship if they do not fight back.

Soon after the beginning of the “Corona pandemic” some doctors began to get suspicious and took a closer look at the matter. Contrary to the instructions of the official epidemic authority, a forensic physician in Hamburg, conducted autopsies on those who allegedly died of Corona and found that, although they were infected, none of them had died of the disease. So the “killer virus” was by no means as dangerous as was hyped by the German government.

An extensive investigation of a major outbreak of the disease also clearly showed that the horrific stories spread by the regime and its “experts” did not correspond to the facts, but served to spread fear and terror among the population with horror prophecies, supported and accompanied by the howling of virtually all mass media, which continues to this day trying to stir up a mass panic.

A lockdown with devastating consequences for economy and society made clear that there was much more at stake than “fighting a pandemic.” Memories of the Nazi takeover in 1933 were awakened. The new movement had an anti-fascist character from the beginning and was strictly non-partisan.

Out of concern for the social and political development in Germany some scientists and doctors went public. The “QUERDENKEN” (“Lateral Thinking”) movement was formed in a number of German cities and began to organize rallies. “Querdenken Stuttgart 711” under the leadership of Michael Ballweg led the organization of the powerful demonstrations in Berlin on August 1 and 29.

The “QUERDENKEN” movement began with a series of rallies in a number of cities and places, in which more and more people participated. Members of QUERDENKEN also appeared as speakers. QUERDENKEN is an authentic citizen movement to prevent a new fascism, independent of parties and other interest groups.

If this is not a popular movement, I don´t know what a popular movement is. A people’s movement apparently without a Central Committee, a genuine people’s movement, as one can clearly see. A unique popular movement, as is perhaps possible only in Germany, whose people have suffered two lost world wars within one century.

Another movement against the lockdown is the “CORONA INFO TOUR”. A team of four men, consisting of physician Bodo Schiffmann, Wolfgang Greulich, Samuel Eckert and lawyer Ralf Ludwig, is traveling by a black bus to cities and towns and holding rallies. Their motto is: ”We are many — and we´re always getting more.”

The proponents of CORONA INFO TOUR deserve full support and applause. Their strict request to the participants to remain peaceful, which is being observed, paralyzes the readiness for violence by the police.

The statement of the Leipzig police chief that there is no point in using the police to fight a pandemic will not have pleased the regime in Berlin but it will certainly go down well with the German people.

The determination of the German people to resist tyranny gives me hope. No regime has a chance against a people that does not submit. The whole world is looking to Germany.

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