After terrorising the unvaccinated for months, German Health Minister Karl Lauterbach is backing off and blaming his earlier statements of a “pandemic of the unvaccinated” on a “software error.”
In November 2021, news outlets were reporting an increase in “incident” numbers in Hamburg. The claim was that in just a few days, the case rate for Covid-19 grew from 111.6 people per 100,000 to 160 people per 100,000. As November progressed, that number grew to 209.2 cases per 100,000 people, only to jump at the end of the month to an all-time high of 223.3 cases per 100,000 people.
These incredibly high figures, which have now been revealed to be entirely manufactured, were used as an excuse to legitimise the covid restrictions called “2G.”
These measures involved requiring people to be either vaccinated or “recovered” from a positive covid test to enter shops, eat at restaurants or go to clubs. The unvaccinated were also told that they needed to avoid all social contact and stay away from the vaccinated.
Hamburg Mayor Peter Tschentscher helped fuel the hysteria by claiming that only the “vaccine” would bring Germany out of the covid nightmare.
Now, an investigation by the newspapers Sueddeutscher Zeitung and Welt found that the spike in cases touted by Lauterbach and Tschentscher was entirely fake.
Hamburg’s social services departments drastically skewed the numbers to create the illusion of another disease “wave” among the unvaccinated, when the reality is that these agencies did not even know at the time who was vaccinated and who was not.
“This, however, did not stop them classifying everyone with an unknown status as unvaccinated,” explains Wahagen Khabayan from The National Pulse. “Indeed, by the end of November, a whopping 70 percent of the positive cases had unknown status.