ER Editor: German health minister Karl Lauterbach is truly a bizarre individual. See this for other articles.
Karl Lauterbach Admits “Mistakes” as Excess Mortality in Germany is 36% above Normal
Is Karl hoping his crimes will be forgiven?
The news of mortality in Germany at 36% above normal, and birth rates 10% below normal, becomes too hard to hide. The never-before-wrong, multiple-degreed health expert and German health minister Karl Lauterbach admits that “mistakes were made.”
He does not admit that closing schools was a mistake. He does not admit that force-vaccinating Germans with unproven, deadly vaccines causing 36% excess mortality was a mistake. The tiny error he is admitting is that the schools were closed for “too long.”
It gets worse from here. Who does Lauterbach blame for this?
That’s right, he blames nameless “scientists”:
The anonymous scientists gave poor Karl bad advice, which is why “mistakes were made.”
But who is Karl Lauterbach? He IS a scientist, educated at Harvard, the University of Dusseldorf, and more!
Lauterbach studied human medicine at the RWTH Aachen University, University of Texas at San Antonio and University of Düsseldorf, where he graduated. From 1989 to 1992, he studied health policy and management as well as epidemiology at the Harvard School of Public Health in Boston, graduating with a Doctor of Science in 1992. From 1992 to 1993, he held a fellowship at the Harvard Medical School, sponsored by the Konrad Adenauer Foundation, which is close to the CDU. Lauterbach was a CDU member for several years before joining the SPD in 2001.
For a Harvard-trained epidemiologist and health policy expert, blaming other “experts” is a little disingenuous.
It is Difficult to Ask for Forgiveness, Karl says
In the above quote, Karl said it is “difficult to ask for forgiveness” since he blames other “scientists” and does not even admit to his crime of poisoning young Germans with Covid vaccines and causing excess deaths.
But would Karl deserve forgiveness if he mustered the courage to ask for it?
Does asking for forgiveness require honest admission of fault instead of blaming nameless “other scientists”?
P.S turns out that Eugyppius also wrote about this 20 minutes ago:
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The skinny man at the podium appears to have a moment of narcolepsy … but if so, why wouldn’t that just simply be stated as an issue he has to deal with and quit playing around with the mystery?
The Scott Adams defense.