The director of the Institute of Pathology at the University of Heidelberg, Peter Schirmacher, has conducted more than 40 autopsies on people who died within two weeks of receiving the Covid-19 vaccine and expressed concern about the results.
Schirmacher said that 30-40% of the people he examined died from the vaccine and that, in his opinion, the frequency of fatal consequences of vaccines is “underestimated”.
Following his findings, Schirmacher called for more autopsies of vaccinated people to further determine whether vaccines are linked to deaths. He warned that the high number of unreported cases of vaccine-related deaths is partly due to the fact that “pathologists don’t notice anything in most patients who die after vaccination”.
Despite the alarm over vaccines, many criticised Schirmacher’s conclusions, with the Paul Ehrlich Institute calling the director’s statements “incomprehensible”. The Chancellor’s lackey, German immunologist Thomas Mertens, immediately dismissed the findings: “I know of no data that would allow me to make a justifiable claim in this regard and I do not assume an undeclared number”.
Immunologist Christian Bogdan of the University Hospital Erlangen, a member of the Standing Committee on Immunisation (STIKO), also contradicted Schirmacher’s assumption of a “high number of undeclared vaccination complications and even deaths”.
Despite the criticism, Schirmacher has received support from within his own ranks, and the Federal Association of German Pathologists has said that more autopsies of vaccinated people who have died within a certain time after vaccination should be carried out.
The head of the association’s “Autopsy Working Group” wanted to raise awareness among general practitioners and health authorities. Basically, doctors of patients who died within days or weeks after vaccination should ask for an autopsy in case of doubt or the health authorities should take action.
The Federal Association of Pathologists had already requested this in March in a letter to Health Minister Jens Spahn (CDU), but it went unanswered.
Of course, it should be noted that Schirmacher’s warning could cause several pharmaceutical companies to lose billions of dollars in business in the long run, which explains why his conclusions have been criticised and tarnished by those who want to impose the pro-vaccine agenda.
However, Schirmacher’s reputation and seriousness cannot be ignored.
Schirmacher himself is already leading a state-sponsored autopsy project on the Covid-19 deceased. He then expanded the focus himself and began to conduct autopsies on more than 40 deceased vaccinees. Although his results represent a small sample, it is a disturbing representation of a larger picture: 30-40% died from the vaccination itself. The pathologist cited “rare and serious side effects of vaccination, such as cerebral venous thrombosis or autoimmune diseases”.
In response to the criticism, Schirmacher denied a lack of competence, saying, “Colleagues are definitely wrong because they cannot assess this specific question competently.” Furthermore, the director stated that he was not trying to sow fear and that he was not opposed to vaccines, as he himself had been vaccinated.
It will not be surprising to see Schirmacher’s reputation completely trashed in the media in the coming weeks, in line with the corrupt in the scientific and medical community.