Historic Court Judgment in Germany: “Threat to the Well-Being of Children”. No Masks, No Social Distance, No More Tests for Students.

German court questions scientific basis for compulsory mask wearing, distancing and repeated PCR testing.

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“Danger to the mental, physical or emotional well-being of the child”

By reitschuster.de

Global Research, April 12, 2021reitschuster.de 10 April 2021

The Weimar District Court has ruled that the obligation to wear a mask, to maintain minimum distances and to perform rapid tests in schools pose a threat to the mental, physical or emotional well-being of the child.So serious that, without any intervention, significant harm to children can be foreseen with a high degree of certainty. The judge stated in his decision:

“There is such a risk here. Because the children are not only endangered in their mental, physical and spiritual well-being, but are also currently damaged by the obligation to wear face masks during school time and to keep their distance from one another and from other people. This violates numerous rights of children and their parents under the law, the constitution and international conventions. This applies…

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2 thoughts on “Historic Court Judgment in Germany: “Threat to the Well-Being of Children”. No Masks, No Social Distance, No More Tests for Students.

  1. I hope I’m not being overoptimisitc, Lawrence, but it strikes me that a critical mass of oligarchs has figured out this thought experiment has failed (like it has in the past with the phony swine flu epidemic). There are simply too many medical professionals refusing the vaccine. They aren’t going to admit what they did, of course. So now begins the slow process of walking the narrative back – and finding a scapegoat to hang out to dry. I suspect it will be Fauci.

    Someone sent me a great video today that pretty much summarizes most of it:

    https://rumble.com/vfhysl-covid-19-mrna-bioweapon-ivermectin-and-the-importance-of-vitamin-d-dr.-ryan.html

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