Added Poverty From Corona Lockdowns Killing 15,000 Children Per Day, German Dentist Claims

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Lockdowns lead to major collateral damage. 

Dr. Ulrich Keck called in on a German ARD public television talk show to express his views on the new lockdown that has just been imposed across Germany.

According to the German dentist (65), the lockdowns are causing more harm than the disease itself due to the added massive poverty they are causing globally.

He claims the “collateral damage” is being completely ignored.

“For example, 15,000 children die of hunger every day on the planet, now it’s 30,000 because the paths to supply them have been interrupted,” says Keck. He characterizes the German lockdown as completely unnecessary because the country has plenty of intensive care beds available. Keck then pleads for an end to the panic spreading.

At the end Keck concludes: “When you sacrifice freedom for security, you end up with neither.”




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7 responses to “Added Poverty From Corona Lockdowns Killing 15,000 Children Per Day, German Dentist Claims”

  1. mwhite

    Remember, Remember the 5th of November.

    https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/0/bonfire-night-2020-story-history-guy-fawkes-covid-cancelled/

    So instead of the usual public firework displays it’ll be a back garden family do. Hope the NHS is ready.

  2. John F Hultquist

    Data?
    How does he know?
    This may be true . . .

    Likely this will always be unknown.

  3. Henning Nielsen

    “At the end Keck concludes: “When you sacrifice freedom for security, you end up with neither.””

    I’m really starting to wonder if our authorities want us to have either.

  4. drumphish

    The amount of mask wearing is off the charts in my state. A shark jumping effort not seen since the Dark Ages is what has happened.

    Mask wearing is mandated, so people fall in line and wear masks until the cows come home.

    Masks were required to vote in my state. I didn’t vote, I won’t submit to the bullshit. Sorry. It is all about controlling you, not freedom at all. At that point, voting is pointless.

    Mask wearing is a fad and is probably psychologically damaging. Children will be permanently damaged, a traumatic event. Expect many problems with an adult population in the future.

    I avoid wearing a mask at all costs.

    The weather has been phenomenal for early November and the temperature might hit a record of about 75 degrees F today.

    Much different than last year’s weather for this date which had a high of 30 degrees and a low of 12 degrees. The record is 74 degrees set in 1975, the record low was -16 degrees in 1935.

    1. Yonason

      “The weather has been phenomenal for early November and the temperature might hit a record of about 75 degrees F today.”

      When we lived in Philly, which we thankfully haven’t for a long time, it was in the upper 70’s one day in mid December. The next day it was in the teens. Enjoy the good weather when you have it, and endure the bad when you don’t.

      Year to year it’s often not the same, as you write in your last paragraph.

    2. John F Hultquist

      Drumphish,

      Masks are a social device saying you care about others. Some folks are very fearful, so accommodating them is a “do unto others” thing. Six feet or 2 m. make a “physical distance” only slightly greater than my long time “personal space.” So no problem there, either.
      We live in Washington State and (we) only put a mask on (cute, hand made by a friend) as we enter a place of business. Some others don’t and mostly it goes un-protested. I wonder if you wear a seat belt, or drive while drinking an adult beverage? Of course being in a rural area and retired, my mask wearing is minimal. Outside of enclosed places, mask wearing here is generally not done.
      As for voting, Washington State has had essentially a non-polling system for 11 years. Initial vote-by mail (or drop in a box) started 40 years ago, so the State has lots of experience. There are about One Million WA voters that have never seen a polling place, and Washingtonians see images of people standing in line to vote and wonder what the %&*$#@ are they doing.

      I do agree with you about the damage to children. My advice would be to never have closed schools, day cares, and so on. Provide children or adults that have medical issues some alternative of getting on with life.

      Hope you get to feeling better.

  5. ahlam st

    thank you for the article.

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