The journalist Susan Bonath has been trying for weeks to get answers to clearly formulated questions from the Paul Ehrlich Institute. This involves statistical surveys on child vaccinations in Germany and possible complications.
The journalist Susan Bonath, who is also a regular at RT DE published their texts, has been trying for some time to get answers to a catalog of questions sent to the Paul Ehrlich Institute (PEI).
On the website free-left published Bonath now an article with the headline: “Correspondence with the Paul Ehrlich Institute – the answers speak for themselves”. The author makes the sobering result of her current correspondence with the PEI available. Bonath explains:
“The PEI does not want to give any numbers. They deliberately conceal serious vaccination damage and deaths after vaccination in children.”
In the article, Bonath points out that since the last letter of May 19, the PEI has not yet answered any further questions regarding the “figures that you must have”. Bonath asked for this in a letter dated May 9: “If you cannot or do not want to forward this to me, I would ask you to explain why.” The questions to the PEI were:
- How many serious suspected cases were reported to the PEI by 31.3. reported in total (specific number)?
- How many serious suspected cases were reported to the PEI by March 31 from 12 to 17 year olds?
- How many serious suspected cases were reported to the PEI by 31.3. from 5 to 11 year olds registered?
- How many fatal suspected cases were reported to the PEI by 31.3. from 12 to 17 year olds registered?
- How many fatal suspected cases were reported to the PEI by 31.3. from 5 to 11 year olds registered?
The answer of the PEI was without giving numbers:
“… after the previous safety reports were very detailed and the absolute numbers were also given there, our responsible department decided to limit itself to the reporting rates in our new format, from which the absolute numbers can be calculated if necessary .
(The absolute numbers are the total number of vaccinations and the percentage of each vaccine.)
Also against the background of the now high number of vaccinated people with the corresponding information on possible vaccination side effects or vaccination complications and the now comparatively small number of vaccinations, we consider the current presentation to be appropriate and sufficient.”
The letter of reply also states:
“Due to the large number of press inquiries and inquiries from the general public regarding a large number of details, which in our view do not lead to a better understanding of possible risks, our pharmacovigilance experts have decided to go beyond the safety report only at to actually communicate new information and to be available for individual inquiries.”
In another letter, Bonath points out to the PEI that, to their knowledge, no figures “on serious vaccination side effects and deaths” can be researched for children aged five to eleven or twelve to 17, “not even in percentage or alcohol data”. Bonath states:
“These data are simply not available.”
The answer to the last email from the PEI by the responsible press officer was as follows:
“… I will ask the drug safety department, but I have to ask for a little patience – Yours sincerely.”