Nice, I hope the members of The Corona Investigative Committee are ready to be smeared, to have their credentials questioned and to have their personal lives picked apart.
@peter5992 : the gentleman in this video, Dr. Reiner Fuellmich, is a lawyer in Germany and California and has been involved in large corporate fraud/corruption trials against Deutche Bank, Volkswagen and Kuehne + Nagel. It sounds like the kind of good work that you’d be interested in studying. It’s potentially the biggest set of legal cases in history.
Yes I hope this guy has some good bodyguards.
I’m amazed that a veterinary surgeon is in charge of the Robert Koch Institute. This fraud is being pushed in Germany by a hamster doctor? I think Bill Gates might have found somebody in the business less qualified than himself!
And the health minister is a gay exbanker. Im not kidding. Lala land.
I hear they’ve tried conversion therapy on those people, but it turns out that there’s an immutable genetic component to being a banker.
Why are you amazed?
Curriculum Vitae Prof. Dr. Lothar H. Wieler
Name: Lothar Heinz Wieler Date of birth: 8th February, 1961
Main areas of research: animal diseases, zoonoses, epidemiology of multi-resistant bacteria
Lothar Heinz Wieler is a veterinarian and microbiologist. His research focuses on epizootic diseases and infectious diseases which can be transmitted between animals and humans, so-called zoonoses. He particularly concentrates on infections involving multi-resistant bacteria and investigates their transmission mechanisms and disease-causing factors.
Academic and Professional Career
since 2015 President, Robert Koch-Institut, Berlin, Germany
2012 Research residency, Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute, Hinxton, Cambridge, GB
1998 - 2015 University Professor of Microbiology and Epizootic Diseases, Managing Director Department of Veterinary Medicine, Institute of Microbiology and Epizootics, Freie Universität (FU) Berlin, Germany
1997 Certified veterinary specialist for Microbiology
1996 Habilitation in the field of Infectious Diseases and Animal Hygiene, Department of Veterinary Medicine, Justus-Liebig-University Gießen, Germany
1996 Research residency, NIH scholarship, Center for Vaccine Development, University of Maryland, Baltimore, USA
1990 - 1998 Scientific assistant, Institute for Hygiene and Infectious Diseases of Animals, Justus Liebig University Gießen, Germany
1988 Doctorate, Institute for Hygiene, Medical Microbiology and Epidemiology, Ludwig-Maximilians-University (LMU) Munich, Germany
1987 - 1990 Scientific assistant, Department of Pathology, University of Ulm, Germany
1982 - 1985 Study of Veterinary Medicine, FU Berlin and LMU Munich, Germany
Pretty stupid to deride Veterinary surgeons as “hamster doctors” anyway, as if that means they are somehow a lesser form of doctor. That’s just plain stupid.
Yeah because many diseases can be caught by both humans and animals, close enough, right?
Funny you should say that, because it’s most likely that covid-19 jumped from other animals to humans. covid-19 is a zoonotic virus.
From his CV:
Lothar Heinz Wieler is a veterinarian and microbiologist. His research focuses on epizootic diseases and infectious diseases which can be transmitted between animals and humans, so-called zoonoses.
Anyway, it’s stupid to denigrate vet’s as “hamster doctors”, as if that means they don’t have real relevant medical skills, and It’s even stupider to go after this guy who is also a microbiologist and epidemiologist.
The real killers of humans are heart disease, stroke, cancer and a big list of other things which have nothing to do with viruses jumping from one species to another. The most likely explanation for the coronavirus is not somebody eating a bat either, but it seems that once you are told something by somebody in authority you latch onto it like a Justin Bieber fan being given one of “his” socks.
Let go of the sock man, it’s not Bieber’s… it never was…
Well, if I get say a flu with complications Ima consult a doctor, others can see a vet if they want
I also prefer a certified airliner pilot at the helm of the passenger jet I’m on rather than e.g a highly skilled crop duster pilot.
On the flip side I suppose utilising this logic means that human doctors can just work as vets whenever they like too! They are exactly the same thing! Dog groomers can work as London catwalk hairdressers, dog walkers can be personal trainers. @drumphil is onto something here!
Dumbpill strikes again
This is just stupid. You’re actually trying to criticize someone like him who is an epidemiologist and microbiologist, who also happens to bet a vet, as if that list of qualifications somehow doesn’t justify getting that position?
How may microbiologists and epidemiologists do you think are also GP’s?
Do you think that’s the norm? That not being a GP would disqualify you? That being a vet wouldn’t actually put you at an advantage over those without first hand medical experience with real live animals?
This is too fucking stupid. Go read a fucking book some time.
I don’t think you have a damn clue exactly how much vets have to know, and how much of it applies to humans, and other animals. You ignore all his other qualifications experience and knowledge, to target that, because you need something to target, and because of your ignorance you don’t realize just how dumb you sound denigrating someone over a relevant skill you fail to appreciate the importance of.
You tell em pill
Thanks for your valuable intellectual contribution to the discussion Bob. It was at least as valuable as any of your other contributions to sensible discourse.
One ought not to be ignorant of appreciable differences between man and beast. FOR EXAMPLE, a vet who also happened to be a scientist could have observed back in the day that the bite of a funnel web spider hasn’t much effect on dogs and pigs, and pencilled in a theory that funnel web spiders probably were harmless to humans…
Pigs are one of the closer evolutionary species to primates inc humans BUT the funnel web venom has a devastating effect on humans and other primates.
Pigs and dogs can eat dirt mixed into their food without adverse effects but can die from eating a chocolate bar. Humans can eat a lot of chocolate and not only not die unless severely diabetic or something but experience aphrodisiac effects and perhaps a mild nausea. But if they consume too much dirt may contract the dangerous disease known as Pica.
Also it’s reported that chimpanzees share 98% of their genetic makeup with humans. Well, how fucking important is that measly 2% when comparing the two?
So how EXACTLY an evaluation of disease effects on one group [non human] applies to humans obviously often varies wildly.
Therefore obviously you want that the guy in charge specialises in human virology.
The only way this could be funnier would be if you were actually sat in front of this guy and his colleagues, running your mouth like that, as if you actually had a decent understanding, and a point to make…
Imagine what they could learn from you! I’m sure they never thought of any of that!
That’s the wrong way of looking at things, we’d all have lots to learn from them. For example I really don’t know what the best technique is for shampooing a chihuahua in 2020. Is blow drying appropriate? Do we need to wear masks and observe social distancing?
You’d probably want to wear a mask if near a vet who’s treating a cow for bloat. They make an incision into the stomach to relieve the pressure as cows can literally explode from bloat. The stomach gas escaping is gonna smell pretty bad.
For humans suffering a bit of mild bloat a small amount of bi carb [baking soda] in a glass of water can work wonders. Piercing the stomach with a sharp object is both completely unnecessary and definitely NOT recommended.