The court ruled to forcibly vaccinate Holocaust survivor Inna Zhvanetskaya and then commit her to a psychiatric ward.
A court in the German city of Stuttgart, in the state of Baden- Württemberg, is seeking to force COVID-19 vaccinations for an 85-year- old Jewish composer and a Holocaust survivor, sparking outrage among German journalists and one Jewish community leader. A regional court has overruled the decision.
Austrian-based German-language website Report24 first reported on Tuesday of the case of Holocaust survivor Inna Zhvanetskaya. She was born in Ukraine in 1937. Holger Fischer, the attorney for Zhvanetskaya, said on his Telegram account on Thursday that a regional court in Stuttgart overruled the lower court, barring the forced vaccination.
Report 24 said Zhvanetskaya is slated to be sent, against her will, to a doctor, who will vaccinate her twice against COVID-19. The news outlet added that after the vaccination she will be institutionalized in a closed psychiatric facility.
Martin Arieh Rudolph, chairman of the Jewish community in Bamberg, Bavaria sent a letter to the president of the Jewish community in Stuttgart, Barbara Traub, asking if she and the Jewish community could intervene to help Zhvanetskaya.
Traub has recently faced criticism for failing to take action against Stuttgarts promotion of the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) campaign on its website, as well as the pro-Iran regime partnership between the city of Freiburg and Isfahan.
The plot just thickens. Gee, Why isn't wikid covering it? Wonder if her music's any good.
JPost article isn't naming any of the perps either -- strange. It's a Jew standing up against the very jewish death jabs with a jew lawyer helping..... and a "community leader" of Stuttgart heebs refusing to oppose BDS in that city!
The Chosen have got to be waking up and smelling the coffee. I just saw a graph somewhere of how "anti-Semitic" opinion had been falling long- term but has dramatically surged in just the past few years. Can't have been from a kike source or it would have have been a steady crescendo.
DON'T MISS, por favor, how the Jewrusalem Post blithely refers to "chairman of the Jewish community in Bamberg" and "the president of the Jewish community in Stuttgart", lower case. How does that work? Gee, does it mean there's a chairman of the English and Scottish (or agnostic or extinctionist) communities in my town?
Jewdicious use of upper case now: "Second Generation Holocaust survivors"
Every time somebody's referred to as a 'holocaust survivor' they should be required to say exactly how -- there ought to be a law. German coverage on Ms Zhvanetskaya in Odysee:
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