by Chris Campbell
Laissez Faire Books
Earlier this year, a paper written by German official Stephan Kohn in the Department of the Interior, the agency responsible for risk assessment and the protection of the population against risks, was leaked to the public.
It is now known in Germany as “The False Alarm Paper.”
The 83-page, highly detailed, paper, written in May, came to the incredible conclusion that there was not sufficient evidence for any overwhelming health risks from COVID-19 for the German population.
But, Kohn said, there was, in fact, enough evidence as early as April to suggest that the lockdowns had already caused, and would continue to cause, devastating health and economic damage, the likes of which could’ve been easily avoided with a more targeted approach.