August 17, 2022
We’ve covered some crazy coincidences on The COVID Blog™ in the last 20 months. The three Ohio Judges dying in a nine-day span in late September/early October after their county mandated the injections was quite the coincidence. The fact that Ohio judges had been sentencing probationers to receive mRNA and viral vector DNA injections that summer made it that much stranger. But now we have a story that tops that one.
The Bundesliga is the top-tier of professional soccer in the German football league system. It is owned and operated by the Deutsche Fußball Liga (DFL), a subsidiary of Die Liga – Fußballverband. There’s no salary cap in the league, meaning teams can pay players as much or as little as they want. It’s like Major League Baseball in the United States. Thus the richest team (i.e. the New York Yankees) can essentially buy championships by stacking their rosters with the best players.
Bayern Munich is the Yankees of Bundesliga, but even more dominant. The team has won 32 (of a possible 58) national titles, including 10 straight since 2013. Bayern Munich has eight of the 11 highest-paid players in the league, and a total payroll of around €180 million. Only one other team (out of 18) total has a nine-figure payroll (Borussia Dortmund – €101 million), with the remaining teams having annual payrolls between €8 million and €67 million. The point is that the best players are very wealthy, and are big investments for their respective teams.
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The DFL, as early as October 2021, implemented a vaccine coercion policy. The 3G public health rule applied to players at that time, meaning you could only play if you were recently recovered from so-called COVID-19, fully vaccinated, or had consecutive negative tests. Note that fans were subject to the stricter 2g rules. The DFL reported in October 2021 that 90% of Bundesliga players and personnel were vaccinated.
We’ve posited several times that the reason NBA, NFL and MLB players in the United States are not dropping dead like soccer players worldwide is because they are likely receiving placebos or just receiving vaccine cards without the shots. It’s simply bad business for team owners to maim and kill workers with 9-figure, fully-guaranteed contracts.
Granted, like the NFL (and unlike the NBA), many Bundesliga players aren’t “high-rollers,” particularly outside of Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund. But apparently soccer clubs aren’t as interested in protecting their investments as NFL and NBA teams.
Most soccer victims in this global vaccine genocide die on the pitch. But another common coincidence related to “vaccines” is post-injection cancers. We hadn’t seen any cases in soccer player at all, until now. Sadly said cases come in bunches.
Timo Baumgartl: 26-year-old FC Union Berlin centre back returns to “light training” after testicular cancer surgery, chemotherapy
Mr. Timo Baumgartl was born in Böblingen, Baden-Württemberg (Germany). His youth soccer career commenced in 2010 at age 14 with SSV Reutlingen. He moved on to VfB Stuttgart a year later and remained with the club for three seasons.
Mr. Baumgartl signed a five-year contract with VfB in 2017. Note that like NFL contracts, Bundesliga and most other European soccer contracts are essentially toilet paper and can be cancelled at anytime. That said, he earned about €2.6 million in two seasons with VfB before signing a five-year deal with PSV Eindhoven in the Netherlands on July 25, 2019. Mr. Baumgartl earned another €2.5 million in two seasons there. He’s played for Union Berlin on loan from PSV since 2021. His salary this season is €1.4 million.
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Union Berlin announced on May 9 that Mr. Baumgartl was diagnosed with a testicular tumor, and had undergone surgery to remove it.
He underwent chemotherapy thereafter. The team announced on August 3 that Mr. Baumgartl was back doing light workouts.
But there’s no word as to when he’ll return to live action. In the meantime, Mr. Baumgartl is trying to make the best of the entire situation.
Marco Richter: 24-year-old Hertha BSC forward diagnosed with testicular tumor
Mr. Marco Richter was born in Friedberg, Bavaria (Germany). He started his career with the FC Bayern Munich Junior Team in 2004, at age 7. He joined the FC Augsburg reserve team in 2015. Mr. Richter was called up to the senior team in 2017. He played there for the next four seasons, earning a total of €1.6 million. Mr. Richter was traded to Hertha BSC in August 2021. His salary this season is around €839,000.
Hertha BSC announced on July 12 that Mr. Richter had been diagnosed with a testicular tumor. He reported via Instagram on July 20 that the tumor was malignant, but was successfully removed without the need for chemotherapy.
It was initially announced that he’d be out indefinitely after the surgery. But he posted another Instagram update on August 9, announcing that he was already back with the team.
Mr. Richter did not dress in the teams last match on August 13 against Eintracht Frankfurt. It’s unclear if he’ll dress for Friday afternoon’s game against Borussia Mönchengladbach.
Sébastien Haller: 28-year-old Borussia Dortmund forward diagnosed with testicular tumor
Mr. Sébastien Haller is a 28-year-old French-born player for Borussia Dortmund. He played for the French national team from 2010 to 2019. But he switched to the Ivory Coast national team in 2020. Mr. Haller’s mother is from the Ivory Coast. His father is French. He’s been asked many times if he regrets the decision, to which he’s always replied no.
Mr. Haller started playing soccer at age 9 for FCO Vigneux. His senior career started in 2010 with AJ Auxerre (France). Mr. Haller signed a team record €49.8 million deal with West Ham United of the British Premiere League in 2019. He signed with AFC Ajax in Amsterdam for €22.5 million in January 2021 before joining Borussia Dortmund on July 6, on a 4-year, €31 million deal. It is the second-richest deal in team history, according to Forbes. But the honeymoon was short lived.
Borussia Dortmund announced on July 18 that Mr. Haller was diagnosed with a testicular tumor after being ill during training camp in Switzerland. He traveled back to Germany that day for further tests. Mr. Haller posted a photo from a hospital bed on Instagram on July 21. The caption says that the first step in his treatment has been completed.
Give me cancer, or give me death
We cannot even count anymore the number of post-injection cancer cases happening on a daily basis. Two of the now seven dead Canadian doctors since July reportedly died of cancer. Just like vaccine deaths in this global genocide, a vast majority of post-injection cancer cases will happen in silence or be rendered to quick social media blurbs.
Mrs. Jessica Krock, of the Krocks In The Kitchen YouTube duo, is the one of the most recent cases we’ve covered on The COVID Blog™. She was diagnosed with post-injection Stage III ovarian cancer in June. The Krocks were away from social media for about three weeks until publishing a short update via Instagram on August 4. They posted a longer on YouTube today. The Krocks drove to the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota for Mrs. Krock’s chemotherapy. Perhaps the saddest words she spoke: “I’m not ready to be part of the cancer community.”
She also said she may still be in denial. What’s worse is that Mrs. Krock had a liver biopsy done because doctors believe the cancer may have spread. They are still awaiting the results.
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Meanwhile, Australian MP Prue Car is the other recent post-injection cancer case we’ve covered. She was diagnosed with a kidney tumor in July. Incredibly, after the diagnosis, Mrs. Car received a booster shot. She posted an update on Instagram yesterday, reporting that she had “major surgery” to remove the kidney tumor.
We’ll continue following up on all these cases.
Of course this blogger is an American over age 40. Our generation doesn’t particularly like soccer. But it’s hard not to root for seamless comebacks for Mr. Richter, Mr. Baumgartl and Mr. Haller. The reality, however, is that it’s highly unlikely the latter two ever recover to their pre-chemotherapy skill levels. Chemo is literally allowing doctors to poison you, under the guise that it will somehow improve your health. Further, these post-injection cancers are completely new, very aggressive, and, at least from our coverage, have up to 60% fatality rates.
If you or someone you know comes down with regular cancer, keep this article in your back pocket. But post-injection cancers are like nothing we’ve ever seen. Regardless, it’s still better to die with dignity versus being radiated and poisoned to death by doctors.
Stay vigilant and protect your friends and loved ones.
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