Kristian Tangermann: 45-year-old German mayor “died suddenly and unexpectedly” in his home
March 28, 2022
Mr. Kristian Tangermann.LILIENTHAL, LOWER SAXONY
— A 45-year-old mayor and husband is dead; and mainstream media cannot blame COVID-19.
Mr. Kristian Willem Tangermann had been a politician for most of his adult life. He worked in the banking industry in the late 1990s after serving in the German military. Mr. Tangermann served as Lower Saxony state chairman for the Young Union of Germany
from 2002-2008. The organization works to further the interests of two conservative political parties – the Christian Democratic Union of Germany (CDU) and the Christian Social Union in Bavaria (CSU). The organization is said to have over 100,000 members, making it the largest youth political organization in Europe.
Mr. Tangermann went to law school in Hamburg. He graduated in 2004 and completed his legal clerkship at the The Higher Regional Court of Celle in 2007. Mr. Tangermann was a federal civil servant for the family and labor ministry in Berlin from 2007 to 2011. Among his duties was serving as a personal advisor for then Minister of Labor and Social Affairs Ursula von der Leyen. The latter is now President of the European Commission.
Mr. Tangermann and current North Rhine-Westphalia Minister of Transport Ina Brandes, got married on September 13, 2009, according to Ms. Brandes’ Facebook page. Mr. Tangermann was the office manager for CDU State Chairman and Lower Saxony Prime Minister David McAllister from 2011 to 2013.
He returned to the Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs from 2013 to 2016, before becoming mayor of Lilienthal
Another “vaccine” coincidence?
Note that there is no definitive evidence pointing to Mr. Tangermann receiving mRNA or viral vector DNA injections. There is, however, concrete proof that he did not die of so-called COVID-19. Thus mainstream media cannot use that excuse for this death of a relatively-young person. The last month of his life was a strange mix of vaxx zealotry, COVID-19 fearmongering, and loyalty to the overall narrative.
Mr. Tangermann posted a link to the Lower Saxony municipal website
on Facebook on February 25 that outlined new COVID-19 ordinances within the city.
Here are a few lowlights from the ordinance:
- Dancing is also possible again, but from a number of guests of more than 50 people only with a mask.
- The vaccinated person must be able to provide proof on paper or digitally as proof.
- If your final vaccination was already 3 months ago, then we strongly recommend the booster vaccination.
A Romanian website called Active News said Mr. Tangermann was vaccinated. Reporter Vlad Pârău
also said Mr. Tangermann constantly used his position to promote the injections. Mr Pârău quoted Mr. Tangermann from a March 1 press release to Lilienthal residents:
“Due to the number of infections in the Osterholz district and to limit the pandemic to the crown, we decided that personal access to the town hall is still possible only after prior telephone registration. Keep calm. The virus is not yet defeated. Thanks to everyone who follows the instructions for fighting the corona virus. Reduce your contacts as much as possible and get vaccinated. Thanks to everyone who has been and will be vaccinated against coronavirus. Stay healthy and confident.”
Mr. Tangermann posted a photo of a COVID-19 test, declaring that he was negative, on March 16.
He posted more fearmongering content on March 20, declaring, “unfortunately the numbers are rising again!”
Mr. Tangermann posted another photo of a COVID-19 test, declaring he was negative gain on March 21.
His final Facebook post came on March 21 at 10:29 a.m., promoting something called The International Cafe in the Monastery Church in Lilienthal. Mr. Tangermann was found dead by relatives in his Seebergen home
the next day. There were no indications of foul play
. The Verden/Osterholz Police opened an investigation because Mr. Tangermann “died young and unexpectedly.” CDU State Chairman Bernd Althusmann is one of several politicians
to offer condolences. “His sudden death shocks us all and leaves a void that will never be filled,” he said.
One media outlet said Mr. Tangermann was admired by many citizens
of Lilienthal. There are no further updates as of publishing.
The “impfungen” don’t work
These government and university statistics are all over the place as it relates to vaccination rates in Germany and Europe at-large. One report says that German adults are 90.6% fully-vaccinated
as of March 17. Another report says the number is 75% fully-vaccinated in Deutschland
Regardless, Germany recorded 297,850 new so-called COVID-19 cases on March 17, the country’s highest one-day total since this entire so-called COVID-19 agenda commenced in 2020. New cases never exceeded 80,000 in one day in 2020 and 2021. Common sense no longer exists among the masses. Thus the obvious observation that more injections lead to more sickness (i.e. adverse reactions) will fly right over the heads of grazing lambs.
While many EU countries are relaxing COVID-19 draconian mandates, the German Parliament will vote on a nationwide vaccine mandate
in the coming weeks. The country is also using that “Novavax will sway anti-vaxxers” narrative after the country received 1.4 million doses
of the insect virus vector shots
in late February.
Like the United States, Europe is going to be noticeably and visibly less populated by the end of 2022. Stay vigilant and protect your friends and loved ones.
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