German firefighter Oliver Janke experienced a life-threatening adverse reaction to his two mandatory Covid “vaccines.” After receiving his second experimental Pfizer injection, the 22-year-old was afflicted with Guillain-Barré syndrome and Myetitis, which caused massive paralysis and almost killed him. The formerly healthy young man is now in a wheelchair. “I was lucky that my doctor, from the beginning, said it was a vaccine injury,” reveals Janke.
Janke’s first “vaccination” was on June 3, 2021, and his second was on July 15, 2021. After three weeks, the young man became paralyzed entirely, was admitted to the intensive care unit, and almost died – and not just once. Janke has been in the hospital for 132 days. He also has severe spinal cord inflammation and must be treated with strong and highly addictive painkillers to withstand the crippling pain.
Watch the following video translated by RAIR Foundation USA of Oliver Janke’s life-changing vaccine injuries and his fight to stay alive:
Despite Germany’s Largest Health Insurer recently revealing that one in twenty-five clients had to undergo medical treatment in 2021 for Covid vaccine side effects, the country’s embattled Health Minister, Karl Lauterbach, continues to push the dangerous injections and his vaccine agenda.
The Minister just recently announced an infection protection law that will go into effect in October. Under the new law, only people in Germany who were vaccinated less than three months ago will be recognized as “vaccinated.”
Those considered “vaccinated” will be exempted from some of the Minister’s new freedom-crushing laws. For example, the newly boosted with be exempted from the obligation to wear masks in restaurants or at cultural and sporting events.
As reported last week at RAIR, the 59-year-old left-wing controversial Health Minister tested positive for Covid. Yet, despite the “vaccinated” and “boosted” Health Minister contracting Covid and the overwhelming amount of vaccine injuries being reported, he is moving full steam ahead with his fall Covid strategy.
How many more lives must be destroyed or lost before governments worldwide stop demanding and pressuring their citizens to receive the injections? When will government adequately compensate and help the vaccine injured pay for treatment and rehabilitation? When will governments be held accountable for forcing citizens to receive a “vaccine” that has not been adequately analyzed and tested? We are hopeful that Oliver Janke and the many others who have been injured or lost their lives due to the Covid “vaccines” can help bring awareness to others.
My second [Covid] vaccination was on the 15th of July 2020. Three weeks later, I noticed my feet weren’t working right anymore. Following that, I was completely paralyzed from head to toe. Like in the movies, I could just blink. Nothing more. I was in ICU for several weeks and I nearly died several time due to this. After this vaccination, my entire life went from 100% to zero. Without my mother and my girlfriend, I would have never survived this. Never. Dark Life — Oliver Janke — Vaccinated and damaged Oliver Janke (22) — vaccinated with Comirnaty (BioNTech/Pfizer) —I was hospitalised and in rehab for 132 days. The last 30 days I’ve been in outpatient care and rehabilitation. From the 1st of July, it will continue another 30 days. Diagnosis My official diagnosis is Guillain-Barré syndrome. It causes the body to be paralyzed. For some people, it starts in the hands. For me, it started in the feet. The body can start to become paralyzed from the feet up. I was treated with very strong medication, because I was in such horrible pain. The vaccine not only gave me Guillain-Barré syndrome, but myelitis as well. That’s a sort of infection of the spinal cord, which I still have, with a lot of pain. The medication you need for that kind of pain, you can’t take forever. Opiates help, but you can’t take opiates your entire life. You’ll become addicted. At 22, that’s not something you want. First Therapy At the very beginning, after a week in the hospital, I started the immunoglobulin therapy. Slowly I regained some feeling in my legs. In my feet. I thought to myself, “This is good. It’s working fast.” I went to rehab or I had to go to rehab, to relearn how to walk properly and so on. Speaking too. I had to relearn everything. First Setback In the hospital in Berlin, I wasn’t making much progress. Actually, my condition worsened. The therapy focused on sport and not mobilization for the feet. Just doing sport made everything worse. One day, I was in a restaurant, with someone from rehab. While we ate together, it got really bad. I couldn’t move my legs at all anymore. I couldn’t walk anymore. Nothing at all. I was able to walk the few yards back to the rehab center, but since then I need a wheelchair. Examination I was in the hospital for one day and they did an emergency MRI. They said they found lesions on the brain and on the spine. Then they wanted to make a new diagnosis. Misdiagnosis They were saying I had Multiple Sclerosis (MS), but I said, “Nope. I’m not doing that.” I told them I wanted to leave. I discharged myself. The next day, I went home. Following that, about four weeks later, I was re-admitted to the hospital. Further Examinations Everything got worse. I felt bad. They did another lumbar puncture, to extract cerebrospinal fluid. After checking that, they poked me with a needle in my calf, on my shin and in my scalp. The also poked me in the thigh, to measure the nerve conduction. They honestly told me, my nerves were like that of a grandma. The Next Setback I left that hospital because they couldn’t find anything, and went home. That was in November. In December, on the night between the 7th and the 8th of December, I fell into complete paralysis. I could only get help over the emergency app on my phone. After I pressed the three buttons I was completely paralyzed — head to toe. I could only move my eyes, like in the movies. I could blink. Nothing more. Further Setbacks Then I was back in the hospital. I’ll never forget it, in the emergency room, on a table. I was in horrible pain, but the worst part for me, at that point, was that my colleagues from the volunteer fire brigade had to carry me out of my own apartment. The doctors were also all flustered, the nurses too, because they never had such a case. I was completely paralyzed, in horrible pain and I couldn’t say anything at all. It makes you start to question everything. What’s going to happen to him? What if he doesn’t make it? This carried with it my greatest fears. I was placed into an artificial coma, because nothing else was working. My chances of survival were waning. I also had Corona at this point, to my surprise. I had no idea, because I had no symptoms whatsoever. I thought to myself, “Well, great!” Next Therapy I was started on plasmapheresis, it’s more or less dialysis. After the third plasmapheresis session, I could move my hand again a little bit. After the fourth, I could move my arm. The doctors said there were so many unknowns and they weren’t sure what to do. I nearly died from it, multiple times. The despair came more or less after the setbacks, which was about every six weeks. One night, next to my uncle, who also was in the hospital sick with Corona, we were in the same room. For about a minute and a half I stopped breathing. I was permanently hooked up to machines which peeped. When I stopped breathing, they tried to wake me up, which they did. If I hadn’t been hooked up to the machines, I’d be dead. Just like back on December 7-8, if I hadn’t managed to push those three buttons, on that app, I would have also died. What gave me strength? I just believed that everything would get better. And that love would help heal him. I was lucky that my doctor, from the beginning, said it was a vaccine injury. There are very few doctors who will say that. I’ve seen very many doctors who said my condition couldn’t have anything to do with the vaccination. I had to go to four psychologists, because those doctors said I had disassociated personality disorder. In the beginning, you’re unable to tell the beginning from the end, which steps to take next and whether or not he’s going to survive. —My physical therapists at the Ernst von Bergmann clinic have done an amazing job. They tormented me very often, but it was necessary. Without them, I wouldn’t have made the progress that I have. I had to relearn how to walk, how to speak and how to eat. I had a feeding tube through my nose for a few weeks. I wasn’t able to eat solid food, because I couldn’t swallow. Yes, it was an extreme situation, and they never had such a case at Ernst von Bergmann clinic. For nearly a year now, I’m no longer able to work. I’ve always earned an honest living. Now that’s all destroyed by the government because of getting vaccinated. Obviously, I’m no longer able to volunteer for the fire department. I have my AGT, breathing apparatus training. Normally, I’m the one running into burning buildings to help and save other people. My hobbies are gone. I used to do weight lifting and martial arts. All that isn’t possible anymore. My greatest wish is that my health return, so I can do everything again. It would be really nice if more support would come from the government. It’s difficult to imagine what this does to you physically, but financially it has created a gigantic chaos. You have to fight for everything. There should be proper compensation for the vaccine-injured, and there are plenty in Germany. There must be compensation in order to live a reasonable life. Medication needs to be paid for, for those who got the vaccine and are now injured. I found a very good rehabilitation center in Babelsberg. They are teaching me so much, especially the fine motor skills. Also memory training. My memory was also affected by this disease, and I am able to sleep better now. This rehab is really the best, so I can’t say one bad thing about it. Naturally, I’m angry when I hear all the moronic things politicians say, if I may say so. They say, “Vaccine injury? Oh, hardly any vaccine injuries! There are so few cases.” The Paul Ehrlich Institute reports only 0.2% contracted Guillain-Barré syndrome. At my rehab center, I shared a room with someone who had it, too. At the hospital, there were five others in the same situation. And when I was in the Corona unit, there were even more. Over 80% of patients in the Corona unit were vaccinated. 20% were unvaccinated. In my opinion, if I hadn’t been vaccinated, I would have been more protected from Corona. At least I wouldn’t have had such a severe case without the vaccine. After the vaccine, my entire life went from 100% to zero. There’s really very little that makes me happy during this time. Of course, my girlfriend does. Also my mother and my family, who support me, but nothing else, except the occasion in the hospital. I wanted to tell that story. Once my circulation was mostly stable and I could sort of stand, a nurse came and asked what she could do to make me happy. I told her I’d like a cigarette and a beer. She laughed and called my mother. She was so happy and nearly cried. She said, “My son is feeling better!” Many people in this situation would have been so distraught and depressed. I have to say, for sure, it has been difficult and complicated to continue to fight. I’m so impressed by his will to live and that he’s able to say he’ll overcome this. He’s young, and he will do it. That’s what is so great about him. Yep. Nobody should just give up, because if you give up on yourself, you won’t get far.