| Wolfgang Wodarg |
(Doctor, Activist, Politician, COVID-19/Dissident, Science dissident)
|Born||2 March 1947|
|Alma mater||University of Hamburg|
|Exposed||Swine flu (H1N1)|
|Founder of||Corona Investigative Committee|
|Interests|| • Covid-19|
• Big Pharma
|Interest of||Planet Lockdown|
Wolfgang Wodarg is a German physician and former politician for SPD, now for Die Basis. He has been one of the most prominent critics and activist against government medical misinformation and disinformation during the Covid-19 lockdowns and the drive to vaccinate billions of people with experimental vaccines.
Since 1983 Wodarg has held the position of Amtsarzt at the health department of Flensburg, of which he became director in the same decade. Wolfgang Wodarg is a lecturer at the University of Flensburg.
Wolfgang Wodarg is a specialist for internal medicine and pulmonology, a specialist in hygiene and environmental medicine as well as in public health and social medicine. After his clinical work as an internist, he was, among other things, a director of a public health office in Schleswig-Holstein for 13 years, at the same time a lecturer at universities and technical colleges and chairman of the expert committee for environmental health at the Schleswig-Holstein Medical Association; in 1991 he received a scholarship to Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, USA (epidemiology).
2009 Exposure of Swine flu
As a member of the German Bundestag from 1994 to 2009, he was initiator and spokesman in the Enquête Commission "Ethics and Law of Modern Medicine", member of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe, where he was chairman of the Subcommittee on Health and vice-chairman of the Committee on Culture, Education and Science. In 2009, he initiated the committee of enquiry in Strasbourg on the role of the WHO in H1N1 (swine flu) and continued to be involved there as a scientific expert after leaving parliament.
Since 2011, Wodarg has been working as a freelance university lecturer, doctor and health scientist and was voluntarily involved as a board member and health working group leader at Transparency International Germany until 2020. Further information can be found on his website.