Social network LinkedIn has deleted Wybrens account from Haga. Thats what the MEP of Forum for Democracy reports on Twitter.
Specifically, according to Van Haga, it is about saying that mouthcaps do not work, that only 0.23% of people suffering from corona infection die from it, instead of the 1.3% the RIVM estimates, and that the cabinets coronameasures are disproportionate.
LinkedIn doesnt want to respond to the decision in a comment: “We are committed every day to ensuring that our members have a safe, trusted and professional experience on LinkedIn. Our guidelines support that, and these apply to all of our members. We expect everyone to follow this policy too.”
Van Haga says in a comment that he is trying to get his account back active. He is very critical of LinkedIns decision: “The patent on truth should not lie with a company or the government. This makes discussion impossible. I had hoped that, as a Member of the House, I would be free from censorship of tech companies that are becoming increasingly powerful.”
Public Health Authorities
The case looks like what happened a few months ago with opinion poll Maurice the Hond. His account was temporarily deleted because, according to LinkedIn, “no contributions are allowed that directly contradict the guidelines of leading global health organizations and public health authorities.”
After a conversation between LinkedIn and De Hond, his account was activated again.
Van Haga is a fierce opponent of the governments coronation policy. According to Van Haga, corona does not lead to more overmortality than in other years, as he said last week in the House of Representatives. As in previous years, in the Netherlands 0.88 percent of the population died in 2020, he argues.
Thats what his party leader Thierry Baudet said on Twitter. However, it showed figures up to and including 6 December instead of the whole year. According to CBS, the surmortality rate in the first wave amounted to over 9000 people and in the second wave already over 5000.