So let's apply Heisenberg's own logic to his theory.
According to his own theory, you can't depend on what he says - after all, you can't know both that something (his theory) is absolutely true and know absolutely what it is being truthful about. The more you demand certainty, the smaller the subject matter scope. Think along the lines of "Knowing more and more about less and less, until you know everything about nothing."
So, if Heisenberg's theory was absolutely true, it would apply to nothing. From which we can deduce that his theory is not true (and we can then make the statement that, since we are not governed by Heisenberg principles, it is absolutely not true
File it under the "self-negating propositions", along with "the collapse of the wave function" crapola.