The very foundation of any democracy is the exchange of ideas and opinions. ~ Reiner Fuellmich
Tamir Turgul is a young Israeli lawyer with experience advocating for victims of medical malpractice. In this five minute video he gives evidence to Germany’s Corona Ausschuss with Dr Reiner Fuellmich. Most of the Corona Ausschuss, which is available online, is spoken in German with only short snippets like this available in English. This two minute snippet of Dr Wolfgang Wodarg speaking about immunity is subtitled in English. The day before he gave testimony, Turgul and Fuellmich were filmed in a German bar discussing Covid-19 issues. A 15 minute video of this is here, described by Dr Fuellmich as their attempt to reignite democratic exchanges which have been so aggressively silenced through pandemic narrative.
Dr Simon Goddeke is a young Dutch scientist who recognised a problem with the PCR tests being used for SARS-CoV-2. He speaks here with journalist Dr Naomi Wolf about the experience which followed his explanation of this problem on Twitter, in which aggressive attempts were made to threaten his career and silence him. The fact that his university have come to his defense rather than dismissing him as was the aim of fellow scientists looking to silence him, shows that good can prevail, and will prevail.
The only way forward to ensure best public health practice, open scientific inquiry, justice and human rights are maintained, is to ensure that the most powerful voices are not the only voices we choose to listen to. The current single pandemic narrative and silencing of those questioning this narrative is a path towards totalitarianism which none of us, no matter how safe we may feel now, will benefit from. The political climate of today is reminiscent to me, of Europe in the 1930s. We must not allow this to happen.