Claire Deeks, New Zealand lawyer and spokesperson of Voices for Freedom in New Zealand, interviewed Dr Reiner Fuellmich three weeks ago. Among many points of relevance Fuellmich discusses the takeover of mainstream media which has occurred over the twelve years since 2009 when the last pandemic swindle was halted in time. He says that had this takeover not happened, neither would the Covid pandemic have occurred in the way that it has. He discusses three points of contention being argued in the international class action law suit his team are coordinating, which also receives exactly zero mainstream media mentions:
- How dangerous is this virus?
- How dangerous are the anti-Covid measures?
- How reliable are the PCR tests?
Suicide rates are sky rocketing globally as a direct result of the anti-Covid measures being enforced. Our tiny NGO working in one small Cambodian community are experiencing this fact at a rate never seen as people already impoverished are pushed into depths of despair. As dawn broke on the Mekong yesterday the malnourished corpse of a homeless father of two very young children I know was found hanging from a tree. In the video footage shared to me by my local colleague, the “Covid ambulance” arrived and hazmatted heroes swabbed his nose before the body could be released to his family. Had a positive result been forthcoming he would have been added to the nation’s Covid death numbers. That’s how we roll in “new normal” and asking questions or raising doubt is an outrage and a crime.
Fuellmich discusses the “panic paper” which was leaked in Germany, in which a government department explicitly calls for “making children feel responsible for the tortured deaths of their parents and grandparents because they didn’t wash their hands or wear their masks“. This is the exact opposite of the most basic tenet of Public Health, being to keep society calm and functioning in the face of infectious disease threats. Fuellmich refers to the panic paper as “Dr Mengele speaking“.
With regards to the takeover of our academic and media institutions, Wikipedia describes Rhodes Scholar Devi Sridhar as an Indian American public health researcher, who holds the Chair of Global Public Health at the University of Edinburgh. Her research considers the effectiveness of public health interventions and how to improve developmental assistance for health. Her background is Anthropology. She is a “pandemic expert” who speaks to BBC television regularly, on masking, lockdowns, vaccinations and other political recommendations for virus control. She has authored two books, ironically on the theme of “battling hunger”. Something that has risen exponentially as a direct result of the lockdown policies which she promotes vigorously with zero evidence.
Sridhar recently featured in a BBC promotional video talking about the safety and benefits of Covid-19 vaccines for children. HART Group, a collaboration of experienced clinicians and public health experts whose philosophy is in direct opposition to Sridhar’s, but which receives zero mainstream attention, produced a response to the video expressing the rationale for their concerns about childhood experimental vaccination now being rolled out.
The University of Edinburgh, where Sridhar holds an influential position, is beneficiary of US$41m from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. BBC’s Media Action are beneficiary of at least $51m from B&MGF. The chances that these people and institutions are in any way, shape or form, independent and impartial seem unlikely given this massive conflict of interest.
In the UK mask mandates remain in place causing conflict on a daily basis between what has become known in some circles as “Team Panic” (pro-masking) and “Team Reality” (pro-evidence). This weekend England’s annual Royal Ascot horse race, attended by our world elites, many of whom (Prince Charles in particular) are closely associated with Gates and the World Economic Forum, looked like this. Perhaps hats and crowds really are as effective as masks and social distancing? Perhaps Team Mengele know it?