Spontaneous Initiative that Unites Scientists, Doctors, Lawyers and Free Citizens from All over the World – Global Research

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17-09-20 08:16:00,

The independent studies of various scientists have highlighted several issues on the virus. Many inconsistencies have emerged from many points of view which are summarized in these two letters. The reflections start from two complementary approaches and ask for explanations by offering new approaches and protocols.

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Recipients

  • Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus , World Health Organization;
  • Mario Monti , Head of Health for the World Health Organization;
  • Ursula Von der Leyen , President of the European Commission;
  • David Sassoli, President of the European Parliament;
  • to the Presidents of each Nation;
  • to the Ministers of Health of each nation.

Letter from:

Antonietta Gatti, Fellow of Soc. Of Biomaterials and Eng., Italy
Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., Lawyer, USA

Dear Presidents and Ministers,

As an international group of scientists, doctors and lawyers, we contact you today about the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic, which has changed life around the world.

A variety of aspects about the SARS-CoV-2 virus and related therapeutics have been proven wrong. These included information provided by the WHO, the EU and governmental bodies in many European countries.

We are particularly concerned about the mechanism by which the virus works and the therapeutic protocols used almost identically around the world.

Several clinical aspects of SARS-CoV-2 behavior that we have observed are in stark contrast to what information authorities and the media have reported.

To properly understand the viral activity of SARS-CoV-2, we need more information.

A key question is why the concentration of lethality [% of deaths out of total positive subjects] was so different across European countries.

Therefore, we seek to understand and scientifically explain the concentration of mortality differences [the differences in mortality rates] from the virus in different countries and areas of Europe.

This knowledge is essential to determine if an ad hoc vaccine  , with all the associated risks, is really necessary, as many of you have stated.

If there is no answer we will consider you in accordance with our conclusions.

We thank you for your attention, and confident of your feedback,

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