“It is forbidden to administer something that brings people’s lives into danger.” Robert Gorter, MD, PhD

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06-06-21 09:15:00,

 

“It is forbidden to administer something that brings people’s lives into danger.”

The Swiss medical network Aletheia warns of the Covid-19 law. In the course of yesterday’s press conference, Sucharit Bhakdi also turned to the Swiss votes:

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May 29th, 2021

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The Covid-19- and the PMT law are currently moving to Switzerland. The Swiss voters will vote on the two templates on 13 June 2021. On the plan, they also called the critical physician network Aletheia. “There are two votes on the agenda that are enormous. Not only for us but also for later generations, “said Aletheia founding member Med. Andreas Heisler at the beginning of the press conference, which the physician network on May 28th, 2021 held in the Cage Tower in Bern. The focus of the conference was also the two templates.

But worrying, the physician network, which now belongs to 2500 people, is not just because of the two laws. Thinking Aletheia also gives the pressure that is now exercised on children to vaccinate. At the forefront involved are the media again, said Heisler. This exceeded the last red line. Therefore, it now applied to act with facts and science. Both have held up the network in recent months.

Heisler appealed to central importance in this context, which the medical profession is coming. “You have a special responsibility. We doctors have to stand up for our patients. » That is right now central because measures prevailed that would weaken the patient’s immune system. “No action has really brought something,” Stressed Heisler. It is therefore the duty of doctors to point out and to say that they would now have to be terminated.

Dr. Sucharit Bhakdi was switched on via Livestream. The former specialist for microbiology and infection epidemiology and former head of the Institute of Medical Microbiology and Hygiene of the Johannes-Gutenberg University in Mainz turned to the Swiss votes in an emotional speech. Bhakdi also explained what connects him to Switzerland.

The infection epidemiologist spent several years of his childhood in Switzerland. A time in which he learned Switzerland to love.

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