Yesterday, millions of people all over the world directed their attention to a small courtroom in Germany. In it was a man who had dared to question the saga of a so-called vaccine being the solution for a so-called pandemic right from the beginning. His professional background would have been enough to take his voice seriously.
Still, thousands of scientists and clinicians who warned of a genetic experiment without proper testing on humanity were silenced, their licenses withdrawn, or sent to prison.
Prof Dr Sucharit Bhakdi has always invited dialogue but science, politics, and the media have refused to engage in an exchange. Instead, humanity was thrown into fear, deactivating our rational frontal lobes and falling back into instinctive but not reflective behavior by obeying one solution for everybody on this planet—a concept the World Health Organization wants to impose on all of us for any medical issue declared for plants, animals, or humans in the future.
Prof Bhakdi was alleged to have violated German law by downplaying the Holocaust, which in Germany is a crime that can be punished with up to five years in prison. Interestingly, none of his scientific conclusions on the danger of the injections was the topic of the trial.
Anyone who has personally encountered Prof Bhakdi knows that his deep love for humanity excludes prejudice, hatred, or moral wrongdoing. The accusations against him were taken entirely out of context, and the lawyers admitted in the courtroom that they had failed to listen to the entire interview, out of which a mere two sentences were taken to create the accusations.
The motives around filing this court case remain mysterious, but it was not based on facts. It seemed the ultimate attempt, after ongoing public degradations, to silence an important global voice. But this attempt may ultimately be a big mistake.
Countless doctors, nurses, and scientists have witnessed the evident ineffectiveness and dangers of this medical experiment, the so-called Covid-19 vaccine. While one year ago, many could have assumed benign but ignorant motives to save humanity from a threat, we now know that with so many significant safety signals showing serious risk, any other drug would have been taken off the market immediately. But as the injections and, in some countries, even mandates continue, we must question the real motives around this experiment.
More than one thousand studies prove the dangers of this injection for pregnant women, fetuses, children, and all of us. Even the findings of plasmid contamination in the vials and the potential lifelong production of mRNA and toxic viral particles within our bodies have not stopped these injections.
Unfortunately, rational arguments currently seem ineffective in changing this crime’s course. But Prof Dr Sucharit Bhakdi’s court case has seen millions worldwide lighting a candle for this brave man and creating a field of compassion and truth. May all the voiceless people who did not speak out in fear for their reputation and livelihood find encouragement.
Alistair Williams, the most censored comedian in the UK, powerfully reminded us at the last WCH General Assembly Meeting: “Darkness is nothing but the absence of light”.
Shortly before the court hearing, Prof Bhakdi said he was probably the only person not nervous about the imminent ruling. Let us all keep the vision of our future for our children and for all of us as a clear and beautiful picture in our imagination. And Let us leave fear and enter trust so that we can do so. Let us all feel inspired by entering this trust and clarity.
Dear Prof Bhakdi, we thank you for your strength, perseverance, love for the truth, and language of compassion for life in all its forms. Using truth in combination with the language of our hearts is the Better Way forward. The truth will prevail.
Together, let us be the light that guides our destiny.
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