PANDA’s aim is to offer an evidence-based pathway for policy makers and citizens by returning to long-established public health principles that uphold fundamental human rights. This comprehensive document provides the scientific backing to reopening society.
Menschen ohne Symptome werden von der Corona-Politik als potenziell infektiös behandelt und ausgegrenzt.
Kogu maailmas on COVID-19 pandeemia ajal ametlik rahvatervise poliitika tuginenud murele, et inimesed, kellel ei ole haiguse sümptomeid, võivad viirust edasi kanda. Kas see mure on põhjendatud?
Across the globe, official public health policy during the COVID-19 pandemic has been underpinned by the concern that people without disease symptoms may transmit the virus. Is this concern warranted?
Toronto Business Journal with Dr. Peter McCullough – The Vaccine as the Manifest Destiny of the Pandemic
Dr. McCullough discusses a multitude of topics highly relevant to the thrusting of the experimental gene therapy injections onto our world’s population: moral authority, political and financial conflicts of interest among those making policy and the need for truly independent committees and assessments, spike protein toxicity, public health’s abject failure to manage early infection with well-known, safe and reliable treatments likely leading to hundreds of thousands of unnecessary deaths.
Dr. McCullough conscientiously and knowledgeably illustrates how “the dream to get a needle in every arm” may not only be highly inadvisable, but actually a nightmare for increasing numbers of us, unless we act now.”
A Twitter thread by Abir Ballan that separates the Covid-19 facts from the fiction. Its time to stop existing and time to choose life.
Nick discusses discrepancies between COVID directives from the government and the newly released Dr Fauci emails. He identifies sudden and common changes in government response to COVID that happened at a a similar time, all over the world. During the interview they investigate irrational COVID policy responses.
John Ioannidis, is a Professor of medicine, epidemiology and population health. He discusses the expertise needed to manage a pandemic, including the limitations of computer modelling versus the unpredictable behaviour of infections. Hosted by IHU Méditerranée-Infection on YouTube.
Nick Hudson on the South African government’s avoidance of data in decision-making throughout the pandemic – Reliable data; an essential component of effective policy formation.
Investigative journalist Sonia Elijah interviews Nick Hudson, who talks about the scandal of using the PCR test to diagnose Covid-19, conflicts of interest, the late Tanzanian president Magufuli, Dr Reiner Fuellmich’s class action lawsuit, Big Tech censorship and much more