Doctors for Covid Ethics. Newsletter.


Dear Doctors for Covid Ethics subscribers and friends,

Thank you for your ongoing interest in our efforts to provide honest, independent scientific information and analysis regarding COVID and mRNA vaccines. We want to call your attentions to the court hearing of Dr. Sucharit Bhakdi, scheduled on May 23, 2023.

Dr. Sucharit Bhakdi is Professor Emeritus of Medical Microbiology and Immunology, Former Chair, Institute of Medical Microbiology and Hygiene, Johannes Gutenberg University of Mainz. He has been telling the truth about COVID-19 and the mRNA vaccines since the very beginning of the so-called “COVID-19 Pandemic.” As a result, in order to silence him, he has been vindictively accused of two unfounded charges in connection with two public statements he made in April and September of 2021. He is now facing a hearing at the lower court in Plön, Germany.

Read the timeline of Dr. Bhakdi’s legal case.

Dr. Bhakdi urgently needs your support. 

Dr. Bhakdi has played a leading role in shaping and communicating the Doctors for COVID Ethics message. Doctors for COVID ethics have informed and will continue to inform the general public about COVID-19 and vaccination based on conscientious science. We support the right of Dr. Bhakdi’s freedom of speech, share his concerns, and stand with him.

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Doctors For Covid Ethics


3 Responses to “Doctors for Covid Ethics. Newsletter.”

  1. danceaway says:

    It will be interesting to see if Reimer Fueillmich comes forward to help, as he is German and in the legal field, and has supposedly been active in uncovering the fraud that is covid. Or is it a case of him, like Malone perhaps, being more concerned with his own significance than the cause when push comes to shove.

    Given that this is happening in Germany, it is incredibly serious. Prof Bhakti has been the leading force in the Doctors for Covid Ethics Symposiums, which have been hosted by UKColumn. He has been extremely outspoken and forceful in those presentations.

    • ian says:

      Indeed D’, it’s really difficult to know who is genuinely on the side of the people. I’ve mentioned before, but it can be a good way of handling dissenters. Give them a false “leader”, or someone with a voice, who says what they want to hear, and thus preventing them from getting desperate and acting themselves. There have been a few voices which have melted away.

  2. Tapestry says:

    Non-political opposition is as if no opposition.