Having tried to contain the COVID-19 epidemic for two years, it is clear from the scientific literature that the measures adopted globally have failed. Indeed, there is no compelling evidence supporting lockdown restrictions, social distancing, mask mandates, or vaccine mandates.
As healthcare professionals we therefore demand:
- An immediate halt to all COVID-19 policy measures and mandates.
- An immediate review of policies and procedures adopted under the guise of the COVID-19 emergency measures.
- An immediate review of all policymaking and regulatory bodies, and task groups involved in COVID-19 policy recommendations and mandates.
- Establishment of a mechanism to hold accountable those individuals involved in the promulgation, implementation and enforcement of COVID-19 policies, procedures and mandates.
When the COVID-19 pandemic was declared, many countries began to adopt a no-negotiation policy and enforced policies and medical management based upon biased data distributed from limited sources and from a selected group of institutions. Despite these institutions constantly wavering in their narrative and experiencing discord within their own panels, governments, policy makers, regulators and medical advisors chose to follow and impose this narrative on nations. This has had devastating economic repercussions and undermined trust in the medical profession.
The economic repercussions of the COVID-19 policies will be felt for years to come. The monetary costs of measures taken to prevent the spread of the virus have outweighed the costs of the direct effects of the virus itself. The gap between the economic classes has widened considerably, with a minority of selected stakeholders enjoying exponential increases in wealth, while the majority of people endure the effects of economic devastation.
A relationship of trust between doctor and patient should be at the core of Medicine. But, despite some physicians and medical groups having developed effective early treatment protocols for COVID-19 using approved, well-established medicines, governments, policy makers, regulators and medical advisors chose to suppress and even criminalize the use of these effective medicines in the management and care of patients. They also chose to enforce questionable medical protocols that resulted in the deaths of numerous individuals. This included prescribing Midazolam for care home patients in Britain, and Remdesivir and intubation for hospital patients in the USA.
At the same time as effective early treatments were being suppressed, candidate mRNA ‘vaccines’ were rushed to market under emergency use authorization. Despite being inadequately tested, these novel and unconventional gene-based injections are being forced on populations through mandates and coercion. While they are constantly touted as ‘safe and effective’, it is clear that these injections are failing, with boosters now being required, and unprecedented numbers of adverse reactions, including deaths, being reported. It is our contention that the governments, policy makers, regulators and medical advisors responsible for the response to COVID-19 have been provoking genocide.
The following two sections of this document present:
1. A summary of what we now know about the COVID-19 epidemic, most of which has been suppressed by governments, corporations, international agencies and the media.
2. A comprehensive list of references in which the evidence for these statements may be found.
This is the evidence upon which we base our demands for a halt to the COVID-19 measures, a thorough review of these measures, and the holding to account of those who have perpetrated and profited from these measures.
Section 1: The COVID-19 situation, February 2022
According to evidence-based literature and comparative analysis we know the following:
1. COVID-19 Vaccine mandates:
- Do not prevent viral transmission;
- Do not prevent infection; and
- Do not statistically reduce hospitalization or all-risk death.
- The long-term safety profile is still unknown.
- There is growing evidence that COVID-19 vaccines reduce immunogenicity, or the eliciting of an immune response.
2. Natural immunity vs. vaccine-induced immunity:
- Natural immunity to SARS-CoV-2 is vastly superior to immunity provided by vaccination.
- Any recommendation that those who have already been infected with SARS-CoV-2 should receive the vaccine contradicts evidence-based medicine.
- Data shows that herd immunity has been reached, resulting in a decline in infections.
3. Therapeutic protocols and interventions in COVID-19 therapy:
- Multiple reports provide evidence that early therapeutic intervention results in excellent outcomes after COVID-19 infection.
4. The PCR test:
- The PCR test that was mandated globally as a form of screening for COVID-19 produced a high percentage of false positive results.
- There was no basis for this decision as the PCR test does not isolate the pathogen.
- The PCR test yields a particularly high percentage of false positive results in asymptomatic individuals. This is consistent with a previously well-known observation in Epidemiology that tests done on asymptomatic individuals have low positive predictive value.
- The PCR test is unable to distinguish between SARS-CoV-2 and other viral infections such as influenza and the common cold.
5. Asymptomatic transmission:
- There is no evidence that asymptomatic people are drivers of transmission of SARS-CoV-2.
- There is no evidence of benefits of isolating asymptomatic people who have a positive PCR test for COVID-19.
6. The risk of COVID-19 in children:
- The majority of children infected with COVID-19 have very mild symptoms.
- The majority of children who test positive for COVID-19 are asymptomatic.
- There is no data demonstrating asymptomatic transmission or transmission of COVID-19 from children.
- Many other respiratory agents affect children to a higher degree than SARS-CoV-2.
7. Overreporting and exaggeration of COVID-19 deaths in hospital:
- There is evidence that hospitalization and mortality rates from COVID-19 have been grossly overestimated in most countries. This is due to basing estimates solely on PCR testing, while disregarding the etiology or cause of the clinical condition, comorbidities, and grounds for admission to hospital.
8. Lockdown measures:
The global lockdown of communities, including isolating healthy individuals, curfews, social distancing, and mask mandates, have not been proven effective at reducing the risk of COVID-19 infection; there is no statistical benefit of lockdown measures in curtailing COVID-19 infection.
Based on the observations above, our directive to governments, policy makers, regulators and the medical fraternity is the immediate termination of all COVID-19 policies, including mandates, vaccine passports, segregation, and discrimination based on an individual’s health or vaccination status.
Section 2: Reference list of supporting studies
We present a comprehensive summary of references supporting the summary of findings listed above.
COVID-19 Vaccine mandates:
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- The Israeli Public Emergency Council for the COVID-19 Crisis. Position Paper. The Science and the Ethics Regarding the Risk Posed by Non-Vaccinated Individuals. https://pecc-il.org/docs/position-paperthe-science-and-the-ethics-regarding-the-risk-posed-by-non-vaccinated-individuals/
- Pollack, FP. Et al. Safety and Efficacy of the BNT162b2 mRNA Covid-19 Vaccine https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/33301246/
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- Riemersma, KK. Et al. Shedding of Infectious SARS-CoV-2 Despite Vaccination. August 24, 2021
- Classen, JB. US COVID-19 Vaccines Proven to Cause More Harm than Good Based on Pivotal Clinical Trial Data Analyzed Using the Proper Scientific Endpoint, “All Cause Severe Morbidity”. Trends Int Med. 2021; 1(1): 1-6.
- Vogel G. et al. American Association for the Advancement of Science.
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- Summary statement – A study published in NEJM in June, 2021 declares COVID-19 vaccines as safe during pregnancy. Further revisions of this study and article published in November, 2021 demonstrate the limitations and errors of this study and show the high rate of spontaneous abortions in women exposed to the vaccine during their first trimester of pregnancy.
- Shimabukuro TT, Kim SY, Myers TR, et al. 2021. Preliminary findings of mRNA Covid-19 vaccine safety in pregnant persons. New England Journal of Medicine 384(24): 2273–82. https://www.nejm.org/doi/full/10.1056/nejmoa2104983
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Natural immunity vs. vaccine-induced immunity:
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- AD Redd et al. CD8+ T cell responses in COVID-19 convalescent individuals target conserved epitopes from multiple prominent SARS-CoV-2 circulating variants. Open Forum Infectious Diseases DOI: 10.1093/ofid/ofab143 (2021).
- Bonifacius, A. et al. COVID-19 immune signatures reveal stable antiviral T cell function despite declining humoral responses. Immunity. 54, 340-354, 2021. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.immuni.2021.01.008
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- Le Bert, N. et al. Different pattern of pre-existing SARS-COV-2 specific T cell immunity in SARS-recovered and uninfected individuals. (2020). https://doi.org/10.1101/2020.05.26.115832
- Tarke A. et al. Comprehensive analysis of T cell immunodominance and immunoprevalence of SARS-CoV-2 epitopes in COVID-19 cases. Cell Reports Medicine 2, February 16, 2021. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/33521695/
- Swadling, L. et al. Pre-existing polymerase-specific T cells expand in abortive seronegative SARS-CoV-2. Nature (2021). https://www.nature.com/articles/s41586-021-04186-8
Therapeutic protocols and interventions in COVID-19 therapy:
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- McCullough PA, Kelly RJ, Ruocco G, et al. Pathophysiological Basis and Rationale for Early Outpatient Treatment of SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19) Infection. Am J Med. 2021;134(1):16-22. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7410805/
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- Fleming RM, Fleming MR. Is there a treatment for SARS-CoV-2? Quantitative Nuclear Imaging finds Treatments for SARS-CoV-2.. Research Square; 2020. DOI: 10.21203/rs.3.rs-106988/v1.
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- FMTVDM Quantitative Nuclear Imaging finds Three Treatments for SARS-CoV-2 https://21a86421-c3e0-461b-83c2-cfe4628dfadc.filesusr.com/ugd/659775_b4c5bf3999d24be7ae9de81f472ad304.pdf
- The I-MASK+ Early Outpatient Treatment Protocol for COVID-19: https://covid19criticalcare.com/i-mask-prophylaxis-treatment-protocol/i-mask-protocol-translations/
- Zelenko Early Treatment Protocol: https://bit.ly/drzc19protocol
- The Fleming Directed CoVid-19 Treatment Protocol (FMTVDM): http://c19protocols.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/fleming-protocol.pdf
- ICON Protocol – (Ivermectin in Covid Nineteen): https://bit.ly/35whlcK
- MATH+ Hospital Treatment Protocol https://covid19criticalcare.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/FLCCC_Alliance-MATHplus_Protocol_v6-2020-11-12-ENGLISH.pdf
- Budesonide-focused Treatment Protocol: https://secureservercdn.net/184.108.40.206/umz.e26.myftpupload.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/Full-Protocol_withOTC.pdf from https://budesonideworks.com/
- Prophylaxis and Treatment for COVID-19 in Nursing Homes https://covexit.com/prophylaxis-and-treatment-for-covid-19-in-nursing-homes-video-highlights/
- The following is the protocol Drs. Fareed and Tyson have jointly developed as most effective for their COVID-19 patients: https://www.thedesertreview.com/news/dr-george-fareed-and-dr-brian-tyson-share-hcq-protocol/article_7728815e-3ca2-11eb-8a08-7b4b0156c181.html
- The Medical Letter on Drugs and Therapeutics Treatments considered for COVID-19 https://secure.medicalletter.org/downloads/1595e_table.pdf
- A Guide to Home-Based COVID Treatment. An educational resource from The Association of American Physicians and Surgeons (AAPSonline.org) https://aapsonline.org/CovidPatientTreatmentGuide.pdf
The PCR test:
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The risk of COVID-19 in children:
No increased paediatric COVID mortality
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COVID is a mild disease in children
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Maternal and Neonatal systemic review and meta-analysis
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Children with disabilities in the United States and the COVID-19 pandemic
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Children with other diseases and COVID
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Rare Multisystem inflammatory syndrome in children and SARS-CoV-2
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Overreporting and exaggeration of COVID-19 deaths in hospital:
- Vital Statistics Reporting Guidance. Guidance for Certifying Deaths Due to Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID–19). Report No. 3. April 2020. https://www.cdc.gov/nchs/data/nvss/vsrg/vsrg03-508.pdf
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The global lockdown of communities, isolating healthy individuals, curfew, social distancing, and mask mandates have shown to not proven effective against the risk and benefit of COVID infection.
- AIER (American Institute of Economic Research). Lockdowns Do Not Control the Coronavirus: The Evidence. https://www.aier.org/article/lockdowns-do-not-control-the-coronavirus-the-evidence/
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