Russian Anti-Mandate Doctor: “We Are Led by Amateurs at the Direction of Our Enemies”
"Why were the decisive factor in determining our strategy the communiques of the WHO, funded by our probable strategic adversary?"
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On Sunday your humble Moscow correspondent attended the Doctors For Truth conference in the Russian capital.
It was a very “whitepilling” experience. We met many living heroes. It is now infinitely clear to us that the Russians will not go quietly into the QR-coded night.
Dr. Alexander Redko:
So far, not a single scientific journal has published the results of the third phase of clinical trials of Sputnik V—all refer only to preliminary data. […]
Why did it happen that the decisive factor in determining the strategy for combating COVID was for us the circulars of the World Health Organization, funded by our probable strategic adversary?
Only on the basis of moral principles can a strong Russia be built and maintained. But is our government busy with this? The reasons for rejecting morality lie in the lack of education and individual modesty of officials. Our main trouble is not coronavirus, but the fact that we are being led by amateurs at the direction of our enemies.
We propose to create an international movement of moral solidarity, we need to unite people all over the world from the very bottom. And the foundation of the future society should in fact be our medical principle ‘do not harm yourself and others.’
Another excerpt from Katyusha:
Dr. Vladislav Rybachenko described specific cases of death of people shortly after revaccination by Sputnik Light in his native Murmansk region, noting that there are many such cases and the course of the disease in the dead suggests “vaccine-associated COVID”. These cases in hospitals are not investigated or interpreted as consequences of vaccination.
“Vector vaccine” Sputnik Light “has the ability to develop an antibody-dependent increase in infection in humans. Vaccine developers must provide evidence of vaccine safety at the preclinical stage of research,” Rybalchenko summed up.
Read the full report from Katyusha. And then e-mail them and say spasibo.
By the way, some encouraging news: the State Duma has withdrawn a bill that would have required QR codes for air and train passengers. This is good. But it’s not enough.
If QR codes remain in any form, it means they can be expanded at any time. It’s a slow boil strategy. Just need to wait for a “superspreader event” (wow, so many positive PCR tests!) blamed on a group of students partying on a long-distance train and bam, the bill is back.
Anything less than the full abolition of QR codes means defeat. Sorry, we don’t make the rules. That’s just how it is.
Source: Edward Slavsquat
Editor’s note: “Funny” how we live in a world where doctors against non-voluntary medicine are now a minority.