WORLD DOCTORS ALLIANCE Doctors For Truth: Tens Of Thousands Medical Professionals Suing And Calling For End To COVID Tyranny

Tens of thousands, and perhaps now even hundreds of thousands of doctors, nurses, and many other medical professionals worldwide are taking action to combat the misinformation being propagated by governments and government-controlled media that continue to publish false propaganda regarding COVID.

The vast majority of medical professionals worldwide now seem to agree that the COVID “pandemic” and the government actions still being implemented in response to COVID are causing much more harm than COVID itself.

Doctors For Truth Tens Of Thousands Medical Professionals Suing And Calling For End To Covid Tyranny

Almost all of these doctors and medical professionals now seem to agree that COVID is no worse than a typical flu season, and the main test being used to supposedly test for COVID, the PCR Test, is not reliable.

The main question left, and indeed perhaps the question from which the answer may very well determine the future fate of our planet, is will enough people in the general public stop believing the lies their government and the corporate media continue to broadcast, using bureaucratic “doctors” who are only “doctors” in name and are instead politicians who hang letters before and after their names (Dr. – MD) to try and give them credibility, but never actually examine real patients nor practice medicine, and instead look elsewhere to find out the truth, particularly from the REAL doctors and medical professionals who have all now figured out that COVID is nothing worth shutting down society over and implementing a New World Order?

These doctors and medical professionals are fighting censorship and ridicule from the ruling classes, the corporate media, and the Big Tech Social Media giants.

COVID is, first and foremost, an INFORMATION WAR, and unless Americans can learn how to turn off their cable news programs with their BILLIONS in funding, mainly from Big Pharma, and take the time to research the issues for themselves, the Globalists will unleash their vaccines and other untested products while also causing social unrest in their effort to implement their New World Order.

The Great Barrington Declaration

Earlier this month (October, 2020), three of the world’s most renowned doctors, Dr. Martin Kulldorff, Harvard Medical School Professor, Dr. Sunetra Gupta, Oxford University Epidemiology Professor, and Dr. Jayanta Bhattacharya, Stanford Epidemiology Professor, authored the Great Barrington Declaration.

Since its publication, at the time of writing of this article, it has been signed by 29,202 Medical Practitioners, 10,576 Medical & Public Health Scientists, and 532,027 Concerned Citizens.

Here is the Declaration:

The Great Barrington Declaration – As infectious disease epidemiologists and public health scientists we have grave concerns about the damaging physical and mental health impacts of the prevailing COVID-19 policies, and recommend an approach we call Focused Protection.

Coming from both the left and right, and around the world, we have devoted our careers to protecting people.

Current lockdown policies are producing devastating effects on short and long-term public health.

The results (to name a few) include lower childhood vaccination rates, worsening cardiovascular disease outcomes, fewer cancer screenings and deteriorating mental health – leading to greater excess mortality in years to come, with the working class and younger members of society carrying the heaviest burden. Keeping students out of school is a grave injustice.

Keeping these measures in place until a vaccine is available will cause irreparable damage, with the underprivileged disproportionately harmed.

Fortunately, our understanding of the virus is growing. We know that vulnerability to death from COVID-19 is more than a thousand-fold higher in the old and infirm than the young.

Indeed, for children, COVID-19 is less dangerous than many other harms, including influenza.

As immunity builds in the population, the risk of infection to all – including the vulnerable – falls.

We know that all populations will eventually reach herd immunity – i.e. the point at which the rate of new infections is stable – and that this can be assisted by (but is not dependent upon) a vaccine.

Our goal should therefore be to minimize mortality and social harm until we reach herd immunity.

The most compassionate approach that balances the risks and benefits of reaching herd immunity, is to allow those who are at minimal risk of death to live their lives normally to build up immunity to the virus through natural infection, while better protecting those who are at highest risk. We call this Focused Protection.

Adopting measures to protect the vulnerable should be the central aim of public health responses to COVID-19.

By way of example, nursing homes should use staff with acquired immunity and perform frequent PCR testing of other staff and all visitors.

Staff rotation should be minimized. Retired people living at home should have groceries and other essentials delivered to their home. When possible, they should meet family members outside rather than inside.

A comprehensive and detailed list of measures, including approaches to multi-generational households, can be implemented, and is well within the scope and capability of public health professionals.

Those who are not vulnerable should immediately be allowed to resume life as normal.

Simple hygiene measures, such as hand washing and staying home when sick should be practiced by everyone to reduce the herd immunity threshold.

Schools and universities should be open for in-person teaching. Extracurricular activities, such as sports, should be resumed. Young low-risk adults should work normally, rather than from home.

Restaurants and other businesses should open. Arts, music, sport and other cultural activities should resume.

People who are more at risk may participate if they wish, while society as a whole enjoys the protection conferred upon the vulnerable by those who have built up herd immunity.

Doctors For Truth Sues The Netherlands

Doctors For Truth Sues The Netherlands

Dr. Elke De Klerk, the founder of Doctors for Truth in the Netherlands, recently appeared with several other doctors from various nations to announce that they were suing the Netherlands for their actions related to COVID which they say has caused great harm.

Dr. Klerk commented:

I want to state that we do not have a medical pandemic or epidemic. We also state that COVID-19 should not be on list A for any longer, because we now know that it is a normal flu virus.

We are also starting a lawsuit to the State of the Netherlands to bring this in with a large group of doctors and a really large group of nurses also, because we have contact with 87,000 nurses that do not want the vaccine that is being prepared for us.

The panic is caused by these false positive PCR tests. 89 to 94% of these PCR tests are false positive. They don’t test for the COVID-19.

Medical doctors need to stop looking at those tests. Let’s go back to the clinics and the facts.

Listen to the comments of Dr. Klerk:

There are many more of these “Doctors for Truth” around the world.

According to Dr. James Fetzer of Principia Scientific International, there are over 500 medical doctors in Germany called ‘Doctors for Information’ who made a shocking statement during a national press conference recently and stated:

‘The Corona panic is a play. It’s a scam. A swindle. It’s high time we understood that we’re in the midst of a global crime.’

According to Dr. Fetzer:

This large group of medical experts publishes a medical newspaper on 500,000 copies every week, to inform the public about the massive misinformation in the mainstream media.

They also organize mass protests in Europe, like the one on August 29, 2020 where 12 million people signed up and several millions actually showed up.

Why do these 500+ medical doctors say the pandemic is a global crime? What do they know, that we don’t?

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Dr. Fetzer also stated that in Spain, a group of 600 medical doctors, also called ‘Doctors for Truth’, made a similar statement as the German doctors did during a press conference.

He goes on to write:

Germany and Spain are just two examples. Similar large groups of hundreds of medical experts exist in countries across the world.

In the USA a documentary called PLANDEMIC, which exposes COVID-19 as a criminal operation, is supported by over 27,000 medical doctors!

Why are these thousands of medical professionals worldwide saying the pandemic is a crime? What information do they have access to, that we are not getting from the mainstream media?

I invite you to look at the following facts with an open mind and then come to your own conclusions…

Read the full article here.

When Will Americans Stop Listening To Anthony Fauci And Other Career Political “Doctors” Who Do NOT Even Treat Patients?

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Here in the U.S., the Frontline Doctors have exposed the criminal behavior of Anthony Fauci, a career politician who wears the title “Dr.” and his efforts to discredit hydroxychloroquine, which hundreds of doctors have testified to curing COVID patients in conjunction with zinc and an antibiotic.

Many of these doctors report a 100% cure rate of COVID patients using this FDA approved drug and the COVID protocol.

Even President Trump has removed Fauci from his Coronavirus task force, but he is still given plenty of air time in the corporate media.

I am NOT exaggerating when I state that Anthony Fauci should be arrested on sight, tried in a court of law by a jury of his peers, and if found guilty of mass murder, he should be sentenced to the death penalty.

And yet, this is the man the corporate media mainly uses to convince the American public to obey all the tyrannical COVID mandates that have destroyed our economy, killed millions worldwide, harmed and terrorized most of our children for life by forcing them to wear masks and not congregate in schools or other public places.

Will America ever wake up and turn off the propaganda mind-control devices in their homes called “televisions”?

Will the American public ever come to realize that the national election for President of the United States is nothing more than a media circus show to divert their attention from the real problems facing our nation right now, and that neither candidate has solutions, or even if they did, they are powerless to implement them because they are BOTH part of the same cesspool called the “swamp?”

Joe Biden is a career politician who has done nothing in his career to solve any of these problems, and it appears now that his son is being exposed as being a pedophile with also a very corrupt history.

President Trump, on the other hand, is part of the Wall Street Billionaires that actually run the country, and he has done more to transfer America’s wealth to his buddies in Big Pharma than probably all the previous administrations put together.

America’s politicians are part of the problem, NOT the solution!

The only hope for America at this point, is Americans. The issues facing us are moral issues, and the battle is not between political ideologies, but the eternal battle between good and evil.

If Americans want to save their nation, they need to be saved themselves first, because no political system will work without a moral population; a moral population who starts resisting evil!

Social vs. Physical Distancing: Why It Matters

Psychology Today

used with permission Lisa Langhammer

By Amy Banks, MD

To protect ourselves, our families, and our communities from the devastation of the coronavirus health experts are strongly encouraging everyone to “socially distance” — to stay 6-10 feet away from other people.

I am concerned — not by the strategy but by the way people are enacting it. The few times I have ventured out to a grocery store or for a walk around my neighborhood, I’ve seen people not only keeping distant from one another but also seeming afraid. They pass each other on the street or in a store without looking at each other or exchanging greetings.

It’s as if we were each locked in a personal bubble that no one can enter. The threat of COVID-19 and the stress it induces can understandably cause individuals to become terrified and myopic — to turn inward in an attempt to stay safe. While a week of that may be more stressful to some than others, months of this type of social isolation is dangerous. Research clearly shows us that our physical and emotional health and well-being are dependent on loving relationships and physical touch. To weather this pandemic, we need one another.

Weeks ago, my colleague and friend, Roseann Adams, LCSW, recognized that the national strategy of social distancing was a double-edged sword. She identified that social distancing can be a threat to all of us as it leads some people to socially isolate potentially causing further stress and, over the long haul, impairing our bodies’ immune system. In fact, strict social distancing may set us up for other illnesses.

Within the first few days, she was encouraging people to physically distance with social connection. Differentiating physical distance from social distance acknowledges the virus’s malignant ability to be transmitted from person to person but also acknowledges that the virus has no power over our ability to support and nurture one another in this time of extraordinary threat.

Think about the power of social isolation in society. Solitary confinement is considered the worst punishment a human can receive. In fact, most civilized communities consider it a form of torture. The physical and emotional toll it takes over time includes a worsening of mental health issues, an increase in self-injurious behavior and even suicide.

Isolating individuals is perhaps the most common first step domestic abusers use to gain power and control over their victims. He or she begins to control who you can see, where you can go, what you can wear. When a person violates the rules set by the perpetrator the punishment is harsh and swift.

Social distancing, as it has been presented, can feel like that.  In fact, in my work with trauma survivors during this time, I have heard people describe feeling trapped and threatened again. That is not sustainable. Becoming socially isolated may keep the majority of us alive, but not well.

By naming the national strategy as physical distancing rather than social distancing and emphasizing the need for human connection we can stay safe from the virus but also hold onto the heightened need we all have for one another right now. Each of us needs an extra dose of being seen and held within our connections during this extraordinary time. Perhaps now more than ever we must be intentional about giving our neural pathways for connection a workout.

In fact, we need to go out of our way to make eye contact, wave, move, or loudly say “hello” from behind the mask. This gives our smart vagus nerve and our mirror neurons a workout. Literally, the sound of a friendly voice and seeing the eyebrows of another person raise in greeting stimulates your social engagement system, which in turn sends a signal to your stress response system to stand down. Those moments of interaction may make the difference in the long run as to how we, as a society, survive the pandemic. 

The human nervous system is amazingly adaptive. Our brains will adapt to social isolation over time, but the burden of stress the isolation causes will lead to long-term health problems. As a society we will not be well at the end of all of this — not because of COVID-19 but because of the message we take in that being with others can be dangerous.

That is why each of us must do our part to not only stay physically six feet apart and to wear masks but also to go out of our way on the street, in the grocery store, through FaceTime, Zoom, or whatever platform you can use to reach out to one another. We all must know that nurturing the relationships we have and reaching out to others who may be isolated is as essential to surviving the pandemic as physical distancing.

Let’s add another important directive to our national policy of containing the coronavirus — to reach out each day to three other people — to check in on them, simply hear their voice, or share the pain or joy of the day. This is a wider strategy to not only survive the pandemic but to keep our humanity alive.


“And I would like the delegates of Puerto Rico to convey my greetings, and those of all Cuba, to Pedro Albizu Campos. We would like you to convey to Pedro Albizu Campos our deep-felt respect, our recognition of the example he has shown with his valor, and our fraternal feelings as free men toward a man who is free, despite being in the dungeons of the so-called U.S. democracy.”
– Ché Guevara – Latin American Youth Congress, Havana, Cuba, July 28, 1960

“If you strike at, imprison, or kill us, out of our prisons or graves we will still evoke a spirit that will thwart you, and perhaps, raise a force that will destroy you! We defy you! Do your worst!”
– James Connolly

Pedro Albizu Campos was a legendary revolutionary figure who influenced some of the greatest and well know revolutionary figures and movements of the twentieth century like Fidel Castro, Che Guevara, Malcolm X, the Black Panthers, the Young Lords and the Weathermen. However very little is know about Albizu. In order to understand the influence Albizu had we need to understand what his philosophy was and how he came into those beliefs.

Albizu was born on September 12th of 1893, on the Caribbean coast of Puerto Rico in the city of Ponce. It was the end of the 18th century and a 400 year chapter in Puerto Rican history was coming to a close. In 1897 Albizu would have been four years old, and Puerto Rico was in the process of negotiating its complete autonomy from 400 years of Spanish colonial rule. A year later in 1898 the Spanish-American War broke out and the US began it’s invasion of Spanish forces in Puerto Rico. The initial US invasion was only a few miles from where Albizu was born in a town called Guanica. The invasion quickly ended Spanish colonial rule on the island nation… and almost quickly as Spanish colonialism came to an end it became the beginning of US colonial rule. This was the historical stage that Albizu was born into and the role he would go on to play would forever change the history of Puerto Rico, the US and the world.

Albizu was a gifted student and while he was in high school he was offered a scholarship to the University Of Vermont. He accepted and studied Engineering with an emphasis in Chemistry. Shortly after that he transferred to Harvard University. In 1914 he volunteered for the Army Reserve and was sent back to Puerto Rico as a second lieutenant to organize troops in Ponce. He was called back to the Army Reserve and assigned a post in the all Black 375th infantry, to serve in WWI. The racism he experienced in the 375th as an Afro-Puerto Rican made an indelible mark on Albizu. It was his experienced with racism in the 375th that led him to an understanding that began to percolate in his mind. Puerto Rico was a colony of the US and Puerto Rico needed to be free from US colonial rule.

Albizu In Blue by vagabond ©
Albizu In Blue by vagabond ©

In 1919 he returned to Harvard to study Law. He became the president of the Cosmopolitan Club at Harvard. It was through the club that he was introduced to the burgeoning independence movement in India through the guest lectures of Subha Chandras Bose who advocated for India’s independence through any and all means including the use of violence. Subha Chandras Bose was the counter balance to Gandhi’s non-violent approach towards gaining the independence of India from the British.

Albizu also met with the Indian poet Rabindranath Tagore who was a follower of Gandhi’s passive resistance who was on a tour giving speeches in support of independence for India. Albizu was chosen to debate Tagore at Harvard on his ideas of nationalism. Tagore believed in nationalism in cultural terms but feared that nationalism in political terms would eventually lead to a corruption in the form of a constant desire for power. Tagore’s views were based on the ideals of romantic idealism and the idea that there was an inherent love that existed within all things that could be used to tame nationalism’s desire for power. Albizu disagreed with this view and felt Tagore ideas on nationalism were much to esoteric for him. Albizu’s ideas on nationalism and the way to achieve it, were much more in line with the Irish Republican struggle.

Albizu was introduced to the struggle for Irish Republicanism through two Catholic priests. Father Rodes introduced him to the Catalan Philosopher Priest Jaime Balmes who believed that where Catholicism brought order to Europe, Protestantism was rebellious and brought revolt to Europe. Another Priest Father Ryan introduced Albizu to scholasticism which is a means of critical thought that placed a strong emphasis on dialectic thinking. Father Ryan brought all these ideas together in a tangible way that could be used as a means of nation building in the example of James Connolly.

James Connolly (Dublin)
James Connolly (Dublin)

Connolly devoted his life to the cause of Irish Independence. He was a devoted labor organizer and an internationalist. He was a working class intellectual man of action who founded the Irish Socialist Party and was an instrumental voice in the Internationalist Workers of the World labour union here in the US. He had a clear sense of class consciousness which came from his poverty-stricken upbringing and his study of Marxist thought. It was Connolly’s class consciousness that forced the Irish Volunteers, who he felt had no analysis of class to join Connolly’s own Irish Civilian Army in taking the fight to the British. That alliance along with the Irish Republican Brotherhood brought about the famous Easter Rising of 1916 that set Ireland on a course for home rule. Connolly was badly injured in the Easter Rising and when the British finally defeated the Irish, Connolly and many of the other Irish Republicans were executed. Eamon de Valera the Irish Republican who would eventually broker a deal for Home Rule in Ireland and fought alongside Connolly was spared and sent to prison.

De Valera escaped prison and came to the US to garner support for the Irish cause. Albizu had founded clubs in Boston in support of Irish independence. When De Valera came to Boston he was greeted by Albizu. In 1921 independence came to Southern Ireland and Albizu was asked by De Valera to consult on the Free Irish State Constitution. Although Albizu knew De Valera, Albizu’s thinking was more in line with James Connolly who saw the Home Rule that De Valera brokered with the splitting of Northern Ireland from the rest of Ireland as unsatisfactory to say the least.

It was Albizu’s reading of Jaime Balmes and his experience with how the Irish used their Catholicism to distinguish themselves in their struggle for freedom that drew Albizu to Catholicism. The US was a Protestant country and by aligning the struggle for Puerto Rico’s independence with Catholicism he was strengthening the distinction between the two cultures. James Connolly stressed the Catholicism of the Irish as a means of creating a clear cultural separation from the Protestant British. Albizu did the same. He stressed the Catholicism of Puerto Rico and the Protestantism of the US as a way of contrasting values. Values that the US was trying to eradicate in Puerto Rico.

In 1921 Albizu returned to Puerto Rico without his law degree due to a racist professor at Harvard who kept him from taking his final exams. In 1922 he married Laura Meneses, a Peruvian woman he’d met at Harvard. He then took and passed his final exams in Puerto Rico, finally earning his law degree from Harvard. At 30 years old Albizu had a Bachelor of Philosophy, a Masters in Industrial Chemistry and Civil Engineering from the University Of Vermont, a Doctorate Of Philosophy and Letters and a Doctorate of Laws from Harvard. He turned down many lucrative job offers to return to Puerto Rico and settled into a poor barrio in his home town Ponce known as La Cantera and began practicing law.

In 1924 he joined the Nationalist Party, a political party that advocated for the independence of Puerto Rico, and was voted vice president of the party. He traveled around Latin America garnering support for Puerto Rican independence. He went to Haiti where his interview with Haitian nationalists Pierre Paulie and Jolibois Fils became a part of Haitian history. He was well-known in the Dominican Republic, Nicaragua and Haiti for speaking out against US imperialism in El Nacionalista de Puerto Rico, the Puerto Rican Nationalist newspaper. Besides Haiti, the Dominican Republic and Nicaragua, Albizu traveled to Cuba, Mexico, Pananma, Peru and Venezuela. Albizu was a powerful orator and had a mind sharpened by his studies in philosophy and law. Albizu was placing the independence of Puerto Rico as continuity of the larger Latin American struggle with imperialism in the same way that James Connolly did placing the Irish independence movement within an internationalist framework.

In 1933 Albizu became heavily involved in labor issues in Puerto Rico. He led an island wide general strike against the Puerto Rico Railway Light And Power Company that paralyzed the island. The general strike launched Albizu onto a national stage in Puerto Rico. In 1934 sugar cane workers called for another general strike and came to Albizu to lead them in the strike. Albizu supported the sugar cane workers but declined a leadership role in the workers unions saying that they should be led by workers. The sugar cane workers strike was a huge success and it galvanized support for Albizu and the Nationalist Party in Puerto Rico.

James Connolly who was also a great defender of the working class organized strikes in Ireland and used those strikes to foster Irish Republicanism. The tactic worked for Connolly in Ireland and it worked for Albizu in Puerto Rico. As the labor movements were guided by these men into nationalist movements both men planned insurrections against their oppressors that would eventually take their lives. For Connolly it was the Easter Rising of 1916. For Albizu it was the Nationalist Insurrection of Jayuya in 1950 and the assassination attempt by Nationalists on President Truman.

Albizu and the Nationalists staged an insurrection in October of 1950 in the small mountain town of Jayuya. The rebellion failed but Albizu’s goal was not so much to take over the country in open warfare but to bring the world’s attention to the plight of US imperialism in Puerto Rico. In effect Albizu was trying to bring global attention to the hypocrisy of the US, as it fought wars for freedom it in other nations and at the same time denied the freedom of another nation. In November of 1950 an assassination attempt on President Truman by Oscar Collazo and Grisello Torresola put Albizu back in prison. Albizu had already served 10 years in prison already for seditious conspiracy to overthrow the US government and for the second time in his life he found that the fight for freedom, led him to a prison sentence of 80 years.

Albizu would be tortured in prison with radiation experiments and when his health deteriorated to certain death he was pardoned by Puerto Rican governor Luis Muñoz Marin in Novemeber of 1964. A few moths later in 1965 Albizu died. It was a prolonged agonizing end to a man who would not compromise his ideals in the face of death. Like James Connolly who was so badly wounded in the Easter Rising that he needed to be carried to the firing squad on a stretcher and tied to a chair to be shot because he could not stand, Albizu had given his life over to the struggle for freedom. The philosophy and example that James Connolly and Don Pedro Albizu Campos left behind for the rest of us struggling for freedom can best be summed up by Albizu…

“Courage is the only thing which permits a man to pass firmly and serenely over the shadows of death and when man passes serenely over the shadows of death, he enters into immortality.”