Physicians and medical scientists from various parts of the globe recently convened in Rome, Italy, for a Global COVID Summit earlier this month. The summit was held from September 12 to September 14. One of its attendees was Dr. Robert Malone, a prominent American virologist credited as the architect of the mRNA vaccine platform.
Besides touching points on COVID-19 research findings, particularly best practices in treatment and patient management, the three-day summit’s participants also discussed how policy-makers seemed to have messed up handling the whole affair.
Their discussion led to creating a declaration that accused the policy-makers of being guilty of “crimes against humanity.”
Dubbed as the “Physicians’ Declaration,” the said document is the printed manifestation of the regret and disapproval of a still growing number of doctors and scientists the world over, particularly on the seemingly deliberate prevention of medical professionals in terms of “providing life-saving treatments for their patients” and the suppression of “open scientific discussion.”
The declaration also criticized the simple one-track approach utilized to combat COVID-19, which only led to a more extensive transmission of the virus, not to mention the excessive death rates.
“Thousands of physicians are being prevented from providing treatment to their patients, as a result of barriers put up by pharmacies, hospitals, and public health agencies, rendering the vast majority of healthcare providers helpless to protect their patients in the face of disease” the declaration emphasized.
The declaration concluded with a not-so-poignant warning to policy-makers. “This is not medicine. This is not care. These policies may actually constitute crimes against humanity.”
The number of physicians, medical scientists, and other healthcare providers supporting the “Physicians’ Declaration” continues to grow. The declaration’s backers and supporters are expected to reach tens of thousands in the next few days.