Re: Covid-19: politicisation, “corruption,” and suppression of science
Congratulations on your excellent article drawing attention to how corruption and influence is ruining open discussion, which applies not only to the field of medicine but also climate and ecological sciences.
You ask how might science be safeguarded in these exceptional times? This is a very important question but with regard to the current Covid crisis, the runaway express train of criminally corrupt science has already left the station and reached its destination. The only sensible response therefore is to seek legal redress through the courts.
The German 'Stiftung Corona Ausschuss’ (An extra-parliamentary committee of lawyers investigating the Corona Crisis) has been gathering evidence on the individuals and organisations responsible for the falsification of the the PCR test, which has been the main driver for government policy measures from the very beginning of this health emergency. The falsification of the test, starting with a protocol originally designed in Germany and then exported worldwide is considered by the inquiry to be a case of criminality which has resulted in damages to individual and businesses world wide.
Last week, two UK scientists Dr. Mike Yeadon (a former CSO at Pfizer company) and Dr. Clare Craig (an NHS pathologist) gave their evidence concerning the UK’s Testing programme to the Corona Committee.
The video of this can be seen on YouTube:
Livestream Sitzung 27 - Ein Rundumschlag. 13 November 2020. OVALmedia in English.
Questions and evidence are in English.
I hope that the UK will follow the German lead and pursue the criminals who have corrupted science for their own benefit.
Competing interests: No competing interests