The Covid 19 class-action lawsuit filed by the office of German-American Göttingen based lawyer, Dr. Reiner Fuellmich, needs to be revisited. In the fall of last year, prior to the lockout from most internet platforms of data and analyses inconvenient to the Covid panic narrative, there was considerable discussion about and interest in Dr. Fuelmich’s ground-breaking legal action. It was to be undertaken against the World Health Organization and several other major players (including Dr. Christian Drosten, the German government’s favorite virologist from Berlin’s Charité University, associated with the hospital by the same name of Navalny fame) for involvement in the staging the world-wide crisis. The submission charges the defendants with a panoply of broadly conceived crimes against humanity. For the pedantic minded, it should be pointed out that this is just the general thrust of the lawsuit, clearly designed to evoke shades of Nuremberg. But in addition to the criminal law dimension, it also features pronounced tort (civil wrong) elements.
Dr Fuellmich’s class action, in essence, is based on the following issues:
“One: is there a corona pandemic, or is there only a PCR test pandemic, specifically, does a positive PCR test result mean that the person tested is infected with COVID-19, or does it mean absolutely nothing, in connection with the COVID-19 infection;
“Two, do the so-called anti-corona measures, such as the lockdowns, facemasks, social distancing, and quarantine regulations serve to protect the world’s population from corona, or do they serve only to make people panic, so they believe without asking any questions, that their lives are in danger, so that in the end, the pharmaceutical and technology companies can generate huge profits from the sale of PCR tests, antigen and antibody tests and vaccines, as well as the harvesting of our genetic fingerprints; and
“Three, is it true that the German government was extensively lobbied, more so than any other government, by the chief protagonists of the so-called corona pandemic? Germany is known as a particularly disciplined country and was therefore to become a role model for the rest of the world, for its strict, and therefore, successful adherence to the corona measures.”
Most of those who have had to endure house arrest and other rigors of the “war on Corona” over the last year or so, and who justifiably feel that they were collateral damage in this crisis, will agree readily that these incisive questions make eminent sense and ought to be adjudicated without delay. Regrettably, Dr. Fuellmich’s eloquent rationale for his legal initiative has been largely fact-checked off the internet. His approximately hour-long exposition setting forth the legal grounds for the class-action suit was quashed by YouTube in both its French and Spanish versions, a touching gesture to spare intellectually vulnerable minds in those rather large language zones from being confused by unchecked facts. Miraculously, the English-language version, oddly equipped with Spanish subtitles, survives fact-checking scrutiny to this day and may still be seen before inevitable removal if one is quick on the draw to click on it.
There seems to be plenty of prima facie evidence to support Dr. Fuellmich’s case. The virtual disappearance of the flu (from official reporting anyway) may corroborate Dr. Fuellmich’s thesis that its patients have simply been reclassified as Covid victims. The fact that apparently the German government had hired (or “enticed”) scientists to come out in support of its self-serving Covid narrative certainly suggests a PR dimension not commonly found in public health discussions. The statistically overwhelming presence of comorbidities in Covid attributed deaths raises legitimate questions of the true cause of most lethal outcomes. Strangely for such a huge threat to public health, it turns out that CDC (Center for Desease Control in Georgia) itself admits its inability to isolate the virus which is causing such huge global havoc. As for the PCR test, setting aside the irrelevant controversy of whether or not its inventor Kary Mullis really said that it was useless as a Covid 19 diagnostic tool, it is scientifically undisputed that it generates false positive results, depending on how cycle thresholds have been set. Whatever its status as a diagnostic tool, the fact that the PCR test can be calibrated to produce the desired volume of positives, generating panic and justifying further restrictive measures, would certainly make it a political tool par excellence.
Widespread scepticism in professional circles about the rationale and efficacy of Covid 19 prevention measures should certainly give pause to critical minds. As for aggressively promoted vaccine treatments, former Pfizer Vice-President Dr. Michael Yeadon’s publicly distrusts the Pfizer vaccine, produced by the pharmaceutical company he used to work for. Regarding the British government’s anti-pandemic strategy Yeadon was plainly echoing Dr. Fuellmich’s sentiments when tweeting “I Have Read The Consultation Document. I’ve Rarely Been As Shocked And Upset. I Believe Recipients Are Being Misled To A Criminal Extent.” Disturbing post-vaccination death and side-effect statistics (also here and here) certainly seem to bear him out. Not to be overlooked, there was a mass adverse reaction after forced Pfizer vaccination on January 3, 2021, at Berlin’s Bethanien Havelgarten retirement home, involving 31 seniors (13 died within days and most of the rest had serious side-effects). They were inoculated without informed consent by uniformed Bundeswher soldiers brought to the facility for that specific purpose. The tragedy would probably have gone unnoticed if a whistle-blower on the staff had not informed Dr. Fuellmich’s office of it, which promptly filed criminal complaints the legal outcome of which remain to be seen.
Need we expand on the above by adding that judicial precedents, for whatever they are worth, have already been set in at least two jurisdictions? A Portuguese appeals court has ruled that the PCR test is not reliable for diagnosing Covid and that, therefore, any enforced quarantine based on such test results is unlawful. The Peruvian court, while denouncing what it found to be a contrived pandemic for “hindering … all economic, social and cultural activities, including in our country,” laid the responsibility for organizing the global chaos squarely at the feet of the world’s principal plutocrats, whom it did not shy from explicitly naming in its judgment.
To simple minds it would seem that with massive circumstantial evidence, and even a few court judgments, favouring him, Dr. Fuellmich should expect smooth sailing through the judicial system for his class-action lawsuit. But alas, that would be an overconfident assessment, unfortunately. With all the facts and cogent arguments marshalled at his disposal, in today’s post-everything normal and decent world, Dr. Fuellmich will still need, as the title suggests, a massive amount of luck, much more than any tool from the arsenal of his legal profession. If a sitting President of the United States failed to obtain a proper court hearing for his grievances, what hope of doing better could a mere lawyer and the multitude of aggrieved “little people” who are his clients realistically harbour?
But God bless and good luck to them, anyway.